November 30, 2012

Luan Gallery, Athlone, Ireland - Inaugural exhibition of the new visual art gallery

Inaugural exhibition: Borrowed Memories 
Luan Gallery, Athlone, Co Westmeath, Ireland
Through 24 February 2013

Borrowed Memories: Exhibition from the Collection of the Irish Museum of Modern Art is the inaugural exhibition of the new Luan Gallery, Athlone, County Westmeath, in Ireland, officially opened on Thursday 29 November 2012. 

The name ‘Luan’ derives from the Irish for Athlone, 'Baile Áth Luain' and was proposed as part of a public competition organised to name the new gallery. Designed by Keith Williams Architects, the Luan Gallery is first new visual art gallery to be opened in Ireland in over three years. In its previous incarnations the building which now houses the Luan Gallery has been many things to many people and to the town of Athlone – a library, concert hall, cinema and town hall to name but a few. Commenting on the exhibition Miriam Mulrennan, Manager, the Luan Gallery said: “Rich and colourful memories are associated with the building. Respect for people’s connection to the building formed a centre point in curating Borrowed Memories.” 

Ann Hamilton, Filament II, 1996
Collection Irish Museum of Modern Art, Purchase, 2002
Courtesy of the IMMA, Dublin

The location of the Luan Gallery, in the centre of Ireland, on the banks of the River Shannon is reflected in the work of American artist Ann Hamilton. Filament II, 1996 comprises a silk organza curtain, which has been distressed by the artist, hanging from a circular rail. It is a sculpture with blurred boundaries and changeable volume and form, at once a public and private space. The curtain envelopes you but is transparent, so a shadowy figure is still visible to others standing outside. The presence or absence of people changes perceptions and experience of the work and in this regard it is interactive and participatory.  

Where Do Broken Hearts Go, 2000, by Longford-born Bristol-based artist Daphne Wright became the lynch pin for the idea of memories and the combination of shadow and light that are our own memories and those of others. Layering plays an important part in Wright’s work and here we see, not only the physical layering of the foil strips to create the giant foil cacti, but also the layering of the different elements which come together to make the entire installation – the folded strips of household tinfoil, the Country and Western lyrics and the intaglio prints made from found photographs by an anonymous photographer. 

Patrick Graham, Ark of Dreaming, 1990
Mixed media on canvas, 180 x 316 cm
Collection Irish Museum of Modern Art, Purchase, 1991
Courtesy of the IMMA, Dublin

Westmeath-native Patrick Graham’s Ark of Dreaming, 1990, explores both colour and gesture. Words combined with vestiges of figurative imagery, and layers of heavily worked and reworked paint are applied to the canvas which has been ruthlessly split open and crudely stitched together in a diptych suggestive of an alterpiece. 

The work of Irish artist Shane Cullen created from the smuggled messages of the 1981 Maze hunger strikers presents itself to the audience as a forceful narrative of a dark time in our history which demands reflection. Fragmens Sur Les Institutions Républicaines IV, 1993 - 1997 was made over a period of four years and consists of 96 large styrofoam panels, each carrying transcriptions of the secret messages smuggled out of the H-Blocks in the Maze Prison. The subject matter is controversial but presented in a highly disciplined manner that references historical monuments. Each painted word mimics official government documents. 

Works such as Blue Crucifixion, 2003, by Manchester-born, Irish-based artist Hughie O’Donoghue and Dublin-based photographer Amelia Stein’s Memory and Loss, 2002, series of photographs are also shown. Other works shown in the exhibition include Dublin-based artist Amanda Coogan’s photograph Medea, 2001, and Northern Irish photographer Hannah Starkey’s Untitled, August, 1999.

Luan Gallery, Athlone, County Westmeath
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Eithne Jordan at Rubicon Gallery and at the Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, Ireland

Eithne Jordan, En Route, Works on Paper
Rubicon Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
Through 8 December 2012

Eithne Jordan, Street
Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, Ireland
Through 21 December 2012

Just over twenty new gouache on paper paintings by irish artist Eithne Jordan is on view at Rubicon Gallery in Dublin in an exhibition entitled En Route ('On the road' in french). The paintings are uniformly encased in carefully constructed lucite/acrylic boxes, like small TV screens on pause or a glimpsed view through a car window. Individual paintings have subtle gradations of tone and hue, in this they are evocative of Giorgio Morandi’s reduced and deliberate still-life works, yet we have to assume that Jordan had much less control over her curiously quiet city compositions. The flatness of form and distance inferred in her work are suggestive of Alex Katz’ contradictory bold planes of colour and distinctive painted forms. Eithne Jordan’s compositional balance and measured brush strokes produces considered, familiar but unspecific, urban environments.

Eithne JordanCar Park III, 2011
Gouache on Paper, 18 x 24 cm
© Eithne Jordan. Courtesy Rubicon Gallery, Dublin

Eithne Jordan starts outdoors in her direct environs, taking countless photographs often while commuting to or from the studio and always advancing slowly on foot or bicycle. She deliberately takes incidental, unrefined, arbitrary photos - their imperfections are a valuable attribute in her work – a device she uses as a method to create a distance between what is real and how it can be manipulated and edited. The few photographs she selects as source material for paintings offer a roughness and a fragment of reality that Eithne Jordan enhances in her gouaches, as she adapts elements of the configured scenes to suit her own purposes. The detailed gouache paintings are intimate in scale and draw the viewer in, introducing a human perspective, as her works feature no figures, and are largely devoid of human presence with the occasional exception of passing traffic.    

In her major Royal Hibernian Academy -RHA- exhibition, Street [November 15 - December 21, 2012], the artist Eithne Jordan shows large-scale paintings on linen and canvas. These paintings are developed, without exception, from gouache predecessors, creating a further buffer in her re-drawn representations of reality. In replicating scenes she has produced on a small-scale, Jordan takes on new technical and compositional challenges, many details are frequently and deliberately omitted in the transition from small to larger-scale works and areas which are flat planes on a small scale become vast abstract blocks of colour. En Route, at Rubicon Gallery, features those very specific gouache images that Eithne Jordan chose to paint in oil for her Royal Hibernian Academy exhibition and, since these two exhibitions run concurrently for a time, viewers have an opportunity to see part of this artist’s working process.

