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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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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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© 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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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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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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Christopher Thomas | Paris City of Light

Christopher Thomas is an artist who has a reputation of being a city portraitist. His last exhibition “PARIS CITY OF LIGHT” at the Bernheimer Fine Art Photography capture the great cultural capital and the first metropolis of the modern age.
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Peter Lindbergh at the Gagosian Paris

Gagosian Paris is displaying photographs by Peter Lindbergh spanning on the last three decades. The exhibition, the first in Paris in more than ten years, will also coincide with the artist 70th birthday.
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Edward Weston Auction

A group of 548 photographs by Edward Weston printed posthumously by his son, Cole Weston, were sold at auction by Sotheby’s, New York, on September 30th, 2014. The set contains several famous works by the American photographer, including nudes, desert landscapes, objects and portraits.

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Wynn Bullock, Navigation without Numbers, 1957

Wynn Bullock | Revelations

Wynn Bullock was one of the main figures in the American modernist tradition alongside colleagues and friends Edward Weston, Harry Callahan, and Ansel Adams. The High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Georgia has currently in view one of the biggest and most significant U.S. exhibitions of Wynn Bullock’s work in nearly 40 years.

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Saul Leiter: Early Black and White

Saul Leiter: Early Black and White Photographs

Saul Leiter was immensely recognised for his color work, however when he started in New York in the 1940s he was also shooting black-and-white. Steidl is publishing a book about his Early Black and White work showing the impressive range of Leiter’s early photography.

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Eikoh Hosoe: Kamaitachi

Eikoh Hosoe’s Kamaitachi was originally released in 1969. The book was a collaboration with Tatsumi Hijikata, the founder of ankoku butoh dance. It documented their visit to a farming village in northern Japan and an improvisational performance made with local villagers, inspired by the legend of kamaitachi, a weasel-like demon who haunts rice fields and slashes people with a sickle.

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Hiroshi Sugimoto, The Last Supper: Acts of God

Hiroshi Sugimoto | The Last Supper: Acts of God

Hiroshi Sugimoto’s The Last Supper: Acts of God (1999/2012), is a five-panel photograph, more than 24 feet in length. The artist first created this work in 1999, from a life-size wax reproduction of Leonardo’s The Last Supper.

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Autoportrait with Saskia, Paris, 2011. © Paolo Roversi

Paolo Roversi Secrets at Camera Obscura Gallery

Paolo Roversi is undeniably one of the most influential studio portraiture photographer. Galerie Camera Obscura in Paris is displaying a selection representing the essence of his work: portraits, nudes, self-portraits and fashion photography.

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Robert Adams: The place we live

Robert Adams / Colorado Springs, Colorado 1968 © Robert Adams. Courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco et Matthew Marks Gallery, New York

Colorado Springs, Colorado 1968 © Robert Adams

Robert Adams has photographed the changing landscape of the American West for over four decades and how it have been altered by human activity. His photographs reveals the fragile beauty that endures despite our troubled relationship with nature, and with ourselves.

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Henri Cartier-Bresson at Centre Pompidou

© George Hoyningen-Huene : © Horst / Courtesy-Staley / Wise Gallery / NYC Crédit photographique : © 2013. Digital image, The Museum of Modern Art, New York / Scala, Florence

© George Hoyningen-Huene 

Henri Cartier-Bresson name is usually associated with the idea of “decisive moment” in photography. His genius for composition, extraordinary visual intuition and ability to capture the most elusive and significant instants as they happened made many critics think of his work as a single stylistic entity defined by this principle.

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