Dennis Hopper: In Dreams

Dennis Hopper: In Dreams

The Fahey/Klein Gallery is proud to present Dennis Hopper: In Dreams, an exhibition of works that connect Hopper’s role as an actor, husband, father and photographer. Our exhibition in conjunction with the newly published book of the same name (by…
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Stephen Shames: Vintages

Stephen Shames: Vintages

For this first exhibition of the year, the Esther Woerdehoff Gallery is proud to present a selection of exclusive vintage prints by Stephen Shames, the renowned documentary photographer born in 1947. The young people that Stephen Shames photographed in the…
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Arno Rafael Minkkinen: 50 Years

Arno Rafael Minkkinen: 50 Years

Celebrating fifty years since Minkkinen embarked on his epic exploration of the central theme of his nude body in nature, the exhibition illustrates his work’s continuous capacity for innovation and self-reflection. Relying purely on the primal abilities of his own…
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Jessica Lange: Highway 61

Jessica Lange: Highway 61

Over the last seven years, Lange has revisited Highway 61 many times to photograph the historic route. Her photography series reveals the thoughtful and powerful connection Lange continues to maintain towards the people and places in this part of America.…
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Michael Jang’s California

Michael Jang’s California

While Michael Jang has had a significant career as a professional portrait photographer, he has also been photographing people in the streets for over fifty years. As a student at California Institute of the Arts and the San Francisco Art…
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Deck the Walls 2019

Deck the Walls 2019

Deck the Walls is an annual group exhibition of vintage and contemporary pieces that allows Catherine Couturier Gallery to showcase a variety of artists, prices, styles, and photographic mediums. Deck the Walls is expected to feature works by Robert Mapplethorpe,…
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Exhibition: LIFE

Exhibition: LIFE

Atlas Gallery is pleased to present LIFE, an exhibition of photographs celebrating the golden age of the first American all-photographic magazine. LIFE’s photographers documented the most important events, memorable people and places in modern history. The exhibition will showcase the…
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Anja Niemi: THE BLOW

Anja Niemi: THE BLOW

Anja Niemi’s new, all black/white series shows an unaccompanied woman, dressed in black with a face that is turned away from the lens, driving to a solitary house in the desert. Here she trades her clothes for that of a…
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Bastiaan Woudt: HIDDEN

Bastiaan Woudt: HIDDEN

Bastiaan Woudt has enjoyed a meteoric rise to success within the world of contemporary photography. After starting his own photography practice from scratch a mere five years ago, with no experience or formal training, he has developed into a photographer…
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Larry Towell: Vintage Prints

Larry Towell: Vintage Prints

This survey exhibition highlights Larry Towell’s impressive 40-year career in photography and includes a selection of his earliest prints made of some of his best-known images, as well as previously unseen works. His archive of vintage prints includes rare photographs…
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Eve Arnold: All about women

Eve Arnold: All about women

Exhibition entirely dedicated to Eve Arnold’s portraits of women will take place at Casa-Museo Villa Bassi, in the heart of Abano Terme. Her first Italian retrospective is curated by Marco Minuz. Eve Arnold All about women May 17 – December…
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Fred Zinnemann: Talking Pictures

Fred Zinnemann: Talking Pictures

With over twenty major films and an accolade-studded career spanning fifty years within the film industry, it would be short sighted to merely stop with Fred Zinemann’s filmmaking ability when understanding the depths of his creativity. Outside of film, Zinnemann…
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Isa Leshko: Allowed to Grow Old

Isa Leshko: Allowed to Grow Old

For nearly a decade, photographer Isa Leshko traveled to farm sanctuaries across the United States to create intimate portraits of elderly rescued farm animals. She began the project soon after caring for her mother, who had Alzheimer’s disease. Leshko writes:…
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August Sander: 16 Portraits

August Sander: 16 Portraits

When people speak about masterpieces of modern photography, when the question is which one is the pioneering incunabulum among them, and when talks is of singling out the most famous photographic project in history, then many would readily agree that…
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