A catalogue was published by the Royal Hibernian Academy for the exhibition Eithne Jordan: Street with foreword by the curator Patrick T. Murphy and essays by James Merrigan and Colm Tóibín

Eithne Jordan, Street 
RHA Exhibition Catalogue, 2012
Courtesy of the Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin

EITHNE JORDAN was born in Dublin and lives and works in Dublin and the South of France. She studied in the Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology and then at the Hochschule der Künste in Berlin. Solo exhibitions have included, Small Worlds at the Mac, Belfast and the RHA, Dublin, Street Stills, Assab One, Milan, Night in the City, Rubicon Gallery, Dublin, Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris, Fenderesky Gallery, Belfast, The DOCK, Carrick-on-Shannon and Galway Arts Centre, Galway.

Rubicon Gallery, Dublin 2, Ireland

Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, Ireland

November 28, 2012

Tom Climent at BlueLeaf Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

Tom Climent, Final State
BlueLeaf Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
Through 13 december 2012

Irish artist Tom Climent’s most recent work is on view at Dublin's BlueLeaf Gallery. Most recent Tom Climent's paintings tends to focus on the creation of space, investigating the boundaries between abstraction and representation as a means of conveying this, exploring the dematerialised qualities that one does not actually see in reality and using spatial structures as a vehicle to make this quality solid and physical.

The perception of space is a complex phenomenon; we have not simply a mental apprehension of space but an experience of living space. The creation of space through perspective indicates a fixed point of view; a lived space contains a remembrance of past space and a longing for future spaces. The postion of the viewer is always shifting.

Tom Climent’s practice of art to date has been as a painter and one of his interests has been in how art addresses the body in space. For him a painting could become a window connecting an inside with an outside. In his work the devices of perspective and more abstract methods of reduction can create a pictorial surface which allows our bodily world in.

Tom Climent's initial enquiry was focused around spatial constructs and how they might provide a structured space for our existence. Taking a basic structure as an analogy for our place in the world, he started to create very rudimentary spatial structures; a fundamental shape or vessel that could contain a human presence. People organise space so that it meets their needs and supports their social interations. The space buildings create have an important part in how we live our lives. A body is a lived body and as such the spaces it inhabits are lived spaces.

From this original idea Tom Climent's paintings have become more intricate and complex in structure. As traces of memories and feelings accumulate and overlap on the canvas, construction and deconstruction become active tools in the creation of his paintings. His work reminds us of how our spatial ability becomes spatial knowledge as we navigate our world and with this knowledge we create a place for ourselves. Our expression of this place inheres in the kinds of structures we create for inhabitation. A building is a container - for ourselves.  Is this space then, our most basic root in the world; a footprint of our mode of being here? 

Previous solo shows of TOM CLIMENT works include Between Chance and Rhyme at The Hunt Museum, New Paintings at The Fenton Gallery, Pure at The Temple Bar Gallery & Studios, Dust at Garter Lane Arts Centre, Hansels House at Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, A Light Enters The Land at BlueLeaf Gallery, Dancing Parade at Triskel Arts Centre, Ashlar at The Alley Theatre Arts Centre, Harvester House at The South Tipperary Arts Centre and more recently his MA by Research exhibition at The Wandeford Quay Gallery.

TOM CLIMENT is a recipient of the Tony O’Malley award and Victor Treacey award. The artist work is in the collections of  The Central Bank, The National Treasury Management Agency, University College Cork, AIB Bank, The National Self-Portrait Collection, NCB Stockbrokers, The Cork Opera House, Cork City Council , The Office of Public Works, Cork Institute of Technology & Private Collections in Ireland, UK,USA, Spain & Canada.

Ciara Gibbons, Director
Lorna Sweeney, Gallery Manager

BlueLeaf Gallery
Whitaker Court, Whitaker Square
Dublin - Ireland 

November 24, 2012

Platform Graduate Award 2012 Recipient: Joella Wheatley

Artist Joella Wheatley was announced last night as the inaugural recipient of the Platform Graduate Award 2012. About the Platform Graduate Award 2012 and Joella Wheatley, you can read a previous post on this blogzine.

Joella Wheatley, Untitled Platform Graduate Award recipient
Courtesy of Turner Contemporary, Margate

The 22 year old was presented with the award at Modern Art Oxford by artist Lindsay Seers for her work - a series of intense paintings that explore the mind as a channel for restructuring the concept of space.

Victoria Pomery, Acting Chair of Contemporary Visual Arts Network (CVAN) South East and Director, Turner Contemporary said: ‘We look forward to seeing how Joella will build on this opportunity in her future career. CVAN South East would like to see Platform continue to develop closer working relationships between South East galleries and their local Higher Education institutions while providing opportunities to support and showcase new talent.’

Joella Wheatley was one of eight graduate artists shortlisted as part of the Platform Graduate Award 2012 - an inaugural mentor programme devised by the CVAN South East network, between galleries and emerging artists from the South East.

Platform Award selection panel member and Director of MK Gallery, Anthony Spira said the standard of work throughout the Platform project had been particularly high, highlighting the wealth of Fine Art talent in the South East.

Over the last few months four flagship galleries, Aspex, MK Gallery, Modern Art Oxford and Turner Contemporary, have each provided a platform for 31 recent graduates from each of their local art colleges, of which eight were shortlisted for the award.

Joella Wheatley will receive a 12-month tailored programme of professional development from the four South East art galleries as well as £2,500 bursary towards further development of her practice.

Joella Wheatley, artist's

Turner Contemporary, Rendezvous, Margate, CT9 1HG, UK

November 20, 2012

Product Design Days 2012, Chennai, India & I Design Awards 2012-2013

PDD - Product Design Days 2012 & I Design Awards 2012-2013Chennai Convention Centre, India
22 & 23 November 2012

I Design Award Icon

PRODUCT DESIGN DAYS 2012 in India is a platform created for indian small and medium business (SMB) to interact and forge business relationship with design service providers. PDD 2012 is an avenue for SMBs to get an insight on the advantages of integrating design in their businesses, thereby empowering them to compete in the global market. The conference attempts to educate them in the processes and modalities of design development and design management. It is an arena where small & medium business houses can educate themselves with the intricacies and nuances of incorporating product design as a part of their manufacturing process, including how to approach and brief a design firm and plan the early stages of the product design development. Apart from the conference and exhibition, Product Design Days 2012 provides end to end design solutions for SMBs covering the entire spectrum of the product design portfolio.

