Luis gonzales Palma
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Exhibition : Women Powerful and Powerless Virtual Exhibition: 19 January – 19 July 2015 One of the hallmarks of the Teutloff Photo + Video Collection is that although it’s focused on the human body, it always carries a distinct political component. This fact created the idea for a so far unknown vantage point on the Collection – a "woman’s view" became the new approach for a virtual exhibition.
Under the heading "Women: Powerful and Powerless" previously ignored or even discounted links between works and exciting new issues and areas of interest are opened – and I say this without any wish to enter the hotly contested ground of feminist polemics. The feminine view of the collection moves in the field of tension between birth, religion, politics, sexuality, beauty and body protest. It ...
« Tres visiones » at Scheinbaum and Russek in New MexicoMany motivating factors influence a photographer’s subject matter. Landscape photography often comes from a love for the earth and an interest in conservation. Documentary photographers are often addressing personal or political concerns that they want to share and give exposure to. Those photographers that turn the camera back on themselves or their culture often produce profound imagery because of the deep personal connection to subjects.
This is the case in our upcoming exhibition Tres Visiones. The three photographers, Manuel Álvarez Bravo (1902 – 2002), Manuel Carrillo (1906 – 1989) and Luis González Palma (B. 1957) have used their camera to interpret, document, reveal and reflect on their cultures with a high photographic aesthetic that results in compelling and sensitive results.
Fragments latinos américains : 15 artistes, 9 pays, 40 ans d'images Collection de la Maison Européenne de la PhotographieAu travers de tirages issus de la collection de la MEP, l’exposition propose un kaléidoscope de quinze photographes et vidéastes provenant de neuf pays d’Amérique latine.
Leo Matiz (1917-1998, Colombie) a photographié populations et paysages urbains pendant plus de quarante ans dans la tradition de l’école mexicaine incarnée par des maîtres comme Manuel Alvarez Bravo. Le travail de Graciela Iturbide (1942, Mexique) explore les relations entre l’Homme et la Nature. Elle montre ici des oiseaux dans des poses ébouriffées. Jorge Damonte (1943, Argentine) photographie des célébrités argentines de la politique, de la mode et du spectacle dans les années 1970. Les Autres Amériques de Sebastião Salg...