Exhibitions at Galerie Photographique BJ Hotel La Belle Juliette
Through the streets of New York, Chervine reveals the theatre of everyday life and composes his photographs with light and colour.
Chervine was born in 1972 in Iran. He grew up in Paris and moved to New York in 2008. A self-taught photographer, he trained during his many trips around the world and began working as a press and fashion photographer. Since 2015, he started working on a personal series, photographing the city and its scenes, in black and white and mostly in colour. His work has been… more
Romantic lovers or couple of rockers, cheeks to cheeks and wedding night, sweet embraces and passionate kisses, the BJ Gallery devotes its new exhibition to love, just in time for Valentine's Day!
Elliott Erwitt took photographs, now iconic masterpieces, that seem to come from an American movie of the 50s.
René Groebli, with his series The Eye of Love, recalls with sweetness and sensuality his honeymoon in a small Parisian hotel, in 1952.
In the 60s, Karlheinz Weinberger welcom… more
L’exposition Paris – New York est réalisée en collaboration avec la Galerie Esther Woerdehoff et la Galerie Thierry Bigaignon qui représente Alain Cornu.more
Léon Herschtritt ce sont 80 années consacrées à la photographie ! Né en 1936, il apprend son métier à l’École nationale de la Photographie puis est envoyé en Algérie en tant que détaché de l’éducation nationale. Avec Les Gosses d’Algérie , son premier reportage, il reçoit en 1960 - à 24 ans ! - le prestigieux Prix Niépce de l’association Gens d&rs… more
Born in 1952 in Frauenfeld (Switzerland) where she still lives and works, Simone Kappeler began taking photographs at the age of 11 year-old. After studying German literature and art history, she attended the Zurich University of the Arts in photography major.
In 1981, she left Switzerland and began a four-month journey through the U.S. driving an old Gran Torino. With the images from this road trip, rediscovered only in 2010, we dive into a world of sensations, a personal representation of wh… more
From her travels trough the world, Anne-Sophie Granjon brings back emotions, colors and feelings, bright impressions kept alive in memory by the alchemy of photography. The daily life scenes, cities and landscapes of these distant countries are transfigured the moment the image is taken. The exoticism of her subjects disappears before the colored fabrics, the sparkle of the water, the strength of the sun. The photographer succeeds in changing the noise and bustle into moments of calm and harmo… more