Tracey Moffatt est née à Brisbane (Australie) en 1960. Diplômée du Queensland College of Art, elle a étudié la communication visuelle. Son court métrage Night Cries: A Rural Tragedy a été salué unanimement et choisi pour la compétition officielle au Festival de Cannes en 1990. Sa pratique associe la photographie, le court métrage, le documentaire et la vidéo musicale. Depuis sa première exposition d'œuvres photographiques en 1989, le travail de Moffatt a été présenté et collectionné à l'échelle internationale. Dernièrement, des expositions présentant une vue d'ensemble de son travail se sont tenues au Museum of Contemporary Art (Sydney), à la Wellington City Gallery (Nouvelle-Zélande) et au Hasselblad Centre (Göteborg, Suède).
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19th – 21st Century Photography with a Special section of 19th Century Photographs of India (G. Heil Collection)
Including photographs by:
Leopold Ahrendts | Leopoldi Alinari | James Anderson | Thomas Andrew | Dieter Appelt | Eugène Atget | Edouard-Denis Baldus | Georg Barker | Max Baur | Felice Beato | Bernd und Hilla Becher | Emil Bieber | Ilse Bing | Walter Bird | Oliver Boberg | Robert Bothner | Samuel Bourne | Bourne & Shepherd | Josef Breitenbach | Émile Brugsch | Jewgeni Chaldej | Lucien Clergue | Tommaso Cuccioni | Lala Deen Dayal | Maxime du Camp | Harold Edgerton | Walker Evans | Louis Faurer | Allen Frame | Robert Frank | Francis Frith | Vincenzo Galdi | Jean Théophile Geiser | Wilhelm von Gloeden
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Le Festival MADRIDFOTO 2011 aura lieu à Madrid du 5 au 8 mai 2011. Nous annonçons ci-dessous le contenu de cette troisième édition du festival, qui se concentre sur la photographie contemporaine et accorde une place notable aux galeries parisiennes (Galerie Magnum, Galerie VU', Baudouin Lebon, Polka Galerie), tout en faisant de Baudouin Lebon un des responsables du Festival.
Fifty exhibitors - galleries, publishing houses and collaborating companies - from 20 cities around the world, including Paris, London, New York, Los Angeles, Madrid and Barcelona, comprise the list of participants in MADRIDFOTO3.
The fair will bring to Madrid creations by renowned photographers such as Bleda y Rosa, Candida Höfer, Günther Förg, Helena Almeida, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Isabel Mu... Exposition Exhibition : The photograph and Australia The Art Gallery of New South Wales is proud to present the major exhibition The photograph and Australia, which explores the crucial role photography has played in shaping our understandings of the nation. It will run from 21 March to 8 June 2015.
Tracing the evolution of the medium and its many uses from the 1840s until today, this is the largest exhibition of Australian photography held since 1988 that borrows from collections nationwide.
It presents more than 400 photographs by more than 120 artists, including Morton Allport, Richard Daintree, Paul Foelsche, Samuel Sweet, JJ Dwyer, Charles Bayliss, Frank Hurley, Harold Cazneaux, Olive Cotton, Max Dupain, Sue Ford, Carol Jerrems, Tracey Moffatt, Robyn Stacey, Ricky Maynard, Anne Ferran and Patrick Pound.
Iconic images are shown alongside works by unknown and a... Exposition Inheritance Photographs You can choose your friends, but you can’t choose your family.
From the tight nuclear unit to the multi-generational extended family, from refuges for the homeless to middle class suburbia, Inheritance examines the way our families shape the person we become; for better or for worse.
Taking Tracey Moffatt’s acclaimed series Scarred for Life as a starting point, the exhibition includes the work of eleven Australian artists who explore the modern family through a range of photographic disciplines, including documentary, portraiture and video. Sometimes serious and sometimes satirical, Inheritance is a family album that celebrates the skeletons and the psychodramas alongside the newborns and the nuptials.... Exposition Female Trouble The camera as mirror and stage of female projection Since the invention of photography more than 170 years ago it has been largely women who have used this technical medium to project themselves through role playing and masquerading. As well as the experimental urge to constantly recreate ones ego, the camera has also served as a means of calling into question clichés of female representation. Playing with the image of the eternally feminine was and remains a discourse with gender identity, its social and political definitions and reaching beyond them.
The exhibition focuses on contemporary women artists such as Cindy Sherman, Sarah Lucas, Monica Bonvicini and Pipilotti Rist, who with the aid of photography and video art investigate the female image. The artists explore the question of what image patterns the media age employs for portraying femininity and how t...