Minor White (9 juillet 1908 – 24 juin 1976) est un photographe américain, né à Minneapolis.
New Aperture with Richard Misrach, Susan Meiselas, Minor White, and more!The winter issue of Aperture (issue 193) features:
• A Magazine in the Making
Peter C. Bunnell revisits the first issue of Aperture on the hundredth anniversary of the birth of the magazine's founding editor, Minor White.
• Susan Meiselas: Nicaragua
John Berger considers Meiselas's powerful project on Nicaragua's civil war in the 1970s.
• The Author As Photographer: Early Soviet Writers and the Camera
Erika Wolf examines authors who tried their hands at photography in the post-revolution Soviet Union.
• Phillip Toledano: Phonesex
Portraits of behind-the-scenes workers who make a living with their voices.
• Richard Misrach: Untitled
A selection from Misrach's newest body of work, plus a bonus poster included in all subscriber issues!
• Deep in the Archive
From Polaroid to Impossible, Masterpieces of Instant Photography - The WestLicht Collection, Hatje Cantz Verlag
While the world evaporates into the digital, the anachronistic Polaroid snapshot dominates media and advertising. The recent sale of the photography collection owned by Polaroid’s inventor Edwin Land to the Viennese photography museum WestLicht marks an art-market trend toward the analog. Beginning in the sixties, Polaroid supplied artists around the world, from Ansel Adams to Andy Warhol, with each one of the imperium’s latest products. In return, 4,400 works by 800 photographers found their way into the company’s International Collection at their European headquarters near Frankfurt am Main. In 2008, when the last instant film factory was rescued from demolition by the company Impossible, the founder’s commitment to collecting could be carried on as well. This publication features selected Po...
Ventes : 36th annual holiday saleThe sale began saturday 20 but you have the opportunity to preview the SALE online and do a preemptive purchase!
For 35 years this show has been a magnet for all photography lovers: from novices buying their ﬁrst photograph, to some of America's top museum curators looking for something really unusual.
There are over 400 photographs for sale at greatly reduced prices by such masters as Ansel Adams, Eugene Atget, Brassaï, Harry Callahan, Edward Curtis, Walker Evans, Lewis Hine, E.O. Hoppe (a special-purchase collection of industrial-modernist work), Carl Mydans, André Kertész, George Rodger, Aaron Siskind, Josef Sudek, Edward Weston, Minor White, Yvon of Paris, and others, including the versatile, redoubtable, anonymous and inexplicable vernacular photographs.
© Alan Henriksen
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.
«Window Dressing»Press Release -
L. Parker Stephenson Photographs is pleased to expand its exploration of the window as a motif in Window Dressing . . . Continued, a group exhibition of vintage and later prints by master 20th century photographers. New work joins a few favorites from the last exhibition.
© Louis Faurer, Accident, New York, c. 1948-1952
Harry Callahan, Chicago, 1948
© John Cohen, Tanager Gallery, Tenth Street, Lois Dodd in Window, 1959
Getty Museum presents a retrospective exhibition of works by photographer Minor White
Controversial, misunderstood, and sometimes overlooked, Minor White (American 1908–1976) pursued a life in photography with great energy and ultimately extended the expressive possibilities of the medium. A tireless worker, White’s long career as a photographer, teacher, editor, curator, and critic was highly influential and remains central to understanding the history of photographic modernism. Minor White: Manifestations of the Spirit, on view July 8–October 19, 2014 at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Getty Center is the first major retrospective of his work since 1989.
The exhibition includes never-before-seen photographs from the artist’s archive at Princeton University, recent Getty Museum acquisitions, a significant group of loans from the collection of Daniel Greenberg and Susan Steinhause...
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