Rotterdam (22 Apr – 27 Aug 2017) The Kunsthal Rotterdam will present a large-scale retrospective of the life and work of Robert Mapplethorpe (1946-1989), one of the most influential artists and photographers of the 20th century
New York (May 21–Sep 17, 2017) In 1959, Robert Rauschenberg wrote, “Painting relates to both art and life.Neither can be made. (I try to act in that gap between the two.)” His work in this gap shaped artistic practice for decades to come.
Toronto (29 Apr – 27 May 2017) Robert Mapplethorpe (1946-1989) was born in New York. He earned a B.F.A. from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, where he produced artwork in a variety of media, mainly collage.
Napoli (25 Feb – 18 Jun 2017) The exhibition presents over 200 images by Helmut Newton, one of the most important and famous photographers of the twentieth century. It collects together images from “White Women”, “Sleepless Nights”, and “Big Nudes”
Tbilisi (May 7, 2017) Francesco Merlini, Samuele Pellecchia, Igor Posner and Devin Yalkin, four black&white photographers whose diaristic approach to photography has been recognized worldwide with exhibitions and publications.
New York (April 19 – May 11, 2017) Salomon Arts Gallery will feature work by award-winning international photographer Terri Gold, who is known for her poetic infrared imagery of the remote corners of the globe and the indigenous cultures that inhabit them.
Hong Kong (April 11 to May 11, 2017) Entering the world of Wing Chan’s photomontages is the beginning of a visual adventure. His unique and stimulating images encourage you to take a closer look at the environment of the city.
St. Petersburg (9 Feb – 4 Jun 2017) Joy rides, voyages of discovery, surveys, wanderings, migrations, polemics, travel diaries, and assessment of the nation. Is America even imaginable without the road trip?
New York (April 24 – July 30, 2017.) The most comprehensive retrospective to date of the work of the great American photographer Irving Penn (1917–2009), this exhibition will mark the centennial of the artist’s birth.
Paris (May 13 – September 9, 2017) No American road trip looms larger in our collective consciousness than the one bound west, and has been both the favorite subject and a formidable challenge for most artists, from Robert Frank to Jack Kerouac.
San Jose (March 17 – August 6, 2017) Water is very much on the minds of Californians after six years of drought. Fragile Waters celebrates this precious, essential resource and encourages dialogue about water conservation.
Remagen (19 Feb – 20 May 2017) World-famous of course in his own right as a musician and composer, Bryan Adams has established a formidable reputation for himself over the past decade as a photographer of international repute.
New York (7 Mar – 8 Apr 2017) First published in France in 1958, then in the United States in 1959, Robert Frank’s “The Americans” exploded onto twentieth-century photography redefining what a photograph and a photography book could mean.
London (18 May – 21 May 2017) Photo London has announced the Public Programme for the third edition of the Fair, featuring 87 galleries from 17 countries, Photo London presents new photographers, new work by established Masters and gems from the history of photography.