- Interesting Product and industrial design event in India
- Over 600 Pre-registered delegates from the Indian manufacturing industry
- 15 National and International speakers,
- 25 Design firms and allied industries exhibiting
- 16 International award-winning products on display,
- Design gallery with over 200 international award winning designs
- Daily conferences featuring eminent national and international speakers
- An exhibition showcasing Indian and International design firms and allied industries


The successful first edition of the I Design Awards has declared 39 winners from over 300 submissions selected by jury panel.

Packaging Design: Nikhil Autade - Hardik Gandhi for Godrej Consumer Products Ltd
Lighting Design: Sudhanwa Chavan - Abhijit Bansod for Bpl Technovision Pvt Ltd, Bangalore - Bambooed India for Bambooed
Electronic Equipment Design: Mohit Yadav - Rishabh Bhardwaj - Manojkumar A G for Lumium Innovations (2 products design awarded) - Chandrashekhar Nadgouda for Trane
Electrical Household Devices Design: Sanbid Golui for Designlipi Projects Private Ltd - Sharanya Nair - Sharma Vipul - Chandrashekhar Nadgouda for Trane - Shilpa Marathe
Home and Office Equipment Design: Uttam Banerjee
Public and Outdoor Products Design: Himanshu Goyal
Home Furniture Design: Parin Sanghvi - Hardik Gandhi for Designgandhi
Decorative Items and Culinaryware Design: Vidhi Goel for Tupperware Brands, Slabs - Swati Gakkher For Arttdinox for Arttdinox
Office Furniture Design: Rahul Deshpande for Wipro Ltd-Wipro Furniture Business - Anindya Dasgupta, also for Wipro Furniture Business
Personal Products and Accessories Design: Ankit Vyas for Wellcrow Photogears Pvt. Ltd
Medical Equipment and Devices Design: Sharanya Nair - Malav Sanghvi - Nikhil Autade - Manojkumar A G for Lumium Innovations
Transportation and Mobility Design: Tilak Deepak Roy for Tdr Groups - Riten Gojiya - Susovan Mazumder - Riten Gojiya - Sarwar Sayeed - Raunaq Babbar - Riten Gojiya
Building Components and Sanitaryware Design: Manojna Bellur
Capital Goods Design: Kunal Ghate for Forbes Marshall Pvt. Ltd
Prosumer Products and Tools Design: Desmania Design Pvt. Ltd for Cst
Recreational Products Design: Sarang Kusale

Here are some pictures of awarded products design. All photos and images of this post are courtesy of the designers, brands/clients, I Design Award & Unitech Exhibitions Private Limited, Chennai.

Plug-in Camera Case by Ankit Vyas
I Design Award Winner in Personal Products and Accessories Design Category, 2012-2013

Camera Case, Design ANKIT VYAS Plug-in Camera and Lenses Case Design by ANKIT VYAS

Plug-in Camera Case, Design ANKIT VYAS Plug-in Camera and Lenses Case Design by ANKIT VYAS

Ankit Vyas, the project leader of the awarded design Plug-in says “Plug-in is the safest camera/lens case available so far. It is the only soft case which can withstand load up to 100 kg and protects equipment against severe jerks and drops from up to 1 m. This is why with Plug-in, taking care of your DSLR is not a hassle anymore. In addition, due to its slim shape any type of existing bag can be used as a camera bag with Plug-in fitted in. Using the removable strap your Plug-in is also a standalone camera bag which can be carried in two different ways. Its waist bag configuration has a unique usage as a protective lens changer for professional photographers.”

camera_case_wellcrow_photogears Plug-in Camera and Lenses Case Design by ANKIT VYAS

This photographic case was previously exhibited in Gujarat Photo Video Trade Fair in August-September, 2012. It was made by Wellcrow Photogears Pvt. Ltd, a start-up by two photography enthusiasts: Ankit Vyas and Shaival Desai.

Munch Cafe Chair by Rahul Deshpande
I Design Award Winner in Office Furniture Design Category, 2012-2013

Munch Cafe Chair Design by  Rahul DeshpandeMunch Cafe Chair Design by RAHUL DESHPANDE

rahul_deshpande_chair_design Munch Cafe Chair Design by RAHUL DESHPANDE

Rahul Deshpande, the project leader of the winning design Munch explains “Most uniquness of the design is its form which helps in 1. keeping/hanging the tiffinbag/handbag/purse temporarily on the nothc in the back rest, making user feel relaxed while eating & 2. the nothches give a firm grip (essentially with both hands) ensuring the housekeeping is handling the chair easily wihtout any stress on their back. It aslo gives a stackable solution. The mat laminate finish not only gives vibrant colours but also provides a comfortable seating grip & also makes the chair maintainence friendly & hygninic.”

Connect retractable tandem bicycle by Susovan Mazumder
I Design Award Winner in Transportation and Mobility Design Category, 2012-2013
susovan_mazumder_design Connect Bicycle Design by SUSOVAN MAZUMDER

susovan_mazumder_design_bicycleConnect Bicycle Design by SUSOVAN MAZUMDER

Susovan Mazumder, the designer of the awarded project Connect demonstrates “Connect is a retractable tandem bicycle which can be ridden solo as well as by two riders. It uses a retractable frame with integrated shaft dive system for engaging and disengaging the secondary pedal to the drive system. it uses simplistic design approach matched with contemporary colors to give a feel of a futuristic and fun city bicycle.”

