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Paris Photo 2015
Tim Walker
Karen Elson & ‘Atlas’ the Lion on posing table, Shotover House, Oxfordshire 2013
Accompanied by a signed, titled and editioned label from the artist
Archival pigment print on Moab supergloss paper
105.5 cms x 90.5 cms
Edition of 10
© Tim Walker

Paris Photo 2015

Guy Bourdin » Brassaï » Eamonn Doyle » Robert Frank » Masahisa Fukase » Kati Horna » Miyako Ishiuchi » Kikuji Kawada » Angelika Krinzinger » Lisette Model » Pierre Molinier » Daidō Moriyama » Shômei Tômatsu » Tim Walker »

Fair: 12 Nov – 15 Nov 2015

Wed 11 Nov 11:00

Paris Photo

Grand Palais - Stand C10
75001 Paris

Michael Hoppen Gallery

3 Jubilee Place
SW3 3TD London

+44 (0)20-73523649


Mon-Fri 9:30-18, Sat 10:30-17

Paris Photo 2015
© Masahisa Fukase Archives,
'Bukubuku', 1991/1992,
part of a unique group of 79 vintage prints
To be shown at the Tate early 2016
Courtesy Michael Hoppen Gallery

The Michael Hoppen Gallery is delighted to announce that it will present Masahisa Fukase’s iconic ‘Bukubuku’ series at Paris Photo 2015. Fukase is widely regarded as one of the pre-eminent Japanese photographers of the postwar period, and internationally famed for “The Solitude of Ravens”. Bukubuku is a personal and unique series of self-portraits taken in Fukase’s bathtub over a two-month period with a Nikonos camera. It is his last ever published photobook and the prints have never been seen outside of Japan prior to Paris Photo 2015. An extraordinary contemporary performance artwork, the series presents a whimsical if somewhat morbid game of solitaire that charts new territory for the photographic self-portrait. The entire set of Bukubuku will be exhibited at Tate Modern in 2015. The theme of ‘Performance’ binds the concept of the Michael Hoppen Gallery stand, and includes an entire wall which records the rise of punk culture in the United Kingdom with press photographs from Rex Images, whose tattered object quality mimics the movement they document. Rare vintage prints by Kati Horna will also be on display. Documenting her years in Mexico, the images capture her friends and fellow artists in theatrical and surrealist compositions. The Michael Hoppen Gallery will also present Eamonn Doyle’s new photobook, ‘ON’. His subjects stand out and strike out against their environments, often looming against skies in a way that speaks of possibility even as they nurse wounds or eye each other suspiciously. Following upon his acclaimed series ‘i’, this second body of work re-invents the often tired concept of street photography

Paris Photo 2015
© Daido Moriyama
Ikaho, 1979
Signed and dated in pencil on verso
Vintage silver gelatin print
25.8 x 30.7 cm
Paris Photo 2015
© Rex Shutterstock,
Punk 1970's,
Siouxsie Sioux
Silver gelatin print
25.5 x 17.5 cm