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For his inaugural exhibition at the gallery, Swiss artist Nicolas Party has executed two site-specific murals that transform the interior while creating a singular environment for a recent group of large-scale pictures and bronze sculptures. Working exclusively in vivid, highly-pigmented chalk pastels – either directly on the walls or primed canvases – Party invites us to rediscover this once popular but now often neglected medium. Respectful of the traditions that precede him on the …19.05.2017 // ADD blog TO MY GOSEE // 5 items in this blog // SHOW blog
‘Western and Eastern Light’ is the first exhibition by Belgian photographer Harry Gruyaert in New York's Michael Hoppen Gallery. Harry Gruyaert in his capacity as magnum photographer traveled across Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, and America over the past 30 years with his camera – often simply on the streets with his VW station wagon. “He was one of the first European photographers to take advantage of the creative potential of color photography, following i …11.05.2017 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 6 items in this article // SHOW article
Konrad Rufus Müller, born on March 22, 1940 in Berlin, is known as the German Chancellor photographer. He has photographed them all and has become famous for it himself: Konrad Rufus Müller advanced to become one of the most renowned German portrait photographers. And the photos of the work 'Terra Incognita – Children of the Charité' are portraits too – although very irritating. They are child-like creatures, prenatal human beings, commonly referred to as defor …03.05.2017 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 21 items in this article // SHOW article
Between Bridges is pleased to announce 'Berlin', an exhibition of Helga Paris' photographs taken between 1969 and 1982. Since the late 1950s, Helga Paris (*1938, Gollnow) has lived in Berlin, residing in Prenzlauer Berg in the 1960s, where she lives until today. Committing to photography in 1967, the self-taught Paris devoted a major part of her attention to her immediate surroundings: East Berlin. On display at Between Bridges is 'Berlin, 1972-1982 / Mappe 3', one of …27.04.2017 // ADD blog TO MY GOSEE // 1 item in this blog // SHOW blog
Toshio Shibata’s connections with Japanese artistic tradition are intriguing. He purposefully went against the grain of the traditional Japanese concept of landscape, yet his viewpoint is unmistakably Japanese. His work has a strong connection with the way classical Japanese architecture integrates itself within its environment. In this sense, Shibata’s mediations on the contemporary landscape have a surprising connection to classical Japanese tea pavilions - both are set caref …17.04.2017 // ADD blog TO MY GOSEE // 9 items in this blog // SHOW blog
Michael Hoppen Gallery are delighted to present ‘Western and Eastern Light,’ the first exhibition of photographs at the gallery by Belgian photographer Harry Gruyaert. Gruyaert is a Magnum photographer who has travelled extensively over the last 30 years photographing Europe, North Africa, the Middle East and America, often by road from the comfort of his Volkswagen Kombi. He was one of the first European photographers to take advantage of the creative potential of colo …17.04.2017 // ADD blog TO MY GOSEE // 6 items in this blog // SHOW blog
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 …17.04.2017 // ADD blog TO MY GOSEE // 8 items in this blog // SHOW blog
For the first time in Europe, the Galerie Thierry Bigaignon presents an exceptional retrospective of the work of American photographer Harold Feinstein (1931 - 2015). Described as the ‘photography prodigy’ by his fellow artists, Harold Feinstein was 19 when Edward Steichen purchased his work for the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MOMA), making him the youngest person to be so honored. Representative of the 'New York School of Photography', hi …17.04.2017 // ADD blog TO MY GOSEE // 7 items in this blog // SHOW blog
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 …17.04.2017 // ADD blog TO MY GOSEE // 6 items in this blog // SHOW blog
The Hasselblad Foundation is pleased to announce that Dutch artist Rineke Dijkstra is the recipient of the 2017 Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photography to the sum of SEK 1,000,000 (approx. EUR 100,000). The award ceremony will take place in Gothenburg, Sweden, on October 9, 2017. A symposium will be held on October 10 in honor of Rineke Dijkstra, follo-wed by the opening of an exhibition of her work at the Hasselblad Center, as well as the launch of the book Rineke Dijkstra &nda …17.04.2017 // ADD blog TO MY GOSEE // 11 items in this blog // SHOW blog