Posts Tagged ‘exhibition’

DAVID LEDOUX vision abstract

Wednesday, June 18th, 2014

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DAVID LEDOUX vision abstract
Vision Abstract
is the new exhibition of photographer’s David Ledoux, opened from now at the OFR gallery in Paris. His argentic work is based on light in a computer free environment. He likes challenging laws of physics to arrive to a certain surrealist feel with a soft grainyness, a coarse finish and unexpected floating threads of light to form shapes. It’s all about questionning the paradoxes between light and movement. Definitely step in!

ROBERT HEINECKEN
para-photographer

Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

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ROBERT HEINECKEN para-photographer
The Moma museum offers first retrospective Object Matter of the groundbreaking work of Robert Heinecken since he died in 2006. He has devoted his life to making art and teaching. He came of age artistically in 1960s Los Angeles, where the burgeoning art scene provided ways to experimentation. Heinecken has always pushed the boundaries between mediums and also between high and popular culture. Heinecken described himself as a para-photographer because his work stood beside or beyond traditional notions of the medium.
Photo report by Pascal GILLET

MOMA
The Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53 Street
New York, NY

MORRISON HOTEL GALLERY

Friday, June 13th, 2014

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MORRISON HOTEL GALLERY
Morrison Hotel Gallery and Dream Downtown hotel in Soho present rotating exhibitions of fine art music photography. This space is a celebration of the greatest music photographers and the artists they captured through their lenses over the last sixty years. All of the limited edition, hand signed artwork is available for purchase.
Here some picture of Kurt Cobain signed by photographer Jesse Frohman
Photos report by Pascal GILLET

WWW.MORRISONHOTELGALLERY.COM

— Kurt Cobain, Standing with Evian Bottle
© JESSE FROHMAN, 1993
Shot before MTV Unplugged session with Nirvana at the Omni Hotel in NYC.
60×80, Black and White, Archival Digital Print, Limited Edition, Signed

— Kurt Cobain, Smoking B Pink
© JESSE FROHMAN, 1993
60×80, Color, Type: Archival Digital Print, Limited Edition, Signed

— Kurt Cobain, Looking Up
© JESSE FROHMAN
Black and White, Archival Digital Print, Limited Edition

TOUJOURS PRESENT
exhibition part 2

Tuesday, June 10th, 2014

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TOUJOURS PRESENT exhibition part 2
Outcast Inc, held by Geraldine Postel launched her new art gallery with an exhibition named TOUJOURS and PRESENT, near place des Vosges, Paris.
Artist exhibited: Michel Duport, Thomas Lelu, Pascal Humbert, Olivier Metzger, Olivier Zahm, Lilibeth Cuenca, Anna Dubosc & Stephane Argillet…
Report by Pascal GILLET

SINON LE CHAOS exhibition

Monday, June 9th, 2014

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SINON LE CHAOS exhibition
Sinon, le chaos, “Prelude” is a collective exhibition and first part of one year up-coming exhibition season. Five different projects will be presented, all curated by Timothee Chaillou at the new artistic place Appartement, located in the 10th district in Paris and imagined by Nathalie Miltat.

Appartement

27bis, rue Jacques Louvel Tessier, 75010 Paris
Tuesday – Saturday, 3pm – 7pm
Until 14th June 2014
WWW.APPARTEMENT-27BIS.COM

Photos and video by Pascal GILLET