• Article by Elizabeth Herbert, Art Historian.

    Article by Elizabeth Herbert, Art Historian.

    Francis Willey is often called a Neo-Pictorialist photographer. This stylistic term confronts us with those same classificatory systems of art history that have haunted the dreams of artists, scholars, and connoisseurs for over three centuries. For us, Pictorialism pleasurably conjures the lushly evocative and poetic images of Julia Margaret Cameron and Alfred Steiglitz, but it is useful to remember that their work was not always esteemed. The history of art is a record of reactions and revivals, institutional antipathies, and idiosyncratic personal relationships, as well as sporadic eruptions of creative genius and independent critical commentaries. During the heyday of Straight Photography in the U.S. (around 1940 to 1975), figures like Edward Weston and Ansel Adams poured scorn on The Pictorialists. Such was the vigor of his shadow side that Adams declared William Mortensen, a practitioner of Pictorialism, to be "The Antichrist".
    Our sense of relief at being past that bloody conflagration owes much to the singular American photography critic and historian A.D. Coleman. In a recent lecture titled: "Return of the Suppressed: Pictorialism's Revenge", he asserted that: "...photographic ideas gathered under the loose heading of Pictorialism have climbed out of the dustbin of history, picked themselves up, brushed themselves off and stepped into the mainstream once more".

    Francis Willey's mother gave him a Kodak camera in 1981 when he was twelve. The famous saying (now revealed by the Internet to be a Fake Buddha Quote) that "when the student is ready the teacher will appear" illuminates an essential quality of the creative intelligence behind Willey's lens. Though he describes himself as "self-taught", and "an outsider artist", his oeuvre reveals a profound understanding of the conventions of post-Renaissance European art, and an ongoing engagement with the visual arguments of Delacroix and Ingres, Velasquez, the Pre-Raphaelites, Whistler, Manet, and Renoir. His ongoing series of portraits in black and white also evoke the images of silent film, and their velvety shadows enveloping and amplifying the figures of actors. Cascades, a portrait of dancer Cindy Ansah (2020), with its smoky chiaroscuro, theatrical posture, and diaphanous lighted skeins of fabric bears a strong resemblance to the group of works Willey has collectively named Ghost. Her left arm is lifted obliquely across the frame and toward us like a folded wing, echoing the shape of the lateral vapor that drifts across her uplifted wrist, becoming, in an exquisite visual paradox, a solid swooping line that anchors the heavily sculptural head to the picture plane and integrates it into the image. The space opened between her arms is penetrated by a white triangle which acquires, the longer one looks at it, a boldly abstract life of its own. Into the compartment bounded by tensile, translucent cloth tumbles a wedge of springy dark hair. The elegant geometry of the construction, with its alternation of solid and void, becomes part of her dreamlike movement and the burnished delicacy of her features. She is both transfixed and in motion, in a dream but looking frankly outward. As her gaze meets ours, it is we who are, for a moment, enraptured.

    In Rooms (2019), we see again the strongly established visual boundaries, an outward gaze mediating the unfolding of space behind, and a vibrantly beautiful female subject. This young woman is, but could not be on this scarred and beaten street. It is an environment temporarily vacated rather than empty - we are aware that its habitual residents are poised to reappear. The Rooms sign looms immoveable and thunders with associations. But she too is immoveable, and in her light and fragility, impossible. The long, pale rectangle of the entryway behind her, The line of noisy letters overhead, and the black band of shadow that rises midway from a point between her left shoulder and neck serve to connect her form to the receding walls of the building, the storefront window, and the stained pavement. A light triangle of pavement hovers at her left elbow and is answered on her other side by a parenthetical dark marking on the ground, and a foreshortened bicycle stand that lends a sense of particularity to the location. In her glowing white dress, chastened wavy blonde hair, and mesmerizing pale eyes the subject could be the sister of Mary Princep, who posed for Julia Margaret Cameron as Beatrice Cenci, in 1866. Unlike the Pictorialists, Willey has placed his subject within the unlovely inner city. Such scenes characterize the work of the mid 20th-century group of artists called The Street Photographers, but in Willey's photograph, it is the dissonance between the subject and her surroundings that is the true subject, and the persistent source of its uncanniness.

