Photography

NOBUYOSHI ARAKI: “MARVELOUS TALES OF BLACK INK”

“Marvelous Tales of Black Ink brings Araki’s language of photography and his games with words together into the same frame. The Kanji (Japanese logographic characters) painted directly and with equal intensity onto both the surfaces of explicit nudes and floral…

ALIYA NAUMOFF “PERCEPTIONS”

“Perceptions” is an interactive multimedia experience that allows the viewer to explore the distance between the intimate portrait and how it is perceived through the media. The show features oil sticker-like portraits of various icons shot by Aliya Naumoff over the past…

HOLLY ANDRES: “THE FALL OF SPRING HILL”

Jackson Fine Art is thrilled to present a solo exhibition of new work by young, critically acclaimed photographer Holly Andres. Through a suite of 13 photographs, Holly Andres’s The Fall of Spring Hill illustrates an incident from a summer church…

LOUIS FAURER AT CAMERA WORK

The self-curated solo exhibition exposes more than 100 works by the American photographer whose fashion photographs made him an internationally recognized photographer that is also regarded as one of the main representatives of street photography in the 20th century. Louis…

SHOWBOAT: PUNK / SEX / BODIES

Beginning in 1972 and spanning right up to the present day, Showboat provides a chronological survey of the relationship between punk and sex as seen through original posters, flyers, record covers, and ephemera drawn from the editor´s punk archive, The…

MAURICE MBIKAYI “MUPIA-MUPIA”

Mupia-Mupia is a Luba term that translates to “new and shiny”. The artist draws on this term as a concept to think through the metamorphosis of ages; shape, form, power, style, human and racial subjectivity through time. Monica Miller in…

MAJOR CINDY SHERMAN EXHIBITION OPENS AT GOMA

The first Australian solo exhibition in more than 15 years by New York-based artist Cindy Sherman is on show at Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA). Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) Director Chris Saines said the exhibition,…