Ventes : Photographie Moderne et Contemporaine - 25 mai 2016Le 25 mai prochain, venez découvrir la vente organisée par Viviane Esders Photographie : « Photographie Moderne et Contemporaine »
© Gérard Rancinan "«Batman family girls», 2011 (estimation 35 000-45 000 €)
Hôtel Drouot - Paris - Salle 6 - 14h
Maître Yann Le Mouel, Viviane Esders Expert
© Berenice Abbott, New York by night, 1932 (estimation 15 000-25 000 €)
Mardi 24 mai 11h-18h
Mercredi 25 mai 11h-12h
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Friends Without A Border Presents 17th Annual Friends of Friends Photography AuctionThe highly anticipated 17th annual Friends of Friends Photography Auction will be presented on December 9 by Friends Without A Border, a non-profit organization that provides urgently needed medial care to children in Southeast Asia. The auction will feature more than 120 works by leading artists including Adam Fuss, Annie Leibovitz, Berenice Abbott, Bruce Davidson, Daido Moriyama, Eikoh Hosoe, Elliott Erwitt, Herb Ritts, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Horst P. Horst, Irving Penn, Jeff Liao, Jerry Uelsmann, Joel Meyerowitz, Joel-Peter Witkin, Lee Friendlander, Louis Faurer, Ruth Orkin, Saul Leiter, Susan Meiselas, William Wegman, and many more. The online catalogue and auction lots can be viewed at www.fwabphotoauction.org. Online bidding starts Monday, November 24 at www.ibidmobile.net/fwab.
© Sean Perry, Early Spring, N...
Opening of the 32nd edition of The AIPAD Photography Show New York
The Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) will hold the 32nd edition of The AIPAD Photography Show New York, one of the world’s most important annual photography events, at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City.
Seventy-five of the world’s leading fine art photography galleries will present a wide range of museum-quality work, including contemporary, modern, and 19th-century photographs, as well as photo-based art, video, and new media. The AIPAD Photography Show New York is the longest running and foremost exhibition of fine art photography. The Show will commence with an opening night gala on March 28, 2012, to benefit inMotion, which provides free legal services to low-income women.
AIPAD 2012 will present four new member exhibitors: David Zwirner, New York; Sasha Wo...
Exhibition : « Darkroom Surrealist » by Jerry UelsmannPress release - The photographs of the 82-year-old American photographer Jerry Uelsmann take us into a fantastic world, which clearly has never existed as such in front of a camera rather than foremost in the imagination of the artist. Only then, they were assembled bit by bit in the darkroom to a sum of appropriate picture elements. With this first exhibition of his work, curated by Daniel Blochwitz, Fabian & Claude Walter Gallery is delighted to announce the representation of Jerry Uelsmann and introduce this important position within the photography of the 20th Century to a Swiss audience.
Untitled, 1992 © Jerry Uelsmann
Gelatin silver print
50,8 x 40,6 cm (20 x 16 inch)
Uelsmann is one of the most influential photographers of his generation, because he did not only challenge with his montages...
« Jerry Uelsmann : Untitled » at Catherine Couturier Gallery
For over five decades, Jerry Uelsmann has challenged and transformed the art form of photography, deemphasizing its function as documentation and further liberating it as a form of artistic expression. Untitled features works from throughout Uelsmann’s celebrated career, including rare and early vintage work as well as contemporary work from the last several years.
Well before the advent of digitally manipulated photography, Uelsmann was creating otherworldly images solely in the darkroom, utilizing a technique of multiple negatives, enlargers and processing effects to stretch the limits of what fine art photography could be. Though some of his images are named, the majority has remained untitled; Uelsmann shies away from imposing an interpretation on the viewer and, instead, invites each individual to creat...
Thirty Years Thirty-One Photographers
Over these past three decades, the Laurence Miller Gallery has hosted approximately 250 exhibitions, and the list of these shows reflects the evolution of photography from the classic black-and-white medium that dominated much of the 20th Century, to today's large-format color contemporary works, as well as video. The gallery takes great pride in having given many emerging photographers their first one-person exhibitions in New York City, as well as having presented many of photography's greatest masters.
Thirty Years Thirty-One Photographers offers to both the connoisseur and the novice collector many of the most famous images shown along with rare prints from the Gallery's private collection. Here is a sampling:
Paradise Now #32, 2008
40 x 50 inch Type-C print
« Extended Realities: The Language of Photomontage » at the Rowan University Art Gallery
From its earliest years, photographers have sought to overcome the limitations of making images from a single exposure, to adapt the picture-making strategies of printmaking, drawing, and painting, and to claim an equal place for photography among the fine arts. Photomontage — the combining of two or more photographic images into one — has been one strategy for achieving this goal. It was used in the 19th century by such practitioners as Oscar Gustave Rejlander and Henry Peach Robinson, and was popular in the early 20th century among the Dadaists and Surrealists as well as Russian Constructivist artists and Modernist photographers. It was the technique used by John Heartfield to skewer the Nazis in his many covers for the Arbeiter-Illustriete-Zeitung (The Workers Pictorial Newspaper)...
Du document à l'oeuvre au musée de la marineCette exposition est l’occasion d’un dialogue entre des images issues de la collection de la Maison Européenne de la Photographie et du fonds de photographies du musée national de la Marine. Elle propose des rapprochements formels ou conceptuels, montre des convergences entre deux collections très éloignées l’une de l’autre par leur histoire et leur contenu. Si celle de la MEP, représentative des différentes formes de la création contemporaine en photographie, est connue du public, celle du musée de la Marine demeure encore confidentielle.
Le fonds photographique du musée de la Marine, riche de plusieurs milliers d’images, se constitue dès la fin du xıxe siècle, soit par des cessions de différ...