February 13-May 8, 2022
Am I looking at a photographic print, or is this part of the building? The installations of Marleen Sleeuwits (1980) blur the dividing lines between fiction and reality. Aided by bright neon lights, foil, photographic prints, and mirrors, she plays with perspective, reflection, and scale in architectural spaces. Examples of this are windows that continue beyond the ceiling, or the repetition of architectural details. It is her intention to temporarily alienate the visitors from their sense of time and location. Sleeuwits will be transforming the display window along the ramp into a spatial optical illusion for Kunsthal Light #24. She is inspired by the Kunsthal architecture that in her view contains elements of beauty and disorientation.
Georges Rousse is presenting 26 new photographs for the Inaugural exhibition of the New Bonisson Art center in Rogues, Aix en Provence.
This comprehensive Julie Boserup solo exhibition, which is shown at both Viborg Kunsthal and at Augustiana Kunstpark & Kunsthal in Augustenborg, is centered around transformation as a process in which familiar motifs are transformed into something new.
Dropped ceiling, Site-specific installation, and Group-exhibition: Mind the Gap
The work of Italian artist Gianfranco Chiavacci is part of PISTOIA NOVECENTO, an Overview Of The Art of
The Post-World War II Period.
The work of German photographer Gottfried Jäger is part of a major new exhibition at the Tate Modern in London titled, "Shape of Light: 100 Years of Photography and Abstract Art".
German photographer Gottfried Jäger talks about his exhibition, "Generative Color. Photographs" with artist Manfred Mohr, a pioneer of digital art based on algorithms.
Renowned artist and photographer Georges Rousse will be showing his work in the exhibition "Puntos de Vista/ Points of View" at the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo in Lima, Peru.
The work of German photographer Gottfried Jäger can be seen in the exhibition titled "Kleine Geschichte(n) der Fotografie (#1), Eine Austellung in mehreren Kapiteln/ Small Story(s) of Photography, An Exhibition in several Chapters" at the Sprengel Museum Hannover.
The work of Ernesto Bazan is being shown in an exhibition titled "Ernesto Bazan. Cuban Trilogy" at the Instytut Fotografii Fort in Warsaw, Poland.
Photojournalist Jean-Pierre Laffont on his show “Turbulent America” with an introduction by Rick Smolan, former TIME and National Geographic photographer and co-creator of "A Day in the Life" series.
Photos by David Zimmerman can be seen at Hebrew Union College in their exhibition "HOME(less)."
Curator Bill Hunt and artist Andreas Gefeller discuss Gefeller's methodology and the significance of overexposure in his exhibition "Blank".
American photographer David Zimmerman on getting the perfect shot for his portrait series, “One Voice”.
Photos by David Zimmerman are featured in Fotofest's 2017 exhibition, "Refugee".
Environmental photographer Barry Underwood talks about his photographic process and revealing the beauty and complex layers of the ordinary landscape.
Magdalena Solé's solo exhibition, "Mississippi Delta", is on view from January 26 - February 22, 2017, at Baum Gallery of University of Central Arkansas, Conway. An artist talk is scheduled for February 7th.
Carla Susanne Erdmann interviews Ernesto Bazan in the Magazine for Leica M Photography’s fifth issue. Ernesto Bazan shared life, loves and troubles of the Cubans from 1992 until he was forced to leave the country in 2006. Ten years after leaving, he looks back on life in his personal paradise.
Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is pleased to participate in the 27th edition of Art Miami.
Guise, 2015 by French artist and photographer Georges Rousse can now be found in the permanent collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum. Guise first premiered in the US at Sous Les Etoiles Gallery's innaugural exhibition of the artist, "Éloge des Lieux."
“Externalities,” a solo show of American photographer Barry Underwood, is on view at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania’s Bruce Gallery.
The Library of Congress has acquired select photographs from Sous Les Etoiles Gallery's 2015 exhibition "Korda in America," the first-ever survey of photographer Alberto Korda's 1959 and 1960 trips to the US with Fidel Castro.
The work of Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting grantee James Whitlow Delano is part of “Dispatches,” a new, multi-platform exhibition curated by SECCA’s Cora Fisher in partnership with The Pulitzer Center.
