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Mohammad Rakibul Hasan

The Last Savings by Mohammad Rakibul Hasan “The Last Savings” is the existing reality of 7 million slum dwellers in Bangladesh. Every image from this series is portraying severe hunger, deprivation and uncertainty of coming days. This work presented the most vulnerable families with their almost empty food storage and their inaudible cry for support..

Masks forever

Masks Forever At this grim and uncertain moment, CLAIRbyKahn is committed to continuing its activities online as it is more important than ever to provide a space for artists to express their voices and for people to find cultural nourishment. “We must endure the current crisis and prepare for the difficulties that will follow,” says..

Cristiano Tassinari

Gallery BIoGRAPHY 2006  Bachelor, Academy of Fine Arts, Bologna, Italy 1999  Degree, State Institute of Art, Forlì, Italy exhibitions Solo 2019  Mother’s Bliss, Ncontemporary, Milan, Italy 2018  1800 kcal, SOEHT 7 Former Women’s Prison, Berlin, Germany 2016  55M2 It’s our home!, MAR, Ravenna Art Museum, Ravenna, Italy 2016  Vor Meiner Haut Beginnt Das Fremde, Werkstatt..

Gilles Peress

Gallery BIoGRAPHY Gilles Peress was born December 29, 1946 in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France and grew up in Paris with his mother, an orthodox Christian from the Middle East, and his father, who was of Jewish and Georgian descent. Peress studied at the Institute d’Etudes Politiques in Paris from 1966 to 1968 and then at the University..

Newsha Tavakolian

Gallery BIoGRAPHY Newsha Tavakolian began working as a photographer for the Iranian press at the age of 16, covering wars in Iraq and a range of social issues in her native Iran. Over the years, her focus shifted away from journalistic photography to photography as art. Through her lens, Tavakolian explores social experiences in her..

ISREALITIES – Seven Photographic Journeys

About the exhibition 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..

Micha Bar-Am

Gallery BIOGRAPHY Born in Berlin, Germany in 1930, Bar-Am arrived with his family in Israel (then Palestine) in 1936. Active in the pre-state underground he worked at Haifa Port and was drafted in 1948 when the Jewish-Arab Conflict turned into an all-out war. In 1949 – co-founder of Kibbutz Malkiya in the Galilee and later member..

Oded Balilty

Gallery BIoGRAPHY Oded Balilty is a Pulitzer Prize-winning Israeli photographer. Born and raised in Jerusalem, he has been a staff photographer for the Associated Press since 2002. In 2007, he won the Pulitzer Prize for his photograph of a lone Jewish settler confronting Israeli security officers during the evacuation of a West Bank settlement outpost...

Alvin Langdon Coburn

Gallery BIoGRAPHY/Regognitions At the turn of the twentieth century, few figures cast as large a shadow across the landscape of photography as Alvin Landon Coburn (1882 – 1966). In a career that spanned six decades – he began photographing at eight years of age – he was one of a handful of leading pictorialists who..

Chien-Chi Chang

Gallery   BIoGRAPHY In his work, Chien-Chi Chang makes manifest the abstract concepts of alienation and connection. “The Chain,” a collection of portraits made in a mental asylum in Taiwan, caused a sensation when it was shown at La Biennale di Venezia (2001) and the Bienal de Sao Paolo (2002). The shocking, nearly life-sized photographs..