Exhibiting for the first time at AIPAD is the Parisian gallerist François Sage, who has brought with him a selection of photographs from the English-speaking world. Aside from Bill Brandt, currently the subject of a wonderful exhibition at MoMA in New York, we find on the gallery’s walls a host of American artists, including the great Harry Callahan, the late specialist in abstraction and figuration Cy Twombly, and a few photographs by Andy Warhol.
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