Archives Algérie, juillet 1962 Past: June 20 → September 15, 2012 On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Algeria’s independence, the Magnum Gallery presents a unique collection of vintage prints coming from the photographers personal archives.
Archives Christopher Anderson — Son Past: February 14 → April 14, 2012 This exhibition presents this very personal work of Christopher Anderson accross a selection of about fifteen prints that record his intimate life with his wife and son. With this series Christopher Anderson comes back to color photography after Capitolio, a wonderful black and white corpus about the upheavals of contemporary Caracas, Venezuela.
Archives Jim Goldberg — Open See Past: November 4 → December 10, 2011 “Open See”, addresses the topic of immigration in Greece, Ukraine, India and Africa. Californian photographer Jim Goldberg creates mural compositions mixing different formats and colour, black and white photographs. The Polaroids are the matrices, the portraits of the migrants encountered bring together the testimony of their history.
Archives Mikhael Subotzky — Beaufort West Past: November 4 → December 10, 2011 For some two or three kilometres, the N1, the great highway that traces South Africa’s north/south axis, becomes Beaufort’s West’s main street. About a million people pass through each year, and in the evenings, an assortment of the town’s 37 000 residents come out to meet them. They offer all the commodities a night traveller might want.
Archives Alessandra Sanguinetti — Œuvres Choisies Past: September 22 → October 29, 2011 In the remote farmlands near Buenos Aires, Argentina, Alessandra Sanguinetti produced a series of photographs entitled On the Sixth Day that centered on the symbiotic relationship between the farmers, their animals, and the land.