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vernissage | photographe au long cours


opening | photographe au long cours

04.03.2024 - 05.26.2024
  • Bruno BARBEY

The baudoin lebon gallery is pleased to present the exhibition "Bruno Barbey: photographe au long cours " from April 3 to May 26, 2024.

🥂opening Wednesday, April 3, 2024, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.

📍21 rue Chapon 75003 Paris

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vernissage | rendez-vous !


opening | rendez-vous !

03.08.2024 - 03.08.2024
  • Sonia Sieff

The gallery is delighted to present Sonia Sieff's exhibition "Rendez-vous!" in conjunction with the launch of her book by Rizzoli editions, running from March 9th to March 30th, 2024.


🥂opening Friday, March 8th from 6 pm to 9 pm

🗓 exhibition from Saturday, March 9th, to Saturday, March 30th

📍 baudoin lebon, 21 rue chapon, 75003, Paris

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vernissage acte 2 | hommage à la galerie texbraun 1980 - 1986


opening act 2 | tribute to the texbraun gallery 1980 - 1986

01.31.2024 - 01.31.2024

The baudoin lebon gallery pays tribute to Galerie Texbraun, with the collaboration of Jonas Tebib, from Wednesday, December 6 to February 23, 2024.


act II : wednesday, january 31st from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
act I : wednesday, december 6th from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
📍21 rue Chapon 75003 Paris
📅 exhibition

act 1: Wednesday December 6 - Saturday January 13, 2024
act 2: wednesday january 31 - saturday february 24, 2024

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Paris Photo 2023 - stand C3

Art fair

Paris Photo 2023 - booth C3

11.09.2023 - 11.12.2023

Throughout history, photography has consistently drawn inspiration from the grand themes explored in painting, such as portraiture, landscapes, and still life. Delving into nearly 150 years of photographic history, we will present the evolution of various technical processes and the representation of inanimate objects.

Like the accomplished Flemish masters of the past, certain photographers skillfully capture reality with meticulous compositions, yielding strikingly precise depictions. In contrast, others liberate themselves from the confines of the physical world, embarking on journeys to explore abstract forms, lines, colors, and textures. Through this pursuit, they create visually captivating, enigmatic, and occasionally aesthetically pleasing compositions that bear resemblance to advertising imagery.

We will present a wide range of materials, settings, lighting, and techniques, showcasing works ranging from Paul Aubry's albumen print and Robert Rauschenberg's polaroid to Robert Mapplethorpe's silver print, Ronit Porat's collage, and even Mathieu Bernard Reymond's images created using software and artificial intelligence.

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