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Egypt unveils colourful Fifth Dynasty tomb

Mohamed Mujahid (L), head of the Egyptian mission which discovered the tomb of the ancient Egyptian nobleman "Khewi" dating back to the 5th dynasty (2494–2345 BC), inspects the tomb's walls inside at the Saqqara necropolis, about 35 kilometres south of the capital Cairo on April 13, 2019. Mohamed el-Shahed / AFP.

CAIRO (AFP).- In a major archaeological discovery, Egypt on Saturday unveiled the tomb of a Fifth Dynasty official adorned with colourful reliefs and well preserved inscriptions. The tomb, near Saqqara, a vast necropolis south of Cairo, belongs to a senior official named Khuwy who is believed to have been a nobleman during the Fifth Dynasty, which ruled over Egypt about 4300 years ago. "The L-shaped Khuwy tomb starts with a small corridor heading downwards into an antechamber and from there a larger chamber with painted reliefs depicting the tomb owner seated at an offerings table," said Mohamed Megahed, the excavation team's head, in an antiquities ministry statement. Flanked by dozens of ambassadors, Antiquities Minister Khaled al-Enani said the tomb was discovered last month. It is mostly made of white limestone bricks. Ornate paintings boast a special green resin throughout and oils used in the burial process, the ministry said. ... More

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Tampa Museum of Art celebrates Abstract Expressionism with two new exhibitions   The Hall Art Foundation opens a survey exhibition of works by Keith Sonnier   Guggenheim Bilbao opens a survey exhibition of the great 20th-century Italian painter Giorgio Morandi


Willem de Kooning (American, b. the Netherlands 1904–1997), Woman II, 1961. Oil on paper mounted on canvas. 29 x 22 1/2 inches. The Haskell Collection. © 2018 The Willem de Kooning Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

TAMPA, FLA.- Abstract Expressionism: A Social Revolution, Selections from the Haskell Collection presents twenty-five works from the Haskell Collection indicative of Abstract Expressionism as a unifying direction in Post-World War II art. The exhibition highlights artists associated with the influential first and second generations of Abstract Expressionist painters including Willem de Kooning, Hans Hofmann, Helen Frankenthaler, Franz Kline, Morris Louis, Joan Mitchell, Robert Motherwell, Kenneth Noland, Mark Rothko, and Theodoros Stamos. Later works by Gerhard Richter, Jack Goldstein, Robert Rauschenberg, and Frank Stella respond or reflect on the lasting legacy of Abstract Expressionism in both the US and abroad. Viewed together, the works in Abstract Expressionism: A Social Revolution address how individual artistic expression ... More
 

Keith Sonnier, Lit Circle Blue with Etched Glass (Lit Circles Series), 1968. Neon, glass, wire/transformer, 58 x 61 x 25 inches (147 x 155 x 64 cm). Hall Collection. Courtesy Hall Art Foundation © Keith Sonnier.

HOLLE .- The Hall Art Foundation announced an exhibition by American artist Keith Sonnier being held at its Schloss Derneburg location. Organized in collaboration with the artist, this survey brings together over a dozen neon works from 1968 – 2011. The use of neon has become a defining element in Sonnier’s sculpture, forming a signature and important body of work. A rare early floor sculpture from 1967 that has not been publicly exhibited in over thirty years will also be featured. Beginning in the late 1960s, Sonnier radically called into question the traditional concept of sculpture by incorporating unconventional and industrial materials in his work. For example, Untitled (1967) consists of a long wooden box with a satin-covered top that lies under a large piece of cheesecloth. Sonnier’s “non-art” materials also included neon light, ... More
 

Giorgio Morandi, Flowers (Fiori), 1950. Oil on canvas, 35 x 26.5 cm. Fondation Mattioli Rossi, Switzerland © Giorgio Morandi, VEGAP, Bilbao, 2019.

