Now on Display: 5 Art Shows to Stop by This Weekend

2016-10-21

Dedicate some spare time furnishing your visual image bank with several photographers from these on-going shows.


Nobuyoshi Araki: A Desktop Paradise

Away from the Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki’s signature art-erotic, private photography, this series is a new side of his art, focusing on imagined landscapes made out of mere household, sentimental objects.

Where: Taka Ishii Gallery Photography Paris, 119 rue Vieille du Temple, 75003 Paris
Exhibit is open until: October 29, 2016

Nobuyoshi Araki “A Desktop Paradise”, 2016, RP-Pro Crystal print, image size: 32.4 × 40.5 cm, paper size: 35.6 × 43.2 cm © Nobuyoshi Araki; Nobuyoshi Araki “A Desktop Paradise”, 2016, RP-Pro Crystal print, image size: 32.4 × 40.5 cm, paper size: 35.6 × 43.2 cm © Nobuyoshi Araki

Learn more about this exhibition through the Taka Ishii Gallery Photography Paris’ website.


American Photographs, 1845 to Now

Revisit America’s history in photography with more than 70 photographs from the museum’s collection: daguerreotypes, portraits to contemporary works, this show documents history of the land of the free.

Where: Amon Carter Museum of American Art, 3501 Camp Bowie Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76107, United States
Exhibit is open until: February 12, 2017

Kenneth Josephson (b. 1932) , Matthew, 1965, Gelatin silver print, 2001, © Kenneth Josephson, Courtesy of Stephen Daiter Gallery, Purchase with funds provided by the Stieglitz Circle of the Amon Carter Museum of American Art Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas; Nicholas Nixon (b. 1947), Chelsea, Massachusetts, 1981, Gelatin silver print © Nicholas Nixon, Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas

Learn more about this exhibition through the Amon Carter Museum of American Art’s website.


Adolfo Doring: Posted 162 Grams

This conceptual work by the Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker and photographer Adolfo Doring are analogue portraits coming from different environments, stylized in diptychs. The images are of women captured in sensual, yet in melancholic beauty.

Where: ART 3 Gallery, 109 Ingraham St Brooklyn, NY 11237
Exhibit is open until: November 6, 2016

© Adolfo Doring, courtesy ART 3 gallery, Brooklyn NY

Learn more about this exhibition through the ART 3 Gallery’s website.


The World of Henri Cartier-Bresson

Take tour around the world with Henri Cartier-Bresson’s retrospective works as he photographs different corners of the Earth through his ‘decisive’ photography.

Where: Peter Fetterman Gallery, 2525 Michigan Ave, Gallery A1, CA 90404 Santa Monica
Exhibit is open until: December 3, 2016

Henri Cartier-Bresson (France, b. 1908-2004), Siphnos, Greece, 1961 / Printed Later, Gelatin Silver Print, 16 × 20 inches, Signed in ink with photographer’s embossed stamp on recto, (Inv# HCB 734); Henri Cartier-Bresson (France, b. 1908-2004), Aquila Degli Abruzzi, Italy, 1952, Gelatin silver print, 20 × 16 inches, Signed in ink on recto, (Inv# 1014)

Learn more about this exhibition through the Peter Fetterman Gallery’s website.


Gordon Parks: I Am You – Selected Works 1942 – 1978

Visit some of the iconic, moving and political works of American documentary photographer Gordon Parks. His cinematography is also being featured in the C/O Berlin.

Where: C/O Berlin Foundation . Amerika Haus . Hardenbergstraße 22–24 . 10623 Berlin
Exhibit is open until: December 4, 2016

09 Untitled, Harlem, New York, 1948,10 Homeless Couple, Harlem, New York, 1948 by Gordon Parks, courtesy of C/O Berlin

Learn more about this event through the C/O Berlin’s website.


All images are from their respective press kits, public domain and/or under the CC License.

written by lomographymagazine on 2016-10-21 #places #galleries #photography #museums #photography-exhibits

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