One Picture at a time
New special edition in a box with silver gelatin print.
21 June - 10 August, 2014
För första gången någonsin visas
samtliga 286 bilder ur boken
“One Picture at a Time”
N-0351 Oslo, Norway
One Picture at a Time.
12 December - 25 January
Shoot Gallery, Oslo
Anders Petersen at Bibliothèque nationale de France.
13 November 2013 - 2 February 2014
The exhibition runs from 19 October - 23 November, 2013
Galerie Wouter van Leeuwen
1016 SM Amsterdam
Rosie and 21 men
26 October - 7 december, 2013
Härifrån till verkligheten
31 October - 19 January, 2014
Galleri 3, våning 3
Moment, Moderna Museet
14 September 2013 - 12 January 2014
The project featured in the Moment series has never before been exhibited.
These pictures have been waiting until now, when the photographer feels the
time is ripe for them to meet an audience.
Smoliansky worked on this project in 1992–94, and his pictures encourage
the viewer to discover the nuances in the motif, and the fantastic potential
of photographic techniques.
LA CHAMBRE CLAIRE
29 August - 5 October, 2013
Museumsbygningen in Copenhagen.
Bror Bernild, Krass Clement, Marianne Grøndahl, Keld Helmer-Petersen,
Jesper Høm, Marc Høm, Kirsten Klein, Tove Kurtzweil, Eli Ponsaing,
Steen Møller Rasmussen, Viggo Rivad and Gunnar Smoliansky.
2100 København Ø
Book release with JH Engströms new book Sketch of Paris
Landskrona Photo Festival, 23-25 August, 2013
The film In No Great Hurry about Saul Leiter is soon to be showing at independent cinemas in the UK, US, South Africa and Sweden!
One Picture at a Time
5 July - 31 August, 2013
Michael Hoppen Gallery
3 Jubilee Place
25 May - 13 July, 2013
Carsten Höller with Philippe Parreno, François Roche, Attilio Maranzano, Ben Gorham,
Rigobert Nimi, Yves Gaumetou.
Air de Paris
32,rue Louise Weiss
5 June - 1 September, 2013
Among the participant Photographers you will find works
by Mikael Jansson, Sølve Sundsbø, Gerry Johansson, Carsten Höller & Julia Hetta
Polka Galerie, Paris
25 May - 3 August, 2013
Stephen Gill's first retrospective exhibition at FOAM in Amsterdam.
17 May - 14 July 2013
Keizersgracht 609, Amsterdam
The exhibition Best Before End by Stephen Gill incorporates a number of photographic series that Gill made in and around the London Borough of Hackney over the past fourteen years. Having made straight descriptive photographic studies for many years, his approach shifted as he discovered the limitations of this type of aesthetic to convey all ideas. Gill made various attempts to jump outside the technical boundaries that photography imposed. He began to work with, and to explore photography’s weaknesses and invited an element of chance to help convey the spirit of the subject. His processes include burying photographs, making exuberant flower collages, placing objects inside the camera so that their traces could be encapsulated within the film emulsion thus adding confusion of scale. Gill’s most recent series, entitled Best Before End, resulted from part processing negatives in energy drinks, bringing forth the most fantastic, abstract and vibrantly coloured works that somehow reflect the intensity of modern inner city life. Pushing the boundaries of the photographic image, Gill shows that photography still offers endless possibilities to surprise the world with great marvel. A true pleasure for the eye.
Welcome to visit GunGallery at stand 22.
We will bring works from Gerry Johansson, Julia Hetta and Martina Hoogland Ivanow
Lördag den 19 januari
12.00 – 17.00
Presentation av utställningen 14.00
Onsdag – Söndag 12.00 – 17.00
The large grant is awarded to an active artist with a very high artistic quality and whom is very important for new generations of artists.
We can call it Gerry Johansson calm. It is with tremendous consistency and frenzy, without any fuss, he photographed the urban and rural landscapes, human tracks but without people and a little bit from the side. He succeeds in a mysterious way to turn our ideas of presence and absence, melancholy and euphoria, tragedy and comedy.
THE PARIS PHOTO PHOTOBOOK AWARDS 2012
Paris Photo and the Aperture Foundation in New York are proud to present the shortlist of 30 books selected for the Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation Photobook Awards.
2 categories are defined for this yearly competition, opened to publishers:
Two panels of judges composed of Phillip Block, Chris Boot, Julien Frydman, Lesley A. Martin, James Wellford, Els Barents, Roxana Marcoci, Britt Salvesen (Curator and Head of the Wallis Annenberg Department of Photography and the Department of Prints and Drawings, Los Angeles County Museum of Art), Thomas Seelig andt Timothy Pruss will announce the winners on Friday, November 16th at 1.00pm.
The selected work will be displayed in the 3rd issue of the PhotoBook Review.
A l'Institut suédois
7 November 2012 – 27 January 2013.
Opening 6 November at 18:00 – 20:00.
Curator: Greger Ulf Nilson
Invited photographers are:
Denise Grünstein, Julia Hetta, Martina Hoogland Ivanow, Julia Peirone and Elisabeth Toll.
SOHO by Anders Petersen is one of the nominated books by The Association of Swedish
Professional Photographers for the prize of the photobook in Sweden, 2012.
The Photographers’ Gallery and MACK.
Designed and edited by
Greger Ulf Nilson
17.4 cm x 26.4 cm
Cloth cover with embossing on front and spine with a tipped-in image on back
Publication date: May 2012
Martina Hoogland Ivanow opens the exhibition Behind the Visuals at INTHEGALLERY in Copenhagen on Friday 26 October.Where she will show Satellite. The exhibition runs until 22 December.
Hattfabriken / Luckenwalde
Opening 26 October kl 18 – 20.
At 6.30 there will be a conversation between curator
Anna Tellgren and Gerry Johansson. Entrance through the main doors,
Exercisplan. Moderna Bar is open until 11 pm.
The exhibition is on display
until 6 January 2013.
In conjunction to the Exhibition Memory we released an exclusive memory game. The game consists 62 memory cards, size 148.5 x 196.3 mm, with the same images as in the exhibition. Produced by GunGallery together with Air de Paris. The edition is 350, signed and numbered by both Artists. The price is 185 €.
GunGallery welcomes you to visit us at stand D10
We will exhibit Gerry Johansson, Martin Parr, Anders Petersen and Gunnar Smoliansky.