Nailya Alexander Gallery, in conjunction with Contact Press Images presents MAIN STRƎƎT: The Lost Dream of Route 66, an exhibition of photographs by Pulitzer-Prize winning photographer Edward Keating. The exhibition is accompanied by the release of Keating’s eponymous book of 84 photographs (Damiani, 2018). Edward Keating has served as a photojournalist for nearly 40 years for such publications as New York Times, Forbes and Business Week. In 2001, Keating received…
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The Eye of Photography is the ultimate digital magazine where everything about photography art is published daily, highlighted, discussed and archived for all professionals and amateurs, in English and French. Its Agenda compiles the most comprehensive selection of photography events in the world (photography exhibitions, art fairs, awards, lectures, workshops…).
Stanley / Barker announces the release of Sunil Gupta's Christopher Street, 1976 in collaboration with Stephen Bulger Gallery. While studying at the New School, New York, under the legendary Lisette Model Sunil Gupta would spend his weekends cruising on Christopher Street with his camera. It was the heady days after Stonewall and before AIDS when Gupta and his peers were young and busy creating a gay public space that hadn’t been seen…
"I came to Chelsea in 1975 to photograph the city. I was hired by Andrew Quigley to work at the Chelsea Record in 1977. Working at the newspaper for 12 years I exposed 20000 black and white negatives covering all facets of life. In 1989 I moved to Lancaster PA, when I left I put my negatives in a box away from the light for the next 5 years I…
Letizia Le Fur realizes the first Alpine & Leica photographic Carte blanche “Hit the Road”
Leica Store Faubourg Saint-Honoré
105-109 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris
from December 7th, 2018 to January 12th, 2019
Fulvio Roiter : A dream in Umbria, at the Italian Cultural Institute
Institut culturel italien de Paris - Hôtel de Galliffet
50 rue de Varenne 75007 Paris France
from December 12th, 2018 to January 16th, 2019
Passing Fancies by Louis Jay, book signing at Leica Store Paris
Leica Store Paris
105 -109 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris France
from December 15th, 2018 to December 15th, 2018
40th Annual Holiday Sale at Alan Klotz Gallery
Alan Klotz Gallery
740 West End Ave #52, New York, NY 10025, USA
from November 28th, 2018 to December 21st, 2018
Architectural landscapes: a walk in Issy by Raymond Depardon
Musée français de la Carte à Jouer
16 Rue Auguste Gervais, 92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux France
from December 5th, 2018 to June 30th, 2019
“Between Land and Sea”: Binh Danh, David Knox and Jennifer Shaw
The Arsenal at the Cabildo
701 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70116 USA
from December 1st, 2018 to March 31st, 2019
Alain Laboile, Le Temps Retrouvé
29 ARTS IN PROGRESS gallery
Via San Vittore 13, 20123 Milano, Italy
from November 30th, 2018 to February 9th, 2019
Epic Perspectives, Jean-Paul D.A. Sibbille
École Supérieure des Professeurs d’École (ESPE) de Caen / Bibliothèque Universitaire Rosalind Franklin (From December 6 to January 31)
186 rue de la délivrande 14000 Caen France
from October 8th, 2018 to January 31st, 2019
David Pisani, Vanishing Valletta: The Definitive Collection 1982 – 2011
Spazju Kreattiv, St. James Cavalier, Spaces C1-C4 (upper galleries)
Pjazza Kastilja, Pope Pius V Street, Il-Belt Valletta VLT 1030, Malta
from December 21st, 2018 to January 27th, 2019
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
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.
Two exhibitions, one at Le BAL, the other at Leica, both in Paris, accompanied by a book publication by Éditions Filigranes, shed light on the work of Stéphane Duroy, offering a portrait of a photographer whose radical approach is a model for many of his peers.
On the occasion of the exhibition The Decisive Moment at the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson, the Eye of Photography presents an excerpt, entitled “The myth of the decisive moment: a trick or an epiphany?,” from Agnès Sire’s chapter, “De l’errance de l’œil au moment qui s’impose, quelques pistes pour mieux voir,” published in 2009 in Revoir Henri Cartier-Bresson by Éditions Textuel.
Since 2011, Michel Slomka has documented the psychological and physical consequences of violence on individual victims of war crimes. Sinjar shows the ravages caused by war in Syria and Iraq and by the ethnic cleansing carried out by the Islamic State group in the regions it conquered in the spring and summer of 2014. The symbol of this “purification”, the […]
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David Yarrow was born in Scotland in 1966 and is currently based in London. He began his photographic career recording the world’s greatest sporting events. He was named Young Scottish Photographer of the Year at the age of 20 and covered the World Cup in Mexico for The Times; his photo of footballer Maradona holding the trophy aloft remains an […]
After presenting the recipients of the 2017 W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund in Humanistic Photography awards on October 18, 2017 (Daniel Garcia Castro, Edmund Clark and Alex Majoli), The Eye of Photography joins the organization and features the works of the prize finalists. Immigration in Europe began to be a significant phenomenon in the 80s; since this period the numbers […]