    The portrait of Ian Keteku - Political Poet, a Canadian poet, musician, and activist, juxtaposes the effects of sharp focus and fragmented diffused light. The crisply particular and the softly evocative suggest both a unique personal identity and effect its transformation into a transcendent presence. His form is tucked squarely and firmly into the angle of the frame, and further fixed into the corner by the black shadow appearing below the edge of his breast pocket, which rises into a crest at the armpit and curves upward toward the shoulder before spreading like dark wing feathers that graze the right vertical edge of the image. The sharp-angled slopes of the lapels are lifted to admit spaces of shadow and volume, and the dazzling sculptural white of his collar is like the fabric wrapping in Cascades, minutely orchestrated elements of light and dark, solid and void, and textures both emphasized and dematerialized. The shoulder is drawn back to suggest impending forward movement, and a personality marked by vigor and strength of character. The fedora - resonant of stylishness, confidence, and masculinity - is set a rakish, larger than life tilt. It functions as both the formal and expressive centre of the photograph; one of many features which raise the portrait from documentary significance into the realm of art. The light he faces is beckoning and enlivening and we are invited to contemplate its private meaning.

    To create a permeable boundary between form and meaning has been the project of artists since the Renaissance, and it has been the self-ascribed task of generations of critics and art historians to analyze, evaluate, and interpret the process of this creation. The great historian of the Italian painters of the Renaissance, Bernard Berenson, was thus transported at the sight of Botticelli's Venus Rising From the Sea: "take this line that renders the roundness of the wrist...the movements of the tossing hair the fluttering draperies, and the dancing waves...- take these lines alone, with all their power of stimulating our imagination of movement, and what do we have? Pure values of movement abstracted, unconnected with any representation whatever." As the Pictorialists knew, the works of photographers as well as painters use the vocabulary of art to show that seeing is the origin of making.
    -Elizabeth Herbert
    Art Historian, Curator, and Writer #Elizabethherbert #FrancisAWilley #Arthistory

  • What's inside Francis Willey's burnt suitcase and other illuminations: What's on in Calgary Feb. 19 -21

    What's inside Francis Willey's burnt suitcase and other illuminations: What's on in Calgary Feb. 19 -21

    CTVNEWS #CTV #FrancisAWilley #canadianartist #35mmfilm #StephenHunt

  • We talk to photographer Francis Willey about his new retrospective on display at this year's Exposure festival. Aired: Feb. 17, 2021

    We talk to photographer Francis Willey about his new retrospective on display at this year's Exposure festival. Aired: Feb. 17, 2021

    CBCListen

    #CBC #Homestretch #FrancisAWilley #Exposurefestival #CBCListen

  • Illumination Exhibition


    Illumination Exhibition | Francis A. Willey at Collectors' Gallery of Art
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    Rico Bottles explores the perspective of different cultures around the world by giving a voice to the people who live them daily alongside his personal narrative.
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  • Illumination

    Illumination

    The Collectors’ Gallery of Art, February 6 – February 28
    Exposure2020
    Hours: see cgoart.com FrancisAWilley
    This exhibition, Illumination, is a celebration of three decades of dedication and love for the art of photography.

    As the first photographer represented by The Collectors’ Gallery of Art, Francis A. Willey brings a unique traditional practice that incorporates romantic lighting and Pictorialist aesthetics in each of his fine art photographic prints, captured on 35mm film.

    Francis A Willey is an internationally awarded and published artist, whose work is part of collections and galleries worldwide. The Alberta-born artist has been working in the photographic medium for over 3 decades and is known best for his signature lighting that takes painterly form. Francis's work has been recognized and compared to the early masters such as Julia Margaret Cameron, Edward Steichen, Alfred Stieglitz, and Emmanuel Radinsky.

