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Bruce Davidson: Subject: Contact

Bruce Davidson: Subject: Contact

BRUCE DAVIDSON, SUBJECT: CONTACT will present contact sheets in context with vintage prints from four seminal projects from the 1950s and ‘60s – Circus, Brooklyn Gang, Time of Change, and East 100th Street – illustrating Davidson’s connection to some of the 20th century’s most important social, cultural, and political moments. Poetic and profound, powerful and tender, Davidson’s work derives its…
George Platt Lynes: Portraits, Nudes, & Dance

George Platt Lynes: Portraits, Nudes, & Dance

Keith de Lellis Gallery showcases the portrait photography of noted fashion photographer and influential artist George Platt Lynes (American, 1907–1955) in its spring exhibition. Though largely concealed during his lifetime (or published under pseudonyms), Lynes’ male nude photographs are perhaps his most notable works today and inspired later artists such as Robert Mapplethorpe and Herb Ritts. Primarily self-taught, Lynes was…
Chris Killip: Skinningrove 1982 – 84

Chris Killip: Skinningrove 1982 – 84

The village of Skinningrove lies on the North-East coast of England, halfway between Middlesbrough and Whitby. Hidden in a steep valley it veers away from the main road and faces out onto the North Sea. Like a lot of tight-knit fishing communities it could be hostile to strangers, especially one with a camera. “Now Then” is the standard greeting in…
Fan Wu: My Land

Fan Wu: My Land

I love this land because it’s where I live. I often walking in the time tunnel, I look for news about this land inside my heart. Person and things here, as well as everything is filled with the familiar smell. So I haven’t any grand willingness to let the valuable of what I photographed more precious. I just want to…
Timothy Duffy: Super Spirit

Timothy Duffy: Super Spirit

A Gallery for Fine Photography is pleased to present, Super Spirit, a collection of twenty stunning pigment prints by contemporary artist Timothy Duffy. In this collaboration between photographer and artist, music and image meet around a history of struggle, adaptability, and creativity. It is this ethos that Duffy captures in his tintypes. The show will coincide with a solo exhibit…
Arkady Shaikhet, Boris Ignatovich, Alexander Rodchenko, Georgy Petrusov: Masters of 20th Century Soviet Avant-Garde Photography

Arkady Shaikhet, Boris Ignatovich, Alexander Rodchenko, Georgy Petrusov: Masters of 20th Century Soviet Avant-Garde Photography

Masters of Early 20th-Century Soviet Photography presents a rare selection of vintage gelatin-silver prints from the latter group, including work by such luminaries as Boris Ignatovich (1899-1976), Aleksandr Rodchenko (1891-1956), Arkady Shaikhet (1898-1959), and Georgy Petrusov (1903-1971). These artists reached the zenith of their careers immediately after the 1917 Russian Revolution, during a historic moment of creative freedom and development.…
Bart Krezolek: Child Inside

Bart Krezolek: Child Inside

‘Child Inside’ is a photographic exploration of the reality perceived by the child. The world on the borderline of realism and fantasy, truth and fiction. The little man is discovering the world, experiencing admiration, horror and surprise. Photographs are taking us onto a journey of an early childhood. They wake up dreams of the inner child, the child inside us,…
Han Nguyen – Nude Compositions

Han Nguyen – Nude Compositions

The exhibition will present a selection of Nguyen’s small-scale black and white photographs, which are comprised of varying layers of imagery that present the nude figure within a field of relating forms and tones, while referencing art history. Included in the exhibition will also be a large-scale color piece from the series. Nguyen’s delicate and transformative imagery investigates beauty, perception,…
Steve Geer: Discarded

Steve Geer: Discarded

In Chicago, behind the shops and restaurants, there are service alleys. These narrow canyons are lined with dumpsters which are filled each day and emptied each night. Sometimes discarded things spill out of the dumpsters and into the alley. There are plastic knives and forks and cups and cigarette lighters. There are disposable gloves in vast quantities, and packaging of…
Grzegorz Sikorski: Let there be light!

Grzegorz Sikorski: Let there be light!