Numnum a Playful Spoon For Child (2-5 Years Old) by Sarang Kusale
I Design Award Winner in Recreational Products Design Category, 2012-2013

sarang_kusale_design Numnum Design by SARANG KUSALE

sarang_kusale_designer Numnum Design by SARANG KUSALE

Sarang Kusale, the designer of the awarded design Numnum explains “Children of age two to five years like to play always. This element of playfulness can be effectively used to make a monotonous task enjoyable. This spoon encourage the child to eat with his/her own hands, the multiform nature of spoon provides flexibility and encourage to play and eat. To hold the spoon the child can use power grip position, and it will improve the motor movement skills. The perceived multi-form and multi-hold nature of spoons boosts the imagination of child and he/she will think loud and tell different stories. ”

Product Design Days 2012 and I Design Awards 2012-2013 are organised by Chennai based Unitech Exhibitions Pvt. Ltd. and managed by Geo & Nobi Events and Exhibitions Pvt Ltd. "This event will help expedite the process of Indian SMBs venturing into Research, Product engineering and Design rather than business houses blindly copying successful product ideas," said Augustine Kurian, MD, Geo & Nobi Events and Exhibitions Pvt. Ltd. "We have consciously kept this event as a "no-frills" Manufacturer/Designer meet rather than a forum to discuss Design at a very intellectual level," he added. Unni Tharakan, MD, Unitech Exhibitions Pvt. Ltd. said, "The concept of design as a marketing tool will excite the Indian SMBs and is sure to set the ball rolling for indigenous and innovative products meeting international standards."

Established in August 2001, Unitech Exhibitions Private Limited (UEPL) specialises in trade fairs for businesses in niche industrial segments. UEPL has handled trade shows such as Analysis India, EEWAC, Hotel & Restaurant Tech, Bottled Water India, Post Harvest, Business Park, Roof India, Hand Tools & Fastener Expo and third party events like PU Tech 2005 to 2011, Weld India 2005 to 2011.

Unitech Exhibitions Private Limited -UEPL
338, 1st Main Road, Nehru Nagar Indl Estate, OMR, Chennai 600096, INDIA
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Chennai Convention Centre is located at Chennai Trade Centre, Nandambakkam, Chennai - India

November 15, 2012

Festival Photo Circulation(s) 2013, Bagatelle et galerie Côté Seine, Paris

Troisième édition de Circulation(s), festival de la jeune photographie européenne 
Galerie Côté Seine et Trianon du parc de Bagatelle, Paris
22 février - 31 mars 2013

Circulation(s) #3 festival de la jeune photographie européenne organisé par l’association Fetart, se déroulera durant un mois dans deux lieux différents, la galerie Côté Seine et le Trianon du parc de Bagatelle à Paris. Présidé cette année par François Cheval, il présentera une exposition de plus de 40 photographes européens ainsi que de nombreuses autres manifestations.

Circulation(s) 2013
Photo © Cristina De Middel, de la série The Afronauts

Le festival Circulation(s) 2013 propose pour la troisième année un regard croisé sur l’Europe à travers la photographie. La seconde édition en 2012 qui a accueilli près de 25.000 visiteurs et connu un grand succès. Ce festival a pour vocation de présenter un panorama de la nouvelle génération de photographes européens et de mettre en synergie des initiatives culturelles européennes autour de l'image. 

La programmation s’articule autour de la sélection d’un jury suite à un appel à candidatures international, d’invités (une galerie et une école) et de la carte blanche de 4 artistes du parrain de l’édition 2013, François Cheval. Autour d’une exposition réunissant une trentaine de photographes européens, des activités pédagogiques (visites commentées par les artistes, projections,...) et des ateliers (lectures de portfolios,...) 
sont mis en place à destination du grand public et des jeunes photographes. 

Les quatre artistes auxquels François Cheval a donné carte blanche sont : Morgane Denzler, Stan Guigui, Philippe Pétremant, Manon Recordon.

PHILIPPE PETREMANTLes sept mercenaires
Photo © Philippe Pétremant. Courtesy galerie Le Réverbère, Lyon

Né en 1976, Philippe Pétremant vit et travaille à Lyon. Après avoir étudié à l’École des beaux-arts de Saint-Etienne, il obtient son DNSE en 2001, autour des toutes premières images de la série Vacuité(s). En 2002, il entre à la galerie Le Réverbère, qui présente son travail lors de la foire Paris Photo, après avoir exposé à Amsterdam à la maison Descartes (Institut français des Pays-Bas) et participé à la Villette au salon Jeune Création. Outre les collectionneurs privés qui découvrent son univers à Paris Photo en 2002, 2004, 2006 et 2010, le FNAC, le musée de la Roche-sur-Yon, le musée Nicéphore Niépce et les artothèques d’Angers, d’Annecy, de Brest et le Conseil Régional Rhône-Alpes ont déjà acquis ses photographies.

Les photographes invités : Chaque année le festival offre une visibilité particulière à deux structures européennes dédiées à l’image. Cette année, l’école invitée est l’École Supérieure des Arts Saint-Luc à Liège, (Belgique) et la galerie Anzenberger (Autriche). Les artistes invités par l’Ecole Supérieure des Arts Saint-Luc à Liège, Belgique : Maxence Dedry, Elodie Ledure Les artistes invités par la galerie Anzenberger, Autriche : Thomas Herbrich, Klaus Pichler.

Plusieurs projets spéciaux sont accueillis sous forme d’exposition, de projection et d’installation :
- 16ème Prix de Jeunes Talents vfg en photographie, Suisse - Projection
- Les coups de cœur des festivals européens - Projection
- Isabelle Blanc - Installation
- Jean-Jacques Calbayrac - Installation
- Joël Curtz - Installation
- Cristina De Middel - Photographie et installation
- Françoise Michaud - Installation
- Susanna Pozzoli - Installation
- Chantal Vey - Installation

Le catalogue de l'exposition Circulation(s) 
L’édition d’un catalogue de référence bilingue (anglais/français) en couleurs présentant l’ensemble des artistes et des intervenants de Circulation(s) # 3 sera édité par Trans Photographic Press. Il sera vendu 22 € dans toutes les librairies spécialisées et sur place durant tout le festival. 

Plus d'informations sur 

Parc de Bagatelle, route de Sèvres à Neuilly 75016 Paris
Ou Parc de Bagatelle, Allée de Longchamp 75016 Paris
De 11h à 17h du 22 février au 1er mars 2013, puis de 11h à 18h30 à partir du 2 mars
Accès libre et gratuit

Luigi Ghirri & Photographes Italiens emergents - Thanks to Luigi Ghirri,

Thanks to Luigi Ghirri & Italian Emerging Photography 
Mois de la Photo 2012 Paris
Montrasio Arte à l'Hôtel de Sauroy, Paris
Jusqu'au 1er décembre 2012

Exposition de la série Atlas de Luigi Ghirri et du travail de 6 photographes émergents : Marco Barbon, Ottavia Castellina, Margherita Cesaretti, Alessandro Imbriaco, Claudia Pozzoli, Susanna Pozzoli.