BILBAO.- The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao presents A Backward Glance: Giorgio Morandi and the Old Masters . This survey of a great 20th-century Italian painter explores the relationships between his still lifes and some of his main art historical sources. This exhibition brings together, for the first time, an extensive selection of Morandi’s exceptional paintings and works by the Old Masters who impacted his artistic practice, which spanned over four decades, from post-World War I to the early 1960s. “I felt that only an understanding of the most vital works that painting had produced through the past centuries could guide me in finding my own way.” Giorgio Morandi
Morandi was an insightful student of art history who had multiple referents in mind when developing his artistic practice. The exhibition explores historical influences, all of which precede the 19th century, from three different European countries: 17th-ce ... More


Scaffolding or modern art? Jury out on new Paris fountains   Burt Reynolds auction heads to Julien's Auctions   Exhibition investigates image and data circulation as a ubiquitous hallmark of contemporary culture


The fountains, which resemble a rocket taking off, were inaugurated on March 21 by Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo AFP/File.

PARIS (AFP).- Expensive decorative scaffolding, or a welcome addition to the French capital's most famous avenue? New designer fountains on the Champs-Elysees have reopened a debate in Paris about how to add modern twists to the city's beloved classic architecture. Located at a roundabout around halfway between Tuileries Garden and the Arc de Triomphe, the fountains were inaugurated by Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo on March 21, and have divided opinion in the City of Light. "When you're close up, it's original, but when you go down the Champs-Elysees and you look at them all together, you might think that it's a bunch of scaffolding that's been put up and needs to come down at some point," one long-time resident grumbled to AFP as she walked past. The six shiny fountains, which rotate to mimic the swirling traffic at the busy intersection, resemble oversized pencils jutting into the air. Each fountain is comprised of a four-storey-high, bronze-alloy ... More
 

A pair of red leather cowboy boots applied with Seminole Arrow decoration and engraved sterling and 14k gold BR arrowhead marked "D.A. Harris." Estimate: $1,000-$2,000.

LOS ANGELES, CA.- Julien’s Auctions has announced its highly anticipated event Property from the Estate of Burt Reynolds to take place on Saturday, June 15 and Sunday, June 16, 2019 at The Standard Oil Building in Beverly Hills and live online at juliensauctions.com. This special two-day event offers some of the most iconic and personal items of Hollywood legend, Burt Reynolds, the Emmy and Golden Globe winning and Oscar nominated actor who was Hollywood's top-grossing star in the late 70’s-early 80’s. Born Burton Leon Reynolds on Feb. 11, 1936, in Lansing, Michigan, and raised in Florida's Palm Beach County, Reynolds first made a name for himself as a football star and earned an athletic scholarship to Florida State University. But his promising football career ended with injuries and Reynolds turned his sights to acting. After appearing in summer stock and plays, Reynolds moved to New York ... More
 

Siebren Versteeg, Free Inside, 2016. Algorithmically generated image printed on canvas with resin coating, 85 x 54 in / 215.9 x 137.2 cm.

LOS ANGELES, CA.- bitforms gallery opened their second Los Angeles exhibition at the ROW DTLA. Extract investigates image and data circulation as a ubiquitous hallmark of contemporary culture. Works by Petra Cortright, Theo Triantafyllidis, Siebren Versteeg, and Addie Wagenknecht instantiate information overflow through painterly gestures in an effort to translate software into a corporeal experience. Technology as a medium foregrounds this inquiry towards surface abstraction and performative mediation. Petra Cortright considers attributes of screen-based imagery as a phenomenological encounter. Her paintings thrive off of the dissonance of digital aesthetics situated in physical space. Exhibited works are printed on aluminum and gloss paper, yet do not abandon the authenticity of the screen. Cortright achieves this expression by layering flattened, figurative imagery. Artworks titles, such as www.galaxy.com_aba + personalservice_01.jpg (2018) ... More


Almine Rech opens an exhibition of works by Chloe Wise   Paula Cooper Gallery opens a one-person exhibition of work by Walid Raad   Exhibition is the first for over a decade in Spain devoted to artist Christian Marclay


Chloe Wise, Which lake do I prefer, 2018. Oil on linen, 182,9 x 152,4 cm | 72 x 60 inches / Courtesy the Artist and Almine Rech. Photo: Logan Jackson.

