Benefit Photo Auction for Survival International's movementThe Little Black Gallery supports the Survival International Benefit Photo Auction with Paddle8, which goes live from 11-25 May 2015.
This auction of contemporary photography, curated by Ghislain Pascal of The Little Black Gallery, is raising the much needed funds for Survival International. It includes images donated by some of the world's best known photographers and some of the hottest emerging new names, such as Yann Arthus-Bertrand, Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher, Giovanni Cipriani, Bob Carlos Clarke, Nick Cobbing, Marco Glaviano and many others.
Survival International is the global movement for tribal peoples’ rights. It champions tribal peoples around the world, helping them defend their lives, protect their lands and determine their own futures.
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L'insensé - British photographers
Les Beatles et les Rolling Stones, Oxford et Cambridge, Shakespeare et Agatha Christie, qui dit mieux ? Conduite à gauche, première femme Premier Ministre, non à l?euro... oui à la différence ! Alors, la photo dans tout ça, une institution ou une nouvelle donne ? Même s?il est audacieux et vain de vouloir désigner un style photographique anglais, il se dégage à travers ce choix d?images que nous publions comme un parfum culturel des plus insensés. Nous retrouvons les thématiques britanniques que l?on connaît si bien : ce goût raffiné pour la nature, le théâtre, les mises en scène élaborées, l?humour, la critique sociale...Ainsi, en ouverture de la revue, Tim Walker nous donne à...
Auction : photographs Selected by James Danziger Christie’s announces the single owner sale Photographs, Selected by James Danziger, which will be offered in London on 22 May, to coincide with the week of Photo London. The 103 works in this auction were collected over a thirty-year period by American gallerist and collector James Danziger, who was the youngest ever picture editor of The Sunday Times Magazine when he took the role in 1978. With estimates ranging from £1,000 – £30,000, the variety of material in this sale provides a great opportunity for new and discerning collectors to either build or add to existing collections.
The selection made by James Danziger charts a broad range of photography’s potential – here are images that illustrate advances in science, the fight for social and political freedom and, of course, the ce...
Exhibition "Color" at the CWC Gallery in Berlin
The exhibition Color presents over 100 photographs various positions of artistic color photography and gives with works of path breaking artists like Edward Steichen, Jeanlopu Sieff, Helmut Newton, William Eggleston, Stephen Shore, Jeff Koons up to Nadav Kander, Robert Polidori or Martin Schoeller insights into the development of the handling and the aesthetisication of color within the field of photography,
Beyond the usual process of colorizing black and white prints afterwards colour photography established itself from the 1930s onwards first within fashion and advertisement photography and quickly became an essential tool for the mass media and the entertainment industry. Colour used to pertain an adequate tool to describe the world how it could be in our imagination and wishes – colour outlines, accentu...
I WANT IT ALL : Exhibition of photographs of film stars, rock legends, cooks and queensThe Little Black Gallery, supported by Towergate Camerasure, is proud to announce its autumn show I WANT IT ALL, an exhibition of photographs of film stars, rock legends, cooks and queens.
The exhibition includes images of the following stars:
The Beatles (Michael McCartney)
Dean Martin (Terry O’Neill)
David Bowie (Terry O’Neill)
Marilyn Monroe (Bert Stern)
James Dean (Richard Miller)
Kate Moss (Tony McGee)
HRH Queen Elizabeth II (Chris Levine)
Marco Pierre White (Bob Carlos Clarke)
Jimi Hendrix (Gered Mankowitz)
Elvis Presley (Alfred Wertheimer)
Billy Idol (Patrick McMullan)
Keith Richards (Bob Carlos Clarke)
Michael Jackson (Alan Davidson)
The Rolling Stones (Willie Christie)
Mick Jagger (Bob Carlos Clarke)
Jean Shrimpton and Terence Stamp (Terry O’Neill)