Paris Photo 2015
Robert Koch Gallery
12-15 November 2015, Grand Palais
Trent Davis Bailey, Rachelle Bussières, Tamas Dezso
František Drtikol, Jaromír Funke, Robert Heinecken, Jaroslav Rössler
• Notes for an Epilogue book signings:
November 13, 4 pm - Robert Koch Gallery
November 14, 4 pm - Hatje Cantz
Notes for an Epilogue book
Published by Hatje Cantz, 2015
Texts by Eszter Szablyár
Hardcover, 160 pages, 69 plates
34.5 x 28 cm, 13.6 x 11 inches
'Romania' has been selected to appear in the American Photography 29 annual book.
This year’s jurors were: Sam Barzilay, United Photo Industries; Antonio de Luca, Self Publish, Be Happy; MaryAnne Golon, The Washington Post; Whitney Johnson, The New Yorker; Jody Quon, New York; and Casey Tierney, Real Simple.
American Photography 29 will be printed in full color and distributed worldwide in hardcover.
Prints from the Here, Anywhere and Romania series are on view at
a group show at the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens
Curator: Nina Kassianou
17-19, Vas.Georgiou Β' & Rigillis Str., Athens, Greece
PARIS PHOTO LOS ANGELES
The inaugural United States edition of the of the renowned Paris fair.
ROBERT KOCH GALLERY
Michael Wolf, Shai Kremer, Steve Fitch, Tamas Dezso, Irving Penn
Josef Sudek, Jeff Brouws, Kenneth Josephson, Alfred Stieglitz
Paramount Pictures Studios
26-28 APR 2013
Noah David Bau (USA), Angel Chiriboga (Ecuador), Shen Chao-Liang (Taiwan), Tamas Dezso (Hungary), Oscar Farfán (Guatemala), David Favrod (Switzerland), Jonathan Hobin (Canada), Eun Ju Lee (Canada), Magdalena Kmiecik (Belgium), Cristina de Middel (Spain), Hirohito Nomoto (Japon), Simon Norfolk (United Kingdom), Meike Nixdorf (Germany), Paula Roush (Portugal), Stephen Strom (USA)
November 7 - 25, Guatemala City
EXPO CHICAGO 2012 - The International Exposition of Contemporary/Modern Art and Design
ROBERT KOCH GALLERY
Edward Burtynsky, Alfredo De Stefano, Tamas Dezso, Steve Fitch, Robert Heinecken, Brian Ulrich, Michael Wolf
Eugene Atget, Dorthea Lange, Helen Levitt, Irving Penn, Josef Sudek, Edward Weston
600 East Grand Avenue
September 20 - 23, 2012
July 12 - September 1, 2012
Robert Koch Gallery is pleased to present Inside/Outside, a group exhibition of contemporary and vintage photographs that explore the rich motif of the window as the threshold between interior and exterior worlds.
49 Geary Street, 5th Floor
Tuesday - Saturday, 10:30am-5:30pm
VIP Art Fair
July 12 – August 12, 2012
Robert Koch Gallery
"The inaugural VIP Photo Fair brings together an exclusive selection of photography from galleries around the world. With VIP Photo Fair's innovative online platform, we will offer detailed print information and personal attention to collectors. The online gallery will feature works by Debra Bloomfield, Jeff Brouws, Edward Burtynsky, Tamas Dezso, Robert Heinecken, Eadweard Muybridge, David Parker, Larry Schwarm, Josef Sudek, Edmund Teske, Michael Wolf and other gallery photographers."
Here, Anywhere has been published in LFI Special Edition - Leica Oskar Barnack Award 2012.
"The special Leica Oskar Barnack Award magazine will appear at the beginning of July. With 84 pages, it presents comprehensive portfolios of the winner of the 2012 Oskar Barnack Award and the 2012 Newcomer Award, as well as all the finalists. A high quality publication with detailed texts and interviews, LFI unveils an exciting kaleidoscope of excellent contemporary photography."
