Anders Petersen: Stockholm

Anders Petersen: Stockholm

Photographer Anders Petersen has spent four years documenting the people and urban spaces of Stockholm. The work is a unique document of our time, its hustle and bustle and tranquil spaces, its joy, sorrow and love. Following in a tradition…
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Dimitris Yeros: A Lesbos Diary

Dimitris Yeros: A Lesbos Diary

Throckmorton Fine Art is pleased to offer an exhibit of over forty black and white photographs and some color by Dimitris Yeros, one of the most influential Greek artists of his generation. The images span over thirty years of the…
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Hans-Christian Schink: 1h

Hans-Christian Schink: 1h

“1h” – One hour is the duration of Hans-Christian Schink’s gaze towards the sun, and the name of its pictorial representation through photography. He uses overexposures, called solarisations, which are only possible through analogue methods. The sun is rarely considered…
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Antanas Sutkus: Children

Antanas Sutkus: Children

This book takes us deep into Antanas Sutkus’ favorite motif as a photographer: children and their world. It is a theme he returned to again and again, presenting its myriad facets as well as the many interactions between the lives…
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PERCEPTIONS: People in American Photography

PERCEPTIONS: People in American Photography

The exhibition “PERCEPTIONS” features works by American photographers, which concern themselves with issues like human contact, corporeality, intimacy as well as fragility. The photographs explore problems of everyday topics and situations, the necessity of which are made clear to us…
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Michael Magers: Independent Mysteries

Michael Magers: Independent Mysteries

Photographs in which the documentary becomes poetry―that is one of Michael Magers’s trademarks. With his special eye for the unusual moment, the documentary photographer and journalist quickly gained international recognition. His pictures appear in prominent magazines and newspapers such as…
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Peter Lindbergh: Untold Stories

Peter Lindbergh: Untold Stories

The exhibition “Untold Stories” is the first show curated by Peter Lindbergh himself. The photographer, who was born in 1944 and grew up in Duisburg, worked on the presentation for two years and completed it immediately before his death in…
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Peter Kayafas: The Way West

Peter Kayafas: The Way West

The latest book from New York-based photographer Peter Kayafas (born 1971) presents photographs from ten years and thousands of miles of travel in the plains states. A continuation of his 30 years of work along America’s backroads, Kayafas uses his…
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Gilbert Garcin: Existence is Elsewhere

Gilbert Garcin: Existence is Elsewhere

Gilbert Garcin’s photographs engage us as philosophical archaeology, as surrealist theater, and as contemporary allegory. The artist himself, often portrayed in a dark overcoat, serves as an every-person character, his works honed upon humanity’s current, perhaps timeless, crisis of conscience:…
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Robert Adams: Los Angeles Spring

Robert Adams: Los Angeles Spring

Having lived in Southern California during his university years, Robert Adams returned to photograph the Los Angeles Basin in the late 1970s and early 1980s, concentrating on what was left of the citrus groves, eucalyptus and palm trees that once…
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Allan Teger: Bodyscapes

Allan Teger: Bodyscapes

The artist in every culture takes on some of the roles of the shaman. The artist walks the fine line between the conscious and the unconscious, the obvious and the hidden. My background (Ph.D. in psychology) led me to the…
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Josef Koudelka: Industries

Josef Koudelka: Industries

Josef Koudelka started using a camera in panoramic format in 1986 while participating in the multi-photographer mission set by the Land Development and Regional Action Delegation, more commonly known as DATAR, whose objective was to “represent the French landscape of…
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The Araki Effect

The Araki Effect

Over 300 images by the most famous contemporary Japanese photographer from the 1960s to today. Nobuyoshi Araki (Tokyo, 1940) is known the world over for his controversial erotic portraits of Japanese women, often bound using the kinbaku (Japanese bondage) technique.…
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