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Déclics Analogiques

Déclics Analogiques

In an image by Jacques Henri Lartigue, the nanny Dudu raises her eyes to the sky to follow the flight of a ball before it falls back to earth; weightlessness made visible by the photographic act. Meanwhile, in the work of the painter John M. Armleder, the representation of circular forms on canvas resulted in..
Isrealities – Seven Photographic Journeys

Isrealities – Seven Photographic Journeys

Ever since 1897, when the journalist and activist Theodor Herzl declared, “At Basel, I founded the Jewish State”, the social, territorial, and cultural transformation in Israel has fascinated the world. As a result, the region’s soaring ambitions and extreme conflicts have been under a quasi-permanent media spotlight; yet intimate perspectives rarely emerge above the broader..

Erich Hartmann / Inge Morath

CLAIRbyKahn together with the Erich Hartmann Estate and the Inge Morath Estate are delighted to announce that the National Gallery of Ireland has acquired works by Erich Hartmann and Inge Morath. The acclaimed museum has purchased portfolios of photographs by Hartmann and Morath that were shot in Ireland in the middle of the 20th century...
°CLAIR & The New York Times

°CLAIR & The New York Times

As part of its coverage of the Photo Basel fair, The New York Times has interviewed °CLAIR Gallery director Anna-Patricia Kahn. “Photographs aren’t always big, and vintage photography tends to be small,” Ms. Kahn told the newspaper. “l liked the idea of a small fair, combined with the fact that Art Basel is the mecca..
Condition of the Heart, Chim

Condition of the Heart, Chim

A photographer’s regard is informed by a myriad of concerns, from light to line, from color to contrast. Yet how often is profound caring the defining technical element of an image? David “CHIM” Seymour has long been heralded for his sublime sense of humanity, but what is becoming increasingly celebrated is the artistic mastery that..
Between Skies and Earth

Between Skies and Earth

The light and the obscure, the sky and the earth, the ethereal and the corporeal. Such juxtapositions have long formed the essence of the photographer’s art and a mastery of these elements can evoke entire universes of nuance and emotion. Oliver Mark (b. Germany, 1963) is one of the modern geniuses in the use of..
Acclaim For Weissenstein Book

Acclaim For Weissenstein Book

The book celebrating the legacy of Rudi Weissenstein’s photography has received incredible reviews from newspapers and photo magazines across Europe. The latest praise comes from the esteemed German photo critic Klaus Honnef who noted the glorious fragility of the work. Rudi, A Dreamer – Rediscovering an Archive is published by Kehrer Verlag and CLAIR Gallery..