Exhibitions at Galerie Catherine & André Hug
Excerpts of the documentary "Queen Of Paradis"directed by Carl Lindstrom
Reine Paradis constructs narrative photographs staging herself as the central figure in a surreal landscape.
Shot in many locations throughout America, her photo series takes us on an introspective journey across a symbolic and chromatic world, projected above the limit of reality and imagination.
All the scenes are imagined and conceptualized before shooting in real locations. Once the scene is visualized in it’s entirety, Paradis makes sketches and paints the scene to use as a blue pri… more
In conjunction with Photo Saint Germain, Catherine and André Hug Gallery present "Mona Kuhn: New Works" a selection of photographs from Kuhn’s two most recent bodies of work, Private and Acido Dorado.
Kuhn begins each series with a specific color palette and emotion in mind; consequently each body of work is like a lyrical ballad, opening up a dialogue about the human body’s interaction with its physical environment. Her primary focus is the body, and though her early work leans more towa… more
Trésors photographiques de la NASA
On July 20th, 1969, astronauts Neil Armstrong, pilot of the lunar module "Eagle", and Edwin E. (Buzz) Aldrin Jr., landed on the lunar surface, in a zone called Sea of Tranquility. When Aldrin joined Armstrong on the ground, he was in awe :
Buzz Aldrin : Beautiful. Beautiful.
Neil Armstrong : Isn't that something? Magnificent sight down here. (Pause)
Buzz Aldrin : Magnificent desolation. (Long silence)
In only seven years, NASA scientists, technicians and astronauts fulfil… more