Vente de Photographies anciennes, modernes et contemporaines à la maison Ader
Photographies anciennes par :
M. Aleo, Alinari, E. Atget, G. de Beaucorps, A. Braun, D. Charnay, Chevojon, G. Cromer, E. S. Curtis, Disdéri, T. Dumas, P. Géniaux, L. Gimpel, E. Huard, C. Lallemand, G. Le Gray, Charles Marville, L. Misonne, C. Moon, F. Moulin, P. Petit, G. v. Plüschow, G. Poulet, S. Rimathé, F. Rinehart, G. Sommer, H. Stevens, J. v. Wiesner et divers.
Exceptionnel réunion de quatre négatifs verre au collodion par Adolphe Braun, de formats monumentaux. Les plus grands négatifs du 19e siècle.
Rare daguerréotype mexicain.
Beaux ensembles de plaques de verre colorisées par Paul Géniaux et d’autochromes par Léon Gimpel.
Photographies modernes et contemporaines par :
L. Albin G...
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...
Christian Vogt, Daniel Schwartz - Spacesn the exhibition entitled "Spaces", Zur Stockeregg Gallery features two outstanding Swiss photographers: Christian Vogt and Daniel Schwartz. The works of both artists are explored from an angle of spatiality - the term "space" being used in a broader sense, thus comprising both nature and interiors as well as adhering to spatial and temporal extension.
Christian Vogt and Daniel Schwartz - how different are both their pictorial languages and their choices of motives! Yet, in one aspect, the oeuvres of these two photographic fixed stars are congruent, after all: both result from the extensive examination of a particular field of photographic interest. Vogt and Schwartz take the time to find the perfect setting; neither would press the release button repeatedly on the same subject to select the best p...