Click! Triangle Photography Festival celebrates the 10th anniversary of the French artist’s historic public art project in downtown Durham with a special unveiling of a new installation project by Rousse at The Fruit Performing Arts Center on October 29, 5-9pm.
Photographic artist Julie Boserup talks about why she chose the The Museum of the City of New York’s archive of the Wurts Bros. Collection for “Misleading Perpsectives,” Boserup’s premiere solo show at Sous Les Etoiles Gallery.
Following the success of Photo Edition Berlin's Concrete and Generative photography exhibition at the European Month of Photography Berlin 2014, "Part 2. The Contemporaries" presents the next generation of photographers whose works manifest the materiality of light, chemistry, the photographic paper and process.
Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is proud to participate for the first time in EXPO CHICAGO/2016.
“Three Days in Rosemont (Trois jours à Rosemont)” presents photography by award-winning American photographer Wendy Paton as part of the 2016 edition of Festival America. Following the close of the Festival, the exhibition continues on view at Librairie Millepages in Vincennes through September 30th.
As part of the Guernsey Photography Festival, an exhibition of Carolle Bénitah's acclaimed Photos Souvenirs series is on view at Gatehouse Gallery. Special events in conjunction with the festival include a film screening of a short documentary on Bénitah directed by Marie Docher, and a book signing of the artist's first-ever photo book, published by Kehrer Verlag.
"Cuban Trilogy," sponsored by the Ministry of Culture of the city of Palermo in collaboration with ANFE, features work from Ernesto Bazan's three-part series on Cuba: Bazan Cuba, Al Campo, and ISLA.
Photographer Luuk de Haan talks about what drew him to title his 2013 series big nothing.
Curated by Ralf Hanselle, "PRIME TIME Archetypes of Abstraction in Photography" features work by photographers Richard Caldicott, Luuk de Haan, Stefan Heyne, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Marco Breuer and more.
Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is proud to announce membership in the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD).
Sophie Delaporte and Vicki Goldberg, photo critic, historian, and author, discuss how the title of Delaporte’s series Postmodern Mysteries was inspired by Goldberg’s essay on the series.
Magdalena Solé’s solo show “Cuba Hasta Siempre,” curated by Elizabeth Avedon, opens June 3rd at the Vermont Center for Photography. An artist talk is scheduled on Friday, June 24, at 6pm.
Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is pleased to participate in Art New York's second edition at Pier 94.
Reiner Riedler is “Guest of Honor” at the 2016 edition of The Boutographies - Rencontres Photographiques de Montpellier, a festival centered around new European talent. In conjunction with the honor, Riedler’s internationally acclaimed series The Lifesaving Machines is on exhibit at the Medical University of Montpellier.
Selections from David Zimmerman’s latest body of work, One Voice, featuring portraits of displaced Tibetan refugees, is on view at the Annenberg Space for Photography as part of the group exhibition “REFUGEE.”
Photographer Robin Cracknell on the process behind his longterm photo series Childhood, and what he wants to see the most in his photographs.
Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is delighted to announce the first permanent public art installation by French artist and photographer Georges Rousse. The installation, commissioned by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, is located in the resort’s new Starbucks coffee shop, where it will remain permanently accessible to the Las Vegas Strip’s millions of visitors each year.
Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is pleased to return to New York's Art on Paper fair.
Itochu Aoyama Art Square presents “Since That Day,” a solo exhibition of social documentary photographer Magdalena Solé’s haunting photographs of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami aftermath. An Artist Talk will be held on March 11, 12:10-12:50pm.
James Whitlow Delano’s @everydayclimatechange is featured on the White House website as part of an announcement by President Obama to expand federal protection of California desert land.
The international cultural centre in Berlin features the work of Finnish photographer Eeva Hannula in her solo show “The Choreography of Uncertainty.” An opening reception will be held January 21 at 7pm.
Join acclaimed artist Jane Fulton Alt for tea, pastries and a presentation about her work and inspiration behind her book and series The Burn.
Diana Diaz, daughter of photographer Alberto Korda, talks about her father’s work for Cuban newspaper Revolución, his relationship with Fidel Castro, and history in the making.
Work by Finnish experimental photographer Eeva Hannula is projected onto the facade of the Helsinki Cathedral as part of the program’s Ilon kuvia (Images of Joy) installation series.
