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Patrick Zachman: Memory trips

Patrick Zachman: Memory trips

A member of the prestigious Magnum agency since 1985, he also does numerous reports outside France. His activity thus leads him to South Africa for the release of Nelson Mandela; in Chile in the footsteps of former political prison camps; in Rwanda from where, six years after the genocide of the Tutsis, he brought back portraits of survivors. It was…
Bruce Davidson: The Way Back

Bruce Davidson: The Way Back

Selected by the acclaimed photographer from his vast archive, this exhibition will present previously unpublished work dating from 1957-1977. The photographs represent the arc of Davidson’s versatile career with individual images that were overlooked at the time. Some are from Davidson’s most well-known series—East 100th Street, a look at one Harlem block in 1966-68; Brooklyn Gang, which followed a group…
Mark Steinmetz: Summertime

Mark Steinmetz: Summertime

Summertime will feature a selection of gelatin silver prints from the artist’s upcoming, revised, and expanded book of the same title to be published later this year by Nazraeli Press. Taken between 1984 and 1991, the images in Summertime capture the light, emotion, and possibility of an endless summer day. In addition, images from the artist’s Summer Camp series will…
Avedon’s West

Avedon’s West

Spring 2023 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Richard Avedon, renowned fashion and portrait photographer. As part of a national celebration led by The Richard Avedon Foundation, the Carter is showcasing 13 works of art from the acclaimed project In the American West, which the Museum commissioned in 1979 and premiered in 1985. Over the course of six…
D. J. Hinman: Invisible Memories

D. J. Hinman: Invisible Memories

Photographer D. J. Hinman has created another series of black-and-white photographs that burrows deeply into the subconscious, into places rarely visited during waking hours, rather like his earlier series, A Hole in the Universe (Monovisions, Jan 27, 2023). This new series probes invisible memories, which when captured on film can evoke a reality that maybe never existed. These primarily are…
Lee Friedlander Framed by Joel Coen

Lee Friedlander Framed by Joel Coen

Luhring Augustine is pleased to announce Lee Friedlander Framed by Joel Coen, opening in our Chelsea location. Curated by the widely acclaimed filmmaker Joel Coen, the exhibition showcases approximately 45 of Friedlander’s photographs that span the range of his 60+ year career, bringing into the equation many lesser-known images. Rather than focusing on a single subject or period, Coen’s selection…
Eric Manigaud: Congo Océan

Eric Manigaud: Congo Océan

In his third solo exhibition at Gallery FIFTY ONE, French artist Éric Manigaud (°1971) presents the final piece of his intensive research into European colonial history. This show runs simultaneously with an exhibition at Galerie Sator in Paris. Belgian Congo being the subject in Paris and French Congo in Antwerp. Manigaud is interested in archival sources that often bear witness…
Jason Langer: Friends and Lovers

Jason Langer: Friends and Lovers

CLAMP is proud to present “Jason Langer | Friends and Lovers”—an exhibition of the artist’s photographs on view on the gallery’s mezzanine. Included in the exhibition are two photographs from his most recent monograph, Berlin, published by Kerber Verlag, as well as several photographs that were deemed too provocative for the book’s publication. The creation of “Friends and Lovers” and…
Alice Springs (June Newton): Retrospective

Alice Springs (June Newton): Retrospective

While major Alice Springs exhibitions were already hosted at HNF in 2010 and 2016, many of the photographs in this new retrospective have never been seen by the public. Extensive research into the foundation’s archives, particularly the holdings recently transferred to Berlin from the Newtons’ apartment in Monaco, has provided new insight into the work of Alice Springs. Now, some…
Ara Güler A Play of Light and Shadow

Ara Güler A Play of Light and Shadow

This summer, Foam is thrilled to unveil the exhibition A Play of Light and Shadow, a tribute to Ara Güler, one of Turkey’s most legendary photographers. His profound love for Istanbul and Turkey is evident from his evocative black and white photographs. The exhibition is a close collaboration between Foam, co-curator Ahmet Polat and the Ara Güler Museum. The exhibition…
Gösta Peterson: Fashion Photographs 1960s-1980s

