Photo Exhibitions

Joachim Schmeisser: The Last of Their Kind

Joachim Schmeisser: The Last of Their Kind

From March 1st until April 25th and to celebrate the launch of the eponymous book, Echo Fine Arts is proud to present «The Last of Their Kind»: an online solo show featuring twenty-four large-format black and white animal portraits by German photographer Joachim Schmeisser. For years, the Hasselblad Masters winner has been photographing the last giants of Africa at close…
Gary Krueger: City of Angels, 1971-1980

Gary Krueger: City of Angels, 1971-1980

Joseph Bellows Gallery is pleased to present Gary Krueger’s City of Angels, 1971-1980, a collection of sometimes frenetic and often bizarre photographs of Los Angeles, California. Krueger’s curiosity and instincts helped to create a remarkable body of street photography that he describes as “split-second juxtapositions in life.” After graduating High School in 1963, Gary Krueger (1945 – ) drove his…
Kurt Markus: A Life in Photography

Kurt Markus: A Life in Photography

Kurt Markus was born in Montana in 1947 and lived there for most of his life until his recent move to Santa Fe. His deep western roots are reflected in his photographs. Among his varied subjects are landscape, dunes, fashion, travel, and portraiture, all of which are photographed with his unique and highly developed personal style. His photographs of present-day…
Mario Algaze: Focus

Mario Algaze: Focus

Mario Algaze’s family moved to Miami, Florida in 1960, at the age of thirteen. By his early twenties he knew his passion for photography would be his lifelong career. His approach as a photojournalist in his early years resulted in some well-known images of Latin American countries, he felt affinity with Argentina, Colombia, Perú, Guatemala, Cuba and more. His photographs…
Regina Schmeken: Black is White

Regina Schmeken: Black is White

Regina Schmeken is one of Germany‘s most famous artists. Her photographs will be on show at the Goethe-Institut Bordeaux from October 14th 2020 through February 5th 2021. The exhibition “Black is White” presents figures and forms from various scenes. The selection from the past 40 years, curated by Luise Holke and the artist herself, invites the visitor to discover the…
Laia Abril: A History of Misogyny, Chapter Two: On Rape

Laia Abril: A History of Misogyny, Chapter Two: On Rape

Spanish artist Laia abril (1986) won the fourteenth edition of the Foam Paul Huf Award this year with her long term project A History of Misogyny. This prize is organised by Foam and annually awarded to a talented young photographer, by an independent, international jury. It consists of a cash prize of €20,000 and a solo exhibition at Foam. The…
Robert Frank: Memories

Robert Frank: Memories

Robert Frank, who was born in Zurich in 1924 and died last year in Canada, is widely regarded as one of the most important photographers of our time. Over the course of decades, he has expanded the boundaries of photography and explored its narrative potential like no other. Robert Frank travelled thousands of miles between the American East and West…
Mark Ruwedel: Los Angeles

Mark Ruwedel: Los Angeles

Mark Ruwedel’s new exhibition at Large Glass is a selection of photographs taken from his in-progress epic Los Angeles: Landscapes of Four Ecologies, a work funded by a Guggenheim Fellowship awarded in 2014. At a time when predictions of climate catastrophe are becoming ever more frequent, these gelatin silver prints, hand printed and mounted by the artist, feel especially timely…
Stefan Moses: THE ANIMAL AND ITS HUMAN

Stefan Moses: THE ANIMAL AND ITS HUMAN

Anyone who observes Stefan Moses at work is suddenly drawn into the maelstrom of that quiet insistent madness with which a great photographer makes the living objects submissive, if not defenseless, to his desire. He smiles kindly. Many gentle, affirmative words create the deceptive impression of a conversation, as if the photographic victim still had a will of his own,…
Roger Ballen: THE PLACE OF THE MIND

Roger Ballen: THE PLACE OF THE MIND

Roger Ballen’s errily beautiful photographs are populated by outsiders, animals, and enigmatic objects. With his photographic stagings, which create a strange and perplexing atmosphere, Roger Ballen dives into the abysmal depths of the human psyche. Born in New York in 1950, Roger Ballen is one of the most important and influential international art photographers of today. For more than 40…
Sebastião Salgado: EXODUS

