Photo Exhibitions

Sebastião Salgado: Magnum Opus

Sebastião Salgado: Magnum Opus

MAGNUM OPUS” CONSISTS OF FIFTY SELECTED PHOTOGRAPHS REPRESENTING SEBASTIÃO SALGADO’S MAJOR WORKS OVER FIVE DECADES OF PHOTOGRAPHIC EXPEDITIONS AROUND THE WORLD. The images, a selection specially made by Sebastião Salgado and Lélia Wanick Salgado, include some from his two most recent series, Amazônia and Genesis, each the result of seven years’ work, as well as from older projects, such as…
Bernd & Hilla Becher at SFMOMA

Bernd & Hilla Becher at SFMOMA

The renowned German artists Bernd and Hilla Becher (1931–2007; 1934–2015) changed the course of late twentieth-century photography. Working as a rare artist couple, they focused on a single subject: the disappearing industrial architecture of Western Europe and North America that fueled the modern era. Their seemingly objective style recalled nineteenth- and early twentieth-century precedents but also resonated with the serial…
Klavdij Sluban: EAST TO EAST

Klavdij Sluban: EAST TO EAST

The exhibition “EAST TO EAST” presents a selection from the award-winning series by the Franco-Slovenian photographer Klavdij Sluban. Literature and travel are the basis of his poetic and magical black and white photographs. These journeys, starting in Paris, Klavdij Sluban’s adopted home, take him to the Balkans and along the Trans-Siberian route to China and Japan. For Klavdij Sluban, the…
Harry Benson: Four Stories

Harry Benson: Four Stories

Scottish born photojournalist Harry Benson CBE came to America with The Beatles in 1964 and in his words, “never looked back.” In the decades since, the award-winning photographer has demonstrated incredible range. He photographed Civil Rights marches and the Watts Riots, was on the scene when Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated, and covered conflicts in Kosovo, Bosnia, and the Gulf War. The…
Michael Kenna: Arbres

Michael Kenna: Arbres

Michael Kenna exhibition featuring selections by his long time assistant Mark Silva. The exhibition will include 20 photographs by Michael Kenna with a selection of images form his new book Arbres. Michael Kenna (born 1953) is an English photographer best known for his unusual Black and white landscapes featuring ethereal light achieved by photographing at dawn or at night with…
Nenad Samuilo Amodaj: Hoop and Ball Photographic Series

Nenad Samuilo Amodaj: Hoop and Ball Photographic Series

Amodaj created the Hoop and Ball series of photographs in June 2010 with dancer and author Shawnrey Notto. The photographs were based on an earlier series of drawings Nenad made of Notto wearing parts of the deconstructed wedding dress during his figure drawing study in Michael Markowitz’s 23rd Street studio in San Francisco. The hoop skirt serves as an augmentation…
Inge Morath: INGE MORATH HOMMAGE

Inge Morath: INGE MORATH HOMMAGE

Kunstfoyer is showing “INGE MORATH HOMAGE” to mark the 100th birthday of the famous Magnum photographer in collaboration with the Inge Morath Estate, curated by Anna-Patricia Kahn and Isabel Siben. Inge Morath (1923–2002) was born in Graz, Austria. Her parents were scientists whose work took them to different laboratories and universities in Europe during her childhood. Educated in French-speaking schools,…
Josef Koudelka: IKONAR. Archival Constellations

Josef Koudelka: IKONAR. Archival Constellations

As a first survey exhibition in Switzerland since 1977 devoted exclusively to the work of Josef Koudelka, the exhibition and accompanying book offer new insights into his career. In particular a part of his personal archive, namely the 30,000 35-mm contact sheets from 1960-2012, has been researched and presented. Ikonar is the nickname Josef Koudelka received from a group of…
Tony O’Shea: The Light of Day

Tony O’Shea: The Light of Day

Photo Museum Ireland is delighted to present The Light of Day – the first retrospective exhibition of acclaimed Irish artist Tony O’Shea. A legendary figure in the context of Irish photography, O’Shea’s work occupies a pivotal role in the history of documentary practice in Ireland. Curated and produced by Photo Museum Ireland, this retrospective exhibition brings together for the first…
Vivian Maier. Street Photographer

