Somerset House Pavilion Booth G08
Photo London: 17-20 May 2018
William Klein Fashion + Light
9th March - 2nd June
William Klein's stunning studio work from the series Fashion + Light was originally created for Vogue Magazine in 1962 and has only recently been fully rediscovered.
Klein started making abstract light images from 1952. On the strength of this work, Alexander Liberman invited him to join Condé Nast in 1954. With an assured income from Condé Nast, Klein was able to embark on a personal project of street photography which he published in 1956 as Life is Good and Good for You in New York. That same year, Vogue Magazine printed several of his most iconic fashion images. In 1962 Klein combined his fashion photography with the light abstraction techniques he had pioneered a decade earlier. In 2015 HackelBury persuaded Klein to revisit this body of work and he agreed to release it for the first time.
Bill Armstrong | A MATTER OF LIGHT: Nine photographers interpret the Vatican Museums
Municipality of Milan - Department of Culture, Palazzo Reale, Milan
24 May - 1 July 2018
Bill Armstrong along with Peter Bialobrzeski, Antonio Biasiucci, Alain Fleischer, Francesco Jodice, Mimmo Jodice, Rinko Kawauchi, Martin Parr and Massimo Siragusa have each worked in distinct moments and on different aspects of this "multiple museum", producing nine autonomous works that document and interpret the interior and architectural space of the halls, the flow of visitors and the memories that daily animate the people and spaces, the works on display and those conserved in the deposits, signs of wear and tear, and bodily traces.
As part of our advisory program we regularly travel to New York for private viewings and consultations, both in Manhattan and Upstate New York, and also in Connecticut.
Please email us to discuss further - we keep a good inventory of works by our gallery artists locally so viewing can easily be arranged.
Doug and Mike Starn (American, born 1961)
she's in love with the world, 2016
K3 Ultrachrome inks on Kozo paper with varnish
212.1 x 92.7 cm / 83.5 x 36.5 inches
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