NeoRealismo: The New Image in Italy, 1932–1960 poignantly portrays life in Italy through the lens of photography before, during, and after World War II. While neorealism is associated primarily with cinematic and literary depictions of dire postwar conditions, this is the first major museum exhibition to highlight key photographers active at the time. Featuring approximately 175 photographs by over 60 Italian artists, NeoRealismo pairs them with the original publications in…
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Mark Seliger – Photographs
Inge Morath: A Woman in Iran, 1956
Carole Beckwith & Angela Fisher – African Twilight
Hannah Starkey – Photographs 1997 – 2017
A year ago, La Hune, the legendary bookstore of Saint Germain in Paris, burned. It is reopening today with an exhibition of Ellen von Unwerth. Here are some pictures. For more than thirty years, Ellen von Unwerth has been presenting a vision of sensual, free women. Running thru her photographs is an authentic distance to codes, an undisguised joy to overcome the classic yoke of nakedness, guided by unparalleled energy,…
The artist exhibits his work at the Maison Européenne de la photographie in Paris. A catalog that highlights the gigantism of his works. From the outset we are invited to a spectacle that we can find playful or harrowing: the model of a container ship that bears witness to the work entitled Women are Heroes where JR had placed the photograph of the eyes of a Kenyan woman on the…
Arja Hyytiäinen at Atelier L’Oeil Vert
Atelier l'Oeil Vert - encadrements & expositions
12 rue Léopold Bellan 75002 Paris France
from November 8th, 2018 to December 22nd, 2018
1st edition of the Photo Prize La France Mutualiste
Photo Prize La France Mutualiste
from November 10th, 2018 to November 25th, 2018
Peak Oil, Geert Goiris
12, rue Guénégaud, 75008 Paris France
from November 7th, 2018 to November 24th, 2018
Gianni Berengo Gardin: Festivals, balls, rites, and celebrations throughout Italy
Institut culturel italien de Paris
50 rue de Varenne 75007 Paris France
from November 7th, 2018 to December 6th, 2018
Ghosts of Bar Beach, Ade Adekola
57 Bishop Oluwole Str, Lagos Nigeria
from October 28th, 2018 to November 21st, 2018
Announcing the first Katz International Photography Award, 2018
Katz International Photography Award (KIPA)
from October 17th, 2018 to December 31st, 2018
The 10th anniversary of Voyageurs du Monde with Serge Anton in Brussels
Voyageurs du Monde
Chaussée de Charleroi 23, 1060 Brussels, Belgium
from November 23rd, 2018 to December 22nd, 2018
Release of La prolongation du bonheur 1999-2006 by Guillaume Geneste
from October 1st, 2018 to December 1st, 2018
Norman Parkinson: Always in Style in Cascais
Fundação Luís I – Centro Cultural de Cascais
Avenida Rei Humberto II de Itália, Nº16 2750-800 Cascais Portugal
from September 28th, 2018 to January 20th, 2019
Expo_007 – Inwards – Fabrice Domenet
Galerie L’ANGLE – Photographies
6, rue des Citronniers 64700 Hendaye France
from September 21st, 2018 to November 18th, 2018
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.
My mother began smoking when she was eleven years old, and by the end of her life she had smoked by my calculation 1,029,398 cigarettes. 1,029,398 Cigarettes shows my mother’s life and death through photographs I made starting when I was nine years old and continuing for three decades until the day she died.
In The Act, photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten portrays the lives and skills of women who voluntarily engage in the UK sex industry as their career. All of them chose a markedly different path in life to the usual one, wittingly challenging social stigma. Julia Fullerton-Batten investigated why this is with imagery and videoed interviews.
Sergio Larrain was not even twenty when, to distance himself from the middle of his bigwig family, he left Chile in 1949 for Berkeley, California to study forestry engineering. He would quickly turn to photography and begin to freely photograph though the streets of Santiago and Valparaiso. He became a professional photographer, first freelance, then as a collaborator for the Brazilian magazine O Cruzeiro.
Over the past two decades, Frieke Janssens (Belgian, b. 1980) has built a solid reputation in staged photography. Her work is characterized by precise staging, as well as an impeccable command of technique and a perfect finish. Janssens’ visual language is both surprising and playful and reveals a great sense of humour. Above all, her work often shows tension and an unspoken tragic undercurrent.
This week, Clément Chéroux assumes his post as senior curator at the Department of Photography at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. A dream come true: two galleries spanning 1,200 square meters in a newly built museum. This spells paradise for this 46-year-old Lyon native who had discovered his passion for photography in 1986 on board a train from Lyon to Côte d’Azur.
Los Angeles based photographer Tyler Shields’ work has made a big impression, whether it’s his photographs of exploding Rolls Royces, alligators clamping their jaws on Birkin bags, or starlets flying through the air in impossibly beautiful arcs.
In New York, Daniel Cooney Fine Art is holding a fascinating exhibition that looks back at the beginnings of the movement for gay rights. Through photographs by American photographer Anthony Friedkin, a whole state of mind, a whole period of struggles and history comes to the surface.