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Warren Richardson | A man passes a baby through the fence at the Hungarian-Serbian border in Röszke, Hungary, 28 August 2015.

2016 World Press Photo Contest Winners

The jury of the 59th annual World Press Photo Contest has selected an image by Australian photographer Warren Richardson as the World Press Photo of the Year 2015. The photo depicts a man passing a baby through the fence at the Hungarian-Serbian border in Röszke, Hungary.

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Marcel Bovis | Stand de tir, Paris, 1948 © Ministère de la Culture - Médiathèque de l’architecture et du patrimoine, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais

Marcel Bovis | 6×6

A recent exhibition at La Maison de la Photographie Robert Doisneau showed the work of one of the forgotten masters of the “humanist” photography, Marcel Bovis. This tribute focused predominately on a format that Bovis used almost as a signature, the famous 6×6.
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Waiting | Erwin Olaf

Erwin Olaf is presenting his new series titled “Waiting” at the Flatland Gallery in Amsterdam. The photographer tackles an unavoidable element of everyday life; waiting.
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Elliott Erwitt | FRANCE. Bretagne. 1960

Elliott Erwitt | KOLOR

Elliott Erwitt is major figure of modern photography, his black and white ironic-intelligent photographs are among the most recognizable images of street photography. Until now his color work has largely been overshadowed. In Focus is presenting a global premiere 45 colour photographs of the artist .
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Thierry Cohen | Paris 48° 51' 52'' N 2021-07-14 Utc 22:18

Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen

Darkened Cities is a nightscapes series by photographer Thierry Cohen showing the most celebrated cities in the world in a different way; The view of the skies above that are usually blocked by city lights and atmospheric pollution.
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Robert Capa | Capucine, French model and actress, in her hotel room, Rome, August 1951. © Robert Capa/International Center of Photography/Magnum Photos

Robert Capa in Color

Photojournalist Robert Capa has been always considered as a giant of black-and-white photo reportage. Unlike his fellow Magnum colleague, Henri Cartier-Bresson who despised color, he used it on regular basis in the post-war period until 1954.
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HASSAN HAJJAJ, COURTESY OF ROSE ISSA PROJECTS, COLLECTION OF LACMA, CALIFORNIA

Hassan Hajjaj | My Rock Stars Experimental

After his Kesh Angels series, Hassan Hajjaj is back with a new project called My Rock Stars Experimental. The photographer uses the same colorful dazzling style to portray nine international musicians.
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© Michael Kenna - musée Carnavalet

Michael Kenna | Paris

Michael Kenna donated 42 of this photographs of Paris to the city’s Musée Carnavalet last year. The museum already holds 17 other Kenna prints and is now exhibiting a selection of some fifty of their Kenna photographs.

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Walker Evans |Pabst Blue Ribbon Sign, Chicago, Illinois © Walker Evans Archive, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Walker Evans | A Life’s Work

Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin has recently displayed a collection of over 200 original prints from the years 1928 to 1974 by Walker Evans (1903–1975). The photographer documented in his sober documentary fashion a uniquely authentic picture of America. Evans is considered to be one of the great personalities of 20th century photography.
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02gb: Valentino Couture SS14

02gb | The Valentino Couture Lookbook

The Valentino lookbook of Spring/Summer 2014 by 02gb is something different than your usual fashion photography. The two photographers Max von Gumppenberg and Patrick Bienert forming the team have managed to create a quite seductive aesthetics.
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Palazzo Ducale. Scala dei Giganti covered by sand bags, gelatin print, 1915 - Giovanni Caprioli

Venezia si difende 1915 – 1918

A century after the beginning of First World War, Civita Tre Venezie is exhibiting 350 original photos from the Archivio Storico Fotografico on how the city of Venice defended itself during the time of the Great War.
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Sacha Goldberger | Super Flemish

Super Flemish by Sacha Goldberger

It seems that photographer Sacha Goldberger has a curious questions on his mind: what if Superman was born in the sixteenth century? or what if the Hulk was a Duke? and even how might Van Eyck have portrayed Snow White? so he created the Super Flemish series setting the present day heroes and villains in the 17th century.
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Leica Store Kyoto

Leica Store in Kyoto

Some retail experiences are better than others and the Leica Store in Kyoto takes this to a different level. The space is situated in a typical renovated 100 year-old two-story townhouse, a Machi-ya, in the Gion neighbourhood of Kyoto, Japan.

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Odyssey by Miki Nitadori

Odyssey by Miki Nitadori

Miki Nitadori is presenting her project Odyssey at the Galerie Catherine et André Hug. The artist has produced a beautiful, graphic work narrating the history of Japanese immigrants in Hawaii.
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André Kertesz | La plaque cassée | Paris 1929

André Kertesz in 125 photographs

A collection of 125 photographs by André Kertész were sold last week in a auction at Artcurial as part of the European Month of Photography in Paris.

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