    “I have no words, upon seeing blindness”- Alexander McQueen (Fashion Designer)

    “I like how your head works” - Douglas Kirkland (Photographer)

    "Francis, I might not know from where the cold wind blows, but I know what I like and I dig your work. You can take that to the bank on your way mental baby! Don't go, don't go yet, it's wonderful stuff." - Christopher Walken (American actor, dancer, director, screenwriter, and playwright)

    "It's truly beautiful and legitimizes photography as an art. With all the trashy "fashion photography” floating around and unexciting commercial stuff that I do on a regular basis for magazines and print, I've forgotten why I even like to be photographed at all. Your work has just reminded me that it's because once in a great while there's a chance to be part of the creation of an image like yours, where a woman's body or face can be sexy in a softer, subtle way rather than so harshly presented as an object. So thanks." - Christine Donlon (Actress and Writer)

    “Francis is one of my favorite contemporary photographers. His lovely, ethereal, but also very real images show us the magic and mystery can be found in our modern world. We just need to know where to look.” - Dr. Theodora Goss (Senior Lecturer at Boston University. MFA/Ph.D. Boston University.)

    Access: Location is wheelchair accessible
    Child Friendly

  • A study of clouds

    A study of clouds

    A collaborative project of Canadian Poets, writing poems along with solo piano and beats inspired by types of clouds. A healing and meditative soundscape.
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  • Ghost book- Edition 3

    Ghost book- Edition 3

    GHOST BOOK 2020
    {To purchase a book click the link below}

    franciswilley.bigcartel.com/product/gho…

    Ghost book 44 pages, hardcover fine art book. 35mm film images from the series GHOST.

    is his journey into the psyche and soul and shroud of humankind. Based on his personal experiences, visitations with ghosts and angels, spectral beings. He is deeply fascinated by historical textiles and fabrics and uses these materials to wrap and adorn the body.

    His reconciliation with life and the afterlife, He folds in chiaroscuro fashion textiles, that live upon the skin to enhance the shadow. The lighting used would be reflective of the bursts that startled the dark.
    Expressed with 35mm B&W film.

    His search with the ideologies of immortality and mortality, soul or spirit. Clarified in the beginning as an empirically unfounded belief structure, hence an illusion illustriously presented as light and form floating before his eyes, then emblazoned on film to understand faith and the doctrines of the living.

    Signed upon request.

    Edition 3

    The 3 randomly selected books come with a small 5x7 print from the book, textile from ghost.

  • Artwork of the week

    Artwork of the week


    Congratulations to Francis!

    Bronze Winner in Fine
    Art for his Series, The Fragile World, at PX3, The Prix de la Photographie, Paris 2020
    thisfragileworld
    and

    The article in PhotoEd Magazine Winter 20/21 titled, Francis A. Willey's "Blindness" - The Surprising Story of a Single Frame of Film by Kerry Manders
    PhotoEdMagazine

    FRANCIS A. WILLEY
    Longing of a Ghost
    Carbon print on fiber paper - 19" x 13"

    Longing_of_a_ghost

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  • Pandemic poems|Canadian poets on the present

    Pandemic poems|Canadian poets on the present

    Calgary Press Release for Pandemic Poems
    For Immediate Release
    Nov. 18, 2020
    Canadian Poets Ponder the Pandemic: A New Poetry Anthology Coming This Fall
    Hold your horses Calgary! There’s a gorgeous new poetry anthology riding into town.
    Pandemic Poems, edited by writer, translator, and classics professor Dr. Kevin Solez, presents pandemic-themed reflections by forty-nine different poets from across Canada.
    The anthology features fabulous writing from our wonderful Poet Laureate Emerita Sheri-D Wilson, author of A Love Letter to Emily C, winner of the City of Calgary Arts Award, and two-time winner for the Best of Calgary poet award. Also featured are local poets CobraCollins , KirkMiles, and FrancisAWilley, co-founder of the photography magazine SEITIES, whose work has appeared on VogueItalia and has been shown around the world Exhibitions Christian Bök, FRSC, formerly of the University of Calgary and author of Griffin Poetry prize-winning Eunoia contributes his poem “Language is a Virus from Outer Space.” We hear also from the beating heart of the Calgary literary scene, playwright and novelist EugeneStickland, author of Queen Lear and Some Assembly Required.
    Enjoy these authors and many more as they contemplate the world-changing global health crisis we all find ourselves in and the variety of ways people have learned to cope with all the changes the pandemic has brought to daily life.
    For further information on upcoming Pandemic Poems events, or to order a copy of the anthology, please visit the website: Pandemicpoems
    Further information is also available at Pandemic_poems
    As well as being available to order online as a book and ebook, Pandemic Poems is available at Shelf Life Books Pandemicpoems in Calgary. The book is published by Kendall Hunt Higher Education publishing and the price is $45.
    Kevin Solez will be in Calgary on the weekend of Nov. 21-22, conducting socially distanced interviews with poets in the collection and recording some video readings at Calgary landmarks. Kevin is available for telephone, online, or in-person interviews. Please contact kevin_solez@hotmail.com

