Monogatari at Intersect Aspen Art & Design Fair With Sundaram Tagore Gallery

Intersect Aspen Art & Design Fair
Sundaram Tagore Gallery
Booth A8
31 July–4 August 2022

Sundaram Tagore Gallery will be exhibiting a number of works from gallery artists at Intersect Aspen Art & Design Fair between 31 July–4 August at Aspen Ice Garden.

Works from Karen Knorr’s series Monogatari will be exhibited. The series, started in 2012, imagines animal life and Japanese cultural heritage referencing buddhist Jataka tales and Japanese stories.

Photographed in temples, shrines, ryokans and gardens in Kyoto, Nara, Ise and Tokyo, animals and women in traditional kimonos evoke screen art of the Edo period. Knorr, inspired by Japanese art (ukijo-e, screen painting) has produced a series of photographs of Japanese animals which appear in temples and shrines referencing the folktales of the supernatural such as Kaidan and Shinto kami (spirits).

Masterpiece Art Fair in London with Sundarm Tagore Gallery

Masterpiece
Sundaram Tagore Gallery
Stand 412, South Grounds, The Royal Chelsea Hospital, London
30 June–7 July

Karen Knorr will exhibiting works from India Song as part of two upcoming presentations in London with Sundaram Tagore Gallery, Masterpiece London Art Fair (30 June–7 July). Recently Karen Knorr presented the solo exhibition Transmigrations at Sundaram Tagore’s Chelsea gallery in New York.

Karen Knorr’s work India Song celebrates the rich visual culture, the foundation myths and stories of northern India, focusing on Rajasthan and using sacred and secular sites to consider caste, femininity and its relationship to the animal world. Interiors are painstakingly photographed with a large format Sinar P3 analogue camera and scanned to very high resolution. Live animals are inserted into the architectural sites, fusing high resolution digital with analogue photography. Animals photographed in sanctuaries, zoos and cities inhabit palaces, mausoleums , temples and holy sites, interrogating Indian cultural heritage and rigid hierarchies. Cranes, zebus, langurs, tigers and elephants mutate from princely pets to avatars of past feminine historic characters, blurring boundaries between reality and illusion and reinventing the Panchatantra for the 21st century.

Karen Knorr: LES ANIMAUX S’EXPOSENT Outdoor Solo Exhibition

Karen Knorr: LES ANIMAUX S’EXPOSENT / ANIMALS EXPOSE THEMSELVES
Cour des Urbanistes, Fougères, France
17 June–18 September 2022

An outdoor exhibition of photographic works including Fables and India Song, celebrating cultural heritage and wildlife in France and India: 17 June–18 September 2022. The exhibition will take place in the courtyard of the Cour des Urbanistes at Fougeres, a convent created at the end of the 17th century and today home to The Conservatory of Music Rene Guizen, School of Fine Art and Design and Galerie d’Art Albert Bourgeois

The exhibition is a collaboration between Festival Photo la Gacilly, Galerie d’art Albert Bourgeois & the city of Fougères. It coincides with 2022 edition of Festival la Gacilly Photo: Visions d’Orient which opens to the public on 1 June.

The Photography Show in New York with Augusta Edwards Fine Art

The Photography Show
Presented by AIPAD
Augusta Edwards Fine Art
Booth 226, Center415 New York
19–22 May 2022

 
Augusta Edwards Fine Art is delighted to announce our participation in the 41st edition of The Photography Show presented by AIPAD being held in Manhattan, New York, from May 19–22 2022 at Center415 on Fifth Avenue between 37th and 38th Streets. One of the world’s most highly anticipated annual art fairs; it is the longest running and foremost exhibition dedicated to the photographic medium.

Visit us on booth 226 where we are pleased to be presenting works by: Henri Cartier-Bresson, Ellitt Erwitt, Martine Franck, Chris Killip, Karen Knorr, Josef Koudelka, Graham Smith and Tom Wood.

Plan your visit by visiting The Photography Show’s website.

Photo London with Holden Luntz

Photo London
Holden Luntz Gallery
Booth B6, Somerset House
12–15 May 2022

As part of Photo London Holden Luntz Gallery will present two new works from Karen Knorr’s series India Song alongside works from Diane Arbus, Harry Benson, Arthur Elgort, Ormond Gigli, Horst P. Horst, Frank Horvat, William Klein, Jim Lee, Terry O’Neill, Lawrence Schiller, Melvin Sokolsky, Albert Watson, Bruce Weber and David Yarrow.

Holden Luntz Gallery was founded in 1999 in Palm Beach, Florida. As one of the first galleries specializing in photography in the Southeastern U.S, the gallery’s mission of acquiring and presenting the work of significant photographers whose work has either defined or is expanding the parameters of photography.

