News – Adnan Sezer Gallery
On the occasion of Paris-Photo 2021, Adnan Sezer and Bruno Tartarin have the pleasure of presenting a selection of photographs that brings together several big names in photography. Gustave Le Gray is represented with several maritime and architectural images, including a very beautiful “Autoportrait”. The selection includes photographs of small trades in Paris seen by Eugène Atget, strange and rare fluidic images by Jakob von Narkiewicz-Jodko, photographs of Jerusalem by Auguste Salzmann, of Egypt by Francis Frith, albumen prints of the Niagara Falls by the Scotsman William Notman, a salt paper print by Baldus (the “Gare de Boulogne-sur-mer”, ca. 1855), still lifes with game by the “Amateur de Longjumeau”, as well as a series photographic albums (Désiré Charnay in Mexico, Felice Beato in Japan, an archive documenting life in Paris on the eve of the First World War…).
From Wednesday 10 November to Friday 12 November from 10 am to 7 pm.
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About : Adnan Sezer Photo Gallery
The authentic draw, his emotions, his inheritance.
Adnan Sezer, recognized expert and advisor of collections, founded ADN Patrimoine Gallery in 2011 as a private space, dedicated to vintage photography and collectors. The space, located in the heart of historic Paris, shows a selection of period prints that explore the past through subjects as varied as travel, eroticism, violence and humanism of the 20th century.
Adnan Sezer has been active for eighteen years in the world of vintage photography, with experience particularly in private and institutional collections. These collections are meticulously composed through acquisitions in public sales, private individuals or in specialized fairs.
From Le Gray to Man Ray, not forgetting to mention contemporaries and reference photography, the heart of the ADN Patrimoine collection is at the forefront of today’s photography world.
« To see is to understand, to judge, to distort, to forget or to forget, to be or to disappear» – Paul Eluard