Photography has always been Grzegorz Sikorski passion which over the years has turned into his profession and another source of income. As he admits, photographing people gives him a unique satisfaction of capturing facial expressions, gestures and feelings of models, not always professional, on a digital matrix. As a result, he specializes in portrait, beauty and fashion photography. In his…
Yamamoto Masao: Bonsai

Yamamoto Masao: Bonsai

Jackson Fine Art is excited to announce our spring exhibitions of new work by Masao Yamamoto and Carolyn Carr, two artists whose innovative interpretations of the cultivated landscape usher one of photography’s foundational subjects into the 21st century. Photography and florals have a rich history, with early artists depending on florals to communicate symbolism and convey beauty; Carr and Yamamoto,…
Svetlana Tarasova: Italy. Immersion

Svetlana Tarasova: Italy. Immersion

She is traveling to Italy – a beautiful country where new impressions, meetings and acquaintances are awaiting her. “It smells like sunshine here” is printed on her ticket. That’s exactly what she needs; there are too few sunny days in Russia in the end of October. Her first impressions of Italy are bright shop windows, busiest streets, stylish Italian women,…
Herb Ritts: The Rock Portraits

Herb Ritts: The Rock Portraits

Known for his elegant and minimalist work, photographer Herb Ritts (1952-2002) had a gift for turning stars into icons. See how he captured the likes of David Bowie, U2, Cher, Bruce Springsteen, Prince, Madonna, and many more—the world’s biggest music stars—and in the process, helped define their iconic status for generations of fans. Stage costumes and guitars from the Rock…
Olivier Robert: Huang Shan

Olivier Robert: Huang Shan

This series of photographs is part of a long-lasting project dedicated to the Yellow Mountain in China. The classical Chinese landscape painting has been an important source of inspiration in my photography for more than 20 years and has drastically affected the way I consider a landscape as a subject. My work consist in pushing the boundaries of photography to…
Florin Firimita: She Said / He Said

Florin Firimita: She Said / He Said

Dear Florin, You told me that you once thought that if you were to point your camera lens at a human being, you would somehow cause their disappearance. This thought makes me laugh because, I, being one of the subjects you often point your lens at, have at times only felt life through your lens. Although I never wish you…
Robert McCabe: Chronography

Robert McCabe: Chronography

On the occasion of the 180th anniversary of the Archaeological Society at Athens, an exhibition of photographs by Robert McCabe called “Chronography – An Exhibition for the 180th anniversary (1837-2017) of the Archaeological Society” is currently on at the Society’s headquarters at 22, Panepistimiou Street. It includes 53 black and white shots taken mainly in 1954-55 of regions that are…
Into the Light: The Music Photography of Jérôme Brunet

Into the Light: The Music Photography of Jérôme Brunet

In this stunning collection, Into the Light: The Photography of Jérôme Brunet, renowned music photographer Jérôme Brunet reflects on twenty years of photographing some of the world’s biggest musicians. Brunet got his start in the music world early, playing cello at four years old and continuing on to the guitar in his teens. His early passion for music translated easily…
Javiera Estrada: SALT + SEA

Javiera Estrada: SALT + SEA

SALT + SEAis a homologous study between the feminine form and the complex ecology of the ocean and it’s surrounding environment. Our planetary bodies of water are known to be affected by the lunar cycles. The changing moon is particularly associated with women because its regular twenty-eight day cycle so closely matches the cycle of menstruation, intertwining blood and water.…
Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing

Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing

Dorothea Lange (1895–1965) is widely recognized as one of the most important documentary photographers of the twentieth century. She was a prominent advocate of the medium’s power to effect change and used her camera as a political tool to expose what she saw as injustices and inequalities. Lange was also a formidable woman of remarkable vigor and resilience. Having overcome…
Alys Tomlinson: Ex-Voto

Alys Tomlinson: Ex-Voto

In Ex-Voto Alys Tomlinson explores Christian pilgrimage sites in Lourdes in France, Ballyvourney in Ireland and Grabarka in Poland. Shot on a large format 5×4 film camera, the works evoke stillness and reflect the mysterious, timeless quality present at these sites of great contemplation. The works in Ex-Voto encompass formal portraiture, large format landscape and small, detailed still-lifes of objects…