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Autumn is always a hectic yet enjoyable season for the art lover in France – my favourite time of year in the busy art world calendar. I had just recovered from the excitement of Frieze and Fiac when I decided to venture to the 21st edition of Paris Photo, Women House and the Lyon Biennial. ParisPhoto is now considered the world’s leading photography fair. This year they gathered 160 galleries from 30 countries at the Grand Palais from the 8-12 of November. Karl Lagerfeld was the guest of honour, selecting about 100 works all over the fair with a clear preference for black and white photographs. (…)
Text/Photos: Virginie Puertola-Syn
Special sale this month: Some vintage photographs by Arthur B. Rickerby from the 1950/60’s in sale from 12.12.2017 – 12.01.2018.
Please note delivery is not possible between 23.12.17 and 07.01.2018
See press coverage below:
Zeit Online Magazin
“The Seedbed of Self-Invention”
We are pleased to announce that we will present an exhibition of extraordinary Warhol drawings and vintage prints by Weegee at Art Basel this year, including new discoveries that are bound to cause a sensation. UH, GEE, GREAT explores the tacit relationship between Andy Warhol and Weegee.
Weegee’s “the Famous” and Andy Warhol’s 15 minutes of fame collide in the same whirlpool of 20th century tabloid culture,
and reality television.
Neither of the two men were integrated into their respective milieux, but neither of them suffered from obscurity. Andy Warhol never forgets to remind us of the 15 minutes of fame which every one is entitled. He gives us the record, as does Weegee, of a chosen appearance as “king or queen for a day.”
Invitation-only Preview: June 13 – 14
Vernissage: June 14
Public Exhibition: June 15 – 18
Opening Hours: 11am – 7pm
illustration (detail): Weegee & Andy Warhol, New York, c.1967, unidentified photographer
ill.: © collection International Center of Photography
text: © Sydney Picasso, 2017