Gösta Peterson: Fashion Photographs 1960s-1980s

For the first time since his death, an exhibition of fashion photographs from the 1960s and 1970s by the trailblazing photographer Gösta (Gus) Peterson will be presented. One of the most innovative and progressive fashion photographers of the 20th century, Peterson (Swedish-American, 1923-2017) is known for breaking barriers and challenging conventional approaches to fashion photography of the time. His playful,…
Be Who You Are: Portraits of Woodstock Artists by Harriet Tannin

Be Who You Are: Portraits of Woodstock Artists by Harriet Tannin

Tannin encouraged all her subjects to decide how they wished to be memorialized by her camera lens. At the conclusion of this project, Tannin returned to each photographed artist with two mounted prints: one for the participant to keep and one for them to sign—or, if they so desired, to add a simple thought in pencil to the front of…
Ann Treer: A Moment in New York

Ann Treer: A Moment in New York

It’s rare to come across an artist who has slipped into obscurity after gaining significant recognition. Such is the case for Ann Treer (also know as Agatha Reimann) a photographer of Hungarian descent who created a small but concise body of photographs during the 1950’s and 1960’s. Robert Mann Gallery is pleased to mount an exhibition of Treer’s beautiful and…
This Is Britain: Photographs from the 1970s and 1980s

This Is Britain: Photographs from the 1970s and 1980s

Britain experienced profound changes in the 1970s and 1980s, when it was racked by deindustrialization, urban uprisings, the controversial policies of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, and the Troubles in Northern Ireland. Photography became a central form of creative expression during this period, supported and disseminated through new schools, galleries, artists’ collectives, magazines, and government funding. This Is Britain brings together…
Zanele Muholi exhibition at MEP

Zanele Muholi exhibition at MEP

The MEP is proud to present the first retrospective in France dedicated to Zanele Muholi, the internationally renowned South African photographer and activist whose work documents and celebrates the Black LGBTQIA+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual+) community. This major event, which brings together more than 200 photographs and videos created since the early 2000s as well as numerous…
László Moholy-Nagy at Fotografiska Stockholm

László Moholy-Nagy at Fotografiska Stockholm

In collaboration with The Moholy-Nagy Foundation, Fotografiska Stockholm is pleased to present Light Play, an exhibition devoted to the photography and film practice of pioneering multidisciplinary artist László Moholy-Nagy (1895-1946). From formal experimentation to personal documentation, the 68 works in the show (including photography, photograms, photomontage, and moving image) collectively illuminate a novel side of an artist whose institutional spotlight…
Roger Deakins: Byways

Roger Deakins: Byways

The Hulett Collection is proud to present the second North American exhibition of acclaimed photographer and Academy Award winning filmmaker, Roger A. Deakins. Works on display will include photographs featured in Deakins’ monograph, Byways, as well as new, never-before-seen photographs. The exhibition will open to the public on March 4, 2023 with an opening reception with Roger and James Deakins…
Marsha Guggenheim: Without a Map

Marsha Guggenheim: Without a Map

How does one move through life with the scars of the past? When I was ten, my mother died unexpectedly from a heart attack. I couldn’t understand where she went or when she would return. Just as I began to comprehend this loss, my father died. I was without support from my family and community. I was lost. Without a…
Amanda Means: Leaves

Amanda Means: Leaves

Joseph Bellows Gallery is pleased to present an online exhibition of Amanda Means’ series, Leaves. These large-scale black and white camera-less photographs are delicately rendered through the artist’s unique image-making process and beautifully printed by the photographer, who is a master darkroom printer. Amanda Means (American, 1945 – ) received a BA from Cornell University in 1969 and an MFA…
Ellen von Unwerth: Bombshell

Ellen von Unwerth: Bombshell

The Fahey/Klein gallery is thrilled to present a selection of photographs from the queen of female sensuality, photographer Ellen von Unwerth. In her exhibition, “Bombshell”, the works on display revel in von Unwerth’s experimentation with archetypes and stereotypes that result in images that are spontaneous, playful, and alive. Ellen von Unwerth’s thirty-year storied career defined the aesthetic of the 90’s…