Paris Photo 2021 – Booth B32
Grand Palais Ephémère, Paris
Our booth celebrates photography in all its diversity: from old masters (e.g. Louis Stettner, Harry Gruyaert) to new talent, and a classic approach to reinventions of the medium (e.g. Bruno V. Roels’ experimentations with the reproducible qualities of photography). It is also a place of discovery, as two artists will be shown on the fair for the first time: Sandro Miller and Stephan Vanfleteren.
In his series Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to the Masters, Miller recreated images that have always inspired him with John Malkovich as his model. Furthermore, Miller’s portraits of hairstyles of Afro American women will be shown along the hairdos of Ojeikere. Both show the diversity and the sculptural beauty with which black women represent themselves through their hair.
Vanfleteren, one of Belgium’s most well known photographers, was recently celebrated with a retrospective at the FOMU (Antwerp) that broke all visitor records. His black and white portraits are now ready to seduce the Parisian audience.
Harry Gruyaert presenting his new book, Café Belgica
Sandro Miller presenting his new book, Crowns
Bruno V. Roels presenting his new book, Trying To Make It Real