Mauricio Valenzuela at Paris Photo 2018

Mauricio Valenzuela at Paris Photo 2018

New publication coming very soon, preview copies available for purchase at Augusta Edwards Fine Art, Booth #D37, Paris Photo. 8-11 November  2018

Mauricio Valenzuela was born in Chile in 1951. His photography is rooted in the social documentary genre and stands amongst the most original of the 1980s ‘golden period’ of Chilean photography.

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Sohei Nishino at Paris Photo 2018

Sohei Nishino at Paris Photo 2018

New publication coming very soon, preview copies available for purchase at Michael Hoppen Gallery, Booth #C10, Paris Photo 2018

In making his Diorama maps, Nishino combines photography, collage, cartography and psycho-geography to create large prints of urban landscapes. 

Sohei Nishino has recently completed a new diorama of the Po River valley in Northern Italy. This work was the winning commission for the Foto/Industria award which was announced in February 2018 and was displayed at MAST Museum in Bologna until May 2018. This new multi-part work consists of eight panels which span the course of the River Po, from its source in Western Italy to its mouth, where it flows into the Adriatic sea near Venice. Nishino travelled and walked along the river for 2 months, documenting the life and landscape that meander though the industrial and rural heartland of this important part of Northern Italy.

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In Search of Beauty at Museo Patio Herreriano, Valladolid

In Search of Beauty at Museo Patio Herreriano, Valladolid

From 2 November 2018 to 20 January 2019 

Saul Leiter 'In Search of Beauty' transfers from Foto Colectania in Barcelona to the Museum of Contemporary Spanish Art in Valladolid. 

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Mike + Doug Starn: Big Bambú - Geometry of Innocence, Ordrupgaard 2018 / Image © Andreas Omvik

Big Bambú at The Art Playground, Ordrupgaard

Art is engaging, it is something that physically invites you in – yes, even something you can climb on! At least at Ordrupgaard it is. On the museum’s Art Playground, which is supported by Nordea-fonden, children and adults can explore a range of artworks that are not only compelling to the eye, but also challenge the senses. In 2018, two new artworks will be inaugurated on the Art Playground: Doug and Mike Starn’s monumental bamboo maze Geometry of Innocence from their Big Bambú series, and Terunobu Fujimori’s new interpretation of the traditional Japanese tea house Tea Tree House.

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In Search of beauty at Foto Colectania, Barcelona

In Search of beauty at Foto Colectania, Barcelona

Leiter combined photography and painting all his life, and continued painting daily until his death in November 2013 at age 89. But the camera became the medium through which he managed to capture and interpret the life of New York City in multi-layered compositions, as well as in intimate scenes, as nobody had done before.

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Big Bambú at The Museum of Fine Arts Houston

Big Bambú at The Museum of Fine Arts Houston

Mike and Doug Starn have re-conceived their ongoing Big Bambú project for Houston, filling the Museum’s austerely graceful Ludwig Mies van der Rohe–designed galleries with a monumental wave of bamboo. An installation of some 3,000 poles lashed together, This Thing Called Life rises 30 feet from the floor of Cullinan Hall, cresting onto the balcony of Upper Brown Pavilion.

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