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NeoRealismo: The New Image in Italy, 1932-1960

NeoRealismo: The New Image in Italy, 1932-1960

NeoRealismo: The New Image in Italy, 1932–1960 poignantly portrays life in Italy through the lens of photography before, during, and after World War II. As both a formal approach and a mindset, neorealism reached the height of its popularity in the 1950s. While the movement is primarily associated with cinematic and literary depictions of dire postwar conditions, this exhibition draws…
Jose Picayo: 25 Years of Polaroids

Jose Picayo: 25 Years of Polaroids

In this exhibition, Picayo seeks to revive the concept of unadulterated beauty captured as a single moment in time. An unapologetic user of film, Picayo prides himself on his avoidance of digital processing for personal work. When asked why it remains his preferred medium, Picayo answers, “Digital is so overpoweringly real; photography is more magical to me.” For Picayo, Polaroid…
Jungjin Lee: Opening

Jungjin Lee: Opening

The exhibition, which marks Lee’s second solo show with the gallery, is entitled Opening. A book of the same name with work from 2015 to 2016 was published by Nazraeli Press last year. Traveling to Arizona, New Mexico, and Canada, Lee captured abstract expanses of desert and mountain. Robert Frank has described her images as “landscapes without the human beast.”…
The New Beginning for Italian Photography: 1945-1965

The New Beginning for Italian Photography: 1945-1965

Through the lens of neorealism, The New Beginning for Italian Photography: 1945-1965 explores how photographers documented daily realities during the two decades after World War II. The exhibition at Howard Greenberg, a collaboration with Admira Photography Studio, is presented in conjunction with NeoRealismo: The New Image in Italy, 1932–1960, which opens in September in two exhibitions at New York University.…
Permanence and Change: Architectural Views

Permanence and Change: Architectural Views

The exhibition presents works of photography’s early masters, focusing on 19th century architectural views beginning in 1842 by William Henry Fox Talbot, Henri Le Secq, Gustave Le Gray, Felix Teynard, and Auguste Salzmann, among others. Felix Teynard (1817-1892) completed an extensive photographic survey of Egypt during the course of a voyage along the Nile in 1851-52. The exhibition features three…
Klea McKenna: Generation

Klea McKenna: Generation

This exhibition marks her first solo show in New York and the beginning of her representation by Gitterman Gallery. It is presented in association with Von Lintel Gallery in Los Angeles where McKenna will have a concurrent exhibition from September 7th through October 20th. The exhibition presents McKenna’s most recent work Generation alongside work from two of her previous series…
Heiko Sievers: 1980. In Berlin.

Heiko Sievers: 1980. In Berlin.

The West Berlin of the early 1980s is the subject of the photographs by Heiko Sievers, which show three things: unknown people on the way, something of the atmosphere of Berlin and the attitude of the author in this city. A limited world, marked by recent history, close and wide at the same time, and therefore a place of departure.…
Romain Tornay: White Road

Romain Tornay: White Road

I made this serie while crossing Iceland from north to south. I did it in April 2008 and April 2009. Is was not possible to cross in 2008 due to the bad weather so I walked the end of the trip the following year. I want to represent whith this serie of pictures how small is the man in this…
Sasha Gusov: The Bolshoi

Sasha Gusov: The Bolshoi

This beautiful and remarkable behind-the-scenes study of dancers, musicians and onlookers offers a social and narrative dimension to the everyday life at the legendary Bolshoi Ballet, through the lens of the acclaimed Russian photographer Sasha Gusov. In the words of Andrei Navrozov, Gusov’s photographs are lightning fissures, apertures, openings. They are neat as the bullet marks made in the moving…
Walter Bosshard, Robert Capa: The race for China

Walter Bosshard, Robert Capa: The race for China

Walter Bosshard (1892–1975) was the first Swiss photojournalist to become internationally famous as a result of his reportage. As early as 1930, his photo reports had already reached an audience of millions. From 1931, Bosshard concentrated on China.As a photographer and writer, he followed the devastating war with Japan and the power struggle between nationalists and communists, but also dedicated…
Benita Suchodrev: 48 Hours Blackpool

