viernes, 5 de octubre de 2012

Daido Moriyama, Arthur Grace, Robert Frank, Eugène Atget, Herb Ritts and Gerd Ludwig




German News Agency Files for Bankruptcy

In a statement released in Berlin on Tuesday, October 2, 2012, the second largest news agency in Germany, DAPD, announced that it has filed for bankruptcy and that its seven subsidiaries should do the same. What a bombshell!


São Paulo : Marcos Muniz
Entre Muros e Ideias

Through his work on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Marcos Muniz offers a poetic vision of life flowing through the streets of Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Bethlehem. Without concealing the dramatic character of the conflict taking place in Israel, the photographer prese...


Daido Moriyama à la galerie Polka

Polka Galerie is pleased to announce a cycle of three exhibitions (September 2012-January 2013) dedicated to Daido Moriyama’s œuvres (born in Japan in 1938). Our ambition is to apprehend multiple aspects of the artist’s work: his practice of street photography and wanderings, instal...


Atlanta: Arthur Grace
America 101

An award-winning photojournalist and social documentarian, Arthur Grace has traveled globally and to every region of America on assignment for major news organizations as well as for his own personal projects since the early 1970s. In America 101, Grace draws 101 pictures from his ...


Gerd Ludwig: The Long Shadow of Chernobyl

Of all manmade environmental catastrophes in human history, Chernobyl is considered to have caused the most lasting impact. Since his first visit in 1993, Gerd Ludwig has been documenting the aftermath of the accident in dramatic and compassionate photographs — the failed rea...


Dax Photo Festival 2012
Portraits of the world

For the second edition of the Festival de la Photographie in Dax, France, the organizers have chosen the theme “Portraits of the world.” The festival, from October 5 – 31, 2012, will be comprised of 17 indoor and outdoor exhibitions. Bernard Batais, the festival’s art...

Press Review

US press review
by Paul Melcher

7 days. That is exactly the amount of time that separates the events you see today from those you saw last weeks. Not enough to have remorse and too young to be real memories. Events follow and push each other even faster now that everyone has a camera. Or, more to the point, now th...


Zineland by Antoine Soubrier

In Anatomy of Business, the English photographer Louis Porter deconstructs the visual language of business using company brochures and leaflets from the 1980s. Seeing these fading black-and-white documents, the bald heads and absurd visual instructions, one imagines a conversation between...


New York : Robert Frank
Danziger Gallery

The Americans is one of the most beautiful books in the history of photography. But Robert Frank, hired at the end of the 1940s by Harper’s Bazaar as a fashion photographer, traveled regularly between America and Europe. These trips gave him the opportunity to exercise his t...


Yann Layma
Rider on the Storm

Yann Layma has been traveling the world since he was 16. Now fifty, he has been to 75 countries in all, published in the most prestigious magazines, and is known worldwide for his photographs of China, a country he has visited countless and times and whose language he speaks. Layma is ...


Köln : Walker Evans
Decade by Decade

Born in 1903, Walker Evans is surely one of the most influential photographers in the history of the medium. His photographs remain anchored in the collective memory for their captivating reality. His critical representation of poverty during the Great Depression of the 1930s i...


Sydney : Eugène Atget
Old Paris

The first comprehensive exhibition in Australia of the work of Eugène Atget (1857–1927) will showcase over 200 photographs primarily from the more than 4000-strong collection of Musée Carnavalet, Paris, with the important inclusion of Atget’s work, as compiled by Man Ray, from the c...


Getty Museum : Herb Ritts - L.A Style

The glamour and beauty of the human body will be on display in an exhibit straight from breaking attendance numbers at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles California. Herb Ritts: L.A. Style, on view at the Cincinnati Art Museum October 6th through December 30, 2012, explores the pho...


Miss Rosen
Book Review #38

In February 1965, Martin Delany was received by Abraham Lincoln art the White House. There, Delany told the President, “I propose, sir, an army of blacks, commanded entirely of black officers.” Shortly thereafter, Delany received a commission as major of infantry—the first African American...
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