November 07, 2014

Friday Round Up - 7th November, 2014

This Friday Round Up it's all about Paris Photo. With more than 240 photographic exhibitions on in Paris, the month of November is most definitely the busiest on the photographic calendar. This week features an eclectic selection of more than 30 images, both past and contemporary, from Roman Vishniac, Meeri Koutaniemi, Max Baur, Bruce Wrighton, Mike Brodie, Bruno Rosier, Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre, with some absolute gems from Eugène Atget, Will Brown, William Eggleston and Margaret Bourke-White. 

Featured Event: 
Paris Photo 
13 - 16 November
Grand Palais

Anonymous, 1910

Eugène Atget
Organ-grinder, 1898-99. Courtesy Pace/MacGill Gallery
Will Brown: A Tender Light
Pittsburgh in the early 1970s

Courtesy: Laurence Miller Gallery

Mike Brodie: A period of juvenile prosperity

Courtesy: Les Filles du Calvaire 

Until 30 Nov
17, rue des Filles-du-Calvaire
75003 Paris 

William Eggleston: From Black and White to Color 



Until 21 December
Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson
2, impasse Lebouis
75014 Paris

Margaret Bourke-White: 
An exhibition of Vintage Photographs 


President Roosevelt's desk at the White House 1934

Courtesy: Daniel Blau Gallery

Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre 

8 Nov To 17 Jan
Galerie Polka
12, rue Saint-Gilles
75003 paris

Bruce Wrighton

Courtesy Bruce Wrighton Estate and Laurence Miller Gallery

Max Baur

Courtesy Klaus Kleinschmidt Gallery

Meeri Koutaniemi: Inner Sight

Until 31 December
Institut finlandais
60, rue des Écoles
75005 Paris

Roman Vishniac:
Berlin and New York 1920-1975

Until 25 January, 2015
Musee d’Art et d’Histoire du Judaïsme Paris

The Missing One: 
A photographic installation by Bruno Rosier 

"It’s 1929 and Jean is twenty. He lives in Paris, in rue Clairault, and works for a stock exhange company in the rue Grange Batelière. On 11 December he meets Rose, at Saint Lazare metro station and the love story begins..." 

Courtesy: Lumiere des Roses   

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