Of Salt, Sulfur, and Ore
Aesthetics and Conservation in Edward Burtynsky’s latest project, “African Studies.” It is a continuation of Burtynsky’s travels across the globe, capturing modern landscapes …
Elliott Erwitt: An Explosion of Color
The Maillol Museum in Paris devotes a stunning retrospective to the iconic American photographer Elliott Erwitt. The exhibition takes us through a full …
In Search of the Absolute
Atlas Gallery in London presents the mid-career retrospective of German artist Frauke Eigen, a minimalist who strips scenes and shapes to their essence. …
Madame d’Ora: The Woman Explorer
An exhibition dedicated to Madame d’Ora at the Pavillon Populaire in Montpellier retraces the extraordinary career of this pioneering portrait photographer active in …
Rencontres d’Arles 2023: Get the Program!
The photography festival unveils this year’s program, featuring 44 exhibitions. We present a sample of the projects showcased in this 54th iteration of …
A History of Earth Seen From Space
An exhibition in Paris presents 50 of the most beautiful Earthrises from the Apollo missions and rare images taken during the Mercury-Atlas missions.
Pierre Verger, the Traveller
A new book revisits the extraordinary archive of French photographer Pierre Fatumbi Verger.
The Bruce Silverstein Gallery in New York City features a selection of iconic photographic images from the 1950s to the late 1990s by Pete Turner, a pioneer of color photography.
On the Other Side of the Street
In this photo collection, Brice Gelot highlights the other side of the street : the shadowy one, the one we don’t see. The one we don’t want to see.