EventSid Grossman and 1940s’ New York
The Howard Greenberg Gallery presents an original exhibition of the work of Sid Grossman (1913–1955). Relatively little known in France, this New York photographer exerted considerable influence on street photographers in the 1960s.
EventThe Portraits of Pierre Gonnord
The Pierre Gonnord exhibition presented by the FRAC Auvergne gathers photographs of the artist who primarily specialized in portraits. Older photographs are exhibited with the French photographer’s last series, made in 2016, about the ASM Clermont Auvergne rugby team.
EventRichard Gordon, Loved photography too much
With the ubiquity of the photographic medium today, Richard Gordon’s work reminds us just how compelling an informed and creative perspective can be. Often his images are witty and quirky and evoke his dry sense of humor. The work in this exhibition was taken primarily in the 1970’s in New York City and along the West Coast.
EventThe Chelnokov Collection: The history of the Russian exodus through photographs
On the occasion of the centenary of the Russian revolution, VOZ’Galerie in Paris presents, in its basement screening room, an exhibition of photographs and a 3D projection of stereoscopic images by Natacha Nikouline’s great-great-uncle, Sergei Chelnokov.
EventCinecittà Exhibition at Studio Willy Rizzo
In the 1960s, the most beautiful women in the world passed each other in Rome, where Cinecittà became the mecca of the cinema world. The Dolce Vita gained recognition and who better than Willy Rizzo to capture these unique and magic moments!
EventRecollections of a Distant Shore: Chinese in New Zealand 1842-2016
The history of the New Zealand Chinese began with Cantonese cabin steward Appo Hocton's arrival in Nelson in 1842. According to the latest census conducted in 2013, the Chinese comprise about 3.7% of today's New Zealand population: over 170,000 people. These include recent migrants primarily originating from China, but also many other parts of the world, with about one quarter being local-born.
EventRediscovering Marianne Breslauer
The history of photography has its share of neglected creators who, however, re-emerge with some frequency, as if pulled to the surface by the inner strength of their own talent. This is true of the German photographer Marianne Breslauer (1909–2001), who was active between the wars, a period as brief as it was intense.
EventRafael Y. Herman, The Night Illuminates the Night
The Night Illuminates the Night features photographic work that began in 2010 and was completed in 2015. During this period Herman established a dialogue with the great masters of the western tradition who have depicted the Holy Land across the centuries without ever having been there, relying on biblical and literary sources.