F. c. Gundlach
« Supermodels – Then and Now » at Camera Work GalleryThe self-curated exhibition shows more than 100 works of the best-known artists and a selection of outstanding fashion portrait and nude photography of the most famous supermodels of the last few decades.
According to Thomas P.Campbell, director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, a worldwide successful model needs to be able to inspire the designer and to represent his intention. In this way a model can obtain a special iconic status and her face can become an own brand. In art, the motif of a supermodel has developed into an international scheduled genre which brings up maximum prices in auctions. The CWC Gallery appreciates this development with the group exhibition Supermodels - Then and Now and presents outstanding works of photographic history from the extensive collection of Camera Work AG and partly never seen ...
CWC GALLERY presents « Supermodels – Then and Now »
CWC GALLERY is pleased to present the group exhibition Supermodels – Then and Now. The self-curated exhibition shows more than 100 works of the best-known artists and a selection of outstanding fashion-, portrait and nude photography of the most famous supermodels of the last few decades.
According to Thomas P. Campbell, director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, a worldwide successful model needs to be able to inspire the designer and to represent his intention. In this way a model can obtain a special iconic status and her face can become an own brand. In art, the motif of a supermodel has developed into an international scheduled genre which brings up maximum prices in auctions. The CWC GALLERY appreciates this development with the group exhibition »Supermodels – Then and Now« and pr...
THREE, F.C. Gundlach, Ethan Levitas, Yijun (Pixy) Liao
The Hagedorn Foundation Gallery is pleased to present THREE, a selection of works from F.C. Gundlach (b.1926), Ethan Levitas (b.1971) and Yijun (Pixy) Liao (b.1979). Each photographer reveals a generational perspective on female appearance and identity. Organized by Elisabeth Biondi -curator, critic and former photo editor of The New Yorker - the underlying theme of this exhibition focuses on the dissimilarities among artworks that are based on similar subject matter.
Ms. Biondi’s interest in the individual artist’s approach to a common subject emerged over her tenure as director of visuals and photography at various landmark lens-oriented publications – American Geo, Vanity Fair, Stern (Germany) and The New Yorker - for many of which her work created the visual identity
She states, “ A...
Fashion - The story of a lifetime, Noorderlicht Photogallery
Noorderlicht Photogallery pays a tribute to fashion photography in its summer exhibition FASHION – The Story of a Lifetime. The exhibition shows vintage work from celebrated international fashion photographers and provides a unique overview of haute couture in the 20th century.
Noorderlicht brings together work by celebrated names such as Lillian Bassman, F.C. Gundlach, Frank Horvat, William Klein, Sarah Moon, Norman Parkinson, Melvin Sokolsky and Albert Watson. Their iconic photos – spread over the decades – are both timeless and profoundly linked to their times. The photographers introduced a totally new form of fashion photography and at the same time made this into a lifestyle. For them, fashion was literally the “Story of a Lifetime”.
FASHION – The Story of a Lifetime s...
The Heartbeat of Fashion As Inspired - F.C. GundlachHoward Greenberg Gallery is pleased to present „The Heartbeat of Fashion As Inspired by F.C. Gundlach“. Originally conceived by collector, photographer, and publisher F.C. Gundlach, „The Heartbeat of Fashion“ illustrates the history of fashion photography in the broadest sense anddocuments how fashion is a central part of our lives. It re-examines the role of the fashion photograph and the ways in which fashion reflects the ideas and attitudes of the times. Fashion and the fashion photograph are broadly interpreted as more than just a means to sell clothing; they have to anticipate trends and visualize ideas through images that are identifiable. "The catwalks of the world are no longer to be found in the protected zones of the fashion metropolises; they have moved onto the streets and into th...
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...