Paris Photo returns to the French capital this week. Here, a guide to the book signings, film screenings, conversations, and exhibitions to see at the world’s largest international photography fair. Paris Photo runs from November 7 – 9, 2019 at the Grand Palais.
▼ Gina Pane and Penny Slinger
the powerful, feminist work
▼ Joel Sternfeld
Sternfeld’s photographs hone in on the drama and dark irony of everyday life in the United States.
Goldberg began Raised by Wolves in 1985, when he started following and photographing teenage runaways who lived on the streets of Los Angeles and San Francisco, telling their stories with compassion and candour. He would work on the project for the next decade, culminating in the 1995 book.
"Rear Windows" is an immersive and collaborative project conceived on site by the artist Li Qing and the curator as a specific storyboard, an in-depth exploration of the history and the space of Prada Rong Zhai, creating a connection between the past times and the current urban environment of Shanghai. The display is completed by a selection of recent paintings part of Find Differences series, video installations such as Neon News and paintings from the series Images of Mutual Undoing and Unity, that act like invitations to question our relationship to the moving world around us.
Italian Vogue’s annual Photo Vogue Festival takes place this month in Milan, encompassing exhibitions, talks and numerous other events which explore the “ethics and aesthetics” of contemporary photography.
CHAPTER 5 | CHARACTER
▲ Marqués de Riscal，2006
He is the representative figure of the deconstructive design concept, and is famous for twisting lines to shape the appearance of buildings.
Frank Gehry在首尔Louis Vuitton旧址上为这家时装公司设计了一座新的“宅邸”，以庆祝它与韩国文化的紧密联系。
On the site of a previously existing Louis Vuitton store in Seoul, Frank Gehry has designed a new ‘Maison’ for the fashion house that celebrates its strong relationship with Korean culture.
Gehry referenced the 18th-century-built Hwaseong Fortress, as well as the “swooping movements and white costumes” of the Dongnae Hakchum (Crane Dance) in order to pull in historical nods to Korea. Inside, floral art installations, lush plants and colorful furnishings frame Louis Vuitton’s ready-to-wear and accessory ranges, as well as select homeware pieces, including notable styles from the Objets Nomades collection.
CHAPTER 6 | VISUAL MERCHANDISING
Maurizio Galante and Tal landman create whimsical dreamscapes for Hermès Hong Kong stores
Designers Maurizio Galante and Tal Landman invite visitors into the hermès stores, with their colorful and mesmerizing window displays. inspired by the brand’s 2019 theme of ‘Hermès dream’, the designer duo created joyful, yet contemplative landscapes for the hong kong stores, turning mundane objects such as spoons and pencils into stunning installations.
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