Exposition organisée à Paris dans le cadre du Mois de la Photo par la galerie italienne Montrasio Arte, sous le commissariat de Laura Serani du 2 novembre au 1er décembre à l’Hôtel de Sauroy à Paris 3e. Autour du thème Le Réel enchanté, Thanks to Luigi Ghirri propose un regard panoramique sur l’héritage laissé à une nouvelle génération, engagée dans une redéfinition et une nouvelle élaboration du champ de la photographie.

© Luigi Ghirri. Courtesy Montrasio Arte, Milan

Luigi Ghirri, de la série Atlas, 1973 - 1974, vintage, tirage couleur (chromogenic), 23.5 x 34.5 cm 
© Luigi Ghirri. Courtesy Montrasio Arte, Milan

« Tous les voyages possibles ont été décrits et tous les itinéraires tracés, désormais le seul voyage possible semble être celui dans la sphère des signes et des images, ceci est la destruction de l’expérience directe…» Luigi Ghirri
Atlas (1973-1974) travail emblématique de Luigi Ghirri présenté ici, est l’illustration parfaite de cette abstraction qui l’amenait à s’interroger constamment sur la façon de restituer le réel et le paysage, à commencer par celui du Bel Paese. Acteur majeur de la photographie italienne et véritable référence pour des générations d’artistes, Luigi Ghirri (1943-1992) a joué un rôle clé, pour sa réflexion théorique autant que pour ses travaux très précurseurs et pour l’utilisation novatrice de la couleur.

Thanks to Luigi Ghirri propose un regard panoramique sur l’héritage laissé à une nouvelle génération, engagée dans une redéfinition et une nouvelle élaboration du champ de la photographie. L’exposition réunit six photographes aux démarches différentes. Leur point commun autour du « maître » est la grande liberté qui a caractérisé son œuvre. De la nouvelle évocation du passé à celle de la magie de la nature, la liberté des photographes contemporains mélange les genres et introduit des nouveaux codes expressifs dans des démarches documentaires où le ton narratif, parfois autobiographique, joue un rôle important. Ainsi, même quand il s’agit « d’histoires vraies », comme pour Asmara Dream de Marco Barbon ( ou On the Block, Harlem Private View de Susanna Pozzoli ( (travail réalisé grâce au programme de résidences pour artistes Harlem Studio Fellowship by Montrasio Arte) une poésie habite les images et les suspend au dessus de leur réalité dans une autre dimension, entre fiction et mémoire. On peut alors s’apercevoir qu’une démarche journalistique et une recherche conceptuelle libèrent une très forte charge émotionnelle. Ce nouveau regard porté sur le réel et l’invention d’un monde est encore plus évident avec Ottavia Castellina ( qui invente le passé de lieux empruntés aux souvenirs d’une étrangère ; avec l’herbier magique de Margherita Cesaretti ( et ses étranges plantes résultats d’hybridations techniques; dans Static Drama de Alessandro Imbriaco ( (travail également développé pendant le Harlem Studio Fellowship by Montrasio Arte), où les extérieurs des maisons, photographiés à la tombée de la nuit, deviennent les décors/archétypes de possibles drames domestiques ou encore les montagnes enchantées de Claudia Pozzoli (, solitaires et imposantes comme des métaphores.

Texte de la Commissaire d'exposition Laura Serani

Cette exposition a été pensée et réalisée par Montrasio Arte, galerie privée italienne née en 1939, basée à Milan et Monza qui au fil du temps, a soutenu avec des projets très approfondis (dont le programme de résidences pour artistes Harlem Studio Fellowship by Montrasio Arte à New York) le travail de jeunes artistes et photographes prometteurs. Après sa présentation à l’Hôtel de Sauroy lors du Mois de la Photo, l’exposition itinérante sera montrée dans différents lieux artistiques en Italie.

Un catalogue édité par Ruggero Montrasio et Laura Serani a été publié à l’occasion de l’exposition par Montrasio Arte. Il été enrichi de textes écrits par Daniele Astrologo Abadal et Laura Serani. 

Exposition et catalogue Montrasio Arte
Hôtel de Sauroy, 58 rue Charlot - Paris  75003

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November 14, 2012

Andy Warhol at Christie's realizes $17 to benefit The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts

Andy Warhol at Christie's New York First sale in the multi-year and multi-platform series to benefit The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, November 12, 2012

Christie’s announces the results of Andy Warhol at Christie’s, the three single-artist sales of Photographs, Prints, and Paintings and Works on Paper held at Christie’s New York on November 12, 2012, to benefit The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Proceeds from this first auction in a multi-year, multi-platform partnership between the Foundation and Christie’s realized a total of $17,017,050 for the Foundation’s endowment, enabling the institution to ensure and expand its long-term support of the visual arts.  The sale achieved sell-through rates of 91% by lot and 82% by value.

Amy Cappellazzo, Chairman, Post-War & Contemporary Development at Christie’s, stated:  “Today’s vigorous launch of the Warhol Foundation sales was met with enthusiasm by established and new collectors globally, including successful bidders from mainland China, Russia, the European Union, the Middle East and the Americas.  Warhol’s enduring appeal was underscored by a 91% sell-through rate by lot, with Photographs and Prints performing exceedingly well.  Today’s sales have set the stage beautifully for the next offering of works from the Collection of The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, which includes a selling exhibition in Hong Kong and the debut of online-only sales in February.  The sales today were in our traditional auction channel and proved that our global collector network is the strongest in the art world and we are honored to leverage our standing on behalf of the Warhol Foundation in support of its noble mission.”

ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987)  
Endangered Species: San Francisco Silverspot 
Estimate: $1,000,000-$1,500,000 
Price realized: $1,258,500
Image © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts

Leading the sale of 354 works by Andy Warhol were Endangered Species: San Francisco Silverspot which had an estimate of $1,000,000 - $1,500,000 and sold for $1,258,500, followed by Endangered Species:  Bighorn Ram, estimated at $700,000 - $1,000,000 which achieved $842,500, and Jackie, which more than doubled its high estimate of $300,000, realizing $626,500.  

ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987)  
Endangered Species: Bighorn Ram 
Estimate: $700,000-$1,000,000 
Price realized: $842,500 
Image © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts

Among the diverse expanse of works offered in today’s sale we saw a strong demand for unique photographs and prints with many exceeding high estimates, including  Self-Portrait in Fright Wig, estimated at $12,000 - $18,000, which achieved $50,000;  Enna Jetticks, estimated at $50,000 - $70,000 which reached $206,500 and Dove, estimated at $60,000-$80,000 and selling for $266,500.  

ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987)
Self-Portrait in Fright Wig, 1986
Unique Polacolor ER print, 4 1/4 x 3 3/8 in.
Estimate: $12,000-$18,000
Price realized: $50,000
Image © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts

ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987)
Estimate: $60,000-$80,000
Price realized: $266,500
Image © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts

Michael Straus, Chairman of the Board of The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, stated:  “We warmly welcome the results of this first auction. It has allowed us to increase our grant-making capacity at a time when the arts community needs support and has engaged an ever-expanding audience with the art of Andy Warhol.  Andy Warhol at Christie’s has advanced both our philanthropic programs and our work in keeping Andy’s legacy alive.”

ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987)
Screenprint on acetate and colored paper collage on board, 21 1/4 x 21 1/8 in., Executed circa 1960s.
Estimate: $200,000-$300,000
Price realized: $626,500
Image © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts

Joel Wachs, President of The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, stated:  “This first sale has proved to be a fitting marker for the Foundation’s 25th anniversary year.  The new level of global access to Andy Warhol’s work that this series of sales makes possible, along with the bolstering of our philanthropic base, makes this an important moment for the Foundation and indeed for the world of art.”

The November 12 auction was the first of a number of phased sales by Christie’s of works from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts’ collection. Future sales in the series will include online auctions beginning in February 2013 and private sales conducted on an ongoing basis.  

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November 13, 2012

Expo Annette Messager, Strasbourg + Livre

Annette Messager, Continents noirs
Musée d’Art moderne et contemporain de Strasbourg
Jusqu'au 3 février 2013

Le Musée d’Art moderne et contemporain de Strasbourg présente actuellement la première exposition consacrée à l’artiste Annette Messager dans un musée français depuis la grande rétrospective qui s’est tenue en 2007 au Centre Pompidou. L’exposition Continents noirs réunit des oeuvres réalisées entre 2010 et 2012, dont la plupart font l’objet d’une première présentation publique.   
Artiste majeure de la scène contemporaine internationale, Annette Messager, née en 1943, a reçu en 2005 le Lion d’Or de la Biennale de Venise, où elle représentait la France. 

Annette Messager crée, depuis le début des années 1970, une oeuvre singulière dans laquelle se mêlent, sur le mode de la collection, du bricolage et du jeu, des éléments de différentes natures, tels photographies, dessins, broderies, objets manufacturés, animaux naturalisés. Son univers, empreint d’humour, qui témoigne d’une fascination pour l’art brut, célèbre la femme dans son quotidien le plus banal, tout en traquant le monde à travers ses vestiges, à la manière d’un ethnologue.  

A partir de 2001, Annette Messager crée de grandes et sombres installations animées par d’inquiétantes mécaniques, qui mettent en scène des corps fragmentés ou disloqués, métaphores de déchirements existentiels ; elles empruntent à l’univers du théâtre, du cinéma expressionniste ainsi que du conte populaire, comme Casino, l’installation en 3 temps réalisée à l’occasion de la Biennale de Venise, 
dont le pantin Pinocchio était le fil rouge. 

Dans ses oeuvres les plus récentes, Annette Messager présente un monde à la  noirceur cataclysmique ; un monde  pétrifié, carbonisé, un univers urbain d’après la catastrophe, dont les résidus miniaturisés flottent, agglutinés en des sortes d’îlots volants, ou semblent étouffer ce qu’il reste de vie sur la planète terre. Lointainement inspirée de l’univers de Swift dans ses Voyages de Gulliver,  elle explore ici un registre relevant du fantastique ou de la science fiction, pour mettre en scène les pathologies du monde contemporain, en une manière de conte philosophique ou de fable politique. L’esprit de jeu et de dérision qui lui sont familiers allègent la gravité de son propos, tenant à distance l’effroi par l’évocation du monde de l’enfance. 

Le parcours de l’exposition, élaboré dans un dialogue étroit avec l’artiste, inclut une vingtaine d’oeuvres, monumentales pour trois d’entre elles, ou de format plus modeste, comme écritures en filet de pêche, objets sculpturaux et dessins.  

Commissaire de l'exposition : Joëlle Pijaudier-Cabot, Conservatrice du patrimoine, Directrice des Musées de la Ville de Strasbourg 

Publication : Les Editions Xavier Barral - EXB - ont publié Annette Messager, Continents noirs, 96 pages, 32 x 21 cm

ANNETTE MESSAGER, Continents noirs
Les Editions Xavier Barral, 2012

L’ouvrage déploie une succession de vues des oeuvres récentes d’Annette Messager, le lecteur circulant à travers elles comme le spectateur à travers les installations. L’artiste a demandé à l’écrivain américain Norman Spinrad d’écrire un texte évoquant son récent travail. Auteur de science fiction, Spinrad dépeint dans ses romans et nouvelles des univers fantastiques au bord de la dérive. Fragiles chevelures bougeant au gré de souffleries, chaussures abandonnées et petits objets du quotidien recouverts d’une sombre feuille d’aluminium froissé, dispersés sur le sol sous une bâche, éléments suspendus et mobiles se déployant telle une masse noire et menaçante, à la fois aérienne et terriblement pesante, ces installations et oeuvres oscillent entre le monumental et le miniature. Elles suscitent le sentiment de l’instable et du fugitif, et se font l’écho des tensions du monde d’aujourd’hui. Menaces écologiques et troubles des temps modernes transparaissent dans ses installations devenues autant de continents noirs. Traces ou vestiges d’un monde imaginaire plutôt inquiétant, les dernières créations d’Annette Messager nous plongent dans le mystère de leurs origines.

