Natalie Maximova is visual artist who mainly works with analog photography, currently based in Moscow. She graduated from Moscow Rodchenko Art School in 2015 and focusing on her personal projects. Her work has been exhibited in Russia and Europe.
In 2019, the Botín Centre celebrates the 25th anniversary of Itineraries, the annual exhibition that displays the work of the artists awarded the Botín Foundation’s Visual Arts Grant each year, which has been running since 1993.
Alexander Berggruen is pleased to present Ted Gahl: Paintings.Ted Gahl’s recent paintings – created before and during his quarantine – capture loneliness, longing, and the granularity of the present moment. (more…)
Born in Northern France, Jean-Philippe Lebée is a photographer and director who is passionate about life and traveling. After his audiovisual and cinema studies, Jean-Philippe Lebée started to study photography at the school Gobelins in Paris. (more…)
Allan Sekula was an American photographer, writer, critic and filmmaker. Born in Erie, Pennsylvania in 1951, he lived most of his life in Los Angeles and the surrounding regions of southern California.