Sebastião Salgado: EXODUS

Sebastião Salgado. “EXODUS” is an exhibition that highlights how Salgado urgently campaigned for social justice and peace, and long before he gained wide public acclaim with his project “GENESIS” or the documentary, “The Salt of the Earth” (2014) by Wim Wenders. In the photographic series “EXODUS”, Salgado documents the dark side of the modern age: the ruthless exploitation of nature…
Matt Black: AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY

Matt Black: AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY

The American Magnum photographer Matt Black (*1970) has continually documented the connection between migration, poverty, agriculture, and the environment in his native California and in southern Mexico. For his project “AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY”, he traveled over 100,000 miles through 46 states, including California, Oregon, Louisiana, Tennessee, and New York. During his road trip, Black visited communities with a poverty rate of…
Louis Stettner: Early Joys

Louis Stettner: Early Joys

“What a life – between photography and fine arts, sculpture and panel painting, France and America. A life between countries and cultures, languages and sensitivities. Not that Louis Stettner couldn’t have made up his mind. But he probably needed this oscillation between the continents, the cities and disciplines in order to be able to re-enact life’s big questions over and…
Jasmine Swope: Our Ocean’s Edge

Jasmine Swope: Our Ocean’s Edge

Jasmine Swope’s black-and-white photography deftly captures the beautiful, otherworldly essence of California’s marine parks and our 1,100 mile long coastline. California made history with the creation of the nation’s first statewide system of ocean parks − a network of 124 Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) stretching from Oregon to the Mexico border. Like national parks on land, MPAs are magnificent in…
Jerry Bernd: BEAUTIFUL AMERICA

Jerry Bernd: BEAUTIFUL AMERICA

The American photographer Jerry Berndt (1943–2013) documented the period between the 1960s and 1980s in America like no other photographer. By combining photojournalism with documentary and street photography, he succeeded in presenting a unique view of American society over a span of thirty years. Precisely because Berndt was part of the American protest movement, he not only persuasively visualizes central…
Johny Pitts: Afropean: Travels in Black Europe

Johny Pitts: Afropean: Travels in Black Europe

In Afropean writer and photographer journalist Johny Pitts (Sheffield, UK) examines the life of black communities, travelling across Europe. In search of the “Afropean” identity he went across the continent travelling from London to Paris, via Brussels, Amsterdam, Berlin, Stockholm, Moscow, Rome, Marseille, Madrid and Lisbon sketching an underexposed story about the continent in words and images. He travelled to…
Art for the Community: The Met’s Circulating Textile Exhibitions, 1930–40

Art for the Community: The Met’s Circulating Textile Exhibitions, 1930–40

In honor of The Met’s 150th anniversary, Art for the Community will highlight a series of groundbreaking exhibitions organized by the Museum between 1933 and 1942. Almost a quarter of New York City’s population visited “Neighborhood Circulating Exhibitions,” which were developed in response to an inquiry from a Queens high school teacher. This remarkable initiative brought selections from the Museum’s…
Paul Jasmin: Lost Angeles

Paul Jasmin: Lost Angeles

It is with great pleasure that the Fahey/Klein Gallery announces the new exhibition dates for Paul Jasmin: Lost Angeles, a selection of works celebrating Jasmin’s long career and the gallery’s first exhibition by the legendary Los Angeles photographer. Paul Jasmin’s photographs are a dreamy tableau that takes the viewer on a journey of seductive beauty and erotic ennui. Lost Angeles…
Tom Zetterstrom: Moving Point of View

Tom Zetterstrom: Moving Point of View

Raising questions about established photographic realities, Tom Zetterstrom’s silver prints, made throughout the 1970s and 80s, synthesize traditional landscape photography with a cinematic sweep of motion. Shot from a car, a train, or airplane, the unique combination of elements that results – some adrift, some still – makes the viewer acutely aware of his lagging eyes and mind when confronted…
One Third of a Nation: The Photographs of the Farm Security Administration

One Third of a Nation: The Photographs of the Farm Security Administration

A tale of America, told through iconic photographs from the 1930s, is the subject of One Third of a Nation: The Photographs of the Farm Security Administration, which depicts the challenges impoverished families were enduring with photographs by Dorothea Lange, Walker Evans, and Gordon Parks, among others. Taken together, the exhibition demonstrate the extraordinary power of photography to define an…