RRB Photobooks & the Martin Parr Foundation are delighted to present Martin Parr – Early Works. The book covers the early part of Parr’s career, comprised of images shot between 1970 and 1984, mainly in the north of England and Ireland. (more…)
Promote, support emerging artists and favor a larger access to contemporary art on an international level are Magda Danysz gallery’s goals. To achieve it the gallery actively works to offer an always original program, mixing visual art, digital art, urban art… The artists supported by the gallery, for some for a few years now, have now became familiar names, as Miss Van or Obey, in street art, or Ultralab, in digital art, or the leaders of pop surrealism like Ray Caesar and Eric White. Supporting artists from all horizons, Magda Danysz has always placed herself in constant search of the multidisciplinary. Persuaded that the world of art is in constant change, she is thus committed to democratize contemporary art by making her gallery a friendly place of discoveries.
Conscious that promotion of the emerging scene is necessary, Magda Danysz took part in many fairs such as for example Art Brussels, Arte Fiera in Bologna, Artissima in Torino, FIAC in Paris or Pulse in New York, and is one of the four galleries at the origin of the Show Off Paris art fair.
The gallery also works a lot on curatorial projects and collaborations with foreign galleries as for instance in Los Angeles and New York. In addition, Magda Danysz is also member of the board of the Cube, the main French digital art cultural center.