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…
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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…
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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…
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Matt Lipps: Solve for X

Matt Lipps: Solve for X

Over the past twenty years, Matt Lipps has developed a distinctive photographic practice that pays tribute to the history of twentieth century photography while also questioning the dominant myths that structure our cultural narratives. This exhibition presents new work from…
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Lee Miller: To believe it

Lee Miller: To believe it

More than 75 years ago Lee Miller accompanied the American troops as a war photographer on behalf of Vogue as they marched from Normandy via Paris, Alsace, the Rhineland, Hesse and Thuringia to the Elbe in Torgau (and then to…
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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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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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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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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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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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