Gallery Newsletter

  • AUGUST SANDER

    PHOTO LONDON, BOOTH B8 - Featured artist 19-22 May

     PHOTO LONDON BOOTH B8

    19-22 May, Somerset House

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  • BEYOND THE DOCUMENTARY IN LATIN AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY

    By Nathalie Goffard, Professor & Art Historian Oct 20, 2015

    Art comes with its own clichés and fictions and Latin American art has often been reduced to its politics. One could agree with the commonly held assertion that ‘all art is political’, not just for the messages it transmits, or for the themes it discusses, but because it is a direct reflection on society and its time. The wide range of practices in Latin American photography has mainly been reduced to a particular type of photojournalism that was predominant during times of political instability and social inequality. Latin American photographers, seeking to give visibility to their peripheral status and write their own story within the historical context in which they lived, relied on a political aesthetic in order to become part of an international discourse. This perpetuated the myth that the realities these authors recorded should be defined as ‘documentary’.

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  • BILL BRANDT

    PHOTO LONDON, BOOTH B8 - Featured artist 19-22 May

    PHOTO LONDON BOOTH B8

    19-22 May, Somerset House

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  • Bill Brandt

    Zona Maco - special feature 3 - 7 FEB 2016

    One of the artists represented at the Michael Hoppen Gallery booth at this years Zona Maco art fair in Mexico.

     

    Booth E205

    3 - 7 FEB 2016

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  • Bill Brandt & Henry Moore: Photography in Four Dimensions.

    A conversation between Martina Droth, Yale Center for British Art and Paul Messier, Yale Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage. Mar 7, 2020

    A conversation between Martina Droth, Yale Center for British Art and Paul Messier, Yale Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage.

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