Edition #11: Sally Mann
Our final and eleventh release of the year is this hauntingly beautiful image by American photographer Sally Mann (b.1951, Lexington, Virginia, US).Explore More
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The tenth release in TPG’s 50th Anniversary ‘Golden Editions’ series is this charming image by British photographer Terence Donovan (1936-1996) - taken just over sixty years ago at a family wedding reception.Explore More
The ninth release in TPG’s 50th Anniversary Golden Editions series is this gloriously nostalgic image by renowned American photographer Joel Meyerowitz. Born in the Bronx in 1938, Meyerowitz believes it was that basic “street” education that nurtured his delight in human observation, a perception that is at the heart of his photography.Explore More
The eighth release in TPG’s 50th Anniversary ‘Golden Editions’ series is this poignant image by London-based photographer, Nadav Kander (b. Tel Aviv, Israel 1961). Known for his personal and intuitive modes of image-making, Kander is one of the most influential artists working today.Explore More
The seventh release in TPG’s 50th Anniversary ‘Golden Editions’ series is this striking beachscape by British photographer, Simon Roberts (b.1974, UK). Based in Brighton, UK, Roberts' practice also encompasses video, text and installation work, which together, interrogate notions of identity and belonging, and the complex relationship between history, place and culture.Explore More
The sixth release in TPG’s 50th Anniversary Golden Editions series is this touching image by Dutch photographer Dana Lixenberg (b.1964 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands). The portrait of Lil Yang – asleep whilst getting a haircut - is part of the series “Imperial Courts, 1993-2015”, for which the artist received the Deutsche Börse Foundation Photography Award in 2017.Explore More
Our fifth highly anticipated release in the TPG 50th Anniversary Golden Editions is this characterful and previously unpublished image by Paris-based photographer, William Klein (b. New York, 1928). Two Boys Near Inverness, 1963, emphasises Klein’s characteristic use of grain, high-contrast, blur and spontaneity of subject matter which were revolutionary at the time.Explore More
The fourth release in TPG’s 50th Anniversary ‘Golden Editions’ series is this playful image by British photographer, Clare Strand (b.1973, Sevenoaks, UK). This playful and mysterious black and white photograph Girl in Two Halves, 2007, is part of the series Conjurations, which continues Strand’s long-standing interest in the camera's supposed ability to record the metaphysical.Explore More
The third release in TPG’s 50th Anniversary Golden Editions series is this stunning image from acclaimed Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky. The epic scale and chiaroscuro lighting effects at play in Uralkali Potash Mine #1 emphasise the cavernous sea-shell like interior of this working mine, while focusing the eye on the human industry at its centre.Explore More
The second release in TPG’s 50th Anniversary Golden Editions series is this striking portrait by award-winning contemporary artist, Hassan Hajjaj (b.1961, Larache, Morocco). Entirely self-taught, Hajjaj is regarded as one of Morocco’s pre-eminent international artists with a diverse practice that includes photography, film-making, installation, fashion, and furniture design.Explore More
Launching TPG’s 50th Anniversary Golden Editions is this singular and highly resonant work from American photographer, Jim Goldberg (b. 1953, US). They Always Welcomed Me is part of Open See (2003 – 2009), a series of unique works that exemplify Goldberg’s distinctive use of portraiture, landscape, and text.Explore More