Robert Mapplethorpe – On the Edge

Robert Mapplethorpe – On the Edge

Robert Mapplethorpe’s photographs have provoked debate. They have been the target of criticism and censorship. They have also been praised around the world with celebrated exhibitions in some of the most prestigious art institutions. ARoS Aarhus Art Museum now presents…
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Roger Ballen and Asger Carlsen: NO JOKE

Roger Ballen and Asger Carlsen: NO JOKE

Lars Dittrich and André Schlechtriem are pleased to present NO JOKE, the revolutionary collaborative series by Roger Ballen and Asger Carlsen. The self-contained series of 37 black-and-white photographs premieres in its entirety during Berlin Art Week, opening September 16 and…
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Dan Winters: The Grey Ghost

Dan Winters: The Grey Ghost

The Fahey/Klein Gallery is pleased to present The Grey Ghost, an exhibition of work by contemporary photographer Dan Winters. The exhibition coincides with the release of Winters’s latest publication, The Grey Ghost (Rocky Nook, 2016). This body of work is…
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Yousuf Karsh at Beetles+Huxley

Yousuf Karsh at Beetles+Huxley

The first major London exhibition in 30 years of portraits by renowned photographer Yousuf Karsh (1908 – 2002) will go on display at Beetles+Huxley. The exhibition will include signed lifetime prints of twentieth century sitters from the realms of politics,…
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Graciela Iturbide: A Lens to See

Graciela Iturbide: A Lens to See

Graciela Iturbide‘s photographs combine the story of a culture in transition with issues of identity, diversity, and selfhood. Iturbide has studied the indigenous society of Mexico in different states offering photos of sublime magic realism. Graciela Iturbide A Lens to…
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Bowie by O’Neill

Bowie by O’Neill

An exceptional photography exhibition that opens on Wednesday 21 September and combines an exclusive collection of classics together with a selection of unseen prints of David Bowie by Terry O’Neill. The launch and the signing of the new Limited edition…
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Jady Bates: Transgender Beautiful

Jady Bates: Transgender Beautiful

TRANSGENDER BEAUTIFUL presents an overview perspective on the transgender life experience of self-actualization beyond the perceivable constraints of the global community. In fact, the distortion and conflict may arise from the historically trained and embedded constraints of the societal definition…
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Bruce Wodder: Newark after Dark

Bruce Wodder: Newark after Dark

Every city has two personalities: one in daylight, another after dark. In this series of photographs I explore the nocturnal stillness of Newark, NJ, when the subtle shadows of darkness play out against the streets and buildings. Once daylight has…
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Robert Kalman: Dogs Among Us

Robert Kalman: Dogs Among Us

These photographs aren’t really about dogs. They’re really about relationships. Deep ones. So deep that a man inked his deceased dog’s likeness onto his chest. So deep, another man admitted his dog feels closer to him at times than his…
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Xavier Guardans: Self-Portraits

Xavier Guardans: Self-Portraits

An avid traveler and explorer, Xavier Guardans is a photographer who captures the beauty of his surroundings and models with a total mastery of medium and a gifted skill for composition. The subject of our new exhibition of ‘Self-Portraits’ is…
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Mitch Epstein: Rocks and Clouds

Mitch Epstein: Rocks and Clouds

The Yancey Richardson Gallery is pleased to present Rocks and Clouds, an exhibition of new photographs by Mitch Epstein that explore the significance of time through ancient rocks and fleeting clouds. As with his acclaimed tree portraits (New York Arbor),…
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George Tice: Urban Landscapes

George Tice: Urban Landscapes

The exhibition will present a remarkable selection of forty exceptionally rare vintage 8 x 10 inch gelatin silver contact prints from the early period (1973-74), of Tice’s ongoing epic visual poem of his native state of New Jersey. These unique…
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