Sally Mann’s “Remembered Light: Cy Twombly in Lexington” has gone on show in Rome this week at the Gagosian Gallery. The photographs were taken between 1999 and 2012 and consist of black and white and colour photographs taken on film and digital of Cy Twombly’s Lexington, Virginia Studio. The show runs until 8th September 2017.
For more information about the exhibition and about Sally Mann click here
London’s The Photographers’ Gallery is showcasing Roger Mayne’s first major exhibition since 1999: click here
A exhibition of work by Joel Meyerowitz is currently on display at Beetles+Huxley Gallery in London click here
Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York is showing Tom Arndt’s work ‘Where I Live’ until July. click here
In other news, Ian Beesley’s exhibition ‘Grafters: Industrial society in image and word’ at the People History Museum, Manchester, was the most visited photography exhibition in 2016. click
Image: Annie Leibovitz with her children, Sarah, Susan and Samuelle, Rhinebeck, New York, 2015 (©Annie Leibovitz.)
On 16th January 2016 Annie Leibovitz is to begin a 10-city 12 month international tour of her new series ‘WOMEN: New Portrait’, an update of her ‘Women’ series of photographs, which were originally created in collaboration with Susan Sontag 15 years ago. The exhibitions, which begin in London at the Wapping Hydraulic Power Station, are free to the public and will be held in various currently undisclosed locations, but not the usual galleries or museums. The series is commissioned by the financial services company UBS and is the largest touring show the company have ever staged, taking in New York, Tokyo, Singapore, Mexico City, Istanbul, San Francisco, Frankfurt, Zurich and Hong Kong. The body of work will include photographs from the original series as well as new ones including portraits of Serena Williams, Gloria Steinem and Amy Schumer, and others which Leibovitz is still working on. The exhibition is expected to reflect “the changes in the roles of women today”.
Tickets for the London show will be available from December with the show closing on 7th February before moving on to Tokyo.
For more information visit: www.ubs.com/annieleibovitz
Leibovitz’s most expensive photograph sold at auction:
Queen Elizabeth II, Buckingham Palace, London, 2007 on 30th June 2011 at Sotheby’s London ‘Contemporary Art Day’ auction at a premium of £50,450 ($80,820). The print was estimated to sell for £8,000 – 12,000.
The Archival Pigment Print was donated to Sotheby’s by Leibovitz and measures at 40”(h)x60”(w). Edition 5 of 10, signed & numbered.