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A borlette office. Camp Perrin, 2013 © Paolo Woods / Institute

Paolo Woods: State

20.09.2013 - 05.01.2014

In November 2010, Paolo Woods settled in Les Cayes, a city in the south of Haiti. STATE is an exhibition that recounts this islander experience. With an ambition that is both poetic and journalistic, it draws from the universal...More

Sebastião Salgado, Participant au singsing de Mount Hagen, Province des Hautes-Terres occidentales. Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée, 2008 © Sebastião Salgado / Amazonas Images

Sebastião Salgado, Genesis

20.09.2013 - 05.01.2014

Genesis is a global photographic quest in which the Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado rediscovers places and peoples that have so far escaped the footprint of modern society. Since 2004, he has undertaken some 30 journeys...More

From the serie In Jesus’ Name, 2012 © Christian Lutz

Christian Lutz, Trilogy

05.06.2013 - 01.09.2013

New York, 2003, spectacular security frenzy around the President of the Swiss Confederation Pascal Couchepin – a striking image to the eye of the photographer present at the scene. Christian Lutz thus invited himself in the...More

Jean Cocteau, 1939 Private collection, Paris © Laure Albin Guillot / Roger-Viollet

Laure Albin Guillot (1879–1962), The Question of Classicism

05.06.2013 - 01.09.2013

Laure Albin Guillot, a “resounding name that should become famous”, one could read just after World War II. Indeed, the French photographic scene in the middle of the century was particularly marked by the signature and aura of...More

Gilles Caron, Battle of Dak To, Vietnam, November-December, 1967 © Fondation Gilles Caron

Gilles Caron, The Conflict Within

30.01.2013 - 12.05.2013

Gilles Caron embodies the ideal of the heroic reporter. Whilst proclaiming the presence of a developing crisis within his profession, the side effects on a human scale of his heroic engagements are clearly expressed though his...More

From the series « Underground Gallery Exhibition », 1966 Courtesy of the Artist, Musée de l’Elysée

Nothin’ but Working Phill Niblock, a Retrospective

30.01.2013 - 12.05.2013

Born in 1933, Phill Niblock has produced, over more than fifty years, a multidisciplinary work. His “Intermedia Art” features a combination of minimalist music, conceptual art, structural cinema, systematic or even political art,...More

Dorothea Lange, Migratory Cotton Picker, Eloy, Arizona, 1940 © Library of Congress. Courtesy of Howard Greenberg Collection

Howard Greenberg, Collection

21.09.2012 - 06.01.2013

Howard Greenberg has been a gallery owner for thirty years now and is considered today one of the pillars of the New York photography scene. While his role as a dealer is well established, less is known about his passion for...More

Still Photography, Freaks, 1932. Courtesy of Praloran Collection, Zurich

Freaks, The Monstrous Parade

21.09.2012 - 06.01.2013

American director Tod Browning (1880-1962) has a particular attraction for the uncanny. Freaks, his cult movie shot in 1932, is inspired by a short story written by Clarence Aaron "Tod" Robbins. Set in a circus, the...More

Industrial Document, 1978. Courtesy of Luciano Rigolini. Collection Musée de l’Elysée, Lausanne

Luciano Rigolini, Concept Car

21.09.2012 - 06.01.2013

Born in Ticino in 1950, the artist Luciano Rigolini’s interest for vernacular photography questions this particular mode of representation of the real. He carefully collects neutral images of objects or urban furniture, removed...More

Pieter Hugo, Obechukwu Nwoye, Enugu. From the series Nollywood, 2008-2009 © Courtesy of Stevenson Gallery, Kaapstad / Yossi Milo, New York

Pieter Hugo, This Must Be The Place, Selected Works 2002-2011

08.06.2012 - 02.09.2012

This exhibition will be the first major monographic show of South-African photographer Pieter Hugo, born in 1976. In addition to a large number of unrealesed works, the exhibition will also feature very well known series such as...More

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