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Time With No Boundaries

Time With No Boundaries

The photography is humble, modest: it captures a moment, protects it, some would say preserves it for eternity. But the photography is also the epitome of audacity: it launches an assault on our preconceptions. It makes us realize that our beliefs about ourselves, about the way time passes and surpasses, are ultimately without foundation. This..
Inge Morath Truck Project

Inge Morath Truck Project

CLAIR Gallery celebrates The Inge Morath Truck Project and the fabulous photographers involved in this artistic odyssey. Inge Morath (1923 – 2002) is one of the most acclaimed photographers of the 20th century and was called ‘the high priestess of photograpy’ by the director John Huston. The Inge Morath Truck Project revisits one of Morath’s..
War and Peace

War and Peace

Because you think you know this photographer? You have seen him AND looked at his Internet site countless times, you have read his interviews, you have heard him speak at either the university in Hannover or the one in Dortmund. Oliver Mark is a star of photography: He has made more than one distinguished woman sprawl..
ART PARIS 2014

ART PARIS 2014

It was another exquisite year at ART PARIS for the CLAIR Gallery. For those who couldn’t be there – and the photograph above should certainly fill your heart with regret – you can at least enjoy the virtual experience thanks to this splendid tour. And, for those who enjoy a little French, here’s a reportage on the..
Lee Miller & Anna-Patricia Kahn in Appeal

Lee Miller & Anna-Patricia Kahn in Appeal

The Winter – Spring 2014 edition of Appeal magazine features an article on the photography of Lee Miller and an interview with Anna-Patricia Kahn. As Kahn told the magazine, “Lee Miller was an artist, full-stop … Yes, photojournalism was her job, but she worked across genres, as one person, as a photographer, and simultaneously. Some audiences..
Erich Hartmann in Die Zeit

Erich Hartmann in Die Zeit

The German newsweekly Die Zeit provided an impressive look at the Erich Hartmann exhibition in Berlin. This highly respected magazine has a paid circulation of more than 500,000 and an estimated readership of more than 2,000,000, so this is a tremendous window onto Hartmann’s Our Daily Bread series. Read the piece in German by clicking..
Our Daily Bread

Our Daily Bread

Our Daily Bread by Erich Hartmann – a photography installation in Berlin in December 2013 Fifty-one years ago, the photographer Erich Hartmann created his exhibition Our Daily Bread and presented it at the New York Coliseum. In this gigantic exhibition and conference space located at Columbus Circle in the heart of Manhattan, the photographer mounted..
Hartmann exhibition – Französischer Dom, Berlin

Hartmann exhibition – Französischer Dom, Berlin

CLAIR Gallery is proud to announce that the Our Daily Bread exhibition at the Französischer Dom am Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin broke all attendance projections and was an overwhelming critical success. Our Daily Bread, which was organized under the patronage of UNICEF and The Anne Frank Fonds Basel, ran from November 28, 2013 to February 28, 2014. The exhibition was accompanied..