Danziger Gallery presents an exhibition devoted to Robert Frank American photographs, his best known and arguably most important work. The exhibition will be comprised of 40 photographs – 15 from Frank’s seminal book “The Americans” (now celebrating the 60th anniversary of its American publication) and 25 unpublished works from Frank’s travels at the time.
"So, when we consider respect in the medium, we can limit our discussion by looking at who is contributing to our world and who is not. Publishers by and large are the unsung heroes of the day". A friend of mine recently commented on the lack of risk-taking in publishing. I took some
Hubert Henrotte! He is one of the mythical names in the history of photojournalism! He too was swept away by the drastic technological changes of the 2000s. Today, he is publishing his beautifully titled book: Can photojournalime save the press? He asked us to publish this excerpt: the interview by Clément Thiery.
The İstanbul 33rd High Criminal Court on Thursday handed down a suspended 20-month sentence to a photojournalist on conviction of disseminating terrorist propaganda, Turkish media reported. Çağdaş Erdoğan was taken into police custody in September 2017 while he was taking photographs in İstanbul’s Kadıköy district, on allegations of photographing a Turkish intelligence building in the…
DECOR is a triptych of photography, film and a sculpture all combining to celebrate the theme of identity in the conflicted territories of Kosovo (2007), the region of Abkhazia in Georgia (2008) and Transnistria (2010). The gelatin silver prints recount a visual diary of youth culture in regions where newly drawn lines question the essence of belonging. The conflict invites not only the anarchy associated with destruction, but also all other actors who claim advantage over an unsettled place bringing further chaos to a fragile landscape. The film “Internal Displacements” is an animated short produced by Le Fresnoy Studio National des Arts Contemporains in France. The Belgian artist Hans Op de Beeck wrote an original score for it. The sculpture entitled “The Gaze” is a recount of an incredible encounter of young inmate in Batumi, Georgia. It is made of acrylic glass and projection perpetually allows the portrait of the prisoner to breathe in and out.
We are expanding the exhibition space for OpenWalls Arles 2020. As part of this second open call, we are highlighting photographers whose work relates to the theme: Daily Life. Calls open on Tuesday 10 September 2019 at 2pm (UK time). The Hebridean Isle of Eigg is a ferry ride away from the Scott
A series of diptychs about the recurring discrimination and violence towards indigenous Papuan in Indonesia