21 May 2017

Memories of the Japanese Tsunami Explored In Tomohiro Muda Photographs

Today is the last day to see The Horiuchi Foundation’s presentation of a series of photographs by Tomohiro Muda in an exhibition Icons of Time: Memories of the Tsunami that Struck Japan.

31 January 2017

Iconic NASA Space Images Go Under The Hammer At Swann

Photographs from a number NASA missions, dating from 1965 to the 1980s go under the hammer as a single lot at Swann Auction Galleries NYC. The sale titled Icons & Images: Photographs & Photobooks takes place on 14 February. Their significance has been thrown even more into focus by the approaching 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing in 2019, […]

4 January 2017

Unseen Beatles Photographs By David Magnus Unveiled In New Exhibition

The Beatles Unseen: Photographs by David Magnus’ is a moving documentation of the legendary band’s phenomenal ascent by photographer David Magnus, who bore witness to some of their greatest moments. This exhibition, featuring many previously unseen photographs, is a fascinating and deeply candid insight into The Beatles during a historic occasion taken at the world famous EMI Studio 1 in Abbey Road.

21 December 2016

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Top 10 – Monochrome: Works of Art in Black and White

A new exhibition at the National Gallery is a celebration of monochrome and in particular painting in black and white. Artlyst has curated its own selection.

27 October 2016

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40 Years of Punk: Photographs by Adrian Boot Revealed At Proud Camden

Proud Camden is presenting an exhibition of 40 Years of Punk. It is an explorative show celebrating the legacy and continuing influence of London’s Punk scene by renowned photographer Adrian Boot.

29 August 2015

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Unseen Agatha Christie Photographs Exhibited To Mark Her 125th Birthday

Previously unseen photographs of a young Agatha Christie are exhibited  at the Bankside Gallery to mark the 125th anniversary of the author’s birth. Agatha Christie: Unfinished Portrait features images from the writer’s private collection to illustrate the life behind the “Queen of Crime”. Displayed alongside quotes from the author herself taken from both published and unpublished personal correspondence, here is […]

22 June 2015

Art Basel 46 In Pictures By Paul Carey – Kent

Here’s a rather perversely democratic choice of just one piece each from a dozen categories: Art Basel’s gallery section; Art Unlimited (the main fair’s hall of 74 separate installations); the Liste, Volta and Solo Project and Photo alternative fairs; the Art Parcours works out and about in the city; other external installations; the commercial gallery spaces in Basel itself; […]

26 February 2015

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Oscar Rejlander Photographic Album Receives Temporary DCMS Export Bar

A temporary export bar has been placed on an important album of portrait and figurative photographs by the ‘Father of Art Photography’, Oscar Rejlander (1813-1875). The action was taken by Culture Minister Ed Vaizey on Monday. The photos include prints of “Trying to Catch a Fly” and “The Fly is Caught” and several portraits in […]

24 March 2014

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Trekkies Alert: Leonard Nimoy Photographic Exhibition Explores Inner Yearnings And Fantasies

The School of Visual Arts at Boston University is presenting Leonard Nimoy: Secret Selves, a photographic series exploring the inner yearnings and fantasies that we all share. The Boston (US) born actor, inspired by Aristophanes’ theory that humans were once double-sided creatures with two heads and multiple limbs before Zeus divided humans in two, reveals […]

25 December 2013

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Warhol, Burroughs and Lynch Photographers Gallery Announce Exhibitions For New Year

Three exhibitions highlighting the lesser known work of three important American artists is opening at London’s Photographers Gallery in January. Beat writer William S. Burroughs, Pop art’s best known figure, Andy Warhol and the filmmaker David Lynch all important photographers in their own right.  The Photographer’s Gallery, London, has compiled archive material for the exhibitions […]