ROSEGALLERY will feature the renowned color works of William Eggleston, as well as the experimental works from contemporary artists, Dirk Braeckman and John Chiara. Also on view will be a selection of vintage Jo Ann Callis prints and never before seen large-scale works by Elger Esser and Robbert Flick.
Following the National Portrait Gallery exhibition of more than 100 works by William Eggleston, ROSEGALLERY will be exhibiting a selection of Eggleston’s distinguished dye transfer prints, “that are utterly unique and highly influential”, as stated by National Portrait Gallery director, Nicholas Cullinan.
On view at Paris Photo for the first time will be a vintage selection of Jo Ann Callis portraits of her androgynous subjects.
ROSEGALLERY will be showcasing the vanguard creations of Dirk Braeckman, 2017 Venice Biennale Belgium Pavilion representative, and John Chiara. As both photographers and craftsmen, Braeckman and Chiara reveal the art of pre and post-production manipulation through unconventional analogue techniques.
Both the works of Elger Esser and Robbert Flick interpret rural and urban topographies. Elger Esser’s photographs are comprised largely of air and water, light and its reflection whereas Robbert Flick presents a multi-frame interpretation of urban geography in a single image.