Cuyahoga Valley National Park’s solo show "Land + Scap" features the landscape photography of Barry Underwood. A closing reception with the artist will be held on February 5th, 5-7pm.
James Whitlow Delano’s exhibition "Scorthed Earth / China’s Wounded Environment” is part of the 2015 exhibition program of Southeast Asia’s longest-running photography event.
Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is pleased to announce participation in this year’s Art Miami.
The Lumiere Brothers Gallery exhibits the work of Wendy Paton alongside fellow American photographers Steve Schapiro, Ruth Orkin, Harold Feinstein, and Greg Gorman.
James Whitlow Delano’s "Witness to Climate Change” and Laurent Zylberman’s "Tibet, Last Scream!” appear in Korea’s only independent photography festival, curated by Suthep Kritsanavarin and François Callier.
in focus Galerie's group exhibition "Love is..." gathers 65 images surrounding the topic of love, including work by Mary Ellen Mark, Wendy Paton, Elliot Erwitt, and Marc Ribaud, among others.
The Land Institute and DePaul University Art Museum have organized the exhibition "Rooted in Soil," featuring images from Jane Fulton Alt’s The Burn series and first appearing at DePaul Art Museum in January 2015, for the Salina Art Center.
A new installation by Georges Rousse in this national monument and former prison's Hall of Gendarmes accompanies an exhibition of the artist's photographic work.
@everydayclimatechange, founded by photographer James Whitlow Delano, features work by photographers documenting climate change on 7 continents.
Images from James Whitlow Delano's Black Tsunami series are on view as part of the 2015 Obscura Festival, with an artist talk scheduled on August 18, 2-3pm.
French Moroccan photographer Carolle Bénitah launches new Kickstarter campaign for the publication of the artist's first photography book. The recently completed three-part series Photos-Souvenirs (Enfance, Adolescence, and Adulte) is set to be printed into a bilingual, 128-page hardcover photo book in the fall of 2015 by Schilt Publishing in Amsterdam.
Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is pleased to announce participation in the inaugural Art Miami New York, and will exhibit work by artists Barry Underwood, Georges Rousse, Richard Caldicott, Eeva Hannula, and Susanne Wellm.
Drawn primarily from the Akron Art Museum collection, "Staged" highlights the work of artists whose directorial involvement in the set-up of their photographs is essential to their practice, including Sandy Skoglund, Barry Underwood, Cindy Sherman, Spencer Tunick and Carrie Mae Weems.
Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is thrilled to participate in this year's Paris Photo Los Angeles. The Gallery will showcase work by Richard Caldicott, including his breakthrough Tupperware series, as well as French artist & photographer Georges Rousse.
Photographers Jane Fulton Alt, Patricia Galagan, Greg Mac Gregor, Philip Metcalf, and Larry Schwarm “respond to the fearsome and alluring elements of fire” in the New Mexico Museum of Art’s new exhibition "Fire Season."
Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is pleased to announce representation of French artist and photographer Georges Rousse, with the artist’s premiere solo show at the gallery planned for the fall of 2015.
Presented as part of the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival: Reiner Riedler's portraits of film reels and original negatives of classic films from the archive of the Deutsche Kinemathek.
James Whitlow Delano takes over Smithsonian Magazine’s instagram to share his photos from China.
Sophie Delaporte’s new video work True Colors, featuring performance artist Melissa Mourer Ordener, premieres at Galerie Joseph.
See the concrete photography of The Peter C. Ruppert Collection with a fresh eye in the museum's updated presentation "Light Image and Data Image - Traces of Concrete Photography," which includes the "unbridled experimentiveness of contemporary photographic artists" Richard Caldicott, Thomas Ruff, Adam Fuss, and Christiane Feser, among several other established and up-and-coming artists.
Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is pleased to participate in the inaugural Art on Paper fair, showcasing works by photographers Carolle Bénitah, Richard Caldicott, James Whitlow Delano, and David Zimmerman.
Tragic yet beautiful works by New York photographer Magdalena Solé sensitively portray the affected Tohoku region and its inhabitants in the aftermath of the 2011 tsunami.
