EventWeegee, the night crawler, at Howard Greenberg Gallery
The Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York presents an exhibition of the famous American photographer focusing predominantly on his most prolific decade : the 1940s.
EventAnja Niemi, The Woman Who Never Existed
Some of reality’s wounds ask only to sit near Anja Niemi’s heroins in a melancholic need to share the sorrow of time passed or to find in their relic masks hidden life. In a satin-smooth form, eroticism becomes a mise en abyme. She achieves this through the early 20th century Italian avant-garde actress Eleonora Duse, who felt that she existed only in front of others.
EventAt the heart of Gérard Rondeau’s world
L'Espace Paul Rebeyrolle, in Eymoutiers (France) is paying homage to the photographer and director Gérard Rondeau who died in September 2016, with an exhibition in the form of a journey alongside this committed photographer, citizen of the world, close friend of this earth of mankind.
EventGioia de Bruijn, Sound is different from noise
This exhibition by Gioia de Bruijn, on view in Amsterdam, is made up of personal images and black and white photographs of streets and buildings. A visual cacophony of city-scapes, airports, skyscrapers, party people, tramps and junkies. Between straightforwardness and sensitivity. And text, lots of text, written on small slips.
EventArno Rafael Minkkinen, Floating in the Air
Willas Gallery, in Oslo, Norway, exhibits Arno Rafael Minkkinen, who for over 45 years has focused his work on the nude self-portrait as a primary vehicle for expressing the human condition through images made in natural and urban landscapes. His photographs are based on the reality before the lens—photography at its purest—setting aperture and squeezing a shutter bulb or other self-timer device to fire the camera.
EventPaolo Woods and Gabriele Galimberti: The Heavens, Annual Report
After Arles in 2015, Université Paris II Panthéon-Assas is exhibiting the work of Paolo Woods and Gabriele Galimberti on tax havens and is offering two roundtables on the subject.
EventAnne-Marie Filaire, Temporary Security Zone
To observe the territories and bear witness to how they develop: for over twenty-five years, these have been the main objectives behind Anne-Marie Filaire’s work. It all started in 1992 in Auvergne, where she took part in the Observatoire Photographique du Paysage, a project commissioned by the Ministry of Environment.
EventRichard Bellia, Longwy Calling: 35 years in photographs
Published in 2016, An Eye on Music 1980–2016 retraces the career of the photographer Richard Bellia. Totaling 800 pages, the book takes the reader through thirty-five years’ worth of legendary concerts and close encounters with some of the biggest international rock stars. Scattered throughout, the reader will find intimate portraits captured backstage and photos taken onstage and among crowds of fans.
EventPhilip Trager, Ina
In Photographing Ina, Philip Trager, a black-and-white lover, embraces color for the first time. His images are as much about the act of photographing, perception, color and light, as they are about his subject, his wife Ina, whose presence is a constant and unifying motif.
EventBen Murphy, The Riverbed
The Riverbed, an exhibition by Ben Murphy focuses on the architecture and habitats of counter-cultural communities living in a remote mountainous area of south east Spain. The exhibition, which runs from 18 – 31 March and 19 April – 27 May 2017 at the Architectural Association Gallery in London, features 21 analogue prints and is accompanied by a new limited edition book.