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Photographe anonyme. Un Picasso à tomber par terre.
Allemagne, 1955. Tirage argentique d'époque légèrement rehaussé. 21,3 x 16,2 cm
Photographe anonyme. Un Picasso à tomber par terre. Allemagne, 1955. Tirage argentique d'époque légèrement rehaussé. 21,3 x 16,2 cm

This year, the production wasn’t a long, quiet river. 48 hours ahead we were not sure we would be able to do it. Worse still, at three minutes to 9, (the shoot was scheduled for 9 o’clock) there was only one gallery owner, and then all of them came. My two sons, Jules and Gédéon, filmed the making of this group portrait, bringing together the most important gallery owners in the world at AIPAD. Here it is. And thanks to all of those who participated: it was a really great moment and will be a wonderful souvenir.

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AIPAD : The Photography Show by Neal Slavin

This photo is a dream. I’ve been thinking about it for years. To bring together in one image the world’s most important gallery owners on the occasion of the AIPAD Photography Show. Last year it was almost done but failed at the last minute. Of course, from the beginning I wa...

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AIPAD 2016 : 36th edition of The Photography Show

Celebrating its 36th year in 2016, The Photography Show presented by AIPAD (The Association of International Photography Art Dealers)holds in Manhattan’s Upper East Side at the Park Avenue Armory. With more than 85 of the world’s leading photography art galleries exhibiting, ...

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Neal Slavin, A 40 year chronicle

In this final installment of my writing about my work in the exhibition “A 40 Year Chronicle” at the Laurence Miller Gallery in New York, I discuss not only my methodology of shooting my group portraits, but also my current work, the Prayer Portraits themselves, which have be...

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Neal Slavin, A 40 year chronicle

Max Kozloff in his fascinating book, The Theatre of the Face says that we are “face readers,” that the first thing we identify with when we talk to someone is the face. It is this phenomenon that makes portraiture so compelling. In my own work and in my teaching, I am motivat...

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Neal Slavin, A 40 year chronicle

Photography for me is memory. The instant I press the button I’ve captured that moment as enduring cultural memory. I always say to myself, if my work is respectful of that moment, it will survive the tumultuous ups and downs of the decades and events to come.

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Neal Slavin’s Portugal

Few people outside of Portugal knew the power being wielded on the Iberian Peninsula during the early 1930’s to late 1960’s. This era marks the reign of Antonio de Oliveira Salazar. I lived and photographed the Portuguese people from late 1967 to 1968, when Salazar’s health...