From 19th century daguerreotypes to modern and contemporary photos taken just months ago, the AIPAD Photography Show New York features more than 80 leading photography art galleries, showcasing museum-quality work. Here’s a quick look at 60 works in 60...
In this week's Eye on Art, we take you to the AIPAD Photography Show New York at the Park Avenue Armory. ARTINFO's Matthew Drutt went looking for hidden gems and found them in works by Minor White at the Howard Greenberg Gallery, Aaron...
WHAT: “Roman Vishniac: Rediscovered”WHEN: January 18 – May 5, 2013WHERE: International Center of Photography, 1133 Avenue of the Americas at 43rd Street, New YorkWHY THIS SHOW MATTERS: Revered 20th-century photographer Roman Vishniac’s iconic imagery of pre-...
An exhibition of French photographer Stéphane Couturier opened at Espace Louis Vuitton Hong Kong on March 21. Titled “Mutation,” the show is Couturier’s first major exhibition in Asia. The artist has traveled around the world to photograph...
Art often depicts an image or interpretation of what we can see. But one British artist is making some stunning images by looking much deeper than that, to what is beyond the perception of the naked eye.Using sophisticated X-ray cameras,...
Richard B. Woodward, Art+Auction
The crowd at Sotheby’s New York on the evening of December 12 was nervous — and not in a good way. It was the first of three sessions devoted to photographs from the collection of philanthropist Henry Buhl, and not many in the room had high hopes. “Two...
In this week's "Gallery Night" video series, ARTINFO checked out photographer Andy Freeberg's new show, "Guardians," at the Andrea Meislin Gallery in Chelsea. The artist documents the plain-clothed female guards from four...
Ryerson Image Centre melds academia and auteurism in a new downtown museum
Chloe Wyma, BLOUIN ARTINFO
“It’s ephemeral art in motion. You see something. You look at it. It lasts a few seconds, and you'll probably never see it again,” said Cirque de Soleil founder Guy Laliberté. The French Canadian billionaire, circus entrepreneur, fire-eater,...
Céline Piettre, ARTINFO France
If the 1920s and 30s represent the true arrival of photography as an artist medium, they also represent a crucial stage in women’s freedom. Which is what makes it refreshing to see such a wide range of female photographers included in the current Pompidou...
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