Musée d’Art moderne et contemporain de Strasbourg
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November 12, 2012

Bela Kolarova Retrospective, Raven Row, London, 2013

Běla Kolářová
Raven Row, London
31 January - 7 April 2013

Raven Row, London, presents the first posthumous retrospective of the work of Czech artist Běla Kolářová (1923-2010). The show is both the first solo exhibition of the artist in the UK and the first major survey of her work outside the Czech Republic.

Alphabet of Things, 1964
Silver bromide photograph
13.8 x 18.8 cm
Courtesy of the Estate of Běla Kolářová

From her trademark ‘artificial negatives’, ‘pure light drawings’ and ‘derealised portraits’ to her assemblages and collages, Běla Kolářová pioneered an art based on intimate objects often associated with domesticity and the feminine. The works on display will span Kolářová’s career to include documentary photographs from the late fifties, camera-less experiments, ‘arranged’ photographs of objects and hair and assemblages from the sixties, as well as make-up drawings and assemblages from the seventies and eighties.

While rooted in the context of the Cold War and exile, Běla Kolářová’s practice is also closely linked to the life of her husband, the influential artist and poet Jiří Kolář, whose work overshadowed her own until its recent rediscovery. Despite the difficulties of exhibiting in her own country, she was able to develop a unique body of work, both formally and conceptually. As this exhibition will demonstrate, its legacy to the history of art – on both sides of the Iron Curtain – is anything but modest, unlike its materials and its author’s personality.

An accompanying catalogue published by Raven Row will include new essays by Prague-based writer and curator Karel Císař and Matthew S Witkovsky, Chair and Curator of the Department of Photography at the Art Institute of Chicago, as well as an edited conversation between Alice Motard and Czech art historian Marie Klimešová, who organised the most complete exhibition of the artist’s work to date at Olomouc Museum of Art in the Czech Republic in 2006.

The exhibition is curated by Marie Klimešová and Alice Motard.

BELA KOLAROVA (born 1923, Terezín, former Czechoslovakia, died 2010, Prague). In 1980, during the era of ‘Normalisation’, Běla Kolářová and her husband Jiří Kolář left Czechoslovakia and lived in Paris before moving back to Prague in 1999. Kolářová’s work can be found in a number of private and public collections, among which the National Gallery and the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague, the Moravian Gallery in Brno, the Olomouc Museum of Art, and the Musée National d’Art Moderne in Paris. Since it was shown at documenta 12 in Kassel in 2007, her work has been included in group exhibitions in Vienna, Paris, London, Schwaz (Austria) and Cologne.

56 Artillery Lane
London E1 7LS
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BnF : La Photographie en 100 chefs d'oeuvres - Expo 2012-2013

La photographie en cent chefs-d’œuvre
BnF - François-Mitterrand, Paris
13 novembre 2012 - 17 février 2013

L'affiche de l'exposition à la BnF avec une photo signée Man Ray

« Choisir parmi les trésors photographiques que conserve la Bibliothèque est un exercice difficile auquel notre collection se prête avec bonheur. Photographies d’art, documentaires, scientifiques, images issues de fonds d’écrivains ou de savants, de fonds de journaux ou de théâtre, images de cinéma... aucune autre institution française ne rassemble une telle variété, des origines de la photographie à nos jours.» -- Bruno Racine, président de la BnF.

De la plus ancienne pièce présentée, un essai de William Henry Fox Talbot de 1839, à la plus récente de la sélection, une image prise à Fos-sur-Mer en 1986 par Lewis Baltz, les cent photographies exposées questionnent le concept de chef-d’œuvre. Quelle photographie peut prétendre accéder à ce statut ? Une grande image d’un grand auteur ?  Sans nul doute, mais tout autant une photographie scientifique qui atteint la perfection dans son domaine ou un tirage anonyme ancien qui anticipe de façon étonnante sur l’art des 20e et 21e siècles. 

Parmi les photographies les plus anciennes, le daguerréotype réalisé par Joseph Philibert Girault de Prangey en 1842.

Joseph Philibert Girault de Prangey (1804-1892)
Athènes. 1842. Palmier près de l’église Saint Théodore
Daguerréotype pleine plaque. 24 x 18 cms
Ancienne collection du comte Charles de Simony
BnF, Estampes et photographie

Portraits, paysages, nus, reportages, publicité, photographie scientifique, tous les genres sont représentés à travers le regard de grands noms de la photographie :  Eugène Atget, Félix Nadar, Frantisek Drtikol, Diane Arbus, Raoul Hausmann, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Man Ray, Franco Fontana, William Eggleston, Claude Levi-Strauss, Brassaï, Julia Margaret Cameron, André Kertesz, Bill Brandt, Gustave Le Gray, Gilles Caron...

Etienne-Jules Marey (1830-1904), Saut long et élevé, 1882
Tirage sur papier albuminé d’après négatif sur verre au gélatino-bromure d’argent. 7x9 cms
Don du Collège de France en 1976

Des photographies anonymes ou d’autres, plus étonnantes encore, réalisées par des écrivains tels Emile Zola, Victor Segalen ou Jacques Prévert font également partie des trésors sélectionnés pour l’occasion. A noter,également, un autoportrait réalisé par Edgar Degas en 1895 (photo reproduite ci-dessous avec l'autorisation de la BnF).

Edgar Degas (1834-1917)
Autoportrait avec Zoé Clousier. Automne 1895
Tirage argentique. 24,2 x 18,2 cms
Don en 1920 de René Degas, frère de l’artiste
BnF, Estampes et photographie

La beauté formelle et la qualité du tirage - toujours exceptionnelle - font l’intérêt des photographies exposées, de même que leur mode d’entrée dans les collections de la Bibliothèque, qui participe de l’histoire de chaque image :  don de l’auteur ou de sa famille, dation, acquisition parfois très précoce telle la photographie mythique de Mai 68 de Gilles Caron acquise en grand tirage dès septembre de la même année. Ces modes d’entrée sont en filigrane une histoire de la constitution de la collection de la BnF.

Loin d’écrire une histoire de la photographie, le parcours de l’exposition se déroule d’image en image au fil de rapprochements et de correspondances esthétiques et formelles. Ni chronologique ni thématique, la déambulation s’ouvre ainsi sur l’essai de Talbot de 1839 pour se clore au gré d’associations visuelles sur un autoportrait d’Emile Zola.