LONDON.- In Not That We Don’t, Wise continues her exploration into portraiture, landing on the unspoken dynamics that maintain the individual’s participation amongst the group, allowing for their seemingly fluid existence in society. Placed within a space of ambiguity, Wise’s subjects flirt with legibility; their gathering suggesting a familiar event such as a party, theatrical production, or a yearbook photo, only to deny the grounds for any such staged communion. The new suite of paintings examine the vital and voluntary social rituals permitting collective harmony. Populated portraits are composed in rainbow hues, cheekily calling to mind the aesthetics of performed inclusivity that colored Benetton ads and scholastic material of the artist’s childhood. A recurrent cast of sitters appears and disappears in dynamic poses, across multiple canvases and compositions. Within the confines of these paintings, ... More
 

Walid Raad, Appendix 137, 2018 (detail). Archival inkjet print mounted on Sintra. 11 prints, each: 34 5/8 x 29 1/4 in. (87.9 x 74.3 cm) frame, each: 35 1/2 x 30 1/4 x 1 3/4 in. (90.2 x 76.8 x 4.4 cm) © Walid Raad. Courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery, New York.

NEW YORK, NY.- A one-person exhibition of work by Walid Raad opened at Paula Cooper Gallery on April 13th, 2019. The presentation includes a number of recent photographic, video and print works from the artist’s ongoing project titled Sweet Talk—a set of self-assigned documentary commissions that study the city of Beirut. The exhibition will be on view through May 18th, 2019 at 521 West 21st Street. Capturing a composite truth that stretches beyond historical fact, the works on view explore Beirut’s constant physical transformation during the protracted wars. In the early 1990s, Beirut’s ravaged downtown embarked on vast reconstruction, launching the largest urban redevelopment project of the city’s history with the establishment of the Beirut Central District. Examining the persistent effects of the war, as well as the ... More
 

Actions: Plish, Plip! Plap!!! Plop...(No. 2), 2013. Fundación Helga de Alvear, Madrid/Cáceres, España.

BARCELONA.- This exhibition is the first for over a decade in Spain devoted to the Swiss-American artist Christian Marclay (b. 1955), who currently lives and works in London, and includes a selection focusing on his sonic compositions, from graphic scores to video installations. Marclay has consistently focused on the relationship between sound and vision, exploring the ways that sound can be manifested visually. As the artist himself said, ‘music runs through almost everything I do’. This exhibition examines Marclay’s work through his engagement with composition, understood as the ordering of sounds in time and space. Each piece shown will reveal the ways in which Marclay approaches the creation of a composition, and how this relates to other aspects of his work such as his deployment of the techniques of appropriation and montage, together with his engagement in performance and his tendency towards inviting participation and collaboration. While Marclay ... More



First museum exhibition of its kind explores California's LGBTQ+ history and culture   Gladstone Gallery opens its first exhibition with Argentine-Swiss artist Vivian Suter   Two-person exhibition featuring the work of David Hendren and Sami Korkiakoski opens at Lowell Ryan Projects


Julio Salgado, ​Give Me All Your Reds, 2017. Digital prints, 16" x 16". Courtesy of the artist.

OAKLAND, CA.- the Oakland Museum of California is presenting a major exhibition combining art and history to tell the untold and under-recognized stories of California’s LGBTQ+ communities. Going beyond mainstream narratives, Queer California: Untold Stories is the first museum exhibition of its kind to deepen and expand our understanding of this history through a multifaceted and interactive experience, providing the opportunity for museum visitors and members of the LGBTQ+ community to add their voices and stories to the conversation. “At this very tumultuous time in our country, many marginalized communities feel that threats to their basic rights are on the rise. This exhibition is needed now more than ever not only to share messages of hope and change, but also provide a deeper understanding of the complex history and important lesser-known stories of LGBTQ+ communities in California,” said Christina Linden, Exhibition Curator. ... More
 

Vivian Suter, Untitled, Undated. Mixed media on canvas, 93 x 71 inches (236.2 x 180.3 cm) © Vivian Suter. Courtesy the artist and Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels.

