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Witho Worms: When You Look at a Landscape

Witho Worms: When You Look at a Landscape

L. Parker Stephenson Photographs is pleased to present When You Look at a Landscape…, its second exhibition with gallery artist Witho Worms. Photographed along the arctic coastline of Norway, the primeval, uninhabited panoramas of sea, glacier and mountain continue Worms’ fascination with the interplay between nature, vision and the camera. The images engage the infinitude of landscape with the limits…
Aenne Biermann: Intimacy with Things

Aenne Biermann: Intimacy with Things

Aenne Biermann (1898–1933) is one of the major names of 1920s and ’30s photography. In just seven years, this self-taught artist became a well-known figure in German avant-garde photography, taking part in all the major exhibitions. With around 130 photographs – made up of a core of works from the collections of Museum Folkwang and complemented by important loans –…
2020 Vision: Elliott Erwitt and Henri Cartier-Bresson, A tribute show to the greatest eyes

2020 Vision: Elliott Erwitt and Henri Cartier-Bresson, A tribute show to the greatest eyes

A Gallery for Fine Photography is pleased to open 2020 Vision, a collection of rare silver gelatin photographs. The exhibit will include ten photographs by Elliott Erwitt and ten photographs by Henri Cartier-Bresson. 2020 Vision will showcase these magnificent photographers side by side for the first time ever. Henri Cartier-Bresson Henri Cartier-Bresson was born on August 22, 1908 in Chanteloup,…
Ans Westra: Urban Drift: Aotearoa / New Zealand

Ans Westra: Urban Drift: Aotearoa / New Zealand

Ans Westra is responsible for the most comprehensive documentation of Māori culture over a 60 year period of significant political and cultural change in New Zealand. Regarded for their realism and spontaneity, Westra’s images bear witness to the post-war urban drift of historically rural Māori as they moved to urban areas and began living in a very different world, alongside…
Mandy Vahabzadeh: Photographs

Mandy Vahabzadeh: Photographs

Anita Rogers Gallery will present an exhibition of photographs by Mandy Vahabzadeh. The exhibition will include a selection of images from a period spanning almost thirty years, taken in India, Laos and Vietnam. Mandy Vahabzadeh is a Swiss American photographer of Persian origin residing in New York City. She attended Pratt Institute, Columbia University and Parsons School of Design. Her…
Dennis Hopper: In Dreams

Dennis Hopper: In Dreams

The Fahey/Klein Gallery is proud to present Dennis Hopper: In Dreams, an exhibition of works that connect Hopper’s role as an actor, husband, father and photographer. Our exhibition in conjunction with the newly published book of the same name (by Damiani Publications) affirms the restless energy and curiosity of Hopper’s eye, as well as his unique place in the culture…
Stephen Shames: Vintages

Stephen Shames: Vintages

For this first exhibition of the year, the Esther Woerdehoff Gallery is proud to present a selection of exclusive vintage prints by Stephen Shames, the renowned documentary photographer born in 1947. The young people that Stephen Shames photographed in the late 1970s, in the finest tradition of American documentary photography, were born poor in America, neglected by adults and institutions,…
Mitch Dobrowner at Catherine Couturier Gallery

Mitch Dobrowner at Catherine Couturier Gallery

Born and raised in Long Island, New York, Dobrowner began his photography career the moment his father gave him an old Argus rangefinder. At the age of twenty-one, he quit his job and toured the American Southwest, finding inspiration in the limitlessness of the natural landscapes and the photography of artists like Ansel Adams and Minor White. Since 2009, Dobrowner…
Emil Hoppe: Photographs from the Ballets Russes

Emil Hoppe: Photographs from the Ballets Russes

In the 1920s and 30s Emil Otto Hoppé (British, German-born, 1878–1972) was one of the most sought-after photographers in the world. Hoppé’s studio in South Kensington was a magnet for the rich and famous, and for years he actively led the global art scene on both sides of the Atlantic, making over thirty photographically-illustrated books, and establishing himself as a…
Veselin Atanasov: The busy train station

