A comprehensive programme with Ralph Gibson will take place at the Leica Gallery São Paulo to complement his Political Abstractions exhibition being held from October 29 to December 18, 2015.
Political Abstractions is the second exhibition to be held at the Leica Gallery São Paulo since its inauguration ceremony back in August. The vernissage will take place on October 29 in the presence of the artist, and will include an autograph session. In addition to a film about Gibson’s career, the photographer’s book of the same title will also be presented at the exhibition.
Gibson will also be running a two-day workshop titled Finding a Visual Identity in a Digital Age, on October 30 and 31. In addition, the Leica Gallery São Paulo is hosting an Artist’s Talk with the Leica photographer on the last week-end of October.
Ralph Gibson was born in LA in 1939, and studied photography in the US Navy and at the San Francisco Art Institute. He worked as an assistant for Dorothea Lange and Robert Frank, and founded Lustrum Press in 1969. You can learn more about Gibson’s pictures in the Mono portfolio appearing in LFI 2/2014
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