William Klein: Fashion + Light
9th March – 2nd June 2018
William Klein: Fashion + Light is on view at HackelBury Fine Art, 9th March – 2nd June, 2018. This stunning studio work 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.
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HackelBury at Photo London
Somerset House, Pavilion Booth G08, 17-20 May 2018
with artworks by Doug & Mike Starn, Garry Fabian Miller, William Klein, Ian McKeever, Stephen Inggs, and Alexandre Vitkine
Art + Place London
24th November – 2nd March 2018
Art + Place London explores the themes and inspiration behind our simultaneous site specific installation, Art + Place Connecticut. The Connecticut installation of over fifty artworks is set against the backdrop of an ambitiously-designed Greenwich home. Art + Place London is on view at the gallery 24th November 2017 – 2nd March 2018.
William Klein and The New York School
1940s and 50s Street Photograph
June – September 2017
The exhibition featured rarely seen 1950’s New York images by William Klein, and several photographers gathered together in Jane Livingston’s seminal 1992 book The New York School.
Included works were all taken during the 1940’s and 1950’s. Read the bio for each artist below.
We featured beautiful small-scale pieces by New Yorker Rebecca Lepkoff, who was associated with the Photo League, the legendary group of New York based photographers dedicated to using photography to capture everyday life and promote social involvement, which was first established in the mid-1930’s.