Polka Galerie , Stand n° AM515

Twin Palms #27, Alabama's Here, 2016 - Matt Henry

Matt Henry Twin Palms #27, Alabama's Here, 2016
Pigment print on Archival paper
Signed, titled and numbered
20 x 30 inches
Edition of 6

Twin Palm #26, 2016 - Matt Henry

Matt Henry Twin Palm #26, 2016
Pigment print on Archival paper
Signed, dated and numbered
33 x 50 inches
Edition of 6 + 2APs

Twin Palms #19, Naked Pool Boy, 2016 - Matt Henry

Matt Henry Twin Palms #19, Naked Pool Boy, 2016
Pigment print on Archival paper
Signed, titled and numbered
20 x 30 inches
Edition of 6

Twin Palms #30, Alabama TV, 2016 - Matt Henry

Matt Henry Twin Palms #30, Alabama TV, 2016
Pigment print on Archival paper
Signed, titled and numbered
20 x 30 inches
Edition of 6

Antonia, Tuffeau and Bush, New York, 1962 - William Klein

William Klein Antonia, Tuffeau and Bush, New York, 1962
Chromogenic print
Signed, titled, dated and numbered
59 x 40 inches
Edition of 30

Antonia + Simone + Barber Shop, New York, Etats-Unis, 1961 - William Klein

William Klein Antonia + Simone + Barber Shop, New York, Etats-Unis, 1961
Chromogenic print
Signed, dated and numbered
63 x 80 inches
Edition of 3

Projector, Palace Theater, Bridgeport, CT, 2007 -  Yves Marchand &  Romain Meffre

Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre Projector, Palace Theater, Bridgeport, CT, 2007
Chromogenic print
Signed, titled, dated and numbered
47 x 37 inches
Edition of 9

Popcorn, Proctor's Theater, Newark, NJ, 2007 -  Yves Marchand &  Romain Meffre

Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre Popcorn, Proctor's Theater, Newark, NJ, 2007
Chromogenic print
Signed, titled, dated and numbered
47 x 37 inches
Edition of 9

Kenosha Theater, Kenosha, WI, Etats-Unis, 2009 -  Yves Marchand &  Romain Meffre

Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre Kenosha Theater, Kenosha, WI, Etats-Unis, 2009
Ultrachrome print
Signed, numbered and dated
59 x 75 inches
Edition of 6 + 2AP

Mezzanine, Uptown Theater, Chicago, USA, 2009 -  Yves Marchand &  Romain Meffre

Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre Mezzanine, Uptown Theater, Chicago, USA, 2009
Ultrachrome print
Signed, dated and numbered
59 x 75 inches
Edition of 6 + 2AP

Exhibiting Artists

  • Matt Henry  (+)

    Biography : Matt Henry (b. 1978) grew up in North Wales and is now based in Brighton, England. His practice focuses on the politics and culture of America during the 1960s and 1970s; a subject Henry researched in his BA Politics (Univ. of Nottingham) and MA Photography (Univ. of Brighton). The works take the form of fictional scenes staged across set- builds and dressed locations in the UK and USA. Henry’s work plays with fragments of American photography, cinema and literature to explore underlying ideological concerns. He has an interest in the counterculture and his first monograph, Short Stories, imagines the rise of progressive politics against a background of small town conservatism, as viewed through a utopian / dystopian lens. Matt Henry’s work has been exhibited in Europe, Asia and North America.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Matt Henry - Twin Palm #26, 2016 Twin Palm #26, 2016
    • Matt Henry - Twin Palms #19, Naked Pool Boy, 2016 Twin Palms #19, Naked Pool Boy, 2016
    • Matt Henry - Twin Palms #27, Alabama's Here, 2016 Twin Palms #27, Alabama's Here, 2016
    • Matt Henry - Twin Palms #30, Alabama TV, 2016 Twin Palms #30, Alabama TV, 2016

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  • William Klein  (+)

