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The Photography Show by AIPAD

The Photography Show by AIPAD

We’re pleased to announce our participation in The Photography Show by AIPAD this year! We’ll be showing work by Inge Morath, Lee Miller, Richard Tuschman and Bruce Gilden. The fair takes place from 25 to 28 April at the Park Avenue Armory, 643 Park Ave, New York. Find us at Booth C56. Download the press...
Erich Hartmann ‘Our Daily Bread’

Erich Hartmann ‘Our Daily Bread’

Having traveled to Centralia, Kansas in the early 1950s on an assignment to photograph a young girl who had won a baking contest, Magnum Photographer Erich Hartmann developed a friendship with the girl’s father, a wheat farmer. Hartmann wrote that he grew “aware of the dignity which touches the many whose work makes bread available...
Lee Miller Film Release

Lee Miller Film Release

We’re pleased to see that Lee, the long-awaited biopic about Lee Miller, is finally being released and bringing her some well-deserved attention. Read a feature about the film here in Vogue, the same publication that sent Miller to cover World War II.      
Patrick Zachmann ‘Voyages de mémoire’

Patrick Zachmann ‘Voyages de mémoire’

“Is one Jewish when one ignores one’s religion and culture?” From the late 1970s to the early 1990s, French photographer Patrick Zachmann (b. 1955) studied the Jews of France in search of his own identity. From Paris to Marseille, from the most orthodox to the most secular, from the textile wholesalers in the Sentier district...
Inge Morath Centennial

Inge Morath Centennial

The Inge Morath Estate and °CLAIRbyKahn are pleased to announce a special edition portfolio of six platinum prints to celebrate the centennial of Inge Morath’s birth. Morath’s astute depiction of women is underlined in this collection of never-before printed works. This year’s exhibitions of Morath’s work include Documenting Israel: Visions of 75 Years, an exhibition...
‘Documenting Israel: Visions of 75 Years

‘Documenting Israel: Visions of 75 Years

‘Even before the proclamation of the State of Israel, the Promised Land fascinated poets, artists, journalists and photographers. How can one not be fascinated by the idea of terra sancta, a thousand-year-old promise of redemption for humanity? How can one resist telling and passing on these narratives? The first photographs of Palestine, incidentally, were taken...
°CLAIRbyKahn at Paris Photo

°CLAIRbyKahn at Paris Photo

We’re jumping with joy that one of our favorite Halsman pictures has been selected as the official image of Paris Photo 2022!     This celebrated photograph of Steichen jumping will hang in our booth (E15) with other rare and unique vintage Halsman prints along with works by Chien-Chi Chang, David Seymour and Sigalit Landau....
The Lonka Project: Numbered

The Lonka Project: Numbered

We’re pleased to announce a collaboration with the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center in Moscow, The Lonka Project: Numbered, an exhibition comprising more than 60 portraits of Shoah survivors. Our work with the museum began more than two years ago and it’s deeply rewarding to see the exhibition come together despite many challenges. We’d like to offer our...