Autre hommage à mon père qui adorait les appareils dont une caméra Hasselblad, un Rolleiflex et d'autres et un grand merci à Alain Le Bacquer qui a pris mes premiers photos de mode et m'a fait ensuite aimer la photographie
22 février 2020

Rare photographs taken in Siam more than 150 years ago by John Thomson goes on display in Chester Beatty

Portrait of a princess, possibly a daughter of Prince Nilarat by John Thomson, 1865-66. Wellcome Collection. CC BY. DUBLIN.- Considered a pioneer of photojournalism, and one of the most influential photographers of the 19th century, John Thomson was the first known photographer to document the people and landscape of Siam and China for publication and dissemination to the Western world.The range, depth and quality of Thomson's photographic vision mark him out as one of history's most important travel photographers. ... [Lire la suite]
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20 février 2020

Major retrospective on Madame D'Ora opens at Neue Galerie New York

Madame D'Ora, Self-portrait of the photographer d’Ora, 1929 © ullstein bild collection, Photography Madame d’Ora, ullstein bild collection  NEW YORK, NY.- Opening at Neue Galerie New York on February 20, 2020, “Madame D’Ora” will be the largest museum retrospective on the Austrian photographer ever presented in the United States. Dora Kallmus (1881–1963), who came to be known as Madame d’Ora, was an unusual woman for her time with a spectacular career as one of the leading photographic... [Lire la suite]
13 février 2020

'Silent Ruins, F. A. Oppenheim photographs the ancient world' at the Ludwig Museum

Felix Alexander Oppenheim, Acropolis, Athens, 1853, Museum Ludwig, repro: Rheinisches Bildarchiv Cologne. Cologne - The ruins of the Acropolis seem to lie still when Felix Alexander Oppenheim photographed them in 1853. No one is to be seen, contemporary Athens remains hidden. 42 of his photographs appeared in 1854 in the large-format illustrated book of Athenian Antiquities, consisting of two booklets: The Acropolis and Details of the Acropolis. One of the two surviving specimens is in the Ludwig... [Lire la suite]
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20 janvier 2020

Galerie Karsten Greve exhibits more than thirty vintage prints by Sally Mann

Sally Mann, Deep South # 5, 1998. Gelatin silver enlargement print, toned with tea. Ed. 6/10 + 3 AP 122 x 96,5 cm / 48 x 38 in SM/F 5 © Sally Mann Photo: Bildpunkt AG, Basel; Robert Bayer Courtesy Galerie Karsten Greve Köln Paris St. Moritz. COLOGNE.- To kick-off its 2020 program in Cologne, Galerie Karsten Greve is presenting a solo show by American photographer Sally Mann. On view are more than thirty vintage prints from the Deep South series created in the late 1990s as well as from the Battlefields series... [Lire la suite]
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08 janvier 2020

Reimagining Home-Provoking Works of Two Iranian Photographers at MFA Boston

Untitled, from the Home series, Gohar Dashti, 2017. © 2020 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Reimagining Home: Photographs by Bahman Jalali and Gohar Dashti juxtaposes the work of pioneering Iranian photographer Bahman Jalali (1944-2010) with his student, Gohar Dashti (b. 1980), at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, from January 11th to July 12th, 2020. The two Iranian artists meld documentation with imagination in innovative ways to weave together themes of belonging, displacement, cultural history and memory.  In... [Lire la suite]
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03 janvier 2020

Haute Photographie returns to Art Rotterdam Week

Bas Meeuws (NL, 1974), Untitled #151, 2019. Galerie Wilms. © Bas Meeuws ROTTERDAM.- Haute Photographie returns to Rotterdam for the fifth time with a focus on the diversity of the photographic landscape. To keep the concept of the ‘boutique fair’ alive, the list of participating galleries is once again select and varied. The selection includes some of the best galleries in the Netherlands as well as international institutions ranging from New York to Madrid and from Paris to Zürich. Like in previous... [Lire la suite]

15 décembre 2019

Exhibition of new works by Australian photographic artist Leila Jeffreys opens at Olsen Gruin

Leila Jeffreys, Blue Blossoms 2019, photographic print on fibre based cotton rag paper. © Leila Jeffreys NEW YORK, NY.- Olsen Gruin is presenting High Society, an exhibition of new works by Australian photographic artist, Leila Jeffreys. Her second solo exhibition since 2017, High Society is on view at Olsen Gruin until January 19, 2020.Revisiting the world of the Budgerigar – the subject of her first solo exhibition some nine years ago – Leila Jeffreys’ High Society includes her signature large... [Lire la suite]
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09 décembre 2019

Pierre et Gilles, ‘La fabrique des idoles’ à la Cité de La Musique Philharmonie

PARIS.- Conçue en étroite collaboration avec Pierre et Gilles, l’exposition explore leur rapport à la musique, à ses codes, ses symboles. Accompagnée d’une playlist composée par les artistes en écho à chaque tableau comme un juke-box géant, elle offre au visiteur des documents inédits, installations d’objets mémoriels et autres reliques issues de leur atelier d’illusionnistes pour raconter et comprendre comment fonctionne leur fabrique des idoles. PARIS.- Designed in close collaboration with Pierre & Gilles,... [Lire la suite]
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26 novembre 2019

The Empty Quarter opens 'The Real Owners of the Planet' by Björn Persson

Björn Persson, The Royal Throne. © The Empty Quarter Gallery DUBAI.- Björn Persson is an internationally renowned artist based in Stockholm, Sweden. He has spent many years travelling around the world in search of adventure and spectacular images. His passion for this planet’s beautiful wildlife and humans is reflected in his images.Björn looks upon his work as an art form rather than pure nature and documentary photography. He sees the animals as they truly are; emotional, thinking and conscious beings with... [Lire la suite]
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24 novembre 2019

Dan Bannino, Diets

"Kim Kardashian – The Atkins Diet" by Dan Bannino - The Public House of Art. © 2019 PHA International BV Kim Kardashian’s post-baby Atkins Diet is in full force with this lavish spread. She’s been an internet and tv sensation over the last decade and people either love or hate her. This struggle is further exemplified by the Chrysanthemums – in Japan these serve as a symbol of the Emperor and the Imperial family, whereas in Italy these traditionally signify death. Pick and choose your side. By the way, have you found Yeezus... [Lire la suite]