Benita Suchodrev: 48 Hours Blackpool

From sunrise to sunset, on the famous promenade and surrounding alleys in the resort town on the Irish Sea, the Russian-American-Berliner Benita Suchodrev lets life unfold before her camera. Relying on her intuition, during a couple of summer days the photographer documents her encounters with strangers. Her manner is daring and swift, always capturing the ‘decisive moment.’ Like all her…
Masao Yamamoto: Microcosm Macrocosm

Masao Yamamoto: Microcosm Macrocosm

The Japanese artist Yamamoto Masao first studied oil painting, before he discovered photography as his ideal medium due to its particular capacity to evoke memory. Yamamoto is known for his small-format silver gelatin prints, which he reworks through tinting, painting over them, or other manual interventions to the point that they take on the character od objects carrying reminiscences of…
Mouhamed Moustapha: The Existence

Mouhamed Moustapha: The Existence

My works are instinctive with an interesting mix of grit and finesse. Borne out of the stress of a corporate life that he formerly led, he tries to capture the hidden beauties and joys of quotidian daily life. Different elements and facets in his pictures convey the obvious, reveal the subtle and on other occasions leave the interpretation to the…
Toujours Paris at Peter Fetterman Gallery

Toujours Paris at Peter Fetterman Gallery

Using the French Humanist movement of the 1930s as its inspiration, Peter Fetterman Gallery is excited to announce its Toujours Paris exhibition featuring a curated collection of artists including Henri Cartier-Bresson, Louis Stettner, and Martine Franck, among others. French humanist photographers produced a new vision of the world that lived between realism and poetry, creating a movement focused on the…
Ute Mahler & Werner Mahler: ESSENCES – Photographs from four decades

Ute Mahler & Werner Mahler: ESSENCES – Photographs from four decades

As part of EMOP Berlin – European Month of Photography 2018, Galerie Springer Berlin is showing works by the photographers Ute Mahler and Werner Mahler for the first time and in doing so enriching the gallery’s programme. The comprehensive exhibition “Essences – Photography from four decades” includes works by Ute Mahler and Werner Mahler from various creative periods. The gallery…
Zhang Hai’er: Les filles

Zhang Hai’er: Les filles

Since the rise of modern feminism, and with increased urgency in the last half century as women have become familiar in new social roles, ‘the male gaze’ has been the subject of polemic debate. How should women be looked at? How should they be portrayed? How do they want to be seen? Why does the feminine body cleave to an…
Yannig Hedel: Quarter past twelve

Yannig Hedel: Quarter past twelve

Relentless street walker, Yannig Hedel (born in fRance, 1948) has been tracking the race of time on the urban architecture for 50 years, day after day, season after seasons, and offers us an extensive and coherent lifetime body of work. While everything around him is accelerating, Yannig Hedel takes his time. And more precisely, he takes photographs of time itself!…
Arun Nangla: The elephant in the room

Arun Nangla: The elephant in the room

Asian Elephant is endangered. There are 350.000 African Elephants in the wild. Asian elephants in the wild is less than 50.000. The deadly threat for Asian Elephants is habitat loss. Forests are shrinking due to human activities like intensive plantation, logging and overgrowing human population. This conflict between human and elephant is a no-win situation. Let’s talk about the elephant…
Elliott Erwitt: Icons

Elliott Erwitt: Icons

On the occasion of Elliott Erwitt’s 90th birthday, the Scuderie del Castello Visconteo in Pavia, Italy, will stage an exhibition of the Magnum photographer’s most iconic photographs. Seventy of Erwitt’s images will be displayed, charting a trajectory through the photographer’s practice and allowing the viewer a glimpse of his humanist eye and trademark dry wit. The exhibition includes his celebrity…
Resonance of Exile / Resonanz von Exil

Resonance of Exile / Resonanz von Exil

After the successful launch in 2017, the Museum der Moderne Salzburg’s exhibition series exploring the history of artists who experienced life in exile now continues with Resonance of Exile. Last year, the first presentation in the series shed light on the sharp discontinuities in the biographies and oeuvres of four women artists who were forced to leave their native countries.…