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Lynn Goldsmith, TELEPHONE 1980
Lynn Goldsmith, TELEPHONE 1980
from Tuesday, June 07, 2016 to Wednesday, October 26, 2016
10, rue des Jardins Saint-Paul
In 1980, Lynn Goldsmith, the famous rock'nroll photographer, was approached by the French rock group Telephone who wished her to make photographs for the cover of their new album. The group came to New York where Goldsmith shot them in the streets and in her studio. Those images are shown for the first time.
Nikos Aliagas, Greek Soul
Nikos Aliagas, Greek Soul
from Friday, May 27, 2016 to Saturday, September 17, 2016
Alongside his career as an anchor for France’s TF1, Aliagas has always pursued personal photographic work. The desire to share the prints comprising the exhibition came after their creation for his personal fulfillment. After his large format prints shown in a major exhibition at the former palace, French Revolution-era prison, and present Parisian national monument the Conciergerie for the exhibition "Body and Soul", Aliagas is going further in presenting forty prints taken in his ancestral Greece. At once his Greece and eternal Greece, the photographer’s images portray places full of emotion and people proud of their past, history, and country. In choosing to call the exhibition "Greek Soul", Aliagas reveals the intimate and unspoken in each shot.
Nicolas Baghir, NICOLAS BAGHIR / VISIONS III
Nicolas Baghir, NICOLAS BAGHIR / VISIONS III
from Saturday, August 20, 2016 to Wednesday, September 07, 2016
ARTIST'S CORNER, LOS ANGELES
The artist realized his vision with his current series Numerical Perturbations after four years of research and 15,000 photos. His images, quite contemporary, refer to the pictorialist movement in their painterly quality. He works with film and prints on silver gelatin paper, using the traditional process. Named only by number, the blurred photographs retain a sense of mystery in the eyes of the spectator, who often travels far in space and time to a place where freedom from the need for interpretation leads back to the image’s irreducible beauty. “The anonymity of the titles enhances the possibility of each image to create its own personality through the generous eyes of those who agree to let themselves get lost and find a precious moment within.”