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Lartigue & CLAIR

Lartigue & CLAIR

CLAIR Gallery is now working with the Donation Jacques Henri Lartigue and represents the archives of this renowned French photographer. Lartigue (1894 – 1986) began taking photographs at the age of seven and was fascinated by the technological marvels of this time. His photographs of early automobiles and airplanes are celebrated, but it was his..
INGE MORATH: ON STYLE

INGE MORATH: ON STYLE

The plaudits and praise continue to flow for the exquisite new book that explores the fashion photography of Inge Morath. Inge Morath: On Style was published in the fall of 2016 by Abrams Books. It includes 250 black-and-white and colour photographs and was edited by John P. Jacob, the American curator and director of the Inge Morath Foundation. The..
Thomas Dworzak joins CLAIR

Thomas Dworzak joins CLAIR

CLAIR Gallery is thrilled to announce it now represents the work of Thomas Dworzak. Dworzak was born in Koetzting near Cham, in the Bavarian Forest in Germany. After living in Avila, Prague and Moscow and photographing the war in former Yugoslavia he moved to live in Tbilisi, Georgia. From 1993 until 1999, he worked on an..
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..
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..