Barbara Morgan était une photographe américaine (1900-1992).
Barbara Morgan (July 8, 1900 – August 17, 1992) was an American photographer best known for her depictions of modern dancers. She was a co-founder of the photography magazine Aperture.
Outstanding Prints for Inventory ReductionBen Breard decided to lighten his inventory. Here are some of the photographs that you can buy :
Martha Graham-Letter to the World (Kick), 1940 by Barbara Morgan (1900-1992)
Silver gelatin print, image size 9½ x 11 (24 x 33 cm.), signed on recto and titled on verso in artist's hand: $3,500 (normally $4,000).
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Vegetable Market, Chichicastenango, Guatemala by Carolyn Brown
Archival pigment print, image size 12 x 12 inches (30 x 30 cm.), signed: $550 (normally $750). All the activity and the colors make this print a joy to experience! Carolyn Brown can also make a 30 x 30 or 40 x 40 print.
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Lightening, Summer Thunderstorm, 1989 by William Lesch (b. 1951)
Archival ink pigment print, image size 24 x 29½ inches ...
Auction of classic photographs & Photobooks in Swann Galleries', December 12
BOOKS ON SEX AND SEXUALITY, ANDY WARHOL PHOTOGRAPHS, NEWS IMAGES OF THE KENNEDY ASSASSINATION FEATURED IN SWANN GALLERIES’ DECEMBER 12 AUCTION OF CLASSIC PHOTOGRAPHS & PHOTOBOOKS
New York—Swann Galleries’ December 12 auction of Classic Photographs & Photobooks offers many examples of envelope-pushing photobooks exploring sexual themes, a run of Pop Art works in the photographic medium by Andy Warhol and a group of ephemeral news images of the assassination of JFK and its aftermath.
Among the sex books by Japanese artists are Document Kouen, in which photographer Kohei Yoshiyuki captured nighttime rendezvous in Tokyo parks circa 1980 (pre-sale estimate: $800 to $1,200); Ikko Kagari’s Document Tsuken Densha [Document Tsuken Express Train], which documents the “ch...
« Songs and the Sky » : An exhibition of art and music Bruce Silverstein Gallery is pleased to present « Songs and the Sky », an exhibition of art and music.
© Barbara Morgan
Artworks by Lisette Model, Barbara Morgan, Aaron Siskind, Frederick Sommer, and Alfred Stieglitz will be paired with musical compositions by Ernest Bloch, John Cage, Arnold Schoenberg, Henry Cowell, and Christopher Washburne. Historically and conceptually relevant musical compositions were chosen to provoke, compliment, enhance, and challenge a reading of the visual artworks. Music served as literal or ideological inspiration for these artists, who sought to create work with the equivalent potential to communicate or translate abstract concepts directly.
© Lisette Model
The exhibition title derives from Alfred Stieglitz’s historic series, Songs of ...
Exhibition : « Some Very Good Pictures » curated by Gerry BadgerAn exchange of AnzenbergerGallery and Galerie Johannes Faber
© Barbara Morgan
This spring the AnzenbergerGallery turns her back to the field of contemporary photography for a short time and shows masterpieces of classical modernism. The exhibition will be curated by the well-known photo critic and writer Gerry Badger, who selected his personal favorites of the collection of Johannes Faber. At the same time the Faber Gallery presents photographs of seven contemporary artists of the AnzenbergerGallery.
© Reiner Riedler
In collaboration with Johannes Faber, the Anzenberger Gallery is pleased to present a selection of fine vintage photographs, by some of the established masters of the medium, available in a range of prices from the bottom end of the fine photograph collecting spectr...
Exoposition : « Qui a peur des femmes photographes ? 1839-1945 »L’ambition première de l’exposition présentée au musée d’Orsay et au musée de l’Orangerie du 13 octobre 2015 au 25 janvier 2016, intitulée Qui a peur des femmes photographes ? est de rompre avec l’idée encore largement partagée selon laquelle la photographie, outil mécanico-chimique de reproduction, serait une simple affaire de technique et donc « d’hommes » : qu’elles aient été amateures des classes privilégiées ou, comme de plus en plus souvent au tournant des 19e et 20equ’auteures, un rôle plus important dans l’histoire de ce moyen d’expression que dans celle de chacun des beaux-
arts traditionnels. S’appuyant sur des recherches nouvelles comme ...
Collective Exhibition « Portraits of the photographer » in Berlin
ANITA NEUGEBAUER – photo art basel.
Portrait of the Photographer, Gallery Owner and Collector
‘I wanted to get to know the people who reveal my inner life with their pictures.’
Anita Neugebauer (born in 1916 in Berlin) studied photography at the Contempora – Lehrateliers für neue Werkkunst in Berlin in the 1930s. She is among the avantgarde of photo gallery owners and her collection includes masterpieces classic 20th-century photography. Her gallery photo art basel (1976 – 2004) was one of the first to promote the public presentation of photography at a time when it was not yet being collected as art or exhibited in museums. Neugebauer’s photo exhibitions with Robert Doisneau, Gisèle Freund, Ruth Mayerson Gilbert, René M&aum...
FASHION 9 decades of fashion photography
Gallery Camera Work in Berlin presents from September 20th until November 15th an exhibition of fashion photography of the 20th and 21st centuries. This group exhibition provides a representative overview of the development of fashion photography from its beginnings in the 1920s to the present time. With over 250 works of a total of 65 photographers - many of which are vintages - one can trace the different trends of fashion photography.
The spectrum of the photographs on display ranges from the sometimes classic compositions of an Edward Steichen to the experimental photographs of Man Ray, from the sexual revolution to the resulting emancipation of women as shown for example by Helmut Newton, from the cool elegance of the 1990s - influenced by Peter Lindbergh - to the highly imaginative works of a Tim Walker. On...