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Nan Goldin, Scopophilia

Invited by Patrice Chéreau to produce work on the theme, “Faces and Bodies,” the American photographer Nan Goldin created her first series in six years by pairing her…

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Richard Mosse, the war in infrared

The Irish Photographer Richard Mosse has broken the rules of documentary photography by shooting with a special color filter. This unusual series, currently on display at the Shainman Gallery in…

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Naked Hollywood –Weegee in Los Angeles

In 1946, the tabloid photographer known as Weegee left New York for Los Angeles, abandoning the macabre crimes scenes for Hollywood celebrities and riff-raff. The city liberated his vision, which…

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Vivian Maier –Street Photographer

Last year’s photo discovery of the year is now accessible to all thanks to the release of an exceptional new book and a current New York exhibition. Vivian Maier, Street…

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7 over 7: Seven Shows in Seven Days

The new art space, United Photo Industries, opened on December 1 in the DUMBO section of New York City. A most unusual exhibition was scheduled in honor of the opening:…

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Francesca Woodman –Timeless Identity

The disconcerting body of work left by this American photographer, who took her own life at 22, continues to inspire young art students across the world. The San Francisco Museum…

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Lucien Clergue in America

Founder of the Rencontres d’Arles festival in 1970, Lucien Clergue was the first photographer, with Yann Arthus-Bertrand, to be offered a chair at the prestigious Académie des Beaux-Arts de l’Institut…

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Peter Spaans: New York from the Yards

New York From the Yards documents a two-year escapade, from 1982 to 1984, along the railways of the American megalopolis. The Dutch photographer Peter Spaans invites the viewer to discover…


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