NEW YORK, NY.- Gladstone Gallery is presenting its first exhibition with Argentine-Swiss artist Vivian Suter. Comprised exclusively of mixed media paintings, this show furthers Suter’s singular style of installation, in which canvases flood the gallery space, creating an enveloping mise-en-scène of visual characters that intermingle, juxtapose, and cavort with one another. Composed individually, the works on view – through their unique display – inevitably become an interconnected painterly biome, openly inviting gallery-goers into the artist’s cosmos. A testament to Suter’s decades-long career, these paintings run the canonical gamut, from Abstract Expressionist to Color Field to Art Informel. However, eschewing any artistic predecessors, Suter draws her inspiration directly from her natural surroundings, most deeply the Guatemalan rainforest where the artist has ... More
 

David Hendren, Veiled Figure, 2018 (detail), Oil and wax on carved Douglas Fir, sewn fabric, enamel on aluminum, enamel on copper, dyed cotton string, 59 h x 18 w x 11 d in.

LOS ANGELES, CA.- Lowell Ryan Projects is presenting The Fourth Wall, a two-person exhibition featuring the work of David Hendren and Sami Korkiakoski. The show is named for the performance convention that imagines a wall––or, more aptly, a one-way mirror––separating actor from audience, where the former stays absorbed in its fiction, seemingly unaware of the very existence (let alone gaze) of the latter. An interesting power dynamic results: the object of the gaze maintains the power to interrupt it, to break the imagined distance between actor and audience and, by doing so, to renew that well-turned Shakespearean verse. Much like that of a stage designer, Los Angeles based artist David Hendren’s multisensory approach to artmaking takes into account the space, body, form, color, light, sound, movement, and tone of each sculpture. In this way, every work ... More



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New York-based artist Wendy White opens exhibition at Shulamit Nazarian
LOS ANGELES, CA.- Shulamit Nazarian announced representation of New York-based artist Wendy White. The artist’s first solo exhibition in Los Angeles, Racetrack Playa, features new paintings, sculptures, pigment prints, and a site-specific installation. The exhibition takes its name from a three-mile dry lakebed in Death Valley National Park where sliding rocks or “sailing stones” have inscribed mysterious linear imprints on the landscape. Using this scarred landscape as a metaphor for our current times, the works in Racetrack Playa explore power, entitlement, and imperialism via the aesthetics and evolution of American car culture. The paintings and sculptures of New York-based Wendy White reference iconic branding against a spectrum of color. White’s work evokes an acute sense of nostalgia; luminous hues conjure bright, sun-drenched surf and skate ... More

Declaration signers will headline University Archives' May 15th online auction
WESPORT, CONN.- Anyone looking to start, add to or complete their collection of signers of the Declaration of Independence will have that opportunity in University Archives’ next online-only auction, set for Wednesday, May 15th, starting at 10:30 am Eastern time. All but one of the Declaration’s 56 signers will be offered as individual lots – not as a set – many for the first time. “Rarely do you see a nearly complete set of Declaration signers come up for bid, especially as single lots,” said John Reznikoff, president of University Archives. “Some of these signatures have been off the market for a hundred years. This is a rare opportunity for collectors to own a piece of American history, or more than one piece if they’re filling in spaces in their collections.” Mr. Reznikoff is no stranger to Declaration signers. Twice before he’s sold several complete once for well ... More

Gemeentemuseum Den Haag invites artists to choose works from the collection for exhibition
THE HAGUE.- From 13 April the top floor of the museum has been given over not to our curators but to seven artists -– Philip Akkerman, Tjebbe Beekman, Berlinde de Bruyckere, Marcel van Eeden, Erik Kessels, Jan Taminiau and Jennifer Tee – in an exhibition that showcases the breadth of the collection, in the runup to the museum’s change of name to Kunstmuseum Den Haag this autumn. The artists have chosen their favourite works for Top Floor. Some show their own work, some work by others, and some a combination of the two. From paintings to fashion and from sculpture to exciting interventions: this promises to be a show full of variety and surprises. Entering the galleries curated by Philip Akkerman (b. 1957) is like stepping into a time machine. His contribution to the exhibition evoke a slightly disorganised interior from 1913, in which a host ... More