Veselin Atanasov: The busy train station

The busy train station of the Bangladesh capital, Dhaka, in early January just before Istema 2018 when people from all over the world coming to join on festival. At this festival coming so many people that the arriving trains are crowded and many passengers travel on the roofs of the trains and there is a great bustle at the station.…
Marcus Leatherdale: OUT OF THE SHADOWS

Marcus Leatherdale: OUT OF THE SHADOWS

Throckmorton Fine Art is pleased to announce a special show of portraits and photographs by the accomplished photographer Marcus Leatherdale. Taken from his new book, Marcus Leatherdale, OUT OF THE SHADOWS – Photographs New York City 1980-1992, (ACC Art Books) the show features dozens of black and white portraits and photographs of the celebrities and characters who peopled the often…
Arno Rafael Minkkinen: 50 Years

Arno Rafael Minkkinen: 50 Years

Celebrating fifty years since Minkkinen embarked on his epic exploration of the central theme of his nude body in nature, the exhibition illustrates his work’s continuous capacity for innovation and self-reflection. Relying purely on the primal abilities of his own body, Minkkinen contorts his limbs into gravity defying poses that often appear physically impossible. The artist never digitally manipulates his…
Vincent de WILDE d’ESTMAEL: Ads and Street Art in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Vincent de WILDE d’ESTMAEL: Ads and Street Art in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

This series of photographs taken on the streets of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, explore the unintentional interaction between the people caught in their daily activities and modern advertising boards or street art. Behind the humour of some situations, they point at social inequalities. The photographs emphasise the high contrast between modern and traditional life, Western and Asian perspectives, luxury and simplicity,…
Jessica Lange: Highway 61

Jessica Lange: Highway 61

Over the last seven years, Lange has revisited Highway 61 many times to photograph the historic route. Her photography series reveals the thoughtful and powerful connection Lange continues to maintain towards the people and places in this part of America. Lange has noted that “long stretches of 61 are empty, forlorn, as if in mourning for what has gone missing…
Michael Jang’s California

Michael Jang’s California

While Michael Jang has had a significant career as a professional portrait photographer, he has also been photographing people in the streets for over fifty years. As a student at California Institute of the Arts and the San Francisco Art Institute in the 1970s, he demonstrated an uncanny ability to capture both the idiosyncratic and the quintessential in a wide…
Marina Kazakova: The poetics of childhood

Marina Kazakova: The poetics of childhood

The concept of the series is expressed in a mental journey through intimate visions of private life showing how often stories that worth to be told are very close to us. The poetics of childhood: boundless sensuality, confidence and a huge need for love, perhaps more than in any other period of life. Marina Kazakova was born in Soviet Union…
Deck the Walls 2019

Deck the Walls 2019

Deck the Walls is an annual group exhibition of vintage and contemporary pieces that allows Catherine Couturier Gallery to showcase a variety of artists, prices, styles, and photographic mediums. Deck the Walls is expected to feature works by Robert Mapplethorpe, Horst P. Horst, and Robert Doisneau. Other exhibited artists will include Maggie Taylor, Joyce Tenneson, Kate Breakey, Kenny Braun, Susan…
Francesca Woodman: Portrait of a Reputation

Francesca Woodman: Portrait of a Reputation

Francesca Woodman took her first photograph at the age of the thirteen. From the time she was a teenager until her death at twenty-two, she produced a fascinating body of work exploring gender, representation, and sexuality by photographing her own body and those of her friends. Featuring approximately forty unique vintage prints, as well as notes, letters, postcards, and other…
Mohammad Rakibul Hasan: Salt

Mohammad Rakibul Hasan: Salt

Global warming seems to have more severe impact on certain countries than others because of the way it affects the world climate. An immediate effect of global warming is the increased natural disasters like storm surge and flood, while sea level rise is a slow, yet inevitable process. Bangladesh, the largest delta of the world is an obvious victim of…