Author Jean-baptiste Gauvin



France according to Henri Cartier-Bresson

The master’s view of his native country is the theme of an exhibition currently on display at the Foundation bearing his name. The Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson in Paris presents a moving tribute to the artist who theorized “the decisive moment” in photography.

22 Mar 2019 by Jean-baptiste Gauvin

Anne Collier: Marketing tears

The artist’s conceptual photographs challenge the place of women in Western societies and their exploitation in commercial images. An exhibition featuring Anne Collier’s work is on view at the Winterthur FotoMuseum in Switzerland.

21 Mar 2019 by Jean-baptiste Gauvin

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Wim Wenders by Wim Wenders

From April 18 to 22, a visual installation designed by the filmmaker Wim Wenders will occupy the Nave of the Grand Palais. The exhibition curator, Jérôme Neutres, who came up with the idea, answers our questions.

12 Apr 2019 by Jean-baptiste Gauvin

André Kertész’s windows

Until May 4, the Bruce Silverstein Gallery in New York showcases the series Window Views by one of photography’s pioneers, André Kertész. From the time he moved to the United States in 1952 until his death in 1985, the Hungarian photographer created contemplative images by photographing the view from his twelfth-floor apartment window in Washington Square.

17 Apr 2019 by Claire Debost

Miles Aldridge’s aggressively witty mises-en-scène

Until May 4, the Christophe Guye Gallery (Zürich) is featuring the work of the British photographer Miles Aldridge. Entitled Screenprints, Polaroids and Drawings, it spotlights his work in the medium of silkscreen printing, some preparatory works, as well as a selection of his best-known pieces.

29 Mar 2019 by Sophie Puig