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via eyecurious. Quanto a fotografia, Lisboa é paisagem…

“As the French art world shakes of the last of its summer tan, here’s a
list of some of the exhibitions to look out for in Paris this autumn,
including (shock, horror) some non-photographic selections:

Harry Callahan: Variations, Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson, 7 Sep. – 19 Dec.

William Kentridge: Breath Dissolve, Return, Marian Goodman Gallery,
11 Sep. – 16 Oct. I don’t know how I did this but I managed to miss
the Kentridge exhibition at the Jeu de Paume this summer so I will not
be missing this.

Takashi Murakami, Château de Versailles,
14 Sep – 12 Dec. 2010. After Jeff Koons last year Murakami is the next
to tackle the most famous French château with as much kitsch as he can

Gabriel Orozco, Centre Pompidou, 15 Sep. – 3 Jan. 2011.

Anonymes, l’Amerique sans nom: photographie et cinéma
(Walker Evans, Chauncey Hare, Standish Lawder, Lewis Baltz, Anthony
Hernandez, Sharon Lockhart, Jeff Wall, Bruce Gilden, Doug Rickard,
Arianna Arcara et Luca Santese), Le Bal, 18 Sep. – 19 Dec. (Review of this show coming soon on eyecurious).

André Kertész, Jeu de Paume, 28 Sep. – 6 Feb.

Larry Clark: Kiss the Past Hello, MAMVP, 8 Oct. – 2 Jan.

Thibaut Cuisset: Syrie, une terre de pierre, Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire, 12 Oct. – 6 Nov.

Moebius Transeforme, Fondation Cartier, 12 – Oct. – 13 Mar.

Duane Michals, Galerie Thierry Marlat, 26 Oct. – 18 Nov.

Mois de la Photo, November. 30th anniversary of the biennial month of photography in Paris. Expect more photography than ever all over the city.

Eikoh Hosoe, Galerie Photo4, 5 Nov. – 4 Dec. Organized by yours truly.

Prix Pictet, Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire, 13 – 27 Nov. The sustainability photo prize is holding a preview exhibition at Filles du Calvaire this year.

Paris Photo, 18 – 21 Nov. Annual photo mayhem.”

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