Exhibitions at Galerie David Guiraud
The Origins of the Male Body in Photography
With enthusiasm, the David Guiraud gallery announces the launch of the first exhibition planned as part of the project focused on the representation of the male body in the history of photography (exhibition 1/8).
The first exhibition of the project explores the reasons that led to the creation of the first images representing a male body in the history of photography. In the 19th century, artists rarely signed their work on the subject, so the gallery opted for a thematic approach in invent… more
Galerie David Guiraud is delighted to present an exhibition of photographs by Jan Saudek, a renowned Czech artist born in 1935. The 37 original prints selected for this exhibition, most of which are period prints, were produced in the 1970s and 1980s, the Prague native’s most creative years. This is the second time that the gallery has had the opportunity to host an exhibition of Saudek’s works from a major French private collection. The distinctive colour palette in the photographs… more
Photographies scientifiques et expérimentales (1870 - 1970)
une sélection de nus féminins et masculins, par des photographes classiques de la seconde moitié du 20e siècle.
Raymond Carrance (1921-1998) was a French photographer, painter and illustrator. He was also known for his homoerotic images, published under the name of "Czanara".
Carrance's career began in advertising, as a draughtsman for the likes of Perrier and illustrating the works of Jules Renard, Cyrano de Bergerac and Henry de Montherlant. His photographs referenced his private life and were a source of inspiration for drawings and engravings. Carrance never intended to sell his photog… more
Les bergers d'Arcadie
Galerie David Guiraud is proud to present, with the complicity of baudoin lebon, an exceptional collection of photographs by Wilhem Von Gloeden, Guglielmo Plüschow and Vincenzo Galdi, recently found in the archives of the Galerie Texbraun, in Paris.
• Pioneers in the history of photography
Two expatriated German aristocrats in Italy and a young Italian model, initiated to the art of photography, these are the pioneers of the masculine and homo-erotic photography at the turn of th… more