Elene Usdin is proving that she is not only an excellent photographer, but that she can also handle the brush like the great classical masters.
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The first part of Footlights pays tribute to the inventors of the early motion picture and special effects.
The project “Coffee for Oppenheim” has it’s starting point in a diverse combination of references, all with the common denominator of being Swiss or connected to Switzerland.
A retrospective exhibition of photographer Léon Herschtritt
Traces of empire, the ruins of French imperialism, here is the new series of photographer Thomas Jorion.
Opening reception and book signing with both artists, Thursday September 15th, from 6pm to 9pm.
The Galerie Esther Woerdehoff is proud to present Iris Hutegger’s first solo exhibition in France, from March 22nd to April 30th, 2016.
With a minimalist approach and a precise composition, the artist creates his visual poems, like small photographic haikus. Born in 1958 in Madrid, Chema Madoz has been spending the last thirty years creating a body of work that manages to escape the trends of artistic photography while constantly honoring it with the most beautiful tributes. […]
The Galerie Esther Woerdehoff is pleased to present two series by photographer Jacques Pugin
As a poet assembles words, Chema Madoz works with a vocabulary of objects that he combines, modifies, and assembles to obtain unexpected marriages where surrealism and absurd stand close.