Joel Meyerowitz became famous as central protagonist of New Color Photography in America during the 1960s and 1970s, next to William Eggleston and Stephen Shore. His extensive retrospective at the KUNST HAUS WIEN. Museum Hundertwasser in Vienna, Austria presents the photographer and the major, multi-faceted oeuvre he created over the course of 50 years.
The photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto has visited to the Museum four times in the past four decades to shoot his “Dioramas” series, which focuses on habitat displays to explore the distinction between the real and the fictive. What initially surprised Sugimoto about the series was that his photos looked utterly real–as if he were photographing on […]
The current exhibition of Fondation Beyeler’s collection presents important new acquisitions, including works by the German artist Wolfgang Tillmans. Tillmans was the first photographer to win the Turner Prize (in 2000). In this interview, Wolfgang Tillmans talks about the works on display (among others: Ostgut Freischwimmer, right and Ostgut Freischwimmer, links; Munuwata Sky; Transit of […]
Born in Orange, New Jersey, in 1937, Robert Adams grew up in Wisconsin and Colorado, where he lived for more than three decades before settling in Oregon. Since his beginnings in photography in the mid-1960s, Adams is considered by many to be one of the most important and influential chroniclers of the American West. Through […]
April 4, 2014, Galerie OstLicht: opening ceremony of the show ARAKI TELLER TELLER ARAKI featuring works of two of the most important photographers of our times: Juergen Teller and Nobuyoshi Araki. The exhibition is showing new works conceived for this joint exhibition and entering into an artistic dialogue. Nobuyoshi Araki and Juergen Teller are united […]
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Trailer for the forthcoming documentary In No Great Hurry – 13 Lessons in Life with Saul Leiter. innnogreathurry.com @innogreathurry “I believe there is such a thing as a search for beauty’ Saul Leiter could have been lauded as the great the pioneer of colour photography, but was never driven by the lure of success. Instead he […]
Stephen Shore in conversation with Jeff Rosenheim, Curator of Photography at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, at the International Center for Photography (ICP).
Infos unter: http://www.kunsthaus-bregenz.at/html/… Trailer: Ulrich Schwendinger
Eduard “Ed” van der Elsken (10 March 1925 – 28 December 1990) was a Dutch photographer and filmmaker.
‘My work has always come from empathy and love’ says American photographer Nan Goldin. Goldin began taking photographs as a teenager in Boston, Massachusetts. Her earliest works, black-and-white images of drag queens, were celebrations of the subcultural lifestyle of the community to which she belonged and which she continued to document throughout the 1990s. During […]
Profile of acclaimed photographer Tom Wood. Tom has taken photographs almost every day for the past 40 years, mainly around the streets, workplaces and nightspots of Merseyside. Hugely respected in the photography world, his work is a unique record of British working class life and in recent years he has gained increasing recognition. In summer […]