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Past Exhibition

Raymond Depardon: Correspondance New Yorkaise 1981–2017

Raymond Depardon revisits his landmark Correspondance New-Yorkaise at the Magnum Paris gallery

Raymond Depardon

Raymond Depardon 1370 Avenue of the Americas (6th Avenue). New York City, USA. 1981. © Raymond Depardon | Magnum Photos
Raymond Depardon Manhattan, New York City, USA. 1981. © Raymond Depardon | Magnum Photos
Raymond Depardon Festival for the police. Harlem district. 110th street. New York City, USA. 1981. © Raymond Depardon | Magnum Photos
Raymond Depardon Along Central Park. New York City, USA. 1981. © Raymond Depardon | Magnum Photos
Raymond Depardon Ladies room in the office of the German GEO magazine. Park Avenue, Manhattan. New York City, USA. 1981. © Raymond Depardon | Magnum Photos
Raymond Depardon Near Rockfeller Center. Manhattan. New York City, USA. 1981. © Raymond Depardon | Magnum Photos
Raymond Depardon Guggenheim Museum. New York City, USA. 1981. © Raymond Depardon | Magnum Photos

In 1981, Raymond Depardon’s La Correspondance New-Yorkaise was published in the Libération newspaper in France. Composed of humorous, observational, photographic notes—and no topical news—the newspaper dedicated a full page to this correspondence every day for a month. It was a pivotal moment both in French photography and in Depardon’s career.

La Correspondance New-Yorkaise marked a turn toward the “new journalism” of the era, which fed on daily life and featured first-person, subjective writing. 36 years later, Depardon returned to New York in 2017, continuing his rare portrait of one city’s unexpected spaces.

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A Sunday at the Gallery 2018

As part of the 4th edition of A Sunday at the Gallery (Un Dimanche à la Galerie), Magnum Gallery will open with special events on September 23.

Organized by the Comité Professionnel des Galeries d’Art – CPGA, “Un Dimanche à la Galerie” creates a moment of discovery and dialogue between artists, critics, professionals and amateurs alike.

At 2:30 pm the exhibition’s curator Philippe Séclier, the curator of Depardon exhibition in Arles.

At 3:30 pm there will be a book signing with Raymond Depardon. Books will be available for sale on site.

The event will be followed by cocktails.

The Gallery will be open from 12pm to 6 pm.

More info here.