George Tice | Americain, 1938 -
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...
Sale : Photography New york New yorkArtnet Auctions is pleased to present Photography: New York, New York, an auction dedicated to the city that never sleeps, with works ranging in value from $1,500 to 25,000.
The works included range from turn of the century to present day, and capture the beauty and spirit of the city and those who inhabit it. This auction features works by renowned photographers such as Diane Arbus, Paul Strand, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Nan Goldin, Robert Longo, Stephen Wilkes, Aaron Siskind, Ruth Orkin, Leonard Freed, Edward Pfizenmaier, William Klein, Berenice Abbott, Ernst Haas, Tom Baril, Garry Winogrand, Josef Hoflehner, and George Tice.
© Berenice Abbott (American, 1898–1991)
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...
Vente Christie's: Agathe Gaillard, souvenirs d'une pionnière de la photographie
Christie’s a l’honneur d’annoncer la vente, le 14 novembre 2013, de photographies provenant de la collection personnelle d’Agathe Gaillard. Cet ensemble de 169 tirages est le fruit de rencontres et de coups de cœur de celle qui ouvrit la première galerie d’art parisienne consacrée à la photographie, rue du Pont Louis Philippe. De son ouverture à l’été 1975, jusqu’à sa fermeture en 2013, la galerie Agathe Gaillard aura organisé 250 expositions, consacrées à des créateurs aussi essentiels qu’André Kertesz ou Manuel Alvarez Bravo, accueilli des monstres sacrés comme Henri Cartier-Bresson et aidé à l’éclosion de jeunes talents comme Hervé Guibert ou Bernard Faucon. Elle a également accompagné l’incroyable éclosion de ...
A mid-season Photographs sale composed of high-quality 20th and 21st Century works on January 31, 2008.
Viewing 25 - 30 January
25-26 January, 10am - 5pm
27 January, 12pm - 5pm
28-30 January, 10am - 5pm
Reception 24 January 6-8pm
Please view our Photographs catalogue online and read more about the sale on our website www.phillipsdepury.com.
Exhibition : « Platinium » at Atlas GalleryAtlas Gallery's press release
A new exhibition at Atlas Gallery will showcase the beauty of the platinum print through the work of diverse international photographers and artists from the early 20th century to the present day.
Platinum-palladium is a traditional printing technique, dating from the 19th century, favoured by photographers and collectors due to the tonal range of the prints. Platinum prints are amongst the most permanent man-made objects – it is thought that a platinum image, properly preserved, can last more than 5000 years.
The painterly quality of the platinum print was embraced by masters of photographer in the early 20th Century such as Edward Steichen and Alfred Stieglitz, who called the process ‘the prince of all media’. This quality, coupled with the tonal depth has le...
Exhibition : « The Winter Solstice » Scott Nichols Gallery is please to announce The Winter Solstice a collection of photographs celebrating the changing of the season and the festivities associated with this time of the year. Cultures from around the world have interpreted winter as the season of rebirth and the end of the harvest. Over the centuries we have changed and redefined the meaning of wintertime.
Howard Bond, Ontario Farm, 1981
Featuring photographs ranging from the vintage to the contemporary, and landscape to documentary, The Winter Solstice explores the rich and complex history humanity has shared with the wintertide. Images of snow, people keeping warm to stave off the cold, and wintertime frolicking not only show a view beyond the shores but a collection of shared experiences.
Featuring photographs by Edward Weston, Brett West...
Without Adornment: Photographs by George Tice
In celebration of New Jersey photographer George Tice’s 75th birthday, and his 60 years in photography, the University Galleries at William Paterson University in Wayne presents the exhibition “Without Adornment: Photographs by George Tice,” from September 9 through December 13, 2013. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and on September 15 and 29, October 6 and 13, November 10, 17 and 24, and December 8 from noon to 4 p.m. Admission is free. An opening reception for the exhibition will be held on Sunday, September 22 from 2 to 4 p.m. Mark Hillringhouse, a photographer, poet, and member of the English department at Passaic County Community College, will discuss the work of George Tice on Wednesday, October 1, from 2 to 3:30 p.m.
The exhibition includes gelatin silver pr...
George Tice, The Photographer’s Photographer
George Tice, The Photographer’s Photographer. The exhibition is a celebration of his many achievements and the multifaceted contributions he has made to fine art photography as an artist, teacher and technical master in addition to his creative contributions to the tradition of documenting the American rural and suburban landscape.The exhibit opens Thursday, September 5 with a reception for the photographer on Thursday, September 26 from 5:30pm-7:30pm at the gallery. The artist will be in attendance. Furthermore, on Friday September 27, Tice will be giving a lecture at UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism in conjunction with Fotovision’s first annual photography lecture. There will be a reception at 6:30pm and the artist will be giving his talk at 7pm.
George Tice is one of the most influential an...