Another amazing show put together by the wonderful team at Paris Photo. Plenty of new photography and images by Bill Brandt at Michael Hoppen, Edwynn Houk and Howard Greenberg galleries. Needs more than a couple of hours to take it all in.
Friends with photography’s greats: Bill Brandt, Andre Kértész, Brassaï, Dorothy Bohm, a founder of the Photographger's Gallery in London, is a 91-year-old photographer who has seen it all. Here is her amazing story in an interview with The Independent.
Sir John Leighton has picked 100 masterpieces from the National Galleries of Scotland (NGS), which includes medieval religious work, treasures of the Renaissance, a series of Scottish artists, and contemporary art by Douglas Gordon, Ron Mueck, Martin Creed and Alison Watt. We are proud to say that Bill Brandt's Loch Slapin, Skye, 1947 also made the list.
Photos by Bill Brandt at The Tate
The Tate Britain has released details on the first large-scale London exhibition of Barbara Hepworth’s artwork since 1968. “Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World” will open in October and feature over 70 works, including her most recognizable abstract carvings and bronze sculptures, previously unseen photos from the Hepworth archive, and experimental photograms created by Hepworth. The show will travel to the Kroller-Muller museum in Otterlo, the Netherlands, and the Arp Museum in Rolandseck, Germany in 2016.