    Biography : William Klein was born in New York city in 1928. After graduating early from high school, he began studying sociology at the City College of New York. in 1946 he joined the U.S. Army and was stationed in Germany, where he won his first camera in a poker game. After relocating to Paris in 1948, he continued his studies at the sorbonne with the assistance of the G.i. Bill. At the time, his focus was abstract painting and sculpture, which he studied under Fernand Léger. Klein’s early career breaks came from two exhibitions in Milan, where he was discovered by the architect Angelo Mangiarotti. They began to collaborate when Mangiarotti asked Klein to recreate once of his abstract paintings on the rotating room dividers of a Milanese apartment—his first commissioned work. It was the experience of documenting these panels in motion that lead him to reconsider photography. in 1954, Alexander Liberman—then the art director of American vogue—asked to meet with Klein after seeing his kinetic sculptures in the paris group show, "Le salon des réalitiés nouvelles". Subsequently, Vogue published his photographs of Dutch barns, reminiscent of Mondrian, soon after their meeting. Thus began his foray into fashion photography, as well as his well-known photographic essays on various cities. Shooting for Vogue during a brief return to New York , Klein let loose on the city, taking fashion photography in a whole new direction. He captured the beautiful and the grotesque all within wide-angle and telephoto shots. Taking models down into the streets, his revolutionary techniques pioneered a new vision. Widely acknowledged as a signficant innovator in the history and design of the photo book, Klein published his first book "Life is Good and Good For You in New York" in 1956, and won the prix Nadar the following year. Capturing the rough and tumble of daily life, Klein’s brutally honest images caused a major sensation. Three more books were published, each with photographs fr

    Artist's Objects:

    • William Klein - Antonia + Simone + Barber Shop, New York, Etats-Unis, 1961 Antonia + Simone + Barber Shop, New York, Etats-Unis, 1961
    • William Klein - Antonia, Tuffeau and Bush, New York, 1962 Antonia, Tuffeau and Bush, New York, 1962

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  • Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre  (+)

    Biography : Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre are two young French photographers united, since 2002, by their shared passion for contemporary ruins. “During our visits to ruins, we always try to focus on remarkable buildings, whose architecture embody the psychology of an age and a system, and we observe the meta- morphosis of the process of decay”. When they started, each self-taught member of this duo carried their own 8x10 camera. By 2006, they had developed a shared vision and began using only one camera. On our booth, we show-case the artists’ 3 mains series – The Ruins of Detroit (2005-2009), Theaters (ongoing), and Industry (ongoing), which spans their entire practice.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Yves Marchand &  Romain Meffre - Kenosha Theater, Kenosha, WI, Etats-Unis, 2009 Kenosha Theater, Kenosha, WI, Etats-Unis, 2009
    •  Yves Marchand &  Romain Meffre - Mezzanine, Uptown Theater, Chicago, USA, 2009 Mezzanine, Uptown Theater, Chicago, USA, 2009
    •  Yves Marchand &  Romain Meffre - Popcorn, Proctor's Theater, Newark, NJ, 2007 Popcorn, Proctor's Theater, Newark, NJ, 2007
    •  Yves Marchand &  Romain Meffre - Projector, Palace Theater, Bridgeport, CT, 2007 Projector, Palace Theater, Bridgeport, CT, 2007

    Also exhibited by:

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Other Represented Artists

  • Jacob Aue Sobol

  • Nicolas Comment

  • Richard Dumas

  • Elliott Erwitt  (+)

    Also represented by:

  • Joakim Eskildsen

  • Mario Giacomelli

  • Stanley Greene

  • Alexander Gronsky

  • Philippe Guionie

  • Sze Tsung Nicolas Leong

  • Joel Meyerowitz

  • Claude Nori

  • Kosuke Okahara

  • Jean-Marie Périer

  • Marc Riboud

  • Sebastião Salgado

  • Toshio Shibata

  • Lek & Sowat

  • Donata Wenders

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