America in Crisis will bring together 40 leading American photographers and over 120 works exploring social change in the U.S from the 1960s till today. Organized by Saatchi Gallery, the exhibition is curated by Sophie Wright, Gregory Harris from Atlanta’s High Museum of Art, and LA-based photographer and academic Tara Pixley.
The exhibition "Found Not Lost" devoted to the American photographer Elliott Erwitt proposes the meeting of two views that the artist has been able to bring to the world.
The exhibition Elliott Erwitt Family is composed by 60 black and white shots that explore the various facets of the ineffable, all-encompassing concept of family. The photographs of the celebrated photographer Elliott Erwitt have immortalized moments in the daily lives of key figures of the last century, without omitting any opportunity for delicate irony in his work.
Over 170 previously unseen images have been published for the first time in Found, Not Lost. Spanning more than sixty years, the photographs in the book, often taken during lulls or breaks between assignments in his prolific career, have been selected, edited and sequenced by Erwitt himself. Two Special Editions with prints are available for a limited time.
‘Found, Not Lost’: Never before seen pictures by Elliott Erwitt handpicked from his personal archive