At the origin of Yellow Now, there is Yellow, an art gallery installed at the end of 1969 in Roture, in Liège, at the initiative of Guy Jungblut. The first exhibition is dedicated to Jacques Lizène, a little master from Liège in the second half of the 20th century and a paragon of mediocre art. It was a pretty good start. The gallery intended to promote artists who deviated from…
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Jean Larivière – Portraits and Landscapes
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Stéphane Kossmann in Cannes, by Bernard Plossu
François Halard – Papa
Generation Y on a desert island. From April 24 to 30, 2019, photographer Trisha Groves exhibits at the Iconoclasts Gallery a series of 52 portraits of young adults of the Generation Y (also called the Millenials) that she photographed in her studio with THE book or THE record that they would take on a desert island. Trisha Groves: "I was amazed by the enthusiasm that all these young people showed…
There is always a moment in the life of an artist, of a researcher or of everyone, where questions about the state of the world come together with questions about one's personal destiny; or to put it more modestly, of its particular trajectory. There is always a moment and there is often a place. This point of convergence easily takes on a little extreme ... great departure or return to…
Iran Photo (inside & outside) at Cité internationale des arts
Cité internationale des Arts
18 rue de l'Hôtel de Ville, 75004 Paris, France
from April 23rd, 2019 to May 7th, 2019
L’attente, Julie Coustarot
Passage St Maur 81, rue St Maur 75011 Paris France
from April 11th, 2019 to April 27th, 2019
OEILDEEP Masterclass : “Radically transform your photographic approach.”
from June 22nd, 2019 to January 19th, 2020
Extrême Far East, Pierre Gély-Fort
Luxembourg Street Photography Festival
Place des Rotondes, 2448 Luxemburg
from May 2nd, 2019 to May 5th, 2019
NASA, The Photographs of the Space Conquest
Galerie David Guiraud
5, rue du Perche 75003 Paris France
from April 19th, 2019 to June 21st, 2019
Call for Photographers – Checkpoint: walls and borders
La Maison de l’Image
97 Galerie de l’Arlequin 38100 Grenoble France
from March 13th, 2019 to May 12th, 2019
Phillips New York Photo auctions – Passion & Humanity: The Susie Tompkins Buell Collection & Iconic Photographs and 20th Century Masters
Phillips New York
450 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10022, USA
from April 4th, 2019 to May 4th, 2019
Takehiko Nakafuji, Black Ice – Hokkaido
39 Rue Chapon, 75003 Paris, France
from April 18th, 2019 to May 18th, 2019
Around the Moon: Vintage prints from the Russian and American space conquest. Space Collectibles Collection.
Atelier l'Oeil Vert - Expositions & encadrement
12 rue Léopold Bellan 75002 Paris France
from April 13th, 2019 to June 1st, 2019
Julie Vola, Recalling Viêt Nam
Librairie MAUPETIT ACTES SUD - MAUPETIT Côté Galerie
142, La Canebière, 13001 Marseille, France
from April 4th, 2019 to May 4th, 2019
Roger Ballen, The Theatre of Apparitions
Levstikov trg 7 1000 Ljubljana Slovenia
from April 2nd, 2019 to May 15th, 2019
Un Notre monde
Atelier d’encadrement/galerie Autour de l’image
44 rue Sala, 69002 Lyon, France
from March 30th, 2019 to April 27th, 2019
Last year, the Rencontres d’Arles held its breath… but for a memorable football game: a legendary Germany-France, played not far from here, in Marseille. Extremely rare during the festival’s opening week: the whole town had completely forgotten photography for an evening.
This year, the Rencontres are changing the Discovery Award by involving galleries. Among the close to 200 candidatures, ten projects were selected to be exhibited. Over the opening week, professionals will vote to grant the New Discovery Award, which rewards the artist and her gallery with 20,000 euros.
Between 1974 and 1994, when the Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie in Arles were in their adolescence, Pierre-Jean Amar mixed with and photographed the greatest photographers in the world. Discussions, workshops, evenings at the Théâtre Antique, receptions, openings… the world of photography (small then) met, discussed, fell in love, made-up, innovated…
Timothy Prus is the curator of the Archive of Modern Conflict, and an atypical collector. He is the person whom we owe for putting together the controversial “Nein, Onkel!” archive, that depicts playful Nazi soldiers relaxing aside from the horrendous war.
Do not miss this exhibition under any circumstances! It is a wonder. It is the only gallery, place Paul Doumer at the beginning of the Rue de la Roquette in Arles. We discovered it on Saturday, thanks Julian Meijer. The author of the images, Vincent Flouret, is one of the most fascinating and funny: in short it was the ultimate moment of happiness of this wonderful week!
The focal point of this exhibition at MAPFRE Foundation is the portrait of the 20th century, in which different artists from all around the world and historical moments approach the human figure in a variety of ways. Included are photographers such as Robert Adams, Diane Arbus, Harry Callahan, Walker Evans, Lee Friedlander, Alberto García-Alix, Emmet Gowin or Graciela Iturbide.
Every two years, during the summer, Madrid becomes a major event for the world of visual arts and photography. With exhibitions in the main museums, halls and art galleries, as well as diverse activities related to the chosen theme each year, PHotoEspaña offers the possibility to discover the latest tendencies as well as the latest projects internationally renowned artists.
Just in time. What brings this phrase to my mind when first confronting this powerful sequence of photographs by Mariana Cook? Just in time for what? What is the hurry? What scene did we just happen upon here with these clues, remnants, whispered warnings, or intimations?