All in Art
As a timeline for the progression of photography, the myriad work on view in the collection Aperture Photographs is a display on the talent of visual storytelling that provides a platform, as well as gallery representation, for artists and photographers alike.
Ahmed El Shaer’s latest installation Crossover (The Scene) is set in the former refugee camp known as “the Jungle” in Calais, France. Currently exhibited at the Museum of Moving Image in Queens, El Shaer combines live-action footage, landscape photography, and computer graphics to explore what is now a wasteland and what used to be Living Hell for a near 8,000 migrants.
Steven Kasher Gallery presents Olivia Locher: I Fought the Law, an exhibition of photographs
The Aperture foundation is pleased to present Claude Iverné.
Steven Kasher Gallery is proud to present the exhibition Leonard Freed: Six Stories.
Benrubi Gallery is pleased to present Sanctuary by internationally acclaimed photographer Matthew Pillsbury.
It is no easy feat to effectively erase as prominent a public fixture as the Louvre Pyramid from the Parisian landscape. However, that is just what Musée veterans JR (Issue #12, Controversy) and Liu Bolin (Issue #10 Vol. 1, Ritual) set out to do in their most recent project.