Exhibitions to see

Raúl Cañibano: Human Landscapes
26 January – 7 April 2024

Human Landscapes brings together early and recent works by Raúl Cañibano (b.1961, Havana). Showcasing images taken over three decades, this exhibition celebrates Cañibano’s profound love for his native Cuba.

Cañibano’s large, open-ended photographic essays explore the complexity of urban and rural life in Cuba. Taking an anthropological approach, he documents a way of life that he believes will soon vanish. Having traveled extensively across the country, often living with his subjects for months at a time, Cañibano offers an intimate and nuanced perspective on the island’s identity. Human Landscapes provides a window into Cañibano’s Cuba, from the small farming communities of his childhood to the exuberance of Havana and the Malecón.

Gallery: The Photographers’ Gallery, 16 – 18 Ramillies Street, London, W1F 7LW – Photographer’s Gallery


Exteriors — Annie Ernaux & Photography
28 February – 26 May 2024 / MEP, Paris

Exteriors — Annie Ernaux and Photography celebrates the close relationship between photography and the writing of Annie Ernaux, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2022, through texts from her book Exteriors (Journal du dehors), 1993, and photographs from the MEP collection. The exhibition is the product of a residency conducted by the curator and writer Lou Stoppard in April 2022, which focused on using the MEP collection as a catalyst for new research and linking photography to other mediums.

MEP – 5/7 rue de Fourcy 75004 Paris / +33 (0)1 44 78 75 00 – Maison Européenne de la Photographie

ICONIC AVEDON: A Centennial Celebration of Richard Avedon
January 22–March 2, 2024

Photography for me has always been a sort of double-sided mirror. The one side reflecting my subject, the other reflecting myself.

—Richard Avedon

Gagosian is pleased to announce Iconic Avedon: A Centennial Celebration of Richard Avedon, at the gallery on rue de Ponthieu, Paris, from January 22 to March 2, 2024. The exhibition marks the centenary of Avedon’s birth in May 1923. Often attributed to his photographs, the word iconic applies equally to their maker, and is used here to illuminate his exceptional influence on culture today.

GAGOSIAN GALLERY, 4 rue de Ponthieu 75008 Paris
View Map+33 1 75 00 05 92 –  paris@gagosian.com
Hours: Tuesday–Saturday 10:30–6:30

Feb. 17 – Apr. 27, 2024


The show will run from February 17th – April 27th, with a reception and book signing with the artist from 5-7pm, on Saturday the 17th of February.  This will be the artist’s second solo exhibition at the gallery.

The images that comprise the exhibition are drawn from the photographer’s compelling and kindhearted portraits made between 1979-85 of people living in working class and ethnic neighborhoods in her hometown, as well as in the towns she visited each summer during her annual road trips through the eastern and southern regions of the country.  The exhibition will showcase both a selection of vintage gelatin silver prints, as well as 16 x 20 inch modern gelatin silver prints, which are the result of the photographer revisiting her archive of negatives and contact sheets from the early 1980s where she discovered a trove of captivating images that had never been printed.  Of the work, Sohier observes, “ I noticed a kind of relaxed sensuality in many of the pictures. A kind of theater of the streets emerged”.


Human / Nature
Encountering Ourselves in the Natural World

Our impact on nature has far-reaching consequences, as we know from our changing climate. Human / Nature will explore our faceted relationship with the natural world, including moments of harmony and recovery, as well as our tendency toward destruction. The show will shepherd viewers through scenes reflecting on the impact of urbanization and climate change on worldwide ecosystems.


Human / Nature is comprised of 14 artists whose work explores, in various ways, humankind’s fraught and mutually beneficial relationship with nature.

Alfredo De Stefano
Brendan Pattengale
Cig Harvey
David Ụzọchukwu
Djeneba Aduayom
Edward Burtynsky
Helene Schmitz
Inka & Niclas
Lewis Miller
Lori Nix / Kathleen Gerber
Ori Gersht
Pat Kane
Santeri Tuori
Yan Wang Preston

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