Andante by Alex Majoli

Andante is an exhibition that traces the work of Alex Majoli from 1985 to 2018, in which the artist researches the human soul and the most obscure elements of society. The itinerary ends with Scene, exploring the theatricality that lies in everyday life, where the borders between reality and fiction become blurred. This section of […]

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Koudelka Returning

A career-spanning retrospective of Josef Koudelka’s work opens in Prague. This retrospective exhibition commemorates the 80th birthday of the distinguished Czech photographer and provides a cross-section of his entire oeuvre. Presenting approximately 400 individual works which Josef Koudelka donated to the museum will form the backbone of the exhibition. Photos of the Soviet Invasion of Czechoslovakia (August […]

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Josef Koudelka: Industrial Landscapes

Presented within the Foto/Industria Biennale, Curated by François Hébel, Josef Koudelka’s Industrial landscapes is a selection of 40 photographs presented at the Museo Civico Archeologico in Bologna, Italy. At the end of the 1980’s, Koudelka completely overturned his approach to photography and turned most of his attention to landscapes and its transformation by contemporary man, […]

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Josef Koudelka : La fabrique d’exils

“To be in exile is simply to have left ones country and to be unable to return. Every exile is a different, personal experience. Myself, I wanted to see the world and photograph it. That’s forty-five years I’ve been travelling. I’ve never stayed anywhere more than three months. When I found no more to photograph, […]

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Josef Koudelka “Nationality Doubtful” exhibition

From 10 September until 20 November 2015, the Mapfre Foundation in Madrid, Spain, is to host the most comprehensive retrospective of Josef Koudelka’s career to date, entitled “Nationalité incertaine”. Franco-Czech photographer Josef Koudelka has contributed to the Magnum Photo agency for over forty years. He has notably photographed gypsies from Eastern Europe, the invasion of Prague in […]

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CONGO by MAJOLI & PELLEGRIN

The works are the result of an independent artistic commission to freely document the Republic of the Congo over a period of two years and have been published in a large-format book in 2015. Photographs by Alex Majoli and Paolo Pellegrin Words by Alain Mabanckou Commissioned by CTAI First presented as a private preview exhibition […]

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KOUDELKA: TWELVE PANORAMAS 1987–2012

New York—Pace and Pace/MacGill Gallery are pleased to present Josef Koudelka, Koudelka: Twelve Panoramas 1987-2012, on view at 508 West 25th Street from January 16 through February 14, 2015. Selected by the artist to represent his best panoramic work from the past three decades, the twelve large-scale, black-and-white photographs depict the vestiges of industrial areas […]

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TELEX:IRAN by Gilles Peress

In 1979, claims of “America held hostage” were heard loud in New York, where Gilles Peress lived. At the time, the prevailing image of Iran, purported by the media complex was one of a country falling prey to the madness of Islamic extremists. Propelled by a mix of intrigue and concern, Gilles made the decision […]

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Homage to Walter Keller

In memory of Walter Keller. Publisher extraordinaire. Scalo Editions. “Walter Keller, the publisher of Scalo, passed away in Zürich a few weeks ago and as we present the Telex Iran exhibition at the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne, we want to remember him. Walter was a great publisher. He was without a doubt the best […]

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