Postmasters Gallery presents PRIDE, a large-scale exhibition marking the #Stonewall50 anniversary through art and artists from the LGBTQ+ community. Curated together by Ruben Natal-San Miguel and Magda Sawon, PRIDE occupies both gallery spaces and features 30 artists: TOM BIANCHI / NAYLAND BLAKE / LUIS CARLE / MOLLY CRABAPPLE (+ CHELSEA MANNING) / PATRICIA CRONIN / LOLA FLASH / ANTHONY GOICOLEA / DAN HALM / BARBARA HAMMER / ERIK HANSON /…
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Special Edition : Pride – Stonewall 50 years
Swann Auction Galleries : The Pride Sale
Aperture : Orlando – Guest Curated by Tilda Swinton
Fred W. McDarrah – Pride : Photographs of Stonewall and Beyond
Bonhams online sale Stonewall@50 will take place from June 27 to July 10 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots which heralded a new era of gay and transgender equality and inspired the exuberant creative and sexual freedom of a new generation of artists such as Robert Mapplethorpe, Nan Goldin and Herb Ritts, all of whom are represented in this auction. In celebration of the legacy of Stonewall…
Fifty miles east of New York City and reached by ferry or water taxi navigating the Great South Bay, Cherry Grove and the Fire Island Pines, two of 17 seasonal communities located on the 32-mile long sand dune called Fire Island, have, for generations of gay people and others throughout the US and indeed the world, represented a sort of summer seaside Bizarro World, a comic-book fantasy become real. Here,…
Photography Auction: The Collection of the Michèle Chomette Gallery
Hôtel Drouot - Salle 16
9 rue Drouot, 75009 Paris, France
from June 21st, 2019 to June 21st, 2019
Prix Levallois, 10 ans ! A collection of photographs at the National School of Photography
École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie
16 rue des Arènes, 13631 Arles, France
from July 1st, 2019 to July 7th, 2019
Swiss Life 4 Hands Prize re-invents itself
Prix Swiss Life à 4 mains
from July 1st, 2019 to November 1st, 2019
MEP X The Eyes – Meeting Point #2 : Photo Edition and Emergence
Maison Européenne de la Photographie
5/7 rue de Fourcy, 75004 Paris, France
from June 27th, 2019 to June 27th, 2019
Tell me a story: Young Italian Photography
Istituto Italiano di Cultura Parigi - Italian cultural institute
50 Rue de Varenne, 75007 Paris, France
from June 20th, 2019 to August 27th, 2019
Nature Divinity: Photographs by Francis Grosjean at the Abbey of Valmagne
Abbaye Sainte-Marie de Valmagne
34560 Villeveyrac France
from June 19th, 2019 to September 22nd, 2019
The exhibition “Objets rêvés” at the Centre Tignous d’art contemporain
Centre Tignous d’Art Contemporain
116 rue de Paris, 93100 Montreuil, France
from April 12th, 2019 to July 20th, 2019
A week ago, we invited you to send us photographs symbolizing tolerance and showing the beauty of differences between human beings. Many of you have already responded to this call and many of you have sent images to us. We offer you today a first selection of twenty photographs of this evolving collection. It is your project, our project, and we would like to thank you.
The individuality of Erwin Blumenfeld’s work lies in the photographer’s constant will to link order with artistic references. This photographer pays his debt to knowledge and to art. We can see its confusion, Renaissance painting, Impressionism, the modernity of the 1920s, Dadism, cinema etc.
My Claudine. All our exchanges started like this, by this possessive, affectionate absurdity, and there’s no reason to change it. You went to join, among others, Jacques Massadian, Jean François Bizet, Michel Antoine Burnier, and Léon Mercadet. Certainly, they’re celebrating, happy to have you back, and me, I am immensely sad.
Clamorous wrath afflicts death, feeding newly ripe celebration. Ren Hang and I are the same age. It is vast feeling connected to such a bizarrely unique and quintessentially necessary stranger. The body begets its own restrictions, its exploration exploits freedoms. There are depths beyond its sticky fumble.
Tibet held a special place in the path and work of Gao Bo. It was in this country that the artist took his first photographs in the middle of the 1980s. For this Chinese man born in 1964, who witnessed the cultural revolution and its public executions in his childhood, Tibet was one of the rare possible travel destinations.
2015 was the 50th anniversary of artist Peter Beard’s book, The End of the Game – The Last Word from Paradise. Beard spent many years in Africa documenting the impact of Western civilization on elephants, other wildlife and the people who lived there.
Exported from its French hometown of Sanary-Sur-Mer, the Photomed festival took place this year in Beirut, Lebanon. The Eye of Photography presents today its main exhibitions.
The International Center of Photography’s new exhibit, “Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change,” could hardly be better timed. These are tumultuous times, and they’ve only gotten more turbulent in the weeks since the inauguration of Donald Trump.
The ninth edition of Chobi Mela, one of the important photography festival in Asia launches on 3 February 2017. The festival will run until 16th February, 2017. This festival is put together biannually by Drik Picture Library Ltd. and Pathshala South Asian Media Institute. Since its inception in 2000, Chobi Mela has been a significant event in Asia and the first of a regular biennale.
Shortlisted by Diane Dufour in her position as artistic advisor to the HSBC Photography Prize last year, Adrien Boyer exhibits his series Consonance at the Clémentine de la Féronnière Gallery which publishes a book to accompany the exhibition.