Photography

“EUGENE RICHARDS: THE RUN-ON OF TIME”

For the past several decades, photographer Eugene Richards (American, b. 1944) has explored complicated subjects, including racism, poverty, emergency medicine, drug addiction, cancer, the American family, aging, the effects of war and terrorism, and the depopulation of rural America. His…

“HELEN LEVITT: PAIRS AND APPLES”

Laurence Miller Gallery presents “HELEN LEVITT: PAIRS AND APPLES” from June 14 – July 21.  The show highlights Levitt’s unique gift for capturing the way people communicate through body language, with special emphasis on one of her perennial interests: pairs…

TOTALLYMEGALO

#TOTALLYMEGALO is to capture moments of high self-esteem immortalized on the “film” of the photographer! Me Elisabeth Ndala, Paris gallery owner at the BAB’s Gallery, I made the experiment “TotallyMegalo”, with 15 photographers, of whom I became the Muse, for…

“DOUBLE TRUTH” BY SILVIO WOLF

At a time when the concept of post-truth suggests the overcoming of the notion of truth up to causing its loss of importance, relating it with emotions and personal beliefs to the detriment of verifiable facts, Silvio Wolf’s double exhibition,…

“DENTRO” BY BEATRIZ DUBOIS

“The human race, when born, feels one with nature. As he develops reason and knowledge, modern man frees himself from primary bonds and realizes his status as an individual. In this process of separation, the boundaries of being an independent…

“BAUDELAIRE” BY MARIO CRESCI

“In the Sixties, I started to think that photography, conceived as one of art’s means of writing, could be freed from the theoretical limits set up by the cultural industry and leave behind the technical constraints linked to printed paper.…

MARINA ABRAMOVIĆ “THE CLEANER”

Marina Abramović (b. 1946 in Belgrade) is one of the seminal figures of body and performance art and from Saturday 17 June Louisiana Museum of Modern Art will present her works in the large retrospective exhibition “The Cleaner”. For fifty…

PHILIPP KEEL, “SPLASH”

Philipp Keel allows himself to be surprised by the magic of the fleeting moment and records what he sees: chance encounters, everyday occurrences. His aim is not to reproduce reality but consciously to alter it by alienating or reducing it.…

THOMAS STRUTH – “FIGURE GROUND”

This major exhibition by the pioneering German photographer Thomas Struth (born 1954) presents the most comprehensive survey of his genre-defining oeuvre. Covering four decades of work and every phase of his illustrious artistic career, the exhibition focuses especially on the…