Sabine Weiss Jardin des Tuileries, 1951 Gelatin silver print, vintage, printed by the artiste, 8 x 10 inches © Sabine Weiss / Courtesy Les Douches la Galerie, Paris
Weegee, André Steiner, Arlene Gottfried, Ernst Haas, Hervé Guibert, Homer Sykes, Jean Moral, Marion Dubier-Clark, Paul Pouvreau, Pierre Boucher, Raoul Hausmann, Sabine Weiss, Sébastien Camboulive, Sid Kaplan, Steven Rifkin, Tom Arndt, Val Telberg
The works we've selected to present at Paris Photo New York 2020 are representative of our two main domains of interest. The first is street photography, as depicted in the work of Tom Arndt, Arlene Gottfried, Ernst Haas and Homer Sykes, not to mention Sabine Weiss. The second investigates the resurgence of photographic practice: Pierre Boucher, Jean Moral, André Steiner in the 1930s, Raoul Hausmann and Weegee in the 1950s, and Paul Pouvreau and Sébastien Camboulive for the formal research they've conducted that increases the medium's possibilities nowadays. And finally, Hervé Guibert's dreamlike world questions the boundaries between the real and the imaginary.