Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Geneva: Bettina Rheims

La galerie Xippas est heureuse de présenter une exposition de l’iconique photographe parisienne Bettina Rheims, pour la première fois dans une galerie en Suisse. Au centre du travail de Bettina Rheims, des portraits de femmes, de stars, une photographie qui se veut non conventionnelle pour une iconographie du corps particulière. Les photographies présentées à la Galerie Xippas ont été réalisées entre 1994 et 2013, représentant un large pannel de la carrière de l’artiste. Des portraits de femmes, d’icônes, manipulées et sublimées à la fois par les clichés de Bettina Rheims.



More information:  HERE

Friday, September 7, 2018

Moscow: Pioneers of American Modernism

An exhibition at The Lumiere Brothers Center of Photography
September 20 - December 2, 2018

Ezra Stoller. TWA Terminal at Idlewild (now JFK) Airport. Eero Saarinen. New York, NY, 1962 © Ezra Stoller, Courtesy Yossi Milo Gallery, New York



The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography presents the first Russian exhibition of works by Ezra Stoller, an outstanding American architectural photographer of the 20th-century.

The Guggenheim Museum, the former Whitney Museum of American Art building, Manhattan skyscrapers, the TWA Terminal at Kennedy International Airport, the famous «Fallingwater» house, the iconic building of the 20th-century – the Ronchamp Chapel and many other architectural landmarks of themodernist era in focus of one of the most influential architectural photographers will be presented atthe site of the Center for Photography at the Red October.

For many years, Stoller worked with the pioneers of modern American architecture and the mostfamous representatives of Modernism, including Frank Lloyd Wright, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Louis Kahn, Le Corbusier, Paul Rudolph and Marcel Breuer.

Works for the exhibition in Moscow were specially selected from Ezra Stoller's archive. Theexposition includes black and white photographs of public buildings, offices and private houses fromthe very beginning of his career in the late 1930s to the 1970s.

The project is realized in cooperation with the Shchusev State Museum of Architecture. Invited architect of the exhibition: Julia Napolova, P.S. Culture.

More information: HERE


Thursday, July 5, 2018

If Slovenia were... Contemporary Slovenian photography curated by Klavdij Sluban

EXHIBITION July 2 to september 23

OPENING Today, July 5, 7:30pm::
Visit of the exhibition in the presence of the artists at the Voies Off Gallery
followed by a cocktail in the Cour de l'Archevêché at 9 pm

SCREENING
July 5 at 10pm, Cour de l'Archevêché

MEETING WITH THE ARTISTS
July 6, 3pm, Voies Off Gallery

“The project “If Slovenia were…” represents a photographic vision of the country through the eyes of 19 contemporary Slovenian photographers. All of the series were developed specifically for this project between 2015 and 2018. The participating photographers were selected in an open call. Through distinct individual expressions, the authors articulate their own vision and interpretation of the country they live in. “If Slovenia were…” shows the different layers of Slovenia nowadays through the feeling these young photographers (the average age is 34) carry within themselves. The end of Yugoslavia and its war (1991-2001) are far behind them. New refugees cross their country. Themes rank from globalized suburbs and growing malls to family life and the inner self. The perception is focused as much on Slovenia nowadays as the place each of these 19 photographers has within this society."
©Matjaz Rust, The New World (2017-2018)



Klavdij Sluban, mentor and curator of If Slovenia were...

The artists:
Jošt Dolinsek
Jošt Franko
Katja Goljat
Ciril Jazbec
Irena Jurca
Jurij Korenjak
Primož Korošec
Tereza Kozinc
Meta Krese
Robert Marin
Dejan Mijović
Matej Povše
Boštjan Pucelj
Matjaž Rušt
Klemen Skubic
Nina Sotelšek
Marko Vrbič
Ana Zibelnik
Manja Zore


The Voies Off Festival is honoured to welcome the project If Slovenia Were... curated by photographer Klavdij Sluban, under two different but complementary forms. The project will be presented as an exhibition on the walls of the Voies Off Gallery, and a screening in Cour de l'Archevêché.



Klavdij Sluban is a French photographer of Slovenian parents, born in Paris in 1963. He spent his childhood in Livold (Slovenia). His photographic themes deal with confined spaces in remote countries, islands or jails. Awarded the Prix Niépce in 2000, he was elected “Artist of the year” in 2017 in South Korea.Since the beginnig of the 1990s, Klavdij Sluban participates actively in the cultural life of the country of his origins. He is present on the artistic scene with numerous exhibitions (Museum of Modern Art, National Gallery), he has photographed young prisonners in the jail of Celje from 2000 to 2004 and he organizes workshops and several year long masterclasses with young Slovenian photographers. In 2013, he was awarded the prestigious prize “Deklica s piščalko” (“Young Girl with a Flute”).


More information: HERE

Monday, June 25, 2018

London: Dorothea Lange / Vanessa Winship A photography double bill

An incredible exhibition not to be missed in London at The Barbican Center!
June 22 - September 2, 2018

A double bill of exhibitions featuring pioneering documentary photographer and visual activist, Dorothea Lange, and award-winning contemporary photographer, Vanessa Winship.

Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing is the first UK retrospective of American photographer Dorothea Lange (1895-1965). Lange was a powerful woman of unparalleled vigour and resilience. Using her camera as a political tool to shine a light on cruel injustices, Lange went on to become a founding figure of documentary photography.

Vanessa Winship: And Time Folds is the first major UK solo exhibition of contemporary photographer and recipient of the prestigious Henri Cartier-Bresson prize in 2011, Vanessa Winship. This much overdue exhibition showcases over 150 photographs, uncovering the fragile nature of our landscape and society and exploring how memory leaves its mark.



Find more information and buy your tickets: HERE

The Winners of Photobookfest Dummy Contest 2018


The winner of Photobookfest Dummy contest 2018 was announced at the Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography on 1st June. Andrey Ivanov’s photobook «Go there I don’t know where, take a picture of that I don’t know what» was selected by a Russian and international jury.

Andrey Ivanov about his work: «When I became a parent, I had an idea to make a photographic book for children. I started to photograph subjects and images of Russian fairy tales. At first it was a series of purely staged photos but then I noticed that some of the documentary photos found fit perfectly into this fabulous series».

 More information: HERE