Paris / Vee Speers - Phoenix, Rise from the Ashes
Galerie XII Paris has the pleasure to announce the upcoming exhibition of photographs by Vee Speers, Phoenix, Rise from the Ashes. This unpublished series marks the start of a new collaboration with the Australian-born artist .Exhibition dates: May 28 - July 17, 2021 during the program Australia Now.
Mona Kuhn, Works / 04-10 to 07-03
Galerie XII Los Angeles is pleased to present the solo exhibition of Mona Kuhn: Works, a stunning career retrospective of one of the most respected and widely exhibited contemporary art photographers at work in the world today. The exhibition, which runs from April 10 to July 3, 2021, coincides with the launch of Mona Kuhn's first monograph, "Works" (Thames&Hudson), an essential volume for anyone with an interest in the human form in contemporary art
Art Up ! Lille
Galerie XII is pleased to announce its participation to Art UP! Lille - June 24 to 28. We will exhibit works from our women artists; Patty Caroll, Scarlett Hooft Graafland, Margaret Lansink, Patrizia Mussa, Vee Speers, Tingting Wang, Marie Cecile Thijs.
WOW extended in our second room
We have good news for those who have missed the show WOW, it will run until June 30th. The show has been a real success and gotten tons of positive press. We are exceptionally proud of our women artists - Patty Carroll, Maia Flore, Ziqian Liu, and Anja Niemi.
The works presented explore different ways of expressing the beauty of the female spirit. The models - often the artists themselves - are represented anonymously in either a poetic way, an atypical way, a colorful way, or a sexy and sensual way that does not shy away from embracing womanhood in all its rich, complex, and multifaceted totality.
Book / WORKS - Mona Kuhn
Mona Kuhn: Works is the first retrospective by one of the most respected and widely exhibited contemporary art photographers at work in the world today.
The first career retrospective of the great contemporary photographer Mona Kuhn.This new volume features images from throughout Kuhn’s career, including previously unseen work, and will introduce her distinct aesthetic to a wide, popular audience. Accompanied by insightful texts by Rebecca Morse, Chris Littlewood, Darius Himes and Simon Baker and an interview with Elizabeth Avedon, the reader is provided with invaluable insights into Kuhn’s creative process and the ways in which she works with her subjects and settings, and achieves the visual signature of her imagery.
Published by Thames & Hudson. 155 illustrations.