Photography

“MIRROR MIRROR”

As has been declared by many a theory, our contemporary day and age is that of the realm of images. Paradoxically, it has never been more difficult for each and every one of us to read, analyze, and interpret them.…

“KAOS” ALBERT WATSON

With over forty years of photography, Albert Watson’s body of work is exceptionally diverse. From Alfred Hitchcock to David Bowie, from Morocco to Las Vegas, his portfolio embraces fashion and portraiture, nudes and dance, still life and landscape, photo-essays and…

“THE BEGUILING SIREN IS THY CREST”

Within their newly-opened pavilion on the banks of the Vistula, the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw presents “The Beguiling Siren is Thy Crest”. With works by over 60 international artists, including Birgit Jürgenssen and Hannah Wilke, represented by Alison…

DON WORTH

Don Worth (American, b. 1924-2009) began serious photography in 1949, and worked as an assistant to Ansel Adams from 1956 to 1960. He began teaching photography in the Art Department of San Francisco State University in 1962. His early life was…

PHILIPPE BRAQUENIER: “PALIMPSEST”

noun pa-limp-sest \ pa-l m(p)- sest, p – lim(p)-\ : a very old document on which the original writing has been effaced and replaced with newer writing : something that has changed over time and shows evidence of that change…

“AWAY FROM DISGRACE” BY JIANG PENGYI

Blindspot Gallery is pleased to present “Away from Disgrace”, Jiang Pengyi’s fourth solo exhibition at Blindspot Gallery. The exhibition will showcase his newest works from three series which involve different experimentation of photographic materials, underscoring Jiang’s persistence to constantly investigate…

TOSHIO SHIBATA: “HARMONY”

Laurence Miller Gallery presents Toshio Shibata – “Harmony”, a solo exhibition featuring 20 color photographs that extend the artist’s exploration of man-made structures co-existing within nature. This exhibition launches the gallery’s participation in Asia Week New York. Laurence Miller Gallery…