Steven Kasher Gallery is proud to exhibit at Photo London 2017. Our booth presents work by nine groundbreaking female artists and a new series by Miles Aldridge made in collaboration with Maurizio Cattelan.
Featuring work by:
Our booth will present rare and iconic pictures including:
Marilyn Minter’s controversial Plush series. These prints were included in the exhibition "For Freedoms" at Jack Shainman Gallery in 2016 and were featured in the artists' first retrospective Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty which opened at the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston in 2015 and then traveled to the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, the Orange County Museum of Art and the Brooklyn Museum.
We will exhibit for the first time a unique collaboration between Miles Aldridge and Maurizio Cattelan. This series of six photographs emerged from an email exchange between the two artists proposing a collaborative shoot with Aldridge's signature models intervening with Cattelan's most famous sculptures. The photographs were created on site at La Monnaie, Paris.
Extremely rare vintage prints by Vivian Maier from the never before exhibited collection of Ron Slattery. They include some of Maier best-known subjects, including children, architecture, inhabitants of the city and an exceptional self-portrait.
Sakiko Nomura’s unique solarized prints, first published in the monograph Another Black Darkness (Akio Nagasawa Publishing, 2016). The set of prints on view were also selected for the exhibition and catalogue Another Language: 8 Japanese Photographer curated by Simon Baker during the Rencontres d'Arles International Photography Festival in 2015. Seven monographs of Nomura’s work have been published.
New editions of iconic photographs by Martha Cooper. Cooper chronicled street art and hip hop culture from its earliest days and has created some of the most well-known images of this global phenomenon. Over four decades, Cooper has explored creativity as seen on the streets of New York and around the world.
Photo London 2017 will take place at Somerset House, London, from Thursday, May 18 to Sunday, May 21, with an invitation-only Preview on Wednesday, May 17.
Thursday, May 18: 12:00 - 8:30
Friday, May 19: 12:00 - 7:30
Saturday, May 20: 12:00 - 7:30
Sunday, May 21: 12:00 - 6:30