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.
Since 1970, the Festival has become a mainstay in the world of photography. Bringing together over 140,000 visitors last year, the Rencontres de la photographie d’Arles is a must-see international cultural event. We have handpicked a selection of works featured in this anniversary edition of the festival.
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.