"The Everyday Absurdist's Upper West Side Apartment Reveals a Seriously Playful Life in Photo"View More Information
SajinYesul Photo Art Magazine includes the Edwynn Houk Gallery in their Top 9 Booths at AIPAD 2013. The full article can be found in the attached PDF below.View More Information
Abelardo Morell: The Universe Next Door opens on June 1st at the Art Institute of Chicago.
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The Swiss newspaper Tages-Anzeiger via its weekly cultural insert Züritipp reviews our current Zurich exhibition "The Ruins of Detroit" by Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre under the heading "Prächtig Ruiniert": Motor City? That used to be. Two Frenchmen have photographed Detroit's remains. Amazing! (in German)View More Information
The Swiss magazine Bolero reviews our current Zurich exhibition "The Ruins of Detroit" by Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre (in German).
Valérie Belin will present her recent photographic series at a conference (in French), organized during a workshop led by the artist in the department of higher education at the school of photography in Vevey, from 11 to 15 March 2013.
For more information, please visit NEXT48, or see the PDF of NEAR Magazine.
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Die Kunstkritikerin Deborah Keller nennt Kanders Fotografien in ihrer Rezension in Züritipp, der wöchentlichen Kulturbeilage des Tages-Anzeigers, "eine Art Reisetagebuch, das Chinas Wandel und Wachstum illustriert; diese Maschinerie von architektonischer Veränderung und technologischem Zukunftsstreben, denen das Individuum machtlos und etwas nostalgisch begegnet."
The art critic Deborah Keller in her review in Züritipp, the weekly cultural supplement of Tages-Anzeiger, calls Kander's photographs, "a type of travel journal that illustrates China's change and growth; this machinery of architectural transformation and technological aspiration, which the individual encounters powerlessly and somewhat nostalgic."
Chelsea gallery Churner and Churner opens “Deep Sea Diver”, an exhibition of Danny Lyon's recent work made in the Shanxi Province of Northeast China.View More Information
Danny Lyon will join curators of the photography department at de Young museum in San Francisco on September 28th for an evening of conversation.View More Information
John Leland of the New York Times LENS blog interviews Halaban to discover her inspiration for "Out My Window" series.View More Information
The Guardian reviews Gail Albert Halaban's "Original Hoppers" series and examines the similarities between Edward Hopper and the photographer herself.View More Information
Gail Albert Halaban gets high praise from NY Magazine in August 27th's edition of "The Approval Matrix".View More Information
The Original Hoppers: Gail Albert Halaban's photographs featured in the LOOK section of the magazineView More Information
The great photographer, famous for documenting the civil rights struggle and riding with bikers in the 60s, grants a rare interview.
For the full article, please see The Guardian's website.
Blake Gopnik reviews the August Sander exhibition for The Daily PicView More Information
This year marks Lyon’s 70th birthday, a major retrospective of his photographs at The Menil Collection in Houston, and the preservation of two of his most significant films. Anthology Film Archives is thrilled to welcome Lyon in person for a screening of these enthralling works alongside the world premiere of his most recent short video. Expect a lively conversation from an uncompromising artist whose vision only sharpens with age. Happy birthday, Danny!View More Information
Bettina Rheims' current exhibition "Gender Studies" at the NRW Forum in Düsseldorf is receiving a fair amount of media attention in Germany and throughout Europe.View More Information
This World Is Not My Home: Danny Lyon Photographs, an exhibition of approximately 45 photographs and photographic montages, traces the evolution of the New York and New Mexico-based artist’s career from 1962 to the present. A leading and explosively creative figure in the American street photography movement of the 1960s, Lyon distinguished himself from peers like Robert Frank, Garry Winogrand, and Lee Friedlander through his exceptionally strong political consciousness and concern for those on the margins of society.View More Information
Ellen Gamerman writes about the Herb Ritts exhibition opening at the Getty Museum on April 3rd.View More Information
Brian Sholis reviews the Robert Bourdeau exhibition in the March issueView More Information
This May, Lalla Essaydi's alma mater the School of the Museum of Fine Arts will honor Lalla with the SMFA Medal Award.View More Information
William Meyers reviews the Robert Bourdeau exhibitionView More Information
Marta Galli writes about Robert Polidori's The Waste LandView More Information
Sissi Farassat: On Our Worldwide WatchlistView More Information
"Some thirty vintage fashion photographs, made between the late nineteen-thirties and the early sixties, establish Blumenfeld’s avant-garde ambitions but only hint at the range and the audacity of his work. As one of fashion’s most inventive photographers, he brought a distinctly European sensibility to Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar, where his pictures often put a surreal spin on classical motifs...."
