2 ¼’ closed on 1st June 2019. The show was the first presentation of William Eggleston’s work at the Gallery’s London address and Eggleston’s second solo exhibition since joining David Zwirner in 2016. The show included 17 photographs all taken in 1977.
You don’t think of William Eggleston as a portrait photographer. He is known for his colour shots of the everyday American South in the 60s and 70s – slow-time smalltown scenes with nothing in particular happening, buildings and signage, fields beyond the roadside. But..
The Observer’s deputy picture editor, Jim Powell, rounds up reviews of three exhibitions this week: William Eggleston, Bruce Davidson and Graciela Iturbide at the Barbican, August Sander at New Walk Gallery, Leicester, and Ewen Spencer at the White Cloth Gallery, Leeds
LOS ANGELES, CA.- The J. Paul Getty Museum announced today a gift of 52 photographs by acclaimed Mexican photographer Manuel… Read More
William Eggleston, “Untitled” (Woman Wiping Van, Queens, New YorK), 2002. Pigment print, (55.9 x 71.1 cm) 22 x 28 inches,… Read More