57th Philadelphia Antiques and Art Show to expand fine art offerings
PHILADELPHIA, PA.- Anticipation is building for the 57th Philadelphia Antiques and Art Show, which will be held from Friday, April 26, through Sunday, April 28, 2019, at The Navy Yard, with a Preview Party on Thursday, April 25, and a jazz night on Saturday, April 27. With over 60 dealers participating from across the United States, a full schedule of special programs is planned, including social events, lectures, panel discussions and tours. Tickets are now on sale, with proceeds from the show benefiting the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s educational programs. Anne Hamilton, the 2019 Honorary Chair of the Philadelphia Antiques and Art Show, said: “This year’s show will highlight a wide variety of furniture, paintings, jewelry, silver, textiles, porcelain, and more—from the period of the early colonial period to the present day. Dealers and collectors as well ... More

Swissness Applied: Traveling exhibition opens in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE, WIS.- Swissness Applied is a traveling exhibition by Swiss-born architect Nicole McIntosh, co-founder of Architecture Office. The inaugural exhibition is taking place at SARUP Gallery at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Architecture & Urban Planning from April 12 - May 3, 2019, and will then travel to Kunsthaus Glarus, Switzerland from September 20 - November 21th, 2019. Consisting of both documentation and original architectural explorations, Swissness Applied is part of a larger research project that focuses on the transformation of European immigrant towns in the United States, all of whom share the common aspiration of preserving and perpetuating the architecture of their cultural heritage. The project contributes to the ongoing discussion on the role of imagery and cultural appropriation in architecture, urban design and planning. ... More

MoMA PS1 premieres new series by Titus Kaphar and Reginald Dwayne Betts focused on bail reform
LONG ISLAND CITY, NY.- MoMA PS1 presents the first public installation of The Redaction, a collaboration between visual artist and filmmaker Titus Kaphar (b.1976, Kalamazoo, MI) and memoirist, poet and attorney Reginald Dwayne Betts (b. 1980, Suitland, MD). On view from March 31 through May 5, 2019, Redaction: A Project by Titus Kaphar and Reginald Dwayne Betts centers on a presentation of more than 30 new prints and a series of public programs that examine the issue of money bail, the condition of the state and federal court system by which those arrested, but unable to afford bail, remain incarcerated even though they have been neither tried nor convicted. Drawing inspiration and source material from lawsuits filed by the Civil Rights Corps on behalf of people incarcerated because of an inability to pay court fines and fees, The Redaction ... More

Wembley Park to host world-famous, Colourscape
LONDON.- To celebrate May Bank Holiday on 4th- 6th May, as part of its cultural and community programming, Wembley Park - the world-famous location, fast becoming the North West London’s live, work and play hotspot - will host Colourscape the immersive weekend of music, dance and colour for all the family. Colourscape, the labyrinth of colour and light (free entrance) will be situated on Wembley Park Boulevard (next to the London Designer Outlet) between 11am - 4:30pm. Originally created by artist Peter Jones in the early 70s, Colourscape is a huge walk-in structure of many interlinked chambers. Step into this psychedelic maze of light and explore for a while to discover a large Silver Dome and live musicians playing instruments from Tibet, China and Mongolia while dancers lead you on a journey of colour. Eye Music Trust is bringing Colourscape to Wembley ... More

Exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Photography features work by Dawoud Bey
CHICAGO, IL.- The Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College Chicago is presenting Birmingham, Alabama, 1963: Dawoud Bey/Black Star from April 11 – July 7, 2019, featuring work from photographer and recent MacArthur genius grant fellow Dawoud Bey (American, born 1953), who is also a professor of photography at Columbia College Chicago. His work has been collected by the MoCP since 1993, with over 60 pieces by Bey in the museum’s permanent holdings. This is his second solo exhibition at the museum. Birmingham, Alabama, 1963: Dawoud Bey/Black Star responds to the September 15, 1963 bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama—an event that resulted in six deaths of black children by white supremacists. Organized by Dr. Gaëlle Morel, Exhibitions Curator at the Ryerson ... More

Solo project by LA based artist Michael Queenland on view at Maureen Paley
LONDON.- Maureen Paley is presenting a solo project by LA based artist Michael Queenland. The work for the exhibition began in Rome, Italy in 2016. Traversing the city by foot, Michael Queenland began making a visual, material, and temporal record of Rome composed of discarded objects that he came across on the street while running errands or on his way to specific sites over the course of one year. As things were collected and brought back to his studio, both sides of the found objects were digitally scanned and the images were organised into general categories. From these 2500 scanned images made over a period of a year, the artist selected items from various groupings and printed the images onto ceramic tiles, later composing 25 individual tile panels based on visual, narrative, or thematic similarities. A selection of three of the twenty five panels are ... More

Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel appointed chief curator for 2nd edition of RIBOCA
RIGA.- Agniya Mirgorodskaya announced the appointment of Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel as chief curator for the second edition of the Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art, RIBOCA2, which will run from 16 May 2020 – 11 October 2020 in Riga, Latvia. Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel was formerly curator at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. She curated the most recent show by Tomás Saraceno, ON AIR, the most attended exhibition in their history. She has regularly collaborated with institutions and biennials including the Château de Versailles, the 11th Bamako Biennale, the Stedelijk Museum and the 12th Biennale de Lyon among many others. Following the first edition in 2018, RIBOCA2 will retain its strong European focus and regional profile, taking the rich history of the Baltic States as its foundation, by highlighting artists from the wider region, ... More

Three great British cars top H&H Classics Buxton auction
LONDON.- BREXIT was put on the back burner in Buxton’s Pavilion Gardens on April 10 as bidders attending the H&H Classics auction there, focussed instead on the great collection of classic cars for sale. Such was the level of enthusiastic bidding in the room, on the phone and the internet that a sale total nudging £1m was achieved with a solid 76% of all cars sold on the day. The three stand-out cars were all examples of the best of British motoring spanning three decades – a 1963 Jaguar E-Type 3.8 Roadster estimated to sell for £50,000 to £60,000 made £121,325; a 1935 AC 16/66 Drophead Coupe estimated to sell for £30,000 to £35,000 made £41,400 and the low mileage 1963 Austin Mini 850 Super De Luxe that had first been owned by a Scottish midwife made £14,375 Achingly beautiful yet viciously quick, the E-Type remains for many the ultimate ... More

The 10 Best Art Schools in the World
Art schools are a little bit different to regular schools because we can judge their merits based not on exam results but on the quality of the talent that we see coming out of them. Creativity is subjective, and in this case that’s a good thing. It means that we can each pick out the best school for us based on how much we like the work that their alumni are creating. Still, certain art schools have better reputations than others, and so it’s worth spending a little time getting to know which ones typically end up at the top of the lists. And so with that in mind, we’ve done the research for you and got to know which art schools are the highest rated, not just in the United States but across the globe. Let’s get started. The 10 Best Art Schools in the World ... More

American Museums Every Student Should Visit
If you are planning your trip to America or if you are lucky to study there, the first thing in your to-do-list should be visits to as many top museums in America as possible. Stop spending your time only on essays term papers, just order essay writing or find essays online and start your adventurous journey to the famous museum in the US. Cities of all states have a rich heritage. Practically in every city, and even the smallest town, there is something that makes its people shine with pride: a memorial, an ancient dinosaur bone, a rubbed baseball, which was once touched by a favorite of the public, or some decorations and household items of Indians. Here is our short guide to the best museums in the USA. ... More

Award Plaques for Someone who Deserves Special Care
Life has become so busy that we have got very limited time for the ones who perhaps deserve the best of our life’s time. If we can’t give them full time that they deserve, we can make them feel special by awarding something worth remember and cherish afterward forever. In the digital era, lots of websites have especially been designed and develop to help you celebrate such beautiful moments of your life by choosing some of the best, classic and beautiful plaques. They are composed of some of the best available raw stuff available in the market keeping in mind the eco-friendly principle in one hand, the special place and value your beloved ones, the receiver of the plaques, have on the other. There could be a plethora of reasons that explain our motives for certain movements. Our movements as such, are driven by certain motives behind them. Worshipping, for instance, could be classified as an effort to win heaven in the world hereafter and could be regarded as a religious motive as its ... More




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On a day like today, French photographer Robert Doisneau was born
April 14, 1912. Robert Doisneau (14 April 1912 - 1 April 1994) was a French photographer. In the 1930s he made photographs on the streets of Paris. He was a champion of humanist photography and with Henri Cartier-Bresson a pioneer of photojournalism. In this image: French photographer Robert Doisneau photographed by Bracha L. Ettinger in his studio in Montrouge, 1992. Photo © Bracha L. Ettinger.



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