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"... this well edited, cogent exhibition pairing the two artists at Galerie Edwynn Houk, the new Zurich branch of the estimable photography gallery in New York, shouldn’t have been surprising. Yet it was: the lasting power and startling frankness of Sander’s and Arbus’s oeuvres, dissecting and delineating twentieth-century social mores and postures, left me more than a little moved." (Quinn Latimer, 12/12/11)
See the full post at Art Agenda.
Check out the artist's blog and his recent photographs taken at the Occupy LA protest on his website.View More Information
Renowned American photographer Danny Lyon will be signing copies of his two most recent publications with Phaidon: the limited edition "Deep Sea Diver" (2011) and his book of photo-essays "Memories of Myself" (2009).View More Information
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Edwynn Houk Gallery will participate in Gallery Night on 57th Street. 44 galleries on 57th Street between Lexington Avenue and 8th Avenue will be open late on Thursday, 13 October 2011, 5 - 8 pm.
Our current exhibition, Hannes Schmid: Cowboy, will be on view.
September 22- October 29, 2011View More Information
Joel Meyerowitz's Photographs Of The World Trade Center: 'These Pictures Demanded To Be Taken'View More Information
SEPTEMBER 11TH: TEN YEARS, WITH JOEL MEYEROWITZView More Information
Joel Meyerowitz Documented Ground Zero 'Aftermath'View More Information
This major retrospective showcases the career of photographer and filmmaker Elliott Erwitt, the recipient of this year's ICP Infinity Award for Lifetime Achievement.
For more information on the Swiss Photo Award, please visit http://www.ewzselection.ch/.
Seine Kampagne für Marlboro wurde weltbekannt. Jetzt geht Fotograf HANNES SCHMID in die Offensive und macht aus Werbung Kunst: mit Cowboys, die rauchen.View More Information
Martin Jaeggi, Nick Micros, Emily Scott and Nika Spalinger debate art as a means of communication
19h, Thursday 5 May 2011
In 2002, Vogue lost of one of its most significant contributors when the photographer Herb Ritts passed away, but his legacy has lived on in photography and film, both of which will be showcased in the Edwynn Houk Gallery’s first Herb Ritts show, which opens today, after being feted last night.View More Information
Edwynn Houk Gallery is pleased to announce our representation of the Herb Ritts Foundation with an exhibition of photographs drawn from the estate’s collection. The show will take place from 28 April through 25 June 2011.View More Information
Starting out in Chicago in 1980, Edywnn Houk Gallery moved to New York in 1991 and expanded to Zurich in 2010. Mixing 20th century masters like Brassai, Bill Brandt, and Man Ray with contemporary practitioners, such as Sally Mann, Victor Schrager, and Lynn Davis, Edywnn Houk Gallery consistently presents adventurous yet poetic work. A survey show of Lalla Essaydi’s Les Femmes du Maroc (Women of Morocco) is currently on view at the Zurich space.View More Information
Augusto Pieroni writes about Elena Dorfman's Still Lovers series, while Marta Galli and Caterina Lunghi interview Robert Polidori about his photographs of Versailles.View More Information
Goings On About Town: Art
There has been a lot of painted photography in town lately (Sam Falls’s recent outing at Higher Pictures, Sarah Anne Johnson’s current show at Saul), but Bremer’s is the most sophisticated, the most excessive, and the most extraordinary.
Edwynn Houk Gallery (New York): Maybe it's an unfair way to begin, as this is the booth that greets visitors at the entrance—with a big, dramatic cowboy, colorful in a hot sunset, by contemporary Swiss photographer Hannes Schmid. How could you not get roped in? There are many dealers showing some extraordinary vintage prints, but Houk has two that made us literally weak in the knees...View More Information
An interview with Lalla Essaydi about her work and its relation to the current situation in the Middle East.View More Information
The Bare Essentials of Armory Art WeekView More Information
VOGUE DAILY First Look: Jason Wu Fall 2011View More Information
Béatrice Helg kreiert mit ihren Fotografien neue Wirklichkeiten. Schwere Materialien bringt sie zum Schweben. Perspektiven komponiert sie meisterlich. Ihr Komplize: das Licht.View More Information
Houk Gallery's Director Julie Castellano is interviewed in Whitewall's current issue.View More Information
Goings On About Town: Art
In “Harem,” this Moroccan-born, New York-based photographer’s most beautiful gallery exhibition to date, Essaydi continues to fearlessly take on Orientalist clichés.
Miami Beach Convention Center
Stand F23 / Salle le Notre
Carrousel du Louvre
Opening reception for the artist:
4 November, 6-8 pm
Edwynn Houk Gallery is pleased to participate in this special Gallery Night on 57th Street. Sixty four galleries located on 57th Street in New York City will be open to the public on Thursday, October 15th until 8 pm.View More Information
Opening reception for the artist:
Thursday, 16 September, 6 - 8 pm
Opening reception: 23 September, 6 - 8 pmView More Information