Photo Saint Germain 2021 TEST

3 under 30

Daniel Blau is pleased to show the three winners of 3 Under 30, the gallery’s competition for young photographers, at Galerie Meyer in Paris.

 

Galerie Meyer
17, rue des Beaux Arts
75006 Paris

 

VIP Opening:
Thursday, January 7, 2021
11 am – 7pm
 
Public Exhibition:
January 7 – 23, 2021 !! extended until January 30th, 2021 !!
 
Opening Hours:
Tuesday to Friday
2.30 pm – 6 pm
 
Saturday
11 am – 1 pm,
2.30 pm – 7 pm
 
 
Please Respect the Health Precautions and Social Distancing
Galerie Meyer reserves the right to limit the occupancy in accordance with Government Health Regulations

 
 

BELLA FIGURA

September 4, 2018 — October 5, 2018

 

Exhibition:
sept 4 – oct 5, 2018
11am – 6pm mon-fri

 

Maximilianstraße 26, 80539 München

 

 

 

1937 JAPAN ATTACKS CHINA!
1937 – Japan Attacks China! is the second volume in a series that explores historical events that have often been overlooked and untold through the medium of photography. The first volume, Misled: German Youth 1933-1945, examines and investigates the role of the German youth during the Nazi regime from 1933-1945. Daniel Blau is proud to present to the public 1937 – Japan Attacks China!, and for the first time in 80 years 146 recently discovered photographs of this horrific conflict.

 

Details: Photographs by Rudolph Brandt and Joy Lacks

 

Hardcover, 222 pages, 146 illustrations, 25,4 x 17,8 cm
Edited by Daniel Blau.
Texts by Pearl Lam, Dr. Tilman Spengler, Ryan Adams and Daniel Blau.

 

ISBN: 978-3-00-059776-3

 

 

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1937 japan attacks China!

1937 JAPAN ATTACKS CHINA!

July 5, 2018 — July 31, 2018

 

1937 – Japan Attacks China! is the second volume in a series that explores historical events that have often been overlooked and untold through the medium of photography. The first volume, Misled: German Youth 1933-1945, examines and investigates the role of the German youth during the Nazi regime from 1933-1945. Daniel Blau is proud to present to the public 1937 – Japan Attacks China!, and for the first time in 80 years 146 recently discovered photographs of this horrific conflict.

 

Details: Photographs by Rudolph Brandt and Joy Lacks

 

hardcover, 222 pages, 146 illustration, 25,4 x 17,8 cm
Edited by Daniel Blau.
Texts by Pearl Lam, Dr. Tilman Spengler, Ryan Adams and Daniel Blau.

 

Get your copy here

 

Exhibition:
july 5 – july 31, 2018
11am – 6pm mon-fri

 

Maximilianstraße 26, 80539 München

 

The New Yorker | Weegee the Famous, the Voyeur and Exhibitionist
Weegee, But Their Faces Show Their Fear, December 15, 1939, silver gelatin print on glossy fibre paper, printed by December 19, 1939, © Weegee / International Center of Photography, Courtesy: Daniel Blau
Christa Dichgans – Ausstellung

CHRISTA DICHGANS

KEIN STILLLEBEN

26. Januar bis 8. April 2018

 

 

kestnergesellschaft
Goseriede 11 | 30159 Hannover

 

öffnungszeiten
Täglich und an Feiertagen 11-18 Uhr
Donnerstag 11-20 Uhr
Montag geschlossen

 

eintritt
Regulär 7 Euro | Ermäßigt 5 Euro
Mitglieder und ADKV frei
»PSD Bank FreiTag« 0 Euro

 

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NEW ONLINE SHOP

Special sale this month: Some vintage photographs by Arthur B. Rickerby from the 1950/60’s in sale from 12.12.2017 – 12.01.2018.

 

Please note delivery is not possible between 23.12.17 and 07.01.2018

 

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vintage photograph by Arthur Rickerby showing people sitting at a bar

Paris Photo 2017

 

November 8, 2017 — November 12, 2017

Grand Palais

 

At Paris Photo 2017 we are pleased to present two exhibitions on the subject of Photojournalism.

 

Augenblicke (In Just That Moment) shows iconic pictures of some of the decisive moments in 20th century history. Some of our highlights are:

 

1910,  Aug. 9:  William Warnecke took what is the first widely published snap‑shot news photo when he witnessed the assassination attempt on Mayor Gaynor.
1924, May 19:  AT&T sent the first “wire photo” by telephone from Cleveland to New York “in five minutes!”. This print was possibly processed by Weegee.
1928, Jan. 12:  The infamous photo taken with a hidden camera by Tom Howard of Ruth Snyder’s execution at Sing Sing Prison.
1929, Feb.14:  A print of the gruesome picture of Chicago’s bloody “St. Valentine’s Day Massacre”.
1931, Oct. 14:  Al Capone is winking at the photographer as he leaves court carrying law books after the first day of his defense. Three days later he is convicted and imprisoned.
1934, Jan. 30:  “Bad Man (John) Dillinger” is photographed smiling at Crown Point Jail, arm in arm with Attorney Robert Estill and mimicking a pistol with his hand on his shoulder. Soon after, he escaped from prison using a mock gun carved from a potato.

 

The second exhibition coincides with the book launch of 1937 Japan Attacks China.

 
In this show we are pleased to present to the public for the first time, the discovery of photographs taken during the first months of the Second Sino-Japanese war, and the identification of the photos to the photographers Rudolph Brandt and Joy Lacks.

 

1937 Japan Attacks China discusses how history is based on many subjective chronicles, how memory is simply an interpretation of occurrences. Many of the stories of the Second Sino‑Japanese War have either been lost or remain untold. The photographs in this book document the Battle of Shanghai by two photographers, Rudolph Brandt and Joy Lacks. Both fearless in their own right, Brandt and Lacks covered the Battle of Shanghai which left an estimated 250,000 Chinese civilians dead until the end of 1937.

 

1937 Japan Attacks China, is our most recent volume in a series of books exploring different themes in photojournalism.

 

We will show a selection of vintage prints and launch this historically important book at the fair. Further included in this year’s exhibition is a group of rare vintage dye transfer and other color process prints from the 1950s of American nuclear tests and oversized prints from NASA space missions. Especially noteworthy is a group of 1950s colour images. The Specific 1950s colour schemes give those pictures their somewhat nostaligic and “vintage” appearance – so desirable in todays digital age.

 

All mentioned photographs are vintage prints and will be presented to the public for the first time at Paris Photo 2017.

 

ACME Newspictures, Bad Man (John) Dillinger Calms Down at Crown Point Indiana Jail, January 30, 1934, silver gelatin print on glossy fibre paper, printed by February 8, 1934, 16,8 (17,7) x 22,0 (22,8) cm, ©Daniel Blau, Munich

Tomas Schmit – Utopie

October 26, 2017 — November 23, 2017

 

EXTRA! WEEGEE
See press coverage below:

 

 

Zeit Online Magazin

 

Weegee – Der Mann für die Extra Ausgabe

 Extra! Weegee