    Front and back cover art by Francis A. Willey
    Manyeyescity

  • PhotoEd Winter 2020: Beautiful B&W #60

    PhotoEd Winter 2020: Beautiful B&W #60

    Winter 2020: Beautiful B&W #60

    The B&W issue celebrates 20 YEARS in PRINT!
    BLINDNESS_Story
    PhotoEd

    Issue #60!
    Featuring:

    Rosalie Favell - Facing the Camera
    Photography as a Gift By Ruth Bergen Braun
    Matt Williams’ Two Rivers
    Kamelia Pezeshki - Attention to detail
    Francis A. Willey’s “Blindness” By Kerry Manders Kerry_Manders
    Jessica Deeks GIRLS+ ROCK OTTAWA
    Christine Fitzgerald - A fierce and ordinary reality By Brandy Ryan
    Karolina Kuras - Romance, flight, & fluidity By Mark Walton
    Ally Gonzalo BAKLA! By Michelle Joseph
    Kate Roy - Affinity



    & The READERS GALLERY



    Cover by Karolina Kuras

  • 3rd prize in Paris

    3rd prize in Paris

    PX3AWARDS

    One of my favourite photography competitions in Paris, has awarded me 3rd place in fine art for my series-'This fragile world'. I am thrilled to be selected among many inspiring artists from around the world. @px3 #px3 #filmphotography #35mm #fineart #fragileworld #paris

  • Now represented by The Collectors gallery of art in Calgary

    Now represented by The Collectors gallery of art in Calgary
  • manyeyescity

    manyeyescity

    check out this artist's work
    Manyeyescity

  • New Forum Magazine

    New Forum Magazine

    Order Issue 2 of New Forum Magazine. My 35mm image, 'Lady Iliad' graces the cover, glad to be part of this publication that features poetry, short stories, creative non-fiction, and artwork from Alberta writers and artists. This issue includes the winner of the inaugural Flash Fiction Contest!

    To order click link below:
    Issuetwo

    #newforummagazine

  • Calgary Gallery Representation

    Calgary Gallery Representation

    Now represented by The Collectors' Gallery of fine Canadian art in Calgary, Alberta.

    Excited about this next journey.

    TheCollectors'galleryoffineCanadianart

    Blindness

    #collectorsgalleryofart

  • Vaughan

    Vaughan

    In memory of my friend Vaughan Oliver

    VaughanOliver

  • Vampire Bridal Party

    Vampire Bridal Party

    New film score piece

    Vampire Bridal Party

  • new solo piano composition-Light in the window

    new solo piano composition-Light in the window

    From the forthcoming new album of unreleased demos- TBA June 2019.
    Light in the window- Solo piano

    Lightinthewindow

  • Exposing “Identity” at Mount Royal Exposure Festival exhibit

    Exposing “Identity” at Mount Royal Exposure Festival exhibit


    Identity

    Francis A. Willey presents pieces from his series inclusionists which includes themes of gender roles and freedom of expression.

    Francis Willey is a self-taught, traditional 35mm film photographer. Willey’s three images feature drag artists and are part of his ongoing series titled ‘inclusionists.’

    Willey believes that everyone should have the right to express personal identity. “I touch upon gender roles, rights and freedoms to express and build confidences, change stereotypes and build transformative feelings. Drag queens and kings personify freedom of expression through performance and persona with reversed gender roles.”

    Willey hopes that people will experience the MRU exhibition, which can hopefully help expand personal horizons and depth of compassion, support the arts and celebrate photography.