Photo London brings the finest international photography to the British capital every year. The Fair presents the best historic and vintage works while also spotlighting fresh perspectives in photography.

Solo Exhibition Opening at Sundaram Tagore Gallery Chelsea NY

Karen Knorr: Transmigrations
Sundaram Tagore Gallery Chelsea
542 West 26th Street, New York
5 May–4 June 2022

Opening Reception with the Artist:
Thursday 5 May, 6–8pm

Sundaram Tagore Gallery are pleased to present a solo exhibition of photographs by Karen Knorr. The American/British artist is known for her sumptuous, conceptually driven images that employ opulent palaces, museums and temples of Western Europe and Asia to frame issues of power rooted in cultural heritage.

The London-based artist, whose work is in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; and Tate, London, presents a curated selection of images from five of her most powerful series, including India Song, Fables, Monogatari, Metamorphoses and The Lanesborough. The exhibition marks the debut of two band-new photographs created earlier this year as well as images from her Monogatari series on view for the first time in the United Sates.

Telling Stories: Picture Post and its Legacy at James Hyman Gallery, London

Telling Stories: Picture Post and its Legacy
James Hyman Gallery

48 Maddox Street, London
29 March–29 April 2022

James Hyman Gallery are delighted to announce the opening of two new galleries at 48 and 50 Maddox Street in Mayfair. At 48 Maddox Street, the gallery is staging the exhibition Telling Stories: Picture Post and its Legacy. The exhibition presents some of the key photographers of Picture Post magazine as well as curated selection of some later British photographers who built on this storytelling or documentary tradition.

The exhibition features works by Shirley Baker, Bill Brandt, Anna Fox, Ken Grant, Brian Griffin, Bert Hardy, Nigel Henderson, Paul Hill, Thurston Hopkins, David Hurn, Kurt Hutton, Colin Jones, Dafydd Jones, Chris Killip, Karen Knorr, Marketa Luskacova, Roger Mayne, Daniel Meadows, Jim Mortram, Martin Parr, Charlie Phillips, Tony Ray-Jones, Paul Reas, Grace Robertson, Jo Spence, Wolfgang Suschitzky, Homer Sykes, Jon Tonks.

Opening Doors – Danziger Gallery’s Inaugural Los Angeles Exhibition

Opening Doors – A Group Show
Danziger Gallery
Bergamont Station B1, Santa Monica
19 February–23 April 2022

The photographs in this show come largely from the photographic artists the gallery is privileged to work with. They have been selected for the opening of our new Los Angeles gallery not only because they celebrate the medium; but more importantly, what they have in common is that each is as unique as a fingerprint. Great photographs don’t just open a door to the worlds they capture, they open a door to the mind and idea of their creators.

After 30 years of having a gallery in New York, 2022 marks the opening of Danziger Gallery’s first space in Los Angeles. So this inaugural show in many ways has the notion of being assembled over years if not decades. Finding great pictures takes time. Content matters as does concept.  In so much as each individual gallery has a particular aesthetic that can be defined,  I hope the pictures in this show are mostly uplifting and speak for themselves.

Generations: Portraits of Holocaust Survivors in Bristol and Paris

Generations: Portraits of Holocaust Survivors
RPS Gallery, Bristol
27 January–27 March 2022
UNESCO Paris 
Headquarters
Until 4 February 2022

Generations: Portraits of Holocaust Survivors, is a new photography exhibition opening at RPS Gallery on 27 January, marking Holocaust Memorial Day, and brings together over 50 contemporary portraits of Holocaust survivors and their families, shining a light on the full lives they have lived and our collective responsibility to cherish their stories.

In partnership with the Imperial War Museum, Jewish News, and the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust, Generations: Portraits of Holocaust Survivors showcases new works from 13 contemporary photographers, all members and Fellows of RPS, alongside photography by RPS patron, Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge.

A Room of Her Own at Sundaram Tagore Gallery Singapore

A Room of Her Own: Singapore Art Week
Sundaram Tagore Gallery, Singapore
Open Until 19 March 2022

 
Sundaram Tagore is pleased to present an exhibition of work by eight pioneering womenwhose paintings, installations and photography reimagine spaces both real and symbolic. From an immersive large-scale light installation that transforms the surrounding environment to vibrant photographic imagery of staged narratives, this work challenges norms. Exhibiting artists include: Anila Quayyum Agha, Miya Ando, Lalla Essaydi, Karen Knorr, Jane Lee, Tayeba Lipi, Neha Vedpathak and Susan Weil. The exhibition coincides with Singapore Art Week (SAW) between 14–23 January.

In her London-based practice, photographer Karen Knorr examines the meaning of place, drawing from ancient myths and allegories to express contemporary ideas. She employs grand interior spaces of palaces, temples and museums across Asia and Western Europe to frame issues of gender and class structure rooted in cultural heritage.