Les Douches la Galerie presents its second exhibition of the singular works of Ernst Haas. The nearly forty prints that make up Visionary Colour, most of which have never been exhibited before, testify to the timelessness of his work. Taken between 1952 and 1981, the photographs presented here display an ambiguity bordering on the abstract, shot through with superimpositions, off-centered framing and blurriness. If we go by what most histories of photography claim, 1976 is the year that colour photography entered museums. And yet, fourteen years before William Eggleston and Stephen Shore, Ernst Haas had put together an exhibition explicitly subtitled Color...
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