Massimo Vitali, Isabel Muñoz, Roger Ballen @ Galerie Clairefontaine

Massimo Vitali, Deauville, 2011

Massimo Vitali, Deauville, 2011

Massimo Vitali, Contemporary Photography in the Age of the iPhone
Exhibition until November 9th, 2013

Galerie Clairefontaine
Espace 2
21, rue du Saint-Esprit
L-1475 Luxembourg

Vitali was born in Como, Italy, in 19944. He started his series of Italian beach panoramas in 1995. Over the past 18 years he has developed a new approach to portraying the world, illuminating the apotheosis of the herd, expressing and commenting through one of the most intriguing, palpable forms of contemporary art – Photography.

Isabel Munoz_S.t., Serie Danza Khmer, 1996

Isabel Munoz_S.t., Serie Danza Khmer, 1996

Isabel Muñoz, Masterpieces
Exhibition until November 9th, 2013

Galerie Clairefontaine
Espace 1
7, place de Clairefontaine
L-1341 Luxembourg

Chambre de Commerce (Exhibition until October 14th, 2013)
7, rue Alcide de Gasperi- Kirchberg
L-2981 Luxembourg

Isabel Muñoz was born in Barcelona in 1951. Tango and Flamenco (1989) are considered the starting point for her unremitting search of sentiments and emotions of world groups and cultures in an attempt to capture the expressions of beauty of the human body. She offers a fragmented version of the world and the human body, forcing us to look at them a little better and to reflect on beauty and movement. She focuses her camera on dancers, wrestlers, warrior monks, bullfighters or deprived children with a strong sense of commitment.

Roger Ballen, Portrait of sleeping girl, 2000

Roger Ballen, Portrait of sleeping girl, 2000

Roger Ballen, Photographs, The Photo Poche series 1976-2011
(Exhibition until October 19th, 2013)

Galerie beim Engel
1, rue de la Loge
L-1945 Luxembourg

Born in New York City in 1950, Roger Ballen has lived and worked in Johannesburg, South Africa for almost thirty years. From 1982 onwards he has produced eleven books and his style has evolved from photo-journalism to a unique artistic vision.
Ballen’s work has been shown in many important institutions throughout the world and is represented in many museum collections.

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