From the 18th of January to the 18th of April 2020 the Monte del Bologna and Ravenna Foundation presents 3 Body Configurations by Fabiola Naldi and Maura Pozzati. Starting from the relationship of the body of the artist who acts in the public and private space, the exhibition offers the opportunity to see for the first time in Italy a careful selection of photographic works by Claude Cahun (thanks to…
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Tomorrow opens the new center of the International Center of Photography (ICP) in new York. Located at 79 Essex Street in the Lower East Side, the new space reunites the school and the museum. Here is a first look at the space, next week we will feature the 4 inaugural exhibitions. International Center of Photography 79 Essex Street, New York www.icp.org
Claudia Fährenkemper, Seltsame Schönheit
Stephen Bulger Gallery
1356 Dundas Street West Toronto Canada
from January 11th, 2020 to February 8th, 2020
photo l.a. announces 28th edition
photo l.a. - Barker Hangar
3021 Airport Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90405 USA
from January 30th, 2020 to February 2nd, 2020
An international public art project that brings together photography, dance and education to celebrate Afro-Cuban Rumba, returns to Harlem with an eclectic new program. Liquid Heat | La Rumba Llama by artist Jessica Angel is a photography installation and international education program celebrating the rhythms of Cuba. Liquid Heat | La Rumba Llama will take place at Harlem Hospital Mural Pavilion from Monday 5 August to Monday 30 September as part of HARLEM WEEK. Angel has worked with renowned Afro-Cuban dancers and the Pogolotti community, a Havana neighborhood famous for its Rumba, to create a series of vibrant, life-sized photographs […]
Philippe De Gobert begins by constructing the model of a place either imagined or inspired by an existing space, often an artist’s workshop or an emblematic piece of architecture. He tends to choose sober, spartan and luminous interiors. The model is then placed on a stand in the studio to be lit in the same way as one would light a cinema set. Following the rules of architecture photography, he produces an image which is then printed in large format in black and white. Philippe De Gobert: Ateliers( workshop) is the artist’s first solo exhibition with Galerie Alice Mogabgab. The […]
The very nice surprise of the season and a very nice story. Flammarion this week releases a picture book. Title: Parking Peguy. Here is the story! I knew that Clio de Péguy was somewhere in my library, but rather than trying to find it, I preferred to search the text on the internet. Half asleep, I did not realize that I was in the “Maps” section. Google then offered me the “Parking Peguy, Stains (93)”. Surprised, I started exploring the neighborhood from my computer. The parking lot, with its half-erased white lines and wild grass springing from the asphalt, looked […]
These are sinister days, Steve Hiett last Thursday, Jean Marquis this past Monday and yesterday Peter Lindbergh. And tomorrow? Today’s edition is dedicated to Peter Lindbergh and Carole Schmitz shared with us her conversations with one of the last very few true genius photographers, universally respected and beloved. The Sultan has bowed out by Carole Schmitz For him the most important thing was to create images. Peter Lindbergh, one of the most requested and appreciated photographers of the fashion world unfortunately left us too early. Master image-maker, he belonged to the very closed circle of a few star photographers, […]
Peter Lindbergh first saw on the big screen a feature film dedicated to his work at the World Premiere of the 69th Berlinale on February 15th during the Berlin International Film Festival. Berlin viewers who had been able to book their place at the Haus der Berliner Festspiele and the Cubix 8 in Berlin for two sold-out screenings on February 15 and 16, discovered that the last of the lords of fashion photography is not only the one we believe. Jean-Michel Vecchiet, the French documentary director signs “Peter Lindbergh- Women’s Stories”. He wanted this biographical film as a psychoanalytic film whose […]
Synonymous with the art of traveling since 1854, Louis Vuitton continues to add titles to its series of books, Fashion Eye. Each book evokes a city, a region or a country, seen through the eyes of a fashion photographer. In 2017, Louis Vuitton Editions published Peter Lindbergh‘s Berlin in the collection Fashion Eye. The book offers a succession a fragmentary overview of the Berlin spirit, since the fall of the Wall until 2012. Portraits, fashion shots and views on the run mingle in a tasty disorder. A “state of transit” where one can see an influence specific to the German […]
St. Moritz Art Masters, held in Switzerland from August 26 to September 3rd, launched this year its 10th edition. Once more this annual art festival was the highlight of the summer program in St. Moritz, not only offering an extensive art program, but also providing a multifaceted platform for creative and professional encounters. Renowned German photographer Peter Lindbergh exhibited at the Kempinski Hotel in Saint Moritz. Pirelli’s identity is made up of passions: from tyres to racing, art to sport, from Pirelli Design to the famous Calendar. In a brief but evocative journey into Pirelli world, the exhibition was displayed […]
The photographer had carte blanche to draw a portrait of the works of the Institut Giacometti in Paris. An intimate and secret correspondence between images, sculptures of the creator. The photograph that greets the visitor at the entrance of the Giacometti Institute – a beautiful art deco building from the beginning of the 20th century – is a completely blurred image. A blur obviously desired by the photographer who captured a fragment of the sculptor’s studio. This blur says how moving and difficult it is to approach with another eye the work of this titan of the twentieth century, Alberto […]
Peter Lindbergh will be celebrating his 70th birthday at the Gagosian in Paris with his first solo exhibition in France for over ten years. The nearly 40 photographs over two floors retrace his prolific 40-year career in fashion magazines like Vogue, The New Yorker and Harper’s Bazaar. “Fashion photographers are the painters of today,” Lindbergh told Melanie Abrams of The New York Times as he was preparing his first exhibition at the gallery.
The choice of Peter Lindbergh for the 2014 Reporters Without Borders 100 Photos album may come as a surprise to some. However, during a fascinating discussion organized by Peter Lindbergh at the Silencio in Paris, he revealed himself to be an avid consumer of the news, spending his nights on the internet, trying to understand the issues behind policy decisions, searching for truth, as he does in his photographs.