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A Certain Slant of Light – Erich Hartmann

A Certain Slant of Light – Erich Hartmann

As one of the 20th century’s most renowned documentary photographers, Erich Hartmann relied on the nuances of natural light to capture the deeper truths of human experience. Yet when in the studio, Hartmann embraced a different vision: by injecting artificial light into the frame of an image, he transformed the commonplace into something both mesmerizing..
Munich Seaside

Munich Seaside

Summer and sea have been forever entwined in both the popular and the creative imagination. While paintings such as Waves Breaking by Monet or Beach Scene by Degas are iconic, there is also a seminal body of photography that explores the innate human connection to water. In the summer of 2016, the Munich Seaside exhibition..
Lee Miller – Out of the Ordinary

Lee Miller – Out of the Ordinary

From her time in Man Ray’s studio to her filming with Jean Cocteau to her collaboration with Pablo Picasso, Lee Miller’s photography has always been intimately linked to her personal relationships. This phenomenon culminated with her celebrated marriage to the British artist and poet Roland Penrose and the series of mutually inspired works the couple..
The World According to Petr Lovigin

The World According to Petr Lovigin

Petr Lovigin appears to inhabit a different world, a different planet. Or maybe different worlds and different planets. His visions are romantic and ironic, cynical and dreamlike. Somehow his work manages to embody both the splendour and the defects of life, both what is sure and what is in doubt. The World According to Petr..
Eikoh Hosoe at the Weltkunstzimmer

Eikoh Hosoe at the Weltkunstzimmer

Work by CLAIR Gallery artist Eikoh Hosoe was included in an extraordinary exhibition at the Weltkunstzimmer that explored the complex beauty and art of Butoh dance. The Butoh Photography exhibition at the Weltkunstzimmer contemporary art centre in Düsseldorf, Germany ran from February 11, 2016 to March 12, 2016. Butoh is a style of Japanese dance..
Créateur de Bonheurs

Créateur de Bonheurs

Jacques Henri Lartigue rejoiced in life and had an insatiable fascination for all that surrounded him. For more than six decades, he used photography to preserve those exquisite moments that created such joy for him. The Créateur de Bonheurs exhibition united more than 50 of these sublime images in both black and white and colour,..
Erich Hartmann at Landesmuseum Zürich

Erich Hartmann at Landesmuseum Zürich

CLAIR Gallery was delighted to help organize the presentation of the photography series “Our Daily Bread” by Magnum photographer Erich Hartmann at Landesmuseum Zürich, the Swiss National Museum. This project was initiated by UNICEF Switzerland in collaboration with the Landesmuseum Zurich. The exhibition ran from 28.08.2015-02.10.2015 and was met with both critical praise and popular..
Lovigin at ifa gallery, Brussels

Lovigin at ifa gallery, Brussels

CLAIR Gallery is delighted to collaborate with the ifa gallery in Brussels to produce a major solo exhibition of Petr Lovigin’s photography. The Dream a Little Dream of Me exhibition features exclusive CLAIR Gallery images from Lovigin’s ‘What a Wonderful World!’ series and his ‘Fall in Love’ series. The exhibition runs in Brussels from June..
On the Move

On the Move

The On the Move exhibition was held at the VDA headquarters in Berlin between 17 March and 26 June 2015 (see a video here). On the Move explored movement as captured by the most acclaimed photographers of the past century. It featured both legendary photographers such as Lee Miller, Jacques Henri Lartigue, Philippe Halsman, and Alvin Langdon Coburn, and the brightest stars..
MIA&D in Singapore

MIA&D in Singapore

CLAIR Gallery  takes part in the Milan Image Art & Design fair in Singapore from October 23 to 26, 2014. This is the first time that MIA&D held an event in southeast Asia and temporarily transformea Singapore into the epicentre of the Asian photography world. CLAIR exhibits vintage prints from the prestigious ‘Jumpology’ series by Philippe..