Albert Peignot,  Radiographie d’un volatile, 1896
Tirage sur papier citrate. 8,5 x 22,5 cms
Ancienne collection Léon Vidal pour le Musée des
photographies documentaires
BnF, Estampes et photographie

Arturo Bragaglia (1893-1962), L’éventail, 1928
Tirage argentique
Archives internationales de la danse. D.R.
BnF, Bibliothèque Musée de l’Opéra

Commissaires d'exposition : Sylvie Aubenas, directeur du département des Estampes et de la photographie, BnF, Marc Pagneux, expert et collectionneur 
Coordination : Aurélie Brun, chargée d’expositions, BnF

Publication - Catalogue de l'exposition : La photographie en cent chefs-d’œuvre
Sous la direction de Sylvie Aubenas et Marc Pagneux
196 pages / 100 illustrations 
Prix : 39 euros

Le catalogue édité par la BnF reflète la logique de l’exposition : classique dans son principe, qui consiste à montrer de très belles photographies, et décalée dans sa réalisation qui s’éloigne des traditionnels axes monographiques ou thématiques. Cet ouvrage regroupe toutes les photographies exposées, assorties de commentaires réalisés par des personnalités aussi variées que les photographes, parmi lesquelles des artistes, des acteurs du monde de la culture ou des écrivains, dont par exemple Anish Kapoor, Annette Messager, Roberto Alagna, David Lynch, Anne Pingeot ou encore Patrick Modiano, Michel Pastoureau, Charles Baudelaire... Le catalogue propose également un texte des commissaires ainsi que des notices descriptives scientifiques complètes accompagnées d’un éclairage sur l’histoire de chaque image.  


3 Anonymes
Manuel Alvarez Bravo (1902-2002) 
James Anderson (1813-1877) 
Rogi André (1900-1970) 
Diane Arbus (1923-1971) 
Eugène Atget (1857-1927) 
Charles Aubry (1811-1877) 
Edouard Baldus (1813-1889) 
Lewis Baltz (né en 1945) 
George N. Barnard (1819-1902) 
Auguste Bartholdi (1834-1904) 
Ernest Benecke (1817-1894) 
Paul Berthier (1822-1912) 
Auguste Rosalie Bisson (1826-1900) 
Félix Bonfils (1831-1885) 
Arturo Bragaglia (1893-1962) 
Bill Brandt (1904-1983) 
Brassaï (1899-1984) 
Leonida Caldesi (1822-1891) 
Harry Callahan (1912-1999) 
Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879) 
Jean Carlu (1900-1997) et André Vigneau (1892-1968) 
Gilles Caron (1939-1970) 
Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004) 
Désiré Charnay (1828-1915) 
Pierre-Joseph dit Aimé Civiale (1821-1893) 
Louis de Clercq (1837-1901) 
Charles Clifford (1819-1863) 
Jules Ferdinand Coste (1829-1873) 
Eugène Cuvelier (1837-1900) 
Edgar Degas (1834-1917) 
André-Adolphe-Eugène Disdéri (1819-1889) 
Frantisek Drtikol (1883-1961) 
Eugène Druet (1868-1917) 
Jean-Baptiste Henri Durand-Brager (1814-1879) et Lassimonne 
Louis Emile Durandelle (1839-1917) 
Eugène Durieu (1800-1874) 
William Eggleston (né en 1939) 
Constant Alexandre Famin (1827-1888) 
Pierre de Fenoyl (1945-1987) 
Franco Fontana (né en 1933)
François Alphonse Fortier (?-1882) 
Robert Frank (né en 1924) 
Lee Friedlander (né en 1934) 
Luigi Ghirri (1943-1992) 
Joseph Philibert Girault de Prangey (1804-1892) 
Goplo (actif vers 1886) 
Maurice Guibert (1856-1913) 
Raoul Hausmann (1886-1971) 
Jean-Jacques Heilmann (1822-1859) 
Florence Henri (1893-1982) 
Emil Otto Hoppé (1878-1972) 
William Henry Jackson (1843-1942) 
Jules Janssen (1824-1907) 
Edouard Jarrot (1835-1873) 
André Kertesz (1894-1985) 
William Klein (né en 1928) 
Germaine Krull (1897-1985) 
Jules Laplanche 
Gustave Le Gray (1820-1884) 
Claude Levi-Strauss (1908-2009) 
Man Ray (1890-1976) 
Etienne-Jules Marey (1830-1904) 
Charles Marville (1813-1879) 
Paul Emile Miot (1827-1911) 
Curtis Moffat (1887-1949) et Man Ray (1890-1976)  
Robert de Montesquiou (1855-1921) 
Félix Nadar (1820-1910) 
Charles Nègre (1820-1880) 
Timothy O’Sullivan (1840-1882) 
Albert Peignot 
Pierre Louis Pierson (1822-1913) et Aquilin Schad (1817-1866) 
Philippe Potteau (1807-1876) 
Jacques Prévert (1900-1977) et Robert Doisneau (1912-1994)
Tony Ray-Jones (1941-1972) 
Victor Regnault (1810-1878) 
Oscar Gustav Rejlander (1813-1875) 
Albert Renger-Patzsch (1897-1966) 
Louis Robert (1810-1882) 
James Robertson (1813-1888) 
Albert Rudomine (1892-1975) 
Gabriel Wassilievitch de Rumine (1840-1871) 
Auguste Salzmann (1824-1872) 
Victor Segalen (1878-1919) et Augusto Gilbert de Voisins (1877-1939) 
Victor Stribeck (1806-1869) 
Josef Sudek (1896-1976) 
Maurice Tabard (1897-1984) 
William Henry Fox Talbot (1800-1877)
Arthur Taylor (1830-1873) 
Félix Teynard (1817-1892)
Linneaus Tripe (1822-1902) 
François Tuefferd (1912-1996) 
Benjamin Brecknell Turner (1815-1894) 
Auguste Vacquerie (1819-1895) 
Othon von Ostheim 
Arthur Fellig dit Weegee (1899-1968) 
Gary Winogrand (1928-1984)
Emile Zola (1840-1902)

BnF - François-Mitterrand
Galerie François 1er
Quai François-Mauriac - 75013 Paris
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