Lucien Clergue, first photographer to be elected to the Académie des Beaux Arts in Paris, has published more than 75 books and numerous films. The artist’s life was made by encounters and friendships, his images of Picasso, Cocteau or St John Perse bear witness to these intimate exchanges between exceptional souls.Awaiting the opening of Lucien […]Read more "Lucien Clergue"
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El Espacio Fundación Telefónica y el Centro de Cultura Contemporánea de Barcelona (CCCB) presentan, de forma conjunta, una exposición antológica dedicada a la fotografía del artista catalán Antoni Arissa (Sant Andreu, 1890 – † Barcelona, 1980), un nombre desconocido para el gran público pero todo un adelantado a su época, con una brillante trayectoria truncada […]Read more "Antoni Arissa"
In a career spanning 70 years, A.L. Syed became one of the important figures of 20th-century Indian photography. Working in black and white, his apparently neutral stance conceals a deeply compassionate vision of human existenceRead more "Abidmian Lalmian Syed"
“I was born in a beachside suburb of Adelaide, South Australia. On leaving school I went to an art college with the vision of becoming a painter… Somehow I ended up with a camera, instead of a paintbrush, in my hand. “After graduating with a degree in Visual Arts in 1990, I began working for […]Read more "Narelle Autio"
Laurence Aberhart is a Photographer based in Russell, Northland, New Zealand. His first solo exhibition was at the Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 1978. He regularly exhibits in Wellington, Auckland, Sydney and Hong Kong and has exhibited work in Los Angeles, Europe, throughout New Zealand and Australia. Laurence has received a number of Arts Council […]Read more "Laurence Aberhart"
Australian photographer Peter Stewart has found a novel photographic perspective on one of the most populated places in the world – Kong Kong. In his mesmerizing “Stacked – Hong Kong” photo series, the photographer finds beauty in the region’s monotonously expansive skyline, focusing on unexpected viewpoints to capture the never-ending urban mosaics of […]Read more "Peter Stewart"
In 1967, Sam Abell rode a train from New York to Washington DC thumbing through a copy of Walker Evans’ American Photographs. He’d marvel at the level of consideration and thoughtful restraint, at the deep-felt honesty conveyed, but something was missing. The world outside was very different than the one represented in the monochrome photographs […]Read more "Sam Abell"
Robert Doisneau was one of France’s most popular and prolific reportage photographers. He was known for his modest, playful, and ironic images of amusing juxtapositions, mingling social classes, and eccentrics in contemporary Paris streets and cafes. Influenced by the work of Kertesz, Atget, and Cartier-Bresson, in over twenty books Doisneau has presented a charming vision […]Read more "Robert Doisneau"
Tamboly recieved his first camera as a child, his eagerness to photography grew up through experimentation and surveyance. He developed a unique artistic vision regarding the importance of light, design and color coordination in photography. In 1996 he joined the Faculty of Applied Arts where he studied advertising, printing & publishing and being specialized in […]Read more "A. Tamboly"
Joyce Silberstein (°1989, Chile, Germany) creates mixed media works like: photography, graphic design, web design, direction in creative projects, individual and collective expositions and conceptual artworks. Starting with observations around her, a deep investigation and the best organization via retakes and variations, she realized that expression and creation comes in to society style life. This […]Read more "Joyce Silberstein"
ALFRED STIEGLITZ was most influential in establishing photography as an art form in the United States. He pursued this cause by editing and publishing magazines, organizing photographers, operating galleries and crafting his own creative photographic images many of which were printed in photogravure. He promoted the photogravure process as an original means of photographic printmaking. […]Read more "Alfred Stieglitz"