Vivian Maier. Street Photographer

The exhibition “Vivian Maier. Street Photographer” at Deutsche Börse’s headquarters, displays more than 140 works and provides a comprehensive insight into the extraordinary photographic work that the artist has created with a visual language that is both individual and timeless. The exhibition is a cooperation between diChroma photography, Madrid, and the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation. For more than four decades,…
D. J. Hinman: Bhaktapur Is Calling

D. J. Hinman: Bhaktapur Is Calling

Photographer D. J. Hinman will hold an exhibit entitled “Bhaktapur Is Calling” at Roonee Gallery in Tokyo on November 1-6, 2022. The exhibit features 48 black-and-white film photographs of the ancient city of Bhaktapur, Nepal. D. J. Hinman photographed neighborhoods in Bhaktapur repeatedly over a period of 4 years. The series goes beyond the designated historic district into the side…
Caleb Stein: Down by the Hudson

Caleb Stein: Down by the Hudson

ROSEGALLERY is pleased to present, Down by the Hudson, an exhibition of photographs by Caleb Stein. The show exhibits a selection of works from Stein’s ongoing project of the same name. Wappinger Creek is a 41.7-mile-long creek that connects the waters of Thompson Pond to the mouth of the Hudson River in Dutchess County, New York. Carved by the creek’s…
Allen Frame: Whereupon

Allen Frame: Whereupon

Following the success of Allen Frame’s book Fever, (color photographs of his friends in New York in 1981), Gitterman Gallery presents rarely seen, vintage black and white prints from the same period in his career. Frame came to New York in 1977 and began to photograph his friends in his apartment and theirs — intimately observed, unposed scenes that were…
Baldwin Lee at Howard Greenberg Gallery

Baldwin Lee at Howard Greenberg Gallery

In 1983, the photographer Baldwin Lee left his home in Knoxville, Tennessee, and set off on a road trip through the American South. He did not know what his subject would be, but during the trip, he found himself drawn to photographing Black Americans at home, at work and at play, in the street and amid nature. Over the next…
Rodrigo Valenzuela: Afterwork

Rodrigo Valenzuela: Afterwork

Asya Geisberg Gallery is proud to present “Afterwork”, the second exhibition at the gallery by Los Angeles-based Rodrigo Valenzuela. Recently the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, and a research fellowship at the Smithsonian Museum, Valenzuela has completed a photographic series based on the ghostly absence of workers in an indeterminate time and place, at once futuristic and harking back to…
Magnum Photos: The Misfits

Magnum Photos: The Misfits

“Magnum Photos. The Misfits” in the project room of the Helmut Newton Foundation is the second parallel exhibition to the extensive main exhibition “HOLLYWOOD” on the museum’s upper level. With “The Misfits”, we look back to an important era of major film productions. Arthur Miller’s play was filmed by John Huston in 1960 with a star-studded cast, and nearly all…
Jay Dusard: Cowboy with a Camera

Jay Dusard: Cowboy with a Camera

Etherton Gallery is excited to welcome visitors to see the work of one of the most influential photographers of the American West, Jay Dusard, in our new summer show, Jay Dusard: Cowboy with a Camera. Cowboy with a Camera features a selection of monumental scale, cowboy portraits most of which were made during 1980-1982. In 1981, Jay Dusard was awarded…
Tod Papageorge: “The Beaches 1975-1981”

Tod Papageorge: “The Beaches 1975-1981”

Danziger Gallery L.A. is pleased to present the first showing of Tod Papageorge’s photographs taken in the late seventies and early eighties of Los Angeles beachgoers. An early participant in the American school of street photography Tod Papageorge’s path has taken him from the streets of New York to the capitals of Europe, from black and white to color, and…
Josef Koudelka: Industries

Josef Koudelka: Industries

Josef Koudelka started using a camera in panoramic format in 1986 while participating in the photographic mission of the DATAR, whose objective was to “represent the French landscape of the 1980s”. He thus crisscrossed France, then the entire world, to take stock of modern humanity’s influence on the landscape. This exhibition gathers 40 panoramic photographs that bear witness to major…