Exhibitions at Galerie Thierry Bigaignon
After the series "Looking for the Masters in the Ricardo's Golden Shoes" where Catherine Balet wondered what it takes to make a photograph iconic, reviewing photography from its beginnings to the most contemporary trends, the artist now continues her experimentation by reinvesting the technical transformations of the medium.
To start off the new year, Galerie Thierry Bigaignon introduces a new program called “Matters that matter” through which, from time to time, it will invite foreign artists to exhibit for the first time in Paris on meaningful documentary subjects. Australian photographer Tobi Wilkinson will be the first invitee, showing her work on the Gyuto Monks of Tibet.
It took Tobi Wilkinson nine years of working with the Gyuto Monks to capture the slice of life within the monastery, and depict … more
To allow collectors to celebrate Christmas with art, Galerie Thierry Bigaignon is showcasing small format photographs, through the works of three French artists: Thierry Urbain, Fabien Dettori and Thibaud Yevnine, and to make them accessible widely prices start at 690 euros only, framed!
"Experience is a memory, but the opposite is true," wrote Albert Camus! The exhibition "Memories" came to Thierry Bigaignon’s mind when he discovered the different styles of these thre… more
Relentless street walker, Yannig Hedel (born in fRance, 1948) has been tracking the race of time on the urban architecture for 50 years, day after day, season after seasons, and offers us an extensive and coherent lifetime body of work.
While everything around him is accelerating, Yannig Hedel takes his time. And more precisely, he takes photographs of time itself! Street walker, he has rigorously captured the shadows, these ephemeral shapes made of light and time, to illustrate the passage … more
Following the remarkable success that Vittoria Gerardi’s works had during its preview in May, the Galerie Thierry Bigaignon has decided to offer Vittoria Gerardi her first solo show.
In "Confine", Italian photographer Vittoria Gerardi presents her perception of the landscape, a visual and mental experience through Death Valley. Located in the eastern Californian desert, Death Valley
is the lowest, driest and hottest area in North America. 139 miles long, the valley varies f… more
7439 MILES TO (RE)DISCOVER AMERICA!
No American road trip looms larger in our collective consciousness than the one bound west, and has been both the favorite subject and a formidable challenge for most artists, from Robert Frank to Jack Kerouac. In 2015, Italian-born photographer Renato D’Agostin took the challenge and travelled the 7,439 miles from New York to Los Angeles on his 1983 BMW motorcycle, developing film in hotel sinks along the way. This initiatic journey gave rise to a series of bright and contrasted images… more