Daido MORIYAMA : Daido Tokyo

Exhibition at the Cartier Foundation for contemporary art until 5th June 2016

Daido Moriyama, Tokyo Color (2008-2015) Photo: Courtesy of the artist / Daido Moriyama Photo Foundation, via Fondation Cartier

Daido Moriyama, Tokyo Color (2008-2015)
Photo: Courtesy of the artist / Daido Moriyama Photo Foundation, via Fondation Cartier

 

Photographer Daido Moriyama (born in 1938) takes us along on his tour through Japan, sharing his fascination with the untameable city that is Tokyo. Camera-in-hand he wanders, since the late 90s, the narrow streets of the frenetic neighbourhood called Shinjuku. Daido Moriyama grabs, without filter and from Continue reading…

Jean-Michel ALBEROLA : The adventure of details

Exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo until 16th May 2016

Jean-Michel Alberola, Reprendre la conversation, 2005. Courtesy ADAGP, Paris 2016

Jean-Michel Alberola, Reprendre la conversation, 2005. Courtesy ADAGP, Paris 2016

 

Spring is coming early this year at the Palais de Tokyo, where multiple new shows are blossoming. Stéphane Calais’ floral, new black and white piece spreads luxuriously on the walls of level 2, whilst the duo of brothers Florian & Michael Quistrebert is captivating our senses, combining painting, video and light. Further away Continue reading…

EXHIBITION. Wifredo LAM

Until 15th February 2016 at the Centre Pompidou

Wifredo Lam, Albissola, circa 1960 © SDO Wifredo Lam

Wifredo Lam, Albissola, circa 1960 © SDO Wifredo Lam

The Centre Pompidou presents, until 15th February 2016, the beautiful and multiculturalist work of Wilfredo Lam (1902-1982). The engravings, ceramics and paintings made by the Cuban artist between 1930 and 1970 speak of globalization before its time. Continue reading…

Germaine KRULL: A Photographer’s Journey

Portrait de Germaine Krull, Berlin, 1922. Hans Basler
Tirage gélatino–argentique, 15,9 x 22 cm.
Museum Folkwang, Essen. © Estate Germaine Krull, Museum Folkwang, Essen

Until 27th September 2015 at the Jeu de Paume gallery

LThe Jeu de Paume gallery pays a splendid tribute to German photographer Germaine Krull (1897-1985). While the work of her contemporaries, Man Ray, Moholy-Nagy and Kertész, has widely been exposed, the free spirited, politically engaged woman photographer has long remained in the shadow. This is probably due to the fact that Continue reading…