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ONE YEAR! Photographs from the miners’ strike 1984 – 85

ONE YEAR! Photographs from the miners’ strike 1984 – 85

To coincide with the 40th anniversary of the miners’ strike this exhibition looks at the vital role photographs played during the year-long struggle against pit closures, including many materials drawn from the Martin Parr Foundation collection. The miners’ strike was one of Britain’s longest and most bitter disputes, the repercussions of which continue to be felt throughout the country today.…
Marcela Paniak: Lithanium

Marcela Paniak: Lithanium

Marcela Paniak – founder of the Viva Archiva! Foundation dedicated to the creative uses of photographic and film archives, co-run with Miłosz Hermanowicz. Doctor of film art and graduate of Photography at the Film School in Łódź. She teaches archival photography at the same school and at the Warsaw School of Photography. Member of the Association of Polish Art Photographers…
Sage Sohier: Passing Time

Sage Sohier: Passing Time

Joseph Bellows Gallery is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibition, Sage Sohier: Passing Time. This solo exhibition will feature a remarkable selection of black and white photographs from Sohier’s recently published Nazraeli Press monograph of the same title. The images that comprise the exhibition are drawn from the photographer’s compelling and kindhearted portraits made between 1979-85 of people living in…
Philip Flip Collier: Photographs from a Lifetime

Philip Flip Collier: Photographs from a Lifetime

Philip Collier is an award winning photographer from Boston Massachusetts. He studied documentary photography at the New England School of Photography graduating in the class of 1975. After gradation he moved to NYC where he worked in several commercial studios, but his heart and soul were on the streets. He has spent his life traveling the world and photographing his…
1964: Eyes of the Storm: Paul McCartney

1964: Eyes of the Storm: Paul McCartney

In 2020, an extraordinary trove of nearly a thousand photographs taken by Paul McCartney on a 35mm camera was re-discovered in his archive. They intimately record the months towards the end of 1963 and beginning of 1964 when Beatlemania erupted in the UK and, after the band’s first visit to the USA, they became the most famous people on the…
Koichiro Kurita: Terrasphere Hydrosphere Atmosphere

Koichiro Kurita: Terrasphere Hydrosphere Atmosphere

Japanese photographer Koichiro Kurita graduated from Kanseigakuin University in Kobe, where he studied perceptual psychology, using a camera extensively to simulate the function of the eye in his research that examined how people view moving objects under changing circumstances. He worked as a young man for a Tokyo advertising agency before becoming a successful independent photographer and director of commercials.…
Lora Webb Nichols: Heap-O-Livin

Lora Webb Nichols: Heap-O-Livin

Heap-O-Livin features a selection of images by Wyoming photographer and diarist Lora Webb Nichols (1883-1962). Nichols created and collected approximately 24,000 negatives and 65 years of diaries throughout her lifetime in the town of Encampment. In addition to the industrial and economic aspects of this sparsely populated ranching and copper mining town, Lora’s images and diaries documented the lives of…
Simpson Kalisher (1926-2023)

Simpson Kalisher (1926-2023)

Simpson Kalisher, who liberated his lens from slick images in corporate reports and trade magazines to emerge as a discerning photojournalist whose street scenes froze the panorama of urban American life in the 1950s and ’60s, died on June 13 in Delray Beach, Fla. He was 96. A Bronx native, Mr. Kalisher “was one of the last survivors of that…
Fernand Fonssagrives: Photographs 1930s-1950s

Fernand Fonssagrives: Photographs 1930s-1950s

Fernand Fonssagrives (1910-2003) was one of the most successful and highly paid fashion photographers of the 1940s and 1950s. His photographs were widely published in the editorial pages of Town & Country, Vogue, Glamour, Mademoiselle, Harper’s Bazaar, and Esquire, where his pictures for Bergdorf Goodman also appeared regularly in the advertising pages. This exhibition will concentrate on the photographs Fonssagrives…
Deck the Walls 2023

Deck the Walls 2023

Catherine Couturier Gallery is delighted to present our annual group show Deck the Walls. Deck the Walls is an exhibition of vintage and contemporary pieces that allows our gallery to showcase a variety of artists, prices, styles, and photographic mediums. This year’s Deck the Walls will feature prints ranging from vintage black and white 20th century works to contemporary color…
LIFE: Six Women Photographers