PhotoIreland Festival - Magazines on the Wall: 10 projects on Migration
Artists: Benjamin Füglister, Verner Soler, Heidrun Holzfeind, Marina Naprushkina, Ana Adamović,
Alexandra Croitoru, Kateřina Držková, Lucia Nimcová, Tamas Dezso, Wojciech Wilczyk
curator: Moritz Neumüller
Dates: 14-22 Jul. 2012
Opening hours: 12-5pm daily
Lad Lane, off Baggot Street, Dublin, Ireland
Photo District News (PDN) presents winners from "The Curator",
PDN’s annual platform for outstanding and undiscovered fine art.
Artists: Clarissa Bonet, Tamas Dezso, Aaron Farley, Matthew Gamber, Michael Schnabel, Lorenzo Triburgo
Photoville 2012, June 22th - July 1st, Pier 3 Uplands, Brooklyn Bridge Park, New York, USA
Finalist for the 2012 Leica Oskar Barnack Award
Judges: Bruce Gilden (Photographer, Magnum Photos), Valérie Fougeirol (Creative Director, Magnum Gallery Paris), Stephan Erfurt (Director, C/O Berlin), Karin Rehn-Kaufmann (Director, Leica Gallery Salzburg), Brigitte Schaller (Art Director, LFI Magazine)
Reconsidering the Photographic Masterpiece
University of New Mexico Art Museum
On View in the Main Gallery
February 10 to July, 2012
"The sweeping exhibition, Reconsidering the Photographic Masterpiece, curated by Michele Penhall, will present approximately 100 works chosen from the museum’s permanent collection that encompasses the history of photography from 1843 to 2011. The exhibition centers upon the idea of an artist's signature or iconic image from an evolving and changed, historical perspective. Works from the 19th century to the present day by William Henry Fox Talbot, Julia Margaret Cameron, Edward Weston, August Sander, Diane Arbus, Garry Winnogrand, Hilla and Bernd Becher, and Flor Garduño with recent gifts and acquisitions of works by Alfred Stieglitz, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Jayne Hinds Bidaut, John Coplans, Tamas Dezso, Danny Lyon, Alec Soth, and Martin Parr will be included in this important exhibition."
Paris Photo 2011
Robert Koch Gallery, Stand: C56
Grand Palais, Avenue Winston Churchill, 75008 Paris
• Contemporary Photographs
The Robert Koch Gallery will highlight an international selection of contemporary work, featuring American Jeff Brouws, Hungarian Tamas Dezso, South African resident Roger Ballen, and Paris and Hong Kong-based Michael Wolf.
• Vintage Photographs
The vintage photographs will focus on masters of the medium: working in France: Eugene Atget, Brassai, Eugene Durieu, Man Ray, and Dora Maar, work by the Americans Dorothea Lange and Irving Penn, works by Czech photographer Josef Sudek.
JCE / Jeune Création Européenne Biennale 2011/2013:
Jurors: Michèle Lachowsky, Co-Director, BeLa Editions Gallery, Brussels; Anne-Laure Chamboissier, curator; Philippe Régnier, director of Le Quotidien de l’art; Rasa Balcikonyte, Embassy of Lituania in France; Anna Vasseur, Slovak Institute in Paris; Csaba Varga, Hungarian Institute, Paris; Elsy Lahner, curator, Albertina Museum, Vienna; Michele Tavola, critic, curator; Francesc Bordas, Spain; Christiane Deussen, Maison Heinrich Heine
2011 Daylight/Center for Documentary Studies, Photo Awards
Project Prize Winner
Jurors: Anthony Bannon, director, George Eastman House; Darren Ching, owner, Klompching Gallery, and creative director, Photo District News; Stacey D. Clarkson, art director, Harper’s Magazine; Whitney Johnson, picture editor, The New Yorker; Joel Sternfeld, photographer; Sasha Wolf, owner, Sasha Wolf Gallery