28 octobre 2010

Nan Goldin, Joey at home dressed for Wigstock, NYC, 1991

Nan Goldin, Joey at home dressed for Wigstock, NYC, 1991. photo courtesy Philips de Pury & Co Dye destruction print. 68.6 x 103.5 cm (27 x 40 3/4 in).  Signed, titled, dated and numbered in ink on a label affixed to the reverse of the flush-mount. One from an edition of 25. ESTIMATE £8,000-12,000 PROVENANCE Sprovieri Gallery, London LITERATURE Nan Goldin: The Other Side, Manchester: Cornerhouse Publications, 1993, p. 125 Philips de Pury & Co. Photographs. 3 november 2010. www.phillipsdepury.com
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22 juillet 2010

Wish list of a young collector @ Galerie Yvon Lambert

Barbara Kruger, Untitled, 2008. Archival pigment print. 121,9 x 167,6 cm. Courtesy galerie Yvon Lambert © Barbara Kruger Yvon Lambert présente «Wish list of a young collector», une exposition de différents artistes, jeunes ou confirmés, réunissant entre autres les œuvres de Stefan Brüggemann, Nan Goldin, Loris Gréaud, Jenny Holzer, Jonathan Monk, Hans Nahmut et Andy Warhol. L'idée de «Wish list of a young collector» est née, il y a cinq ans, d'une discussion entre Carl Ganem et Yvon Lambert. De fil en aiguille, des liens se... [Lire la suite]
26 juin 2010

The Tell-Tale Heart (Part 2) @ James Cohan Gallery

Shirin Neshat, Allegiance with Wakefulness, 1994. Black and white RC print and ink (photo taken by Cynthia Preston), 46 3/4 X 37 1/8 inches © the artist. Courtesy James Cohan Gallery, New York. NEW YORK, NY.- James Cohan Gallery presents The Tell-Tale Heart (Part 2), a group exhibition inspired by the classic story by American 19th century novelist and poet Edgar Allan Poe. The exhibition opened June 24th through August 13th, 2010 and features works by Barbara Bloom, Victor Burgin, Keren Cytter, Hanne Darbovern, Maya Deren,... [Lire la suite]
26 février 2010

Fashion: Bottega Veneta Spring Summer 2010 by Nan Goldin

Photographer: Nan Goldin - Models: Sean O'Pry |VNY| and Anya Kazakova |Marilyn, Why Not, UNIQUE, Modelwerk, Traffic|
11 octobre 2009

Portrait from Mapplethorpe to Goldin @ Kunsthalle Wien

Greg Gorman, Heath Ledger, Venice, 2004, © the artist/der Künstler. VIENNA.- When the history of photography began to unfold with portraiture, one’s own image was cause for astonishment and rapture. Since its discovery, beginning with early daguerreotypes and nineteenth century studio portraits, photography has satisfied people’s desire for their likeness and largely replaced the more costly and demanding painting. The image of the face, as the constitutive element of the portrait, is traditionally regarded as a mirror of... [Lire la suite]
02 avril 2009

"Christian Dior: 60 Years of Photography" @ Moscow Museum of Modern Art

Dior has always fostered a special bond with great photographers MOSCOW.- Christian Dior presents the exhibition Christian Dior: 60 years of Photography that will be held during the 6th International Festival “Fashion and Style in Photography 2009”. This exhibition tells the history of Christian Dior through a selection of 120 pictures from the world’s greatest photographers. Dior has always fostered a special bond with great photographers. In the 1940s and 1950s Erwin Blumenfeld, Willy Maywald, John Rawlings, Henry Clarke,... [Lire la suite]
10 octobre 2008

"Nature Fragile", le Cabinet Deyrolle au Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature et chez Christie's Paris

Claire de Virieu L'art contemporain, la Fondation de la Maison de la Chasse et de la Nature et Christie’s au secours de Deyrolle… Du 4 au 13 novembre 2008, le Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature accueillera les oeuvres de nombreux artistes contemporains, réalisées à la suite de l’incendie dont a été victime Deyrolle le 1er février 2008. Karen Knorr Cette collection sera dispersée aux enchères par Christie’s et le profit de cette vente ira intégralement à l’association Les Amis de Deyrolle pour... [Lire la suite]
15 septembre 2008

"Darkside - Photographic Desire and Sexuality Photographed" @ Fotomuseum Winterthur, Zurich

Joan Colom, Untitled, 1958-1961 from: Raval. Gelatin-silver print, 23 x 16,6 cm. Courtesy of Foto Colectania, Barcelona © Joan Colom ZURICH.- Photography is present everywhere. It plays a formative role in all societies and in private, public, intimate, commercial, and “free” areas of our lives. It is also present in the closed off areas, there where it is “dark,” where we withdraw from society, or where acts are excluded from society. For eroticism, sexuality, desire, and identity, photography is a central visual tool: as... [Lire la suite]


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