Akron Art Museum's new exhibition Altered Landscapes includes photographer Barry Underwood's recently acquired North Bar Lake II, 2013. Chief curator Janice Driesbach said, “We wanted to re-approach the subject by sharing works from the collection that take innovative approaches to landscape motifs. And we are delighted to be presenting art works that are new to our collection or have not been on view recently."
Carolle Bénitah's Photos-Souvenirs series is featured in the new exhibition "la vie (re)inventée."
DePaul University Art Museum's new exhibition "Rooted in Soil" includes Jane Fulton Alt's The Burn series.
Abstract photographer Richard Caldicott is one of 14 British talents tapped by Clarks to reinterpret the brand’s iconic desert boot. All profits of the collaboration will go to The HALO Trust, a British-based charity who removes debris left behind after war.
Social documentary photographer Magdalena Solé's Mississippi Delta series is featured in a new exhibition at the Griffin Museum of Photography. An opening reception with the artist takes place January 10, 7-8:30pm.
Sous Les Etoiles Gallery Director Corinne Tapia is honored to join fellow jurors Ann-Christin Bertrand, Curator at C/O Berlin; Yeonha Choi, Art Critic & Chief Curator at Space 22; Jeong Eun Kim, Chief Editor/Publisher of IANN Magazine; Damien Poulain, Founder of Oodee; and Aline Smithson, Photographer & Founder of Lenscratch.
Featuring work by photographers Carolle Bénitah, Richard Caldicott, Reiner Riedler, Ichigo Sugawara and Barry Underwood.
Magdalena Solé's Gust of wind, Viñales, 2013, from her latest series CUBA - Hasta Siempre (Cuba Forever), is chosen by juror and curator Elizabeth Avedon to appear in Castell Photography Gallery’s "NEXT: New Photographic Visions" show.
Photographer James Whitlow Delano is awarded the Baie de Saint-Brieuc International Photoreporter Festival 2014 grant for his work in Ecuador's Amazonian forests.
David Zimmerman discusses photographing Tibetan refugees for his series One Voice at The Annenberg Space for Photography.
Wendy Paton's Visages de Nuit series, a collection of candid black-and-white night portraits shot over a six-year period from 2006-2012 in various international cities, is featured in a solo exhibition at The James A. Michener Art Museum, extended through January 4, 2015 by popular demand.
Richard Caldicott's photograms and paper negatives are part of a group exhibition at M+B Gallery, organized by Phil Chang and Matthew Porter, and shown alongside work by Julie Cockburn, Adam Putnam, and Hannah Whitaker, among others.
Photolucida is an arts nonprofit based in Portland, Oregon whose mission is to provide platforms that expand, inspire, educate and connect the regional, national and international photography community.
"Tulkus 1180 to 2018," a tremendous survey-in-progress by Paola Pivi of over 1,100 photographic portraits of tulkus, or officially-recognized reincarnations of Tibetan lamas, includes the large-scale portraits of Tibetan exiles from David Zimmerman's One Voice series.
"Revelation and Enchantment" features photographs from the permanent collection that have been donated or acquired by the museum during the last 20 years, including the abstract photography of Richard Caldicott.
FotoFest 2014 Biennial's "Discoveries of the Meeting Place" exhibition presents work chosen by ten reviewer/curators from the 2012 Meeting Place in order to showcase the best work discovered in past Biennal Portfolio Reviews. Carolle Bénitah's Photos-Souvenirs was chosen by Ellen Harris, Photography Collector and Independent Curator, New York.
Reiner Riedler's photographic series of backlit film reels from the archives of the Deutsche Kinemathek goes on view at the Museum für Film und Fernsehen.
Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is pleased to announce a collaboration with the Miami International Airport’s Fine Arts & Cultural Affairs to showcase documentary photographer Reiner Riedler’s series Fake Holidays. 36 large-scale C-prints depicting imaginary getaways will be on view in the airport’s highly-trafficked Concourse F.
"Masters of the Light" is a collection of artistic images photographed with digital cameras and lenses, and features work by Ichigo Sugawara, Juergen Teller, Michael Kenna, and Ryan McGinley, among others. Published by D.D.WAVE Co., Ltd.
The Consulate General of Japan in New York presents "Utsusu Washi – Echizen Washi Village" by photographer Fumio Tanai.
Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is pleased to announce its relocation to a larger space on the 6th floor of 560 Broadway, Suite 603.