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Bonnie & Clyde: The End

It was said that Bonnie & Clyde died as they lived, by the gun. In Dallas, PDNB Gallery exhibits fascinating photographs of the infamous Texas criminals Bonnie & Clyde. This…

Jean-Pierre Laffont, New York Up and Down

After a remarked book on his work in the United States spanning 50 years of history, documentary photographer Jean-Pierre Laffont publishes his photos of New York, where he has been a transplanted…

The Unseen Eye goes Wild

Aperture editor Melissa Harris’ A Wild Life: A Visual History of Photographer Michael Nichols initially reminded The Unseen Eye of those “Great Man (or Great Woman”) biographies he read when…

Pol Kurucz, Poor Billionaires

After Zone1, Anti-Humans and Afro-Fem, French-Hungarian photographer Pol Kurucz presents his fourth supercharged series, Poor Billionaires, inspired by the deep social void in Brazil. The only glimpse rich and poor…

René Burri, Cosmopolitan

For the season opening, Bildhalle, in Zurich, presents a solo exhibition by one of Switzerland’s most revered photographers. In close cooperation with his family, this will be the first solo…

David Fathi by The Unseen Eye

For The Unseen Eye, discovering an unfamiliar new talent is one of the very great pleasures of attending Arles or the other good photo festivals around the world. A very…