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.
In her series North End, the photographer Géraldine Lay captures scenes of everyday life in the great cities of Northern Britain: Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool… Lay’s work can be viewed at the Leica Gallery in Paris and in an eponymous publication released by Actes Sud. We talk to the photographer, who enjoys urban strolls in search of a scene, an attitude, a particular composition…
In "Farewell Cape Town", a book published by Éditions Juillet, the photographer Benjamin Hoffman and the writer Sophie Bouillon paint a touching portrait of South Africa’s Mother City. Using black-and-white photography, the book presents a panoramic chiaroscuro of a scarred, yet vibrant metropolis.
The eleventh edition of the Photography Festival in Sète, held every year at the end of May, showcases a series of documentary projects. We present a panorama of participating artists.