    The group exhibition is Mount Royal’s contribution to Exposure Alberta’s only photography festival, now in its 15th year. Exposure hosts over 30,000 attendees annually, with most events free and open to the public. This is the second year that MRU has taken part, after Curtis Desiatnyk, manager of Insurance and Risk at Mount Royal and long-time member (now chair) of the University Art Committee, took the initiative last year to organize and curate an exhibit around the theme of Reconciliation, which featured Indigenous photographers and poets.

    From Reconciliation to Identity

  • MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSITY Identity Group exhibition

    MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSITY Identity Group exhibition

    MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSITY
    Identity
    Group exhibition
    Exhibition dates: February 7, 2019 - January 31, 2020
    Opening reception: February 7, 3pm

    ‘Identity’ is a photographic exploration of identity through individuality, conformism, the swinging pendulum of societal expectation, and cultural norm. This exhibition investigates the hope of discovering identity and acceptance of self by simultaneously striping away, layering, and absorbing the world around us.

    Curated by Curtis (Dez) Desiatnyk, ‘Identity’ features work by Sanja Lukac, Kaitlin Moerman, Ellen FitzGerald Reichbart, and Francis Willey.


    Gallery hours:
    Mon - Sun: 7am - 10pm

    Identity
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  • Kodak One

    Kodak One

    This is an amazing example as to why the KODAKOne platform was conceived. "There should be recognition of the creator of the work. Images should be protected." Francis A. Willey, 35mm photographer.

    KODAKONE

  • Exposure photography festival

    Exposure photography festival
  • Seities 10th Anniversary Publication Launch Sun 5 PM · Shelf Life Books

     Seities 10th Anniversary Publication Launch Sun 5 PM · Shelf Life Books



    Seities 10th Anniversary Publication Launch

    Feb 17th 2019-Sun 5 PM · Shelf Life Books

    Seities10thissuelaunch

    #seities

  • Exposure Festival- Oracles of Nature

    Exposure Festival- Oracles of Nature

    Location: Arts commons

    Window Galleries (across from Max Bell Theatre in Arts Commons)
    Dates: December 7, 2018 - March 1, 2019
    Artist Reception: Friday, March 1, 2019

    ‘This series pays tribute to the divine woman, an indispensable condition of the highest beauty. Representing the oracle, the mother, or the feminine goddess, an iconographical figure offering spiritual guidance and healing.

    These seers appear as mystics in nature translated onto 35mm colour film, and each conveys the feminine as the oracle, the sister, the ghost, the warrior, and the elemental grandeur.

    This diversity, strength, and wisdom are what profoundly inspires courage and freedom in this tumultuous world.

  • The Storytelling project

    The Storytelling project

    Interview

    Francis A. Willey
    Local photographer learned firsthand the blessing and the curse of digital culture-STEPHEN HUNT

  • Robins

    Robins
  • New film music

    New film music

    new film music
    June 1 2018

    Laughter and sadness

  • Francis A. Willey (Live at CJSW 360)

    Francis A. Willey (Live at CJSW 360)
  • Series of dreams

    Series of dreams

    SERIES OF DREAMS

    SELECTIONS FROM 17 YEARS/68 ISSUES OF SHOTS MAGAZINE

    Edited by RUSSELLJOSLIN

    Series of Dreams

    Russell Joslin references work curated over 17 years as Publisher & Editor of Shots magazine to create a uniquely poetic and conceptually unified collection of imagery which simultaneously comforts, challenges, and delights the viewer. This beautifully printed volume includes 157 striking and memorable works from Joslin’s 68 issues of the magazine. Meticulously sown images are divided into thought-provoking and luscious chapters, but it is much more than a “best of” anthology. Elaborating on the surrealist sensibilities of Joslin’s Black Forest [Candela Books, 2014], Series of Dreams achieves an elusive balance between the humane and the ethereal; that rare and magical aesthetic that lets us experience the universal nature of dreaming while acknowledging the highly personal experience of one’s own dreams. The work of each artist is celebrated and allowed to breathe, each image recognized for its beauty and mystery; this, while the work of Joslin – through his deliberate and purposeful selection and sequencing – offers a sense of community and cohesion.

    Series of Dreams is the debut title of Skeleton Key Press, a new voice in contemporary art publishing. A complete list of contributing artists and photos of the book follows.

    * * