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Il Giornale dell’Arte devotes an article to The Todi Circle
Posted on 06 / 20 / 2024

Il Giornale dell’Arte devotes an article to The Todi Circle

“Every summer, in the heart of the Umbrian countryside, a diverse group of professionals meet to discuss “the state of the art” of photography. Twelve international guests (never the same) are invited to take part in the visionary Todi Circle project, created in 2012 by William A. Ewing and Mario Santoro-Woith. During an immersive 5-day experience, the participants punctuate their time between roundtable discussions, conversations and informal sharing moments. Faced with the ever-changing language of photography […]” Want to read more? Access the full article in Italian in Giornale dell’Arte or see the English translation by clicking here

 

Nadav Kander as guest star of the festival “PORTRAIT(S)” in Vichy

Poster of the “PORTRAITS” festival in Vichy, from June 7 to September 29, 2024

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Nadav Kander as guest star of the festival “PORTRAIT(S)” in Vichy

From June 7 to September 29, 2024 in Vichy, France, Nadav Kander presents “The Edge of Things”, an immersive exhibition of his work, combining installations, films and photographs, some of which have never been seen before. A master picture maker and a tireless experimenter, Kander searches for the unexpected resonance in people and places, those moments when something profound is revealed to the eye and the camera.

The photographer, who has rarely looked back, is also currently working on a major exhibition with the Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography and with curator David Campany, sifting through four decades’ of constant image making. Cutting across genres and projects, the exhibition will draw out the hidden threads that connect all his work: the fragility of human existence, the passing of time, the grain of the everyday and the hope of something transcendent.

To watch the video about the Vichy exhibition: click here

 

Todi Circle 2024

Guests and organizers of the Todi Circle 2024 (from left to right: Alejandra Aguado, Azu Nwagbogu, Florence Bourgeois, Anca Poterasu, Mathieu Bernard-Reymond, Sandino Scheidegger, Michael Sonnenfeldt, Gerry Badger, Richard Grosbard, Roger Ballen, Kira Pollack, William Ewing, Karolina Ziebinska, Valentina Bigi, Julie Bonzon, Mario Santoro, Joanna Kinowska and Todd Brandow).

Posted on 06 / 18 / 2024

During the first week of June, the 2024 edition of the Todi Circle brought together thirteen highly-experienced photography world experts! Held once a year in Todi (Umbria, Italy), the Circle is a mix of curators, publishers, collectors, dealers, museum directors, educators, critics, historians, sponsors, auctioneers, directors of festivals, fairs and institutions – and of course, photographers. Co-organized by the FEP, this unique event is a highly unusual meeting of minds, held to reflect upon the state of photography. The 11th edition was extensively enriching and presage the best for the future(s) of photography!

For more information, visit the Todi Circle website: https://todicircle.org/

 

“Beyond Fashion” is on view in London

Opening of “Beyond Fashion” at Saatchi Gallery – Courtesy Saatchi Gallery, London © Noah Goodrich twobytwo

Posted on 06 / 11 / 2024

“Beyond Fashion” is on view in London

“Beyond Fashion” is now on view at Saatchi Gallery, London! The exhibition showcases the work of acclaimed fashion photographers from around the world. The pictures demonstrate how fashion photography has moved past the simple presentation of product lines to reflect on the reality of our lives, to explore our aspirations and to push at the boundaries of creativity.

Including works by Nick Knight, Peter Lindbergh, Viviane Sassen, Paolo Roversi, Miles Aldridge, and Ellen von Unwerth – as well as an exciting new generation of fashion photographers – “Beyond Fashion” celebrates the vision and creativity of these artists and image-makers, and documents how fashion photography has become a new and exciting visual language.

The exhibition is on view until September 8. Do not miss it!

“Beyond Fashion” is opening in London in two weeks!

Daniel Sannwald, Garage Magazine, Fall-Winter, 2014 © Daniel Sannwald

Posted on 05 / 17 / 2024

“Beyond Fashion” is opening in London in two weeks!

We are thrilled to announce that Beyond Fashion will be on view at Saatchi Gallery, London from May 31 to September 8, 2024.

The exhibition showcases the work of acclaimed fashion photographers from around the world. The works demonstrate how fashion photography has moved past the simple presentation of product lines to reflect on the reality of our lives, to explore our aspirations and to push at the boundaries of creativity.

Including works by Nick Knight, Peter Lindbergh, Viviane Sassen, Paolo Roversi, Miles Aldridge, and Ellen von Unwerth – as well as an exciting new generation of fashion photographers – Beyond Fashion celebrates the vision and creativity of these artists and image-makers, and documents how fashion photography has become a new and exciting visual language.

This exhibition is curated by Nathalie Herschdorfer, Director of Photo Elysée in Lausanne, Switzerland. It is produced by the Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography.

The Jut Art Museum will host two sections of “Civilization” at its satellite venue

Vincent Fournier, Ergol # 1, S1B clean room, Arianespace, Guiana Space Center [CGS], Kourou, French Guiana, 2011
from the series Space Project © Vincent Fournier

Posted on 05 / 14 / 2024

The Jut Art Museum will host two sections of “Civilization” at its satellite venue

The Jut Art Museum, Taipei will host two sections of “Civilization: The Way We Live Now” at its satellite venue “Uncanny” from May 18 to June 30, 2024.

For the first time, the museum extends its exhibition to the space “Uncanny” at NOKE, with eight themes fully unfolding in the two exhibition venues. While the main venue features six themes, the satellite venue accommodates “ESCAPE” and “ALONE TOGETHER”, two themes that explore the collective state of mind of humankind in the global village.

After touring in major museums across Korea, China, Australia, New Zealand, France, Italy and the UK, “Civilization” will be on view in Taiwan until June 30. The exhibition features the work of contemporary photographers tracking the visual threads of humankind’s ever-changing, extraordinarily complex life across the globe.

Last days to see “Flora Imaginaria” in Palm Beach

Viviane Sassen, In Bloom, shot for Dazed & Confused magazine, 2011. Courtesy Stevenson Gallery, SA © Viviane Sassen

Posted on 04 / 23 / 2024

Last days to see “Flora Imaginaria” in Palm Beach

“Flora Imaginaria” will be closing this Sunday, April 28 at the Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, FL. 

Flowers have been a source of inspiration for photographers since the medium’s inception. Today, flower photography remains in full bloom as contemporary photographers continue the storied tradition of depicting floral motifs in novel ways. Flora Imaginaria features images shot over the last 30 years and is an ode to this historically important photographic subject. It explores the aesthetic and decorative qualities of flowers and their rich cultural history as symbols and motifs through many genres of photography, including still lifes, botanical studies, portraits, studies of the body, street photography, and surrealist collages.

Featured artists include Pedro Almodóvar, Valérie Belin, Daniel Gordon, Abelardo Morell, Vik Muniz, Viviane Sassen, and Martin Schoeller, along with a selection of emerging artists.

Curated by William A. Ewing and Danaé Panchaud.

“Urban Chronicles” is opening today in Seoul

Urban Chronicles: American Color Photography, poster of the exhibition at Storage by Hyundai Card, Seoul

Posted on 03 / 28 / 2024

“Urban Chronicles” is opening today in Seoul

We are thrilled to announce the opening of our most recent exhibition, entitled Urban Chronicles: American Color Photography, which includes many of the greats: William Eggleston, Saul Leiter, Vivian Maier, Joel Meyerowitz, Stephen Shore, along with two talented artists of a younger generation, Daniel Arnold and Anastasia Samoylova. The exhibition includes nearly 70 prints, which offer an immersive journey through American color photography, revealing the myriad stories that animate the streets immortalised by renowned artists. Urban Chronicles is opening today at Storage by Hyundai Card, Seoul and will be on view until July 28, 2024. Have a look at the trailer video here! Click to see the video.

Civilization is opening this Saturday at the Jut Art Museum in Taipei
Posted on 03 / 14 / 2024

Civilization is opening this Saturday at the Jut Art Museum in Taipei

Another milestone for “Civilization: The Way We Live Now”! We are delighted to announce that our exhibition is opening this Saturday, March 16 at the Jut Art Museum in Taipei. After touring in major museums across Korea, China, Australia, New Zealand, France, Italy and the UK, it will be on view in Taiwan until June 30. The exhibition features the work of contemporary photographers tracking the visual threads of humankind’s ever-changing, extraordinarily complex life across the globe. This is the first all-photograph exhibition at the Jut Art Museum since its inauguration. Do not miss it!

Civilization wins the AP Award 2024 for “Exhibition of the Year”

William A. Ewing, Curator and Todd Brandow, Executive Director of the FEP receiving the AP Award for “Exhibition of the Year” for Civilization: The Way We Live Now  –  (Image: Isabella Ruffatti)

Posted on 03 / 07 / 2024

Civilization wins the AP Award 2024 for “Exhibition of the Year”

The AP Awards, an annual highlight in the photography calendar for over 40 years, are held in higher regard within the global camera industry than any other UK award. As a weekly magazine, Amateur Photographer not only tests cameras and accessories, but also keeps watch on photo book releases and exhibitions. This year, having seen some outstanding photo books and unforgettable exhibitions, AP gives the Award for “Exhibition of the Year” to our exhibition Civilization: The Way We Live Now. Read more on AP website.

The Polaroid Project opening in Taiwan

Invitation card for the Polaroid Project opening at the National Taiwan Normal University Art Museum, Taipei, Taiwan

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The Polaroid Project opening in Taiwan

We are happy to announce the opening of the exhibition The Polaroid Project: At the Intersection of Art and Technology at the National Taiwan Normal University Art Museum in Taipei. After having been in Spain last year, the exhibition will be visible from the 9th of March to the 7th of June 2024.

James Balog at the Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego

James Balog, Ice Diamond #1, 2009. Pigment print on archival fiber paper. Courtesy of the artist © James Balog

Posted on 09 / 11 / 2023

James Balog at the Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego

We are delighted to announce that James Balog: Photographs from the Anthropocene will open this Saturday, September 16 at the Museum of Photographic Arts / San Diego Museum of Art, in California. The exhibition presents photographs that describe both the ancient cyclical patterns of the earth’s life forms and the impact of human activity on those forms and cycles. For four decades, Balog has studied ancient cultural assumptions about the relationship between humans and the rest of nature. Through innovative imagery, his projects interpret significant aspects of what has changed, what has survived, and what changes are projected for the future. His photographs reveal nature’s dazzling beauty as well as its capacity for destruction.

Thomas Demand on view at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem

Atelier, 2014, C-print/Diasec, 240 x 341 cm © Thomas Demand, VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

Posted on 09 / 08 / 2023

Thomas Demand on view at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem

Thomas Demand: The Stutter of History is now on view at the Israel Museum of Jerusalem. The exhibition presents a career-wide survey of his work, the artist having spent almost three decades exploring the intersections of history, images, and architectural forms. In his large-scale photographic objects, history presents itself as banal, gnawingly disturbing facsimiles of places and episodes that we cannot quite identify. Demand has also conceived the design for the exhibition, as an integral part of his approach to artistic production. With his architectural use of wallpapers and temporary structures, he creates an immersive environment for the viewer in which image and world collide.

Last two weeks to see Civilization at Saatchi Gallery, London
Saatchi Gallery presents CIVILIZATION: The Way We Live Now, 2 June – 17 September 2023
Image courtesy of Saatchi Gallery © Matt Chung

 

 

Posted on 09 / 05 / 2023

Last two weeks to see Civilization at Saatchi Gallery, London

Civilization: The Way We Live Now is on view at Saatchi Gallery, London since June and will be closing soon! Only two weeks left to discover the complexity of contemporary civilization through photography, ranging from the ordinary to the extraordinary, from our collective failings to our greatest collective achievements. Featuring over 300 works by 150 internationally renowned photographers, the exhibition can be seen until September 17. Don’t miss it!

The Polaroid Project at Fundación Barrié, Spain

Installation view of The Polaroid Project: At the Intersection of Art and Technology at Fundación Barrié, Spain © Xaime Cortizo

Posted on 07 / 18 / 2023

The Polaroid Project at Fundación Barrié, Spain

After four months, our show The Polaroid Project: At the Intersection of Art and Technology ended last week at the Fundación Barrié, Spain.

William Ewing and Barbara Hitchcock curated an exhibition that serves as a comprehensive overview of captivating, innovative, and triumphant Polaroid photographs created primarily during the latter half of the previous century, while also including contemporary examples. In addition to the artwork, the exhibition incorporates an array of diverse technological artifacts that provide an equally enlightening perspective on the tools and techniques instrumental in enabling this artistic and cultural revolution.

Todi Circle 2023

Todi Circle 2023, from left to right: Anastasia Samoylova, Renée Mussai, William Ewing, Mario Santoro, Virginia Heckert, Michael Sonnenfeldt, Sarah Meister, Timothy Persons, Todd Brandow, David Solo, Geoff Dyer, Marie Robert, Dominique Haim, Anna Tellgren and Sophy Thompson

Posted on 06 / 13 / 2023

Last week, the 2023 edition of the Todi Circle brought together twelve highly-experienced photography world experts! Held once a year in Todi (Umbria, Italy), the Circle is a different mix of curators, publishers, collectors, dealers, museum directors, educators, critics, historians, sponsors, auctioneers, directors of festivals and prize-giving institutions – and of course, photographers. Co-organized by the FEP, this unique event is a highly unusual meeting of minds, held to reflect upon the present state and future possibilities of the medium of photography. The 10th edition was extensively enriching and presage the best for the 10 years to come!

Beyond Fashion at IPFO, Olten

Installation view of Beyond Fashion at IPFO, Olten, Switzerland © Remo Buess

Posted on 06 / 05 / 2023

Beyond Fashion at IPFO, Olten

After three months, our show Beyond Fashion at the IPFO in Switzerland closed successfully last week.

Curated by Nathalie Herschdorfer, this exhibition unites the creations of renowned photographers of our time like Miles Aldridge, Nick Knight and Ellen von Unwerth with a fresh generation that has reexamined the possibilities of fashion photography.

Civilization opens at Saatchi Gallery, London

Sheng-Wen Lo, Diergaarde Blijdorp Rotterdam, The Netherlands, from the series White Bear, 2016 © Sheng-Wen Lo

 

 

Posted on 06 / 01 / 2023

Civilization opens at Saatchi Gallery, London

Having toured in major museums across Korea, China, Australia, New Zealand, France and Italy, Civilization is now on view at Saatchi Gallery in London! The exhibition offers an unprecedented look at humankind’s rapidly mutating collective life across the globe through the eyes of many of the world’s finest photographers. Civilization: The Way We Live Now showcases more than 350 prints and includes a new selection of works curated especially for this London edition at Saatchi Gallery.

Le Monde praises our Thomas Demand exhibition

Preview of the article in Le Monde, March 23, 2023

Posted on 03 / 27 / 2023

Le Monde praises our Thomas Demand exhibition

Last week, Le Monde dedicated a full page to our exhibition Thomas Demand: The Stutter of History, currently on view at Jeu de Paume, Paris. The article by journalist Claire Guillot pays great tribute to the uniqueness of the German artist’s photographic work, insisting on the “spectacular scenography” of the exhibition, which brings together large prints and impressive wallpapers. The article (in French) can be accessed here.

 

 

Civilization : The Way We Live Now in Forlì

Installation view of “Civilization : The Way We Live Now” at Musei San Domenico, Forlì, Italy
© Photo Genny Cangini

Posted on 09 / 21 / 2022

Civilization : The Way We Live Now in Forlì

We are pleased to announce that our exhibition “Civilization” opened this weekend at Musei San Domenico, Forlì, Italy. Featuring more than 130 artists from all around the world and nearly 300 photographs, this major project was curated by William Ewing and Holly Roussell. After Korea, China, Australia, New Zealand and France, Italy is the sixth country to host the exhibition. CIVILIZATION: VIVERE, SOPRAVVIVERE, BUON VIVERE can be seen until January 8, 2023.

BEYOND FASHION now in Seoul

Installation view of MAGIC SHOT – BEYOND FASHION at ALT.1, The Hyundai Seoul, Courtesy The Hyundai Seoul

Posted on 07 / 22 / 2022

BEYOND FASHION now in Seoul

After a year-long break due to COVID, our exhibition “Beyond Fashion” is back on tour this summer! It successfully opened one month ago at ALT.1, Hyundai Seoul, Korea, on June 17. With an innovative and interactive scenography, the exhibition has already welcomed thousands of visitors and is visible until September 25.

Curated by Nathalie Herschdorfer, the exhibition brings together the works of today’s most acclaimed fashion photographers as well as the newest generation who have looked anew at the potential of fashion photography and created an imagery that goes far beyond fashion.

Thomas Demand now at the UCCA Edge, Shanghai

Installation view of “Thomas Demand: The Stutter of History” at UCCA Edge,
Courtesy UCCA Center for Contemporary Art

Posted on 07 / 15 / 2022

Thomas Demand now at the UCCA Edge, Shanghai

We are excited to announce that our much awaited exhibition dedicated to Thomas Demand is now open to the public at the UCCA Edge in Shanghai!
This career-wide survey of Demand’s sculptural and photographic work captures the uncanny intersections of history, images, and architectonic forms. Showing over 70 photographs, films, and wallpapers that span the arc of Demand’s career, this exhibition, his first comprehensive survey in China, focuses on four important areas of the artist’s work: large-scale photographs that depict seemingly banal but historically significant scenarios reconstructed based on news or other source images; the personal “Dailies” constructed from images taken with his phone; photographic studies of paper models by architects and a fashion designer in the “Model Studies” series; and the artist’s moving image work.
“Being Human” on its way home

William Wegman: Being Human at the Seoul Art Center (2021) © Seoul Art Center, Korea

Posted on 01 / 13 / 2022

“Being Human” on its way home

Our exhibition “William Wegman: Being Human” successfully made its return home after ending its journey with a last stop in Korea at the Seoul Arts Center from September to December 2021. The exhibition was presented for the first time at Les Rencontres d’Arles in France in 2018 before travelling to five more venues in Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland and Netherlands. Featuring 100 photographs of his Weimaraner muses, most of them exhibited for the first time, the retrospective explored various themes such as fashion, design, history, art genres and avant-garde movements.

Arnold Newman at Kaunas Photography Gallery

Arnold Newman: Masterclass at the Kaunas Photography Gallery (2021) © Gintaras Česonis

Posted on 12 / 17 / 2021

Arnold Newman at Kaunas Photography Gallery

Our exhibition Arnold Newman: Masterclass successfully opened at Kaunas Photography Gallery in Lithuania on November 27. It will remain on view until January 9, 2022 before continuing its route north to Salo, Finland.

On this occasion, curator William A. Ewing was invited to give a video tour of the exhibition in which he discusses the exceptional quality and uniqueness of the American photographer’s work.

Click here to watch the full video tour.

More information about the show in Kaunas here.

Beyond Fashion was a huge success in China

Beyond Fashion at Xie Zilong Photography Museum, Changsha, China

Posted on 12 / 08 / 2021

Beyond Fashion was a huge success in China

From March to June this year, our exhibition Beyond Fashion was shown at Xie Zilong Photography Museum in Changsha, China. This latest venue was a major success, greeting more than 600,000 visitors, who had the chance to admire the work of the most acclaimed fashion photographers today, such as Nick Knight, Paolo Roversi, Peter Lindbergh, Miles Aldridge and Ellen von Unwerth, among others.

James Balog’s The Human Element among this Year’s Best Photo Books

The Human Element: A Time Capsule from the Anthropocene, published October 2021 by Rizzoli. Author James Balog, Text by Anne Wilkes Tucker, Foreword by James Fallows

Posted on 12 / 07 / 2021

James Balog’s The Human Element among this Year’s Best Photo Books

The major publication dedicated to James Balog is selected as one of the best photographic books of the year by The Times (London). The Human Element: A Time Capsule from the Anthropocene, published by Rizzoli, presents four decades of Balog’s research and photography. The illustrated oversized 400 page catalogue comprises a major text by curator Anne Tucker.

The Year’s Best Photo Books. Whether it’s power stations pumping out smoke or a blazing forest, the environmental photographer James Balog offers a harrowing look into the impact humans have on our planet.  With its hurricane-crumpled homes, tsunami-swallowed freighters and even playful doodles of tyre tracks on salt flats, this book can easily make a reader feel small. Yet it also inspires with its reverence and wonder, from the slow ache of ancient woodland and its gnarled sculptures, to the smoke-blackened faces of 
firefights up close.” —THE TIMES (LONDON)

Civilization is extended until mid-August

Civilization: The Way We Live Now at the Mucem, Marseille (2021) – Scénographie Emilie Delanne et Amélie Lauret – Février 2021 © François Deladerrière – Mucem

Posted on 06 / 25 / 2021

Civilization is extended until mid-August

We are thrilled to announce that Civilization – The Way We Live Now currently at the Mucem, Marseille is extended until August, 15. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the opening was delayed, but the exhibition could finally open to the public on May, 19. Civilization showcases more than 200 original prints by Massimo Vitali, Pieter Hugo, Lauren Greenfield, Wang Qingsong, Raphaël Dallaporta, Valérie Belin, Thomas Struth, Candida Höfer… Together, they draw a plural portrait of our time.

The exhibition has already greeted more than 20’000 visitors in Marseille (despite the fact that, during the first three weeks, the Mucem was limited to 50% attendance). If you can possibly imagine a trip to the south of France this summer, don’t miss the opportunity of seeing it!

Reopening of the Mucem, Marseille

Civilization – The Way We Live Now at the Mucem, Marseille (2021) – Scénographie Emilie Delanne et Amélie Lauret – Février 2021 © Francois Deladerrière – Mucem

Posted on 05 / 31 / 2021

Reopening of the Mucem, Marseille

The opening event of Civilization – The Way We Live Now at the Mucem, Marseille could only take place online in March as French museums were still closed due to Covid restrictions. But we are now delighted to announce that the exhibition is finally open to the public since the 19th of May! Bringing together young talents as well as renowned artists, the exhibition showcases more than 200 original prints by one hundred and ten photographers from five continents: Massimo Vitali, Pieter Hugo, Lauren Greenfield, Wang Qingsong, Raphaël Dallaporta, Valérie Belin, Thomas Struth, Candida Höfer… and many more! Plan your visit to the Mucem here.

Civilization in Marseille

Camille Étienne, Hélia Paukner and Stéphane Stasi, online opening of Civilization – Quelle époque ! © Hugo Blandel, Live Pictures 2021

Posted on 03 / 17 / 2021

Civilization in Marseille

Despite the fact that museums in France are still closed due to Covid restrictions, we are happy to announce that the exhibition Civilization – Quelle époque! was installed at Mucem Marseille and launched online on the 14th of March. If you missed the virtual opening, we invite you to watch it in replay by clicking on the following link: To the online opening
Civilization in New Zealand

Sheng-Wen Lo, Diergaarde Blijdorp Rotterdam, The Netherlands, from the series White Bear, 2016 © Sheng-Wen Lo

Posted on 07 / 15 / 2020

Civilization in New Zealand

The exhibition finally opened in June at the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki after being suspended due to the Covid lockdown. We are pleased to report a very positive response on the part of the public.

Following is a link to an interesting review on Civilization by John Hurrell, sent along from New Zealand:

http://eyecontactsite.com/2020/06/enthralling-global-photography

 

“Beyond Fashion” reaches Chinese audiences
Posted on 07 / 10 / 2020

“Beyond Fashion” reaches Chinese audiences

“Over the last 100 years, fashion photography forged an image of alluring beauty which, through time, encouraged a celebration of stereotypical ideals of beauty. These may be far from realistic but are always desirable. The work of younger fashion photographers included in this exhibition reveals how the myth is being challenged, pointing the way to a different future vision.” – Nathalie Herschdorfer, Curator

https://www.shine.cn/feature/art-culture/2006301162/

 

 

 

 

TimeOut takes a look at Beyond Fashion

A ball, The Cut / New York Magazine, 2013 © Ina Jang

 

Posted on 04 / 28 / 2020

TimeOut takes a look at Beyond Fashion

TimeOut features our Beyond Fashion exhibition at Shanghai Center of Photography (SCoP). We appreciate TimOut.com for recognizing our exhibition as ambitious: “it wants to engage fashion photography in the discussion of art – art with unique visual language rather than images created for ‘hard sell’.”

Read the article.

The exhibition was launched this month in Shanghai and will remain on view until July 25, 2020.

Welcome to Switzerland, William Wegman

The artist discusses his works with visitors during an opening event at MasiLugano (Museo d’arte della Svizzera italiana, Lugano, Switzerland) earlier this month

 

Posted on 09 / 30 / 2019

Welcome to Switzerland, William Wegman

Swiss friends in the South, Ticino and neighbouring Italy : meet William Wegman’s canine characters at MASI Lugano now through Jan. 6th. With “Being Human”—a retrospective featuring thirty years of the contemporary artist’s large-scale Polaroid and print production—Wegman’s Weimaraners are poised to conquer Europe after stops in Australia and New Zealand. “Being Human” made its sensational début at Les Rencontres d’Arles in 2018 and will continue on to the Hague, NL in 2020.

Civilization in review in The Conversation—”An important milestone exhibition”

Cyril Porchet, Untitled, from the series Crowd, 2014 © Cyril Porchet

Posted on 09 / 24 / 2019

Civilization in review in The Conversation—”An important milestone exhibition”

A recent review following the opening of FEP’s “Civilization: The Way We Live Now” at Australia’s National Gallery of Victoria notes: “A hallmark of a memorable exhibition is that it seduces the viewer through its sheer beauty, while at the same time making us question the reality that we inhabit.” Read more here at The Conversation’s website.

Posted on 03 / 06 / 2018

Hard Truths: our New York Times Exhibition previews in London

For three days in March, Sotheby’s London will host this groundbreaking exhibition, featuring five of the finest photojournalists working with the New York Times, before it embarks on its international tour.

For information on the exhibition and the special events around it please follow the link:

http://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/2018/hard-truths-prize-winning-photography.html

Todi Circle VI
Posted on 08 / 10 / 2017

Over five days this past June, 15 participants gathered in Umbria, Italy for this year’s Todi Circle, an intense if informal brainstorming meeting. A diverse group of experts in various fields—curators, dealers, collectors, historians, critics, academics and others—and of course photographers—reflected on a wide range of topics concerning the future of photography, while taking stock of the state of the art.

For more information about the annual event, click here.

Polaroid Project listed by artnet News as one of 19 travel-worthy exhibitions around the globe this season.

Charles Jourdan, 1978,
© The Guy Bourdin Estate 2017 / Courtesy of Louise Alexander Gallery

Posted on 06 / 06 / 2017

Polaroid Project listed by artnet News as one of 19 travel-worthy exhibitions around the globe this season.

We appreciate artnet.com for recognizing the importance of our exhibition, Polaroid Project: At the Intersection of Art and Technology, which has just opened at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, in Fort Worth, Texas.

This is the first stop on its international tour to Vienna, Hamburg, Berlin, Singapore, Montreal, etc. The Amon Carter exhibition lasts until September 3, 2017.

For the full ArtNet list of 19 shows visit this link.

Coming into Fashion on CNN

Sebastian Kim, Teen Vogue, 2011

Posted on 02 / 06 / 2017

Coming into Fashion on CNN

CNN features our Coming into Fashion exhibition at UCCA in Beijing on their website. Take a look!

http://edition.cnn.com/2017/02/05/arts/conde-nast-fashion-photography/index.html

In addition to this article, we are also receiving a great deal of attention from the international press, with articles in The Sun and the Daily Mail.

Coming into Fashion: opening event at the UCCA

(left to right) Philip Tinari, Angelica Cheung, Nathalie Herschdorfer, and Todd Brandow

Posted on 02 / 02 / 2017

Coming into Fashion: opening event at the UCCA

Coming into Fashion opened in Beijing on January 20 at Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (UCCA) with the support of Vogue China. The opening events included a fascinating panel discussion with Angelica Cheung, editor-in-chief Vogue China, FEP director Todd Brandow, and curator Nathalie Herschdorfer, moderated by UCCA director Philip Tinari.

Coming into Fashion in China
Posted on 12 / 21 / 2016

Coming into Fashion in China

After being seen by nearly 65,000 visitors in Taipei, Coming into Fashion is heading to Beijing to be presented at Ullens Center of Contemporary Art in association with Vogue China. It will open to the public on January 20th, 2017, with private viewings on January 18th and 19th.

For more information: http://ucca.org.cn/en/exhibition/coming-into-fashion-a-century-of-photography-at-conde-nast-2/

Vik Muniz at Indiana University Museum

Todd Brandow, Director (FEP), Vik Muniz, Arthur Ollman (Curator)

Posted on 10 / 03 / 2016

Vik Muniz at Indiana University Museum

On the heels of a successful Vik Muniz exhibition at Atlanta’s High Museum—where final attendance was 200,335—Sept. 30th saw the exhibition début at the Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University.

Coming into Fashion In Taiwan

Coming into Fashion in Taiwan

Posted on 09 / 26 / 2016

Coming into Fashion In Taiwan

Coming into Fashion continues the Asian segment of its international tour with a venue in the Taiwanese capital. The exhibition was launched this month in Taipei together with the 20th anniversary Vogue Taiwan gala, at the Huashan Creative Park, and will remain on view until November 27, 2016.

Curator of FEP’s Lee Friedlander exhibition to curate and oversee NY Public Library’s Print and Photograph Department
Posted on 07 / 27 / 2016

Curator of FEP’s Lee Friedlander exhibition to curate and oversee NY Public Library’s Print and Photograph Department

Joshua Chuang, curator of Lee Friedlander Books & Photographs 1969-2015 has recently been named the Miriam & Ira D. Wallach Associate Director for Art, Prints and Photographs, and The Robert B. Menschel Senior Curator of Photography by the New York Public Library. The former chief curator of the University of Arizona’s Center for Creative Photography (CCP) will join the NYPL team in August, 2016.

For the press release, click the following link: https://www.nypl.org/press/press-release/july-14-2016/new-york-public-library-names-joshua-chuang-miriam-ira-d-wallach

For more information about Lee Friedlander Books & Photographs 1969-2015 click here:https://www.fep-photo.org/exhibition/leefriedlanderbooks-and-images/

Todi Circle V
Posted on 07 / 01 / 2016

Once more, a small group of specialists in the field of photography met in a secluded part of Umbria, Italy, to discuss burning issues related to the theme, “The Futures of Photography”. All agreed, it was a great success!

For more information, click https://www.fep-photo.org/more/the-todi-circle/

Coming Into Fashion review in TIME Magazine

Peter Lindbergh, Vogue Italia, March 1989

Posted on 05 / 11 / 2016

Coming Into Fashion review in TIME Magazine

“While it’s about selling beauty, selling fashion, it’s also about selling dreams;” curator Nathalie Herschdorfer discusses the implications of fashion photography as well as aspects of the creative process behind the travelling exhibition, on view in Japan until May 22nd during KYOTOGRAPHIE.

Read the review in TIME LightBox here: Explore a Century of Fashion Photography at Condé Nast.

Kyotographie review in Le Monde

John Rawlings, American Vogue, March 1943

Posted on 05 / 03 / 2016

Kyotographie review in Le Monde

Buddhist temples, gardens and other historically significant sites serve as a backdrop for the fourth edition of Kyotographie, which features Coming into Fashion at the Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art Annex. Also included among the exhibitions is Finnish photographer and frequent FEP collaborator Arno Rafael Minkkinen, via YKSI: Mouth of the River, Snake in the Water, Bones of the Earth, at the Ryosokuin (Kenninji Temple).

Article in Le Monde in French (subscribers only) here: A Kyoto, la photo s’invite dans les sanctuaires.

“The main ingredient for art-making is experiences”—Vik Muniz at the NYPL

George Stinney Jr., 2015. From the Album series

Posted on 05 / 02 / 2016

“The main ingredient for art-making is experiences”—Vik Muniz at the NYPL

Published on occasion of the Vik Muniz exhibition currently touring North America, the accompanying catalog was also the occasion for a recent artist dialogue and book signing at the New York Public Library. The conversation between Vik Muniz and curator Arthur Ollman can be streamed or downloaded at the following link:

Vik Muniz at the New York Public Library.

Coming into Fashion at KYOTOGRAPHIE
Posted on 04 / 28 / 2016

Coming into Fashion at KYOTOGRAPHIE

The fourth edition of KYOTOGRAPHIE international photography festival presents Coming Into Fashion: A Century of Photography at Condé Nast at Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art Annex. The exhibition, which traces the influence of fashion photography on visual culture through the Condé Nast archive, is one of 15 exhibitions viewed through the lens of connectivity, birth, life and death explored by the festival’s theme, The Circle of Life.

For more information, click here.

Arnold Newman: Masterclass in session in Boca Raton

Marcel Duchamp, painter and sculptor, New York. 1942.

Posted on 04 / 21 / 2016

Arnold Newman: Masterclass in session in Boca Raton

Arnold Newman: Masterclass is now on view at the Boca Raton Museum of Art in Florida. The exhibition includes over 150 vintage black and white photographs which showcase Newman’s talent. It presents his most well-known portraits, in addition to early street photography, architectural studies, and still lifes, as well as sheets with zoom and crop marks, which have never been shown publicly.

Click here for more information.

For a review of Masterclass in the Washington Post, click here: ‘I can’t photograph “the soul,” but I can show and tell you something fundamental’: A look at Arnold Newman’s master class.

Coming into Fashion debuts in Tokyo

Curator and art historian Nathalie Herschdorfer

Posted on 03 / 24 / 2016

Coming into Fashion debuts in Tokyo

The opening of Coming Into Fashion: A Century of Photography at Condé Nast on March 18th, 2016 at Chanel’s Nexus Hall attracted over 200 Tokyoites, including celebrities and the fashion crowd.

For more information, click here.

Edward S. Curtis: 100 Masterworks reviewed by the Los Angeles Times
Posted on 03 / 02 / 2016

Edward S. Curtis: 100 Masterworks reviewed by the Los Angeles Times

In a recent article on our exhibition “Edward S. Curtis: 100 Masterworks,” currently on view at the Palm Springs Art Museum, the Los Angeles Times lauded the beautiful merging of art and ethnography in the American photographer’s work.

Read the article by clicking here.

Vik Muniz opened on February 28th in Atlanta
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Vik Muniz opened on February 28th in Atlanta

Vik Muniz is on view at the High Museum of Art, Atlanta. This retrospective exhibition includes over one hundred photographs which showcase the Brazilian artist’s diverse and innovative talents. Installation photos coming soon…

For more information, click here.

The Best Photography Books of 2015
Posted on 12 / 21 / 2015

The Best Photography Books of 2015

Our “Edward S. Curtis: 100 Masterworks” book among the Best Photography Books of 2015 in the Daily Beast.

‘Coming into Fashion’ in Monterrey, Mexico
Posted on 10 / 22 / 2015

‘Coming into Fashion’ in Monterrey, Mexico

The Coming into Fashion show opens today at the MARCO, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey. After having been shown at the Franz Mayer Museum in Mexico City, the exhibition has been installed in a beautiful new space.

Posted on 09 / 04 / 2015

Edward Steichen in Moscow

Our In High Fashion, The Condé Nast Years 1923-1937 show opens at the Multimedia Art Museum of Moscow on September 8, 2015. This is the final venue of a very successful tour that began in 2008. The prints will then be returned to their home at the Condé Nast Archive in New York.

Posted on 08 / 05 / 2015

Coming into Fashion opening in Mexico

1500 people attended the opening of Coming into Fashion at the Museo Franz Mayer in Mexico City. Vanity Fair Mexico organized a VIP event to launch the show.

The Todi Circle convened again for the fourth year at the Todi Castle Estate in Umbria
Posted on 07 / 17 / 2015

The Todi Circle convened again for the fourth year at the Todi Castle Estate in Umbria

The Todi Circle convened again for the fourth year running at the Todi Castle Estate in Umbria. Each year the Circle brings together twelve experts in the field of photography for spontaneous conversations on our medium.

Our guests this year included Denise Bethel, David Campany, Joshua Chuang, Philip Gefter, Carlos Gollonet,
Katy Grannan, 
Mishka Henner, Marloes Krijnen, Richard Misrach, Priska Pasquer,
Andrew Sanigar, Leo Xu, and Francesco Zanot.

We were joined for our final event by Tobia Bezzola, director of the Folkwang Museum, Essen, the noted collector Thomas Walther from Zurich and curator Francesca Fabiani from MAXXI in Rome. As always, our brainstorming sessions on the “futures” of photography were extremely dynamic and fruitful.

For more information, click here.

Posted on 05 / 22 / 2015

Vik Muniz at the High Museum in 2016

FEP and the High Museum of Art will be co-organizing a major exhibition on Vik Muniz which will open at the High Museum on February 28, 2016.

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Minkkinen newly named Guggenheim Fellow

Arno Rafael Minkkinen was recently named a 2015 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellow.

Posted on 04 / 01 / 2015

Over 2000 people at the CIF opening in Moscow

Over 2000 people visited the exhibition Coming into Fashion during its first day, on March 27, at the the Multimedia Art Museum of Moscow.

For more information, click here and here.

Posted on 03 / 17 / 2015

William Ewing talks about Edward Steichen

In High Fashion: Edward Steichen, The Condé Nast Years is currently shown at the WestLicht Schauplatz für Fotografie in Vienna. William Ewing, who curated the exhibition with Todd Brandow and Nathalie Herschdorfer, talks about the exhibition. Click on the link here for a guided tour.

Posted on 12 / 08 / 2014

Coming into Fashion opened at the Norton Museum of Art

Coming into Fashion: A Century of Photography at Condé Nast has just opened at the Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach. The exhibition is on view through February 22, 2015. For more information, click here.

CNN talks about Edward Steichen: In High Fashion
Posted on 11 / 25 / 2014

CNN talks about Edward Steichen: In High Fashion

CNN wrote a great article on our exhibition “Edward Steichen: In High Fashion”, currently on view at The Photographer’s Gallery in London.

Read the article on CNN by clicking here.

Posted on 11 / 04 / 2014

In High Fashion: Edward Steichen opened on October 31 at The Photographer’s Gallery, London

This is the UK premiere of Edward Steichen: In High Fashion, The Condé Nast Years 1923-1937 which includes over 200 vintage prints, many on public display during this exhibition tour for the first time since the 1930s.

For more information, click here.

Arnold Newman: Masterclass opened on October 23 in San Francisco
Posted on 11 / 03 / 2014

Arnold Newman: Masterclass opened on October 23 in San Francisco

Arnold Newman: Masterclass is on view at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco. The exhibition includes 200 vintage black and white photographs which showcase Newman’s talent. It presents his most famous portraits, in addition to early street photography, architectural studies, and still lifes, as well as sheets with zoom and crop marks, which have never been shown publicly.

For more information, click here.

Lorna Simpson retrospective opens this week in Andover
Posted on 09 / 16 / 2014

Lorna Simpson retrospective opens this week in Andover

Lorna Simpson: A Retrospective opens on September 20 at the Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover. The exhibition presents more than 30 years of the artist’s work across the mediums of photography, film, video, and drawing.

Click on the image to know more…

Five other exhibitions are opening this fall:

Christ Faust: Revisiting Twain’s Mississippi opened on August 15 at the Minnesota Marine Art Museum, Winona

Stuart Klipper : The World in a Few States opened on September 11 at Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, Michigan

Arnold Newman: Masterclass opens on October 23 at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco

In High Fashion: Edward Steichen, The Condé Nast Years 1923-1937 opens on October 31 at The Photographer’s Gallery, London

Coming into Fashion: A Century of Photography at Condé Nast opens on November 20 at the Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach

‘Zeitlos schön’ in Zurich for the Summer period
Posted on 07 / 19 / 2014

‘Zeitlos schön’ in Zurich for the Summer period

The ‘Coming into Fashion’ exhibition (“Zeitlos schön” in German) has opened in Zurich on July 10. The show is held in a beautiful environment on lake Zurich. The Museum Bellerive is part of the Museum für Gestaltung, Switzerland’s leading design and visual communication museum.

Lorna Simpson retrospective now in England
Posted on 04 / 29 / 2014

Lorna Simpson retrospective now in England

The Lorna Simpson show is held at the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art until June 22. The exhibition presents more than 30 years of the artist’s work across the mediums of photography, film, video, and drawing.

‘Papier glacé’ at Palais Galliera in Paris
Posted on 03 / 04 / 2014

‘Papier glacé’ at Palais Galliera in Paris

The ‘Coming into Fashion’ exhibition opened in Paris on March 1st to great success after three evenings of private viewings to special guests. Vogue Paris is a partner of the exhibition presented at Palais Galliera. Curator Nathalie Herschdorfer talks about the show on French TV and radio:

Replay Le Grand Soir 3 and France Inter

And in the newspaper Libération.

Success of the Steichen exhibition in Australia
Posted on 02 / 05 / 2014

Success of the Steichen exhibition in Australia

More than 33,000 visitors so far at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne. The Steichen show is held until March 2, 2014.

Posted on 11 / 20 / 2013

Curator Joan Simon talks about the show

Following a critically acclaimed opening in Paris at the Jeu de Paume (May 28-Sept. 1, 2013), the Lorna Simpson exhibition  has merited Simpson’s selection as a finalist for the Deutsche Börse Photography prize 2014. The Jeu de Paume show received extensive press coverage in print and blogs as well as radio and television media and was accompanied by prominent posters in the métro featuring images from Simpson’s video installation Chess (2013). With the generous sponsorship of the Terra Foundation, the Jeu de Paume hosted a series of roundtables with scholars, artists, catalogue contributors, and the show’s curator. In October 2013 Lorna Simpson began its tour at Munich’s Haus der Kunst (Oct. 25, 2013-Feb. 2, 2014).

This touring version of the show is larger than the Jeu de Paume installation. It includes all of the works exhibited there while also featuring a new large-scale dual screen projection of Simpson’s video Momentum (2010), twenty five collages created with images published in Ebony magazine amplified with ink drawing by the artist (2013), and the photo/sculpture combine Players (2013), all of which demonstrate Simpson’s use of found images to explore new forms of gestures and re-enactments, the underlying theme and formal strategy of Simpson’s work since the 1980’s.

Building on her  practice of recuperating vintage photographs purchased on eBay – such as inexpensive photo booth shots (presented in bronze frames, like the related drawings of details of  Gather, 2008, and Please remind me of who I am, 2009) as well as an album of staged images of an anonymous woman and man taken in Los Angeles in 1957 for her epic 1957-2009 (2009) (constituted of 298 photographs and in which Simpson performs in her work for the first time to re-enact both female and male poses seen in poses of  the original images that are also part of the work) – Simpson continues to collect vintage photographs and to use them in new ways.

The source images for Players (2013) came from a Baltimore newspaper archive. Simpson purchased many 8 x 10 glossies, photographs that bore crop marks and scale indications and, at times, handwriting of additional instructions for the analog process of newspaper publishing that existed from the 1940’s to the early 1980’s. Simpson reproduced the original images of these “found” photographs of basketball players by slightly enlarging the images via a digital archival pigment process. The digital prints were further enhanced with Simpson’s hand-painted details to replicate the surface of marks that appear on the originals, where china marker and gouache were used to indicate crop marks and silhouettes. This alteration by the artist mimics the contrast between hand-painted indications and the surface of the originals’ photographic paper.

Simpson’s installation pairs each of her newly made aluminum-framed photographs with a sculptural aluminum form that isolates and abstracts the basketball (or basketballs) seen in each photograph. The specific three-dimensional orb is translated to a concave shape positioned within the overall gray field of each aluminum box. The photographs are presented right-side up, upside-down, and horizontally, oftentimes contrary to the way they were published, as are their corresponding aluminum boxes.

Congratulations to Lorna Simpson and Arno Rafael Minkkinen
Posted on 11 / 13 / 2013

Congratulations to Lorna Simpson and Arno Rafael Minkkinen

Following a critically acclaimed opening in Paris at the Jeu de Paume in May 2013, the Lorna Simpson exhibition has merited Simpson’s selection as a finalist for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2014. And on October 27, 2013, Arno Rafael Minkkinen received the prestigious Lucie Award for lifetime achievement in fine art photography.

First-rate installations and enthusiastic public response
Posted on 11 / 05 / 2013

First-rate installations and enthusiastic public response

During two whirlwind weeks in October, which took us to Australia and Germany, we launched Edward Steichen: In High Fashion at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, and our Lorna Simpson retrospective at the Haus der Kunst in Munich. We were delighted with the first-rate installations at both institutions, as well as the enthusiastic public response.

Success for Lorna Simpson at the Jeu de Paume, Paris
Posted on 09 / 04 / 2013

Success for Lorna Simpson at the Jeu de Paume, Paris

42’000 visitors came to discover the exhibition !

Five openings in five weeks!
Posted on 05 / 21 / 2013

Five openings in five weeks!

Coming into Fashion opens on June 14 at the City Art Centre in Edinburgh.

Lorna Simpson has opened on May 27 at the Jeu de Paume, Paris.

Arnold Newman: Masterclass opens on June 26 at the San Diego Museum of Art.

Edward Steichen: In High Fashion, the Condé Nast Years, 1923-1937 opens on June 27 at FOAM, Amsterdam.

Optic Nerve: the Continuing Saga of Arno Rafael Minkkinen opens on July 1 at Les Rencontres d’Arles.

The EDWARD STEICHEN book published in Japanese
Posted on 04 / 30 / 2013

The EDWARD STEICHEN book published in Japanese

Our book on Edward Steichen is published in June by the venerable Japanese publishing house, Iwanami Shoten, to celebrate their 100th anniversary.

Newman at the Harry Ransom Center and Steichen at the Reynolda House
Posted on 02 / 23 / 2013

Newman at the Harry Ransom Center and Steichen at the Reynolda House

In February 2013, we have opened two new shows in the US :

the Arnold Newman retrospective at the Harry Ransom Center in Austin, Texas

Harry Ransom Center

the Edward Steichen work made for Vogue and Vanity Fair at the Reynolda House Museum of American Art in Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Reynolda House

Two FEP shows open in January 2013
Posted on 01 / 19 / 2013

Two FEP shows open in January 2013

Coming into Fashion at Art Basel Miami Beach
Posted on 12 / 03 / 2012

Coming into Fashion at Art Basel Miami Beach

From December 6 through 9, a selection of prints from COMING INTO FASHION will be exhibited at Art Basel Miami Beach, the most prestigious art show in the Americas.

Arnold Newman show in the Hague
Posted on 10 / 15 / 2012

Arnold Newman show in the Hague

Our Arnold Newman retrospective has opened on October 13 in the Fotomuseum Den Haag, that belongs to the Gemeentemuseum in the Hague, the Netherlands.

Arnold Newman Masterclass in the Fotomuseum Den Haag

Edward Steichen’s Glamour Photography
Posted on 10 / 12 / 2012

Edward Steichen’s Glamour Photography

Today opens the Edward Steichen show at the Taft Museum of Art in Cincinnati. An opportunity to discover the glamourous images made in the 1920s-1930s when Steichen was Chief Photographer at Vogue and Vanity Fair.

Great opening of Coming into Fashion

© David von Becker

Posted on 08 / 21 / 2012

Great opening of Coming into Fashion

4500 visitors attended the opening at the C/O Berlin on August 17th.

Launching of Coming into Fashion in Berlin
Posted on 08 / 14 / 2012

Launching of Coming into Fashion in Berlin

The Coming into Fashion show opens at C/O Berlin on August 17th. The exhibition looks at 100 years of fashion photography and provides a unique opportunity to see the work of 75 photographers represented in the Condé Nast Archive in New York, Paris, London and Milan.

Posted on 05 / 03 / 2012

The Polaroid Project.

FEP, in connection with MIT in Cambridge and Thames & Hudson in London, is pleased to announce the debut of a major project on Polaroid photography, to open at MIT in 2015/16 and then travel internationally. FEP has received a Land Fund grant to begin curatorial research. The show will cover all aspects of art, science and technology as relates to Polaroid. Curators are William A. Ewing, Barbara Hitchcock [art], Deborah Douglas and Gary Van Zante [science & technology].

Click here to read more in The Art Newspaper

Guided tours of “Arnold Newman : Masterclass”

© David von Becker

Posted on 03 / 23 / 2012

Guided tours of “Arnold Newman : Masterclass”

William A. Ewing will give two public “lessons” at the C/O Berlin on Saturday March 24 and on Sunday March 25 at 4 pm.

“Arnold Newman: Masterclass” was launched in Berlin

© David von Becker

Posted on 03 / 12 / 2012

“Arnold Newman: Masterclass” was launched in Berlin

More than 2’000 visitors attended the opening at C/O Berlin on March 2nd.

Posted on 02 / 07 / 2012

Edward Steichen in Milan last days

The Star Power show, held at Galleria Carla Sozzani, Milan, ends on the 12th of February.

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