L. Parker Stephenson Photographs announces its representation of American-born Paris-based photographer Jane Evelyn Atwood (b. 1947) and opens the season with Paris Red Light 1976-1979, an exhibition of mostly vintage work from her first two series; Rue des Lombards (1976-1977) and Pigalle People (1978-1979). Acclaimed in her adopted country (with five different exhibitions this year alone), Atwood’s photographs have seldom been seen in the United States despite her being the first recipient of the W. Eugene Smith Fund Grant in 1980. This is the first solo exhibition of her black-and-white prints in the US since 2005 and offers the opportunity […]
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