Roger Ballen: A Retrospective on a 21st Century Icon

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American photographer Roger Ballen has produced several iconic photographs from his extensive oeuvre; having worked with Magnum Photos and being surrounded by other master photographers such as Edward Steichen, Edward Weston and Andre Kerstesz, Ballen was bound to follow their footsteps.

Now one of the most influential photographers of the 21st century, we witness his ever-growing and developing mastery in the show "Ballen: In Retrospect", to open on Oct. 7 at the Snap! Space in Orlando, and on Oct. 8 at Southeast Museum of Photography in Daytona.

Head Inside Shirt, 2001. From the ’Shadow Chamber’ series
Roger Ballen, photographed by Marguerite Rossouw
Dresie and Casie, twins, Western Transvaal, 1993. From the 'Platteland' series.
I Fink U Freeky, video still.
Stare, 2008. From the ‘Theatre of Apparitions’ series
Mimicry, 2005. From the ‘Boarding House’ series

The show runs through Dec. 17 and 12, respectively.


Images are with permission from the gallery.

written by lomographymagazine on 2016-10-06 #news #people #photography #black-and-white-photography #art-photography #conceptual-photography #roger-ballen

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3 Comments

  1. akula
    akula ·

    I Fink U Freeky

  2. lawypop
    lawypop ·

    one of my fave photographers!

  3. sirio174
    sirio174 ·

    the last photos of hands is my preferred!

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