Exhibitions at SAGE Paris
This exhibition of Guido Guidi's works ranging from the 60's to the present is a statement, a statement of admiration of Guido Guidi's fabulous vision of what is photography.
In an interview with Prof. Antonello Frongia (APERTURE 220, p.51), Guido Guidi claims that he "was interested in evrything: the portrait of a person, of a house of a wall (...). Nothing was unimportant ; everything was worthy of attention."
The man who was trained as an architect and a painter… more
"In the Sixties, I started to think that photography, conceived as one of art’s means of writing, could be freed from the theoretical limits set up by the cultural industry and leave behind the technical constraints linked to printed paper.
The most fascinating research on the image conducted from the last century to the present is not solely due to the innovating specificities of the great photographers but also and particularly to the mix of artistic languages and new processes … more
What connects the lascivious intimacy in the pictures made during the 1940’s by Carlo Mollino, baroque genius and free spirit, and the modern amazons glorified by Helmut Newton in their provocative eroticism during the 1980’s? The woman, muse in all the splendour of the naked body she offers to the world. Through eighteen vintage prints, SAGE Paris proposes a quick history of nude and of its evolution, from confidential images made in the 1940’s Italy, to cold stylized shots… more
The work of PAOLO GIOLI is very innovative: a brilliant artist, he is continuously developing new protocols in order to create truly original images.
PAOLO GIOLI is an explorer, an experimenter searching for new means that will help him to create images that always surprise. Thus the series of 16 antique statues from the Vatican Museum presented here that explore the limits of colour photography: instead of photosensitive paper, GIOLI has used, for the shoot, a plate smeared with a phosphore… more
ANDY WARHOLBLACK ON WHITEMARCH 15 - APRIL 21, 2012During the Sixties, Andy Warhol made a rare documentation of subjects in time with his photobooth portraits ; These photobooth strips, no matter how much they are readymades, mark the first instance of Warhol making multiples using a strictly photographic medium, that is, the gelatin silver print.From 1982 to 1987, Andy Warhol made 503 works composed of black-and-white photographic prints stitched together with thread. These works are indebted to… more