LIFE: Six Women Photographers

The 20th century was defined by change. LIFE Magazine, the first publication to tell stories through images instead of mere text, acted as a window into many historic events for Americans. This exhibition follows the careers of six enterprizing LIFE photographers through the works they created and the stories they captured between the 1930s and 1970s. We invite you to…
Michael Grecco: Punk, Post Punk, New Wave: Onstage, Backstage, In Your Face

Michael Grecco: Punk, Post Punk, New Wave: Onstage, Backstage, In Your Face

The multimedia exhibition “DAYS OF PUNK” by American photographer Michael Grecco presents in Cascais photographs of music icons such as The Clash, Johnny Rotten, Ramones, Wendy O. Williams (from Plasmatics), The Dead Keneddys, Billy Idol, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Adam Ant, Lene Lovich, Aimee Mann and many others, photographed without filters or artifice by photographer and filmmaker Michael Grecco, at…
Play the Part: Marlene Dietrich

Play the Part: Marlene Dietrich

Featuring 250 photographs taken from 1905 to 1978, Play the Part: Marlene Dietrich examines the multifaceted evolution of Dietrich’s (1901–1992) public persona. The exhibition features photographs by well-known artists such as Cecil Beaton, Irving Penn, and Edward Steichen as well as photographers with whom Dietrich collaborated repeatedly throughout her life, including the noted Hollywood photographer George Hurrell, Eugene Robert Richee,…
René Burri: In Germany

René Burri: In Germany

The Swiss photographer René Burri (1933 – 2014) was one of the great photojournalists of the 20th century. From 1955 (a full member from 1959), the photographer, filmmaker, and painter was a member of Magnum, and traveled all over the world on behalf of well-known international magazines. The focus of the exhibition at Kunsthalle Erfurt is his best-known and perhaps…
Vintage: Historic B&W photos of Alsace Lorraine, Germany (1890s)

Vintage: Historic B&W photos of Alsace Lorraine, Germany (1890s)

In 1871, the newly created German Empire’s demand for Alsace from France after its victory in the Franco-Prussian War was not simply a punitive measure. The transfer was controversial even among the Germans: The German Chancellor, Otto von Bismarck, was initially opposed to it, as he thought (correctly) it would engender permanent French enmity toward Germany. Some German industrialists did…
New York Subways 1977: Alen MacWeeney

New York Subways 1977: Alen MacWeeney

Alen MacWeeney (b. 1939, Dublin) began his photography career in Ireland working as a press photographer and freelancing for fashion magazines, before moving to New York City in 1961 to be an assistant for the celebrated photographer Richard Avedon. Despite his early work in the worlds of fashion and studio photography, MacWeeney’s eye has always been drawn more to the…
August Kotzsch: Nature, Landscape, Genre

August Kotzsch: Nature, Landscape, Genre

August Kotzsch (1836–1910), one of the early masters of German photography, offers a historical counterpart to Simone Nieweg. He takes us with him on his rambles through nature in his home region of Loschwitz near Dresden. Landscape scenes, garden corners, still lifes, and the fruits of his own harvest, but also houses and farms, were his preferred motifs. Depicting in…
Vintage: Historic B&W photos of Nuremberg, Germany (1890s)

Vintage: Historic B&W photos of Nuremberg, Germany (1890s)

After the Thirty Years’ War, Nuremberg attempted to remain detached from external affairs, but contributions were demanded for the War of the Austrian Succession and the Seven Years’ War and restrictions of imports and exports deprived the city of many markets for its manufactures. The Bavarian elector, Charles Theodore, appropriated part of the land obtained by the city during the…
Yamamoto Masao: Ambrotypes

Yamamoto Masao: Ambrotypes

The emotional power of photography – and the ability of an image to evoke memories – will be illustrated in an exhibition of new photographic work by Japanese artist Yamamoto Masao. The artist’s exhibition, Ambrotypes, titled after a 19th century process that produces a one-of-a-kind image on glass, will be on view at Yancey Richardson. In his seventh exhibition with…