Miroslav Tichý etc. [Photo London]
11.05.22 > 15.05.22
The Gallery of Everything is pleased to announce its debut at Photo London 2022.
The display will feature celebrated names from the global histories of self-taught photography, alongside lesser-known practitioners working outside the mainstream. Period examples and one off prints will illustrate the fine line between the professional and the vernacular - a notional division now dissolved by curatorial practice.
Amongst the material to be exhibited are: staged images of his wife by the American polymath, Eugene von Bruenchenhein; post-Soviet auto portraits by hospitalised auteur Alexander Lobanov; naturalistic voyeurism of hermetic Czech artist Miroslav Tichý; and the celebrated French Quarter images of New Orleans resident Ernst Bellocq, himself discovered by contemporary photographer, Lee Friedlander.
Photographs by these artists have been exhibited and acquired by numerous private and public photography collections, as well as by institutions - including The Museum of Modern Art, Tate Modern, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Centre Pompidou, and others.
For available works please click here.