The Solo Show project especially conceived for the edition of Paris Photo 2019 is focused on the Pioneer of computer-generated composite portraits: Nancy Burson, whose works are included in museums worldwide (MoMa, Metropolitan, MoMa San Francisco, Centre Georges Pompidou, Victoria and Albert…) and recently been chosen to represent the artists using Polaroid film (including Warhol, Wegman) in a documentary about Polaroid and instant photography entitled “Subito”. The anthological exhibition explores Burson’s pioneering early work with digital technologies in photography, but will show also her most recent works, including the “Trump/Putin” video installation and photographic work (selected as Cover for Times...
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