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James Casebere. Tingaud. Eric Rondepierre - site officiel. H E T E R O T O P I A. Claudia imbert. Wolfgang Tillmans. Ed Ruscha. Chloe Dewe Mathews. Taryn Simon. Almine Rech Gallery - Artists. Selected Catalogs 'Taryn Simon: Birds of the West Indies', published by Hatje Cantz.Text by Daniel Baumann.

Almine Rech Gallery - Artists

'A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters', ed. by Aliza Watters. Texts by Taryn Simon, Homi Bhabha and Geoffrey Batchen. 'Contraband', published by Gagosian Gallery & Steidl&Partners.Text by Hans Ulrich Obrist. 'An American Index of the Hidden and Unfamiliar', published by Steidl&Partners. SteveHiettWebSite. PeterLindbergh. : Irina Werning - Photographer. Olivo Barbieri Photography. Alberto Garc a-Alix - PhotoGaleria.com. Rosemary Laing. James Welling. Jean-Luc Mylayne. Stephen Shore. Dayanita Singh. B. 1961, India Dayanita Singh’s photographic work often presents a curious view of the seemingly everyday.

Dayanita Singh

Her recent projects use the possibilites and peculiarities of colour film to produce lush photographs saturated with intense colour. John Riddy. B. 1959, Northampton, England One of the most distinctive voices in British contemporary photography, John Riddy’s practice exists in a singular relationship to a particular photographic inheritance.

John Riddy

His photographs are meditations on the individuality and poetry of certain places. Andreas gursky. ISAAC JULIEN. Cindy Sherman. Hiroshi Sugimoto. ChristenberryOnline.com: Home. Richard Misrach. Boris Mikhailov - Artwork - The Saatchi Gallery. Born in 1938, Kharkov, former USSR Lives and works in Berlin and Kharkov. 2012Time is Out of Joint, Berlinischer Galerie Triptychs, Sprovieri Gallery, London Salt Lake, La criee centre d’art contemporain, Rennes 2011Case History, MoMa, New York, NY Sprengel Museum, Hannover, Germany 20101989.

Boris Mikhailov - Artwork - The Saatchi Gallery

Ende der Geschichte oder Beginn der Zukunft? ,Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria 1989. HAI Bo - Works. Nixon Selected Images. Florian Maier-Aichen - Artwork - The Saatchi Gallery. 1973 Born in Stuttgart, Germany Lives and works in Cologne, Germany and Los Angeles 2007 Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles 2006 Blum & Poe, Los Angeles 303 Gallery, New York.

Florian Maier-Aichen - Artwork - The Saatchi Gallery

Candida Höfer. Thaddeus Holownia. Corkin Gallery. Mädler presents ‘without cynicism’ the appearance of things, not denouncing or lecturing, and his pictures arouse emotions without veering into pathos… He strives to concentrate on something ‘essential in his pictures … and produces an atmosphere that makes the world outside the camera’s frame appear irrelevant to the spectator.’ - Katharina Menzel Capturing monochromatic stretches of the natural world – vast tracts of ocean, sky or golden fields, Frank Mädler’s images are devoid of any locating markers.

Corkin Gallery

His experimentation with traditional technique conjures an ethereal, mirage-like quality to his work that is both alluring and haunting. Landscapes appear as flattened, almost two dimensional studies in colour and pattern. These ambiguous and abstract compositions play with concepts of distance, monumentality, and illusion. Tim Davis Photographer. Jessica Craig-Martin. Gasworks - Studio Artists - Tonico Lemos Auad.

Tonico Lemos Auad Tonico Lemos Auad was born in Nasceu em Belém, Brazil.

Gasworks - Studio Artists - Tonico Lemos Auad

In 2000 he completed an MA in Fine Arts and Associate Research at Goldsmith¹s College. Auad now lives and works in London, Auad disregards material value to create lyrical, often transient forms using a wide range of materials, from the ephemeral and everyday to the precious and enduring. JR Art - Photographe. Georges Rousse. Arezu Karubi. Shadi Ghadirian. Erwin Olaf. Chad Gerth. Stanley Greene. Todd Hido. Alec Soth. LARRY FINK PHOTOGRAPHY. Helmut Newton Foundation. Mikel Uribetxeberria.

Yasuhiro Ogawa Photography. Grit Schwerdtfeger, photographe, Berlin - Portfolio sur le site. Leigh Perry - photographe. Massimo Vitali. Bruno Serralongue.