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June 6 - July 4, 2019

Exhbition: John Davies and Tabitha Jussa in collaboration Can't See the Wood for the Trees
LOOK Photo Biennial/Open Eye Gallery pop-up exhibition at the Victoria Gallery and Museum University of Liverpool
Liverpool, UK

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Can't See the Wood for the Trees

June 6 - August 31, 2019

Exhbition: Jane Evelyn Atwood Darya, "Badante"
Les Femmes s'exposent
Houlgate, France

Jane Evelyn Atwood chosen as The Godmother of the Festival at Les Femmes s'exposent


August 2-5th, 2019

Art Fair: Nantucket Summer Antiques Show
Boys and Girls Club, Nantucket, MA
Preview Party: August 1st 6:30pm

L. Parker Stephenson Photographs joins 31 other dealers at the Nantucket Summer Antiques Show . This year, the fair coincides with Nantucket by Design. Some of Nantucket's rich history was recently exhibited by the Nantucket Historical Association at the world famous Winter Antiques Show in New York this past February under the title, "Collecting Nantucket/ Connecting the World" We are pleased to be the first photography gallery to be invited by the Antiques Council to participate in the fair. 

Nantucket Summer Antiques Show

June 8 - September 1, 2019

Exhibitions: Jane Evelyn ATWOOD, Villes & Territoires
Urbi & Orbi biennale de la photographie et de la ville, Sedan, France

An outdoor installation of sequences of images drawn from Atwood's diverse projects
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Villes & Territoires

June 29 - October 31, 2019

Exhibitions: Jane Evelyn ATWOOD, L'oeil sur la montagne/Latvia and Slovakia
Matelmale, France

in a 2-person outdoor installation with Alain Tendero, examining the particularities of rural life
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L'oeil sur la montagne/Latvia and Slovakia

May 24 - September 8, 2019

Exhibitions: Seaside: Photographed
Turner Contemporary, Margate, UK

Work from Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen's long-term projects about coastal life in the UK are included in this group exhibition
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image from Turner exhibition

July 1- September 22, 2019

Exhibitions: Home Sweet Home: 1970-2018 The British Home, A Political History
At Maison des Peintres
Les Rencontres, Arles, France

Curated by Isabelle Bonnet, this exhibition offers a prism of views into almost 50 years of domestic life in the UK. Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen (who will be in attendance during the first week of the festival) joins 23 other photographers included in this rich and engaging presentation. For those unable to attend, you don't have to miss out, a catalog is available.
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Friday, July 5, 2019

FILM: Fragment d'un Parcours: Jane Evelyn Atwood
Les Rencontres, Arles, France

La Maison d'Arles
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>Mapping Black Identities exhbition

February 21, 2018 - March 15, 2020

Exhibition: J. D. 'Okhai OJEIKERE
Mapping Black Identities

Minneapolis Institute of Art

>Mapping Black Identities exhbition

July 3 - September 22, 2019

Exhibitions: Apollo's Muse: The Moon in the Age of Photography
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Kikuji Kawada's Artificial Moon Trail, 1969 from his Last Cosmology series makes an appearance in this exhibition which marks the half centenary of man landing on the moon.

Apollo’s Muse image

May 29 - July 5, 2019

Exhibition: Kikuji KAWADA "Shadow in the Shadow"
PGI, Tokyo, Japan

The solo exhibition is comprised of 50 color prints by octogenarian Kikuji Kawada. The selection was made from his Instagram posts from the past two years. This contrast digital bits, often only accompanied by "likes" and no other commentary, contrasts with the presentation and physical prints framed on the gallery walls.

Shadow in the Shadow image

May 24 - June 22, 2019

Exhibition: Witho WORMS
The Photograph That Took the Place of a Mountain

Gallery Vriend van Bavink, Amsterdam, NL

The Photograph That Took the Place of a Mountain exhbition

February 22 - May 11, 2019

Exhibition Review New York Times Spring Gallery Guide

The New York Times features L. Parker Stephenson and our latest exhbition, "Claude Tolmer: Photographiques" in their Spring Gallery Guide. "East Midtown and the Upper East Side bulge with photography galleries, and this one-room space at the top of a Madison Avenue walk-up is a hidden gem." Read the whole review here

Photographiques image

February 22 - May 11, 2019

Gallery Exhibition: Claude Tolmer: Photographiques

L. Parker Stephenson Photographs presents a selection of rarely seen vintage photographs from the 1930s by graphic artist and art director, Claude Tolmer (1911-1991). A member of the prestigious Paris-based printing firm Maison Tolmer, Claude brought modernist photography into the visual language of commercial imagery at a historical zenith of print production.

Photographiques image

February 22, 2019- February 2, 2020

Exhibition: The Gaze of Things: Japanese Photography in the Context of Provoke
Bombas Gens, Valencia, Spain

This exhibition covers the post WWII era in Japan, focusing on the work of members of the influential photo agency VIVO and those involved in Provoke magazine which followed it. Kikuji Kawada, known best known for his seminal book Chizu (The Map) co-founded VIVO in 1957 with Shomei Tomatsu, Eikoh Hosoe, Ikko Narahara, Akira Sato and Arika Tanno. A significant selection of works from The Map now belonging to the Per Amor a l'Art Collection will be on view until February of next year. Click here for more information.

Bombas Gens image

November 4, 2018 - March 24, 2019

Exhibition: Time Frame: Contemporary East Asian Photography
Baltimore Museum of Art, MD

orty recent and promised gifts from the collection of Brenda Edelstone address various concepts of time, among them Kikuji Kawada’s Lost Child from the devastation following the Tohuku earthquake and tsunami. Click here for more information and here for a review of the exhibiton

Time Frame image

April, 2018 - NOW OUT

Jan Yoors Biography

We are thrilled to announce the upcoming publication of the long anticipated biography- Hidden Tapestry: Jan Yoors, His Two Wives and the War that Made Them One.

This thrilling biography of three figures, Hidden Tapestry: Jan Yoors, His Two Wives and the War that Made Them One, is a page turner from beginning to end. It reveals the unforgettable story of Flemish American artist Jan Yoors - childhood vagabond, wartime Resistance fighter, and polyamorous New York bohemian. At the peak of his fame in the 1970s, Yoors's photographs and vast tapestries inspired a dedicated following in his adopted Manhattan. Though his intimate friends guessed the rough outline of his colorful life, Hidden Tapestry is first to detail his astonishing secrets. Read about it and order the book HERE

Hiddden Tapestry

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