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news | Reme'Crow’s Field' - fading childhood dreams by photographer Siri Kaur on display in Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles

The gallery explains: “Since it now exists only in memory, Crow’s Field is impossible to document, yet Kaur accesses it by subverting the traditional photographic genres of still life, landscape, and portraiture. Through the process Crow’s Field serves as a metaphor for creating a new type of photograph, one that partially embodies both the real and the surreal. As they subtly dislocate time and space, these ephemeral images de-center classical narrative structures. The results …

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news | GoSee Last Call : 'Ryan McGinley - Early' in New York Team Gallery thru 1 April

New York Team Gallery is pleased to present you early works by Ryan McGinley which are still on display thru 1 April. The photos were created in the years from 1999 to 2003 in New York, a period of hopelessness for many Americans – synonomous with the beginning of the Bush era, 9/11 and its aftermath. The press release from the gallery on the exhibition: "These vérité images, which pre-date his famed “road trip” series, capture the exploits of the artist&r …

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news | GoSee loves... ANJA NIEMI 'THE WOMAN WHO NEVER EXISTED' – a photographic homage to Italian actress Eleonora Duse as an exhibition in Paris, Oslo and London

Anja Niemi works in her new series again with self-portaits and self-identity. After 'The Woman Who Never Existed' already appeared this January at Photo San Francisco, gallery exhibitions in Paris, Oslo and London are soon to follow (shoot at Gallery Oslo, 9 March – 30 April, Galerie Photo 12 Paris, 16 March – 22 April, The Little Black Gallery London, 4 – 27 May). The photographer was inspired from Italian theater actress Eleonora Duse, who is often seen as a pioneer of me …

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news | STRIKE A POSE! Icons of photography from Elisabeth Toll and Sandra Freij to even Peter Lindbergh, Newton, and Christer Strömholm, curated by the Grundemark Nilsson Gallery, Stockholm

“The power of the photographer behind the camera and the choice of models, direct our time and the image of our history,” says the Grundemark Nilsson Gallery about their new group exhibition STRIKE A POSE,” where the focus is on the act of posing as well as on the power of the photographer.” Hip Swedish fashion photographers who produce all over the world such as Sandra Freij, Carl Bengtsson, Julia Hetta and Elisabeth Toll are on display, plus classics including Peter Li …

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blog | Natura Dentata - Art and fashion in a dark embrace (March 17–June 18, 2017), Stockholm

A picnic in the grass. The wind in the leaves. Sweet-smelling wild flowers. Glades full of berries and mushrooms. Birdsong. Sunset. Shades of green. Signs of wildlife. Enchanting northern lights. The Nordic feeling for nature involves an almost spiritual relationship to the forest, the landscape, the water and the animal kingdom. We go fishing, camping, swimming, trekking in deep snow. We see the seasons as an asset, and turn to nature for joy and relaxation. Like a paradise. But nature is not j …

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news | Polka Gallery Paris presents 'Reverb' by photographer and musician Nicolas Comment and 'Horizons' by landscape photographer Sze Tsung Nicolás Leong

To kick off the spring season, POLKA GALLERY on Rue Saint Gilles in Paris presents two exciting exhibitions which invite to dream and linger. 'Reverb' shows works by photographer and songwriter Nicolas Comment, which conduct a dialogue between literature, poetry and an illustrated book as an art project. “I was filming a lot back then. My montage practice also inspired the layout of these books. Sometimes I feel like they are the still images of a movie I never shot... I reread and intert …

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blog | THE PHOTOGRAPHERS GALLERY in London presents Roger Mayne and DEUTSCHE BÖRSE PHOTOGRAPHY FOUNDATION PRIZE 2017

This major exhibition is the first since 1999 to show the iconic work of British photographer Roger Mayne (1929-2014). It includes his pioneering photographs of 1950s and early 1960s community life in London’s Southam Street. Mayne’s humanistic approach has influenced subsequent generations of photographers, and made a significant contribution to post war British photography. The artists shortlisted for the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2017 are Sophie Calle, Da …

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blog | PHOTO LONDON Pre-Fair Talk : Brett Rogers OBE in conversation with photographer Jack Latham (Somerset House | 22 March 2017 | 7pm)

Brett Rogers OBE, will speak in conversation with photographer Jack Latham at Somerset House in this latest exciting Photo London (next issue : 18-21 May 2017) pre-Fair talk. Brett Rogers has been Director of The Photographers’ Gallery since 2005, and is widely recognised as being instrumental in establishing photography as a leading art form in the UK, cementing its position in cultural institutions across the country as well as tirelessly promoting great British photography to an interna …

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blog | Parafin presents British painter Justin Mortimer from 30 March to 20 May in London

Parafin presents its second exhibition with the British painter Justin Mortimer, widely regarded as one of the leading figurative painters working today and an emblematic figure for a younger generation of artists. Mortimer is an artist who has consistently pursued a particular vision and way of working independently of the vagaries of fashion. Justin Mortimer’s paintings address the present moment. They reflect upon a world in a state of disorder and respond to recent events in the US, Ca …

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news | GoSee Tip : LGBTQ - TATE BRITAIN celebrates 50 years of decriminalization and presents the first exhibition on 'QUEER BRITISH ART 1861-1967', which is on display from 5 April in TATE BRITAIN, London

Gay, Lesbian, Bi, Queer, Transgender... what beautiful words of freedom. In April 2017, GoSee celebrates 50 years of decriminalization of male homosexuality in cosmopolitan England and in Wales with TATE BRITAIN. Presented in the exhibition 'QUEER BRITISH ART 1861–1967' are works from the period between the abolition of the death penalty in 1861 and when the Sexual Offences Act was repealed in 1967. This is the first show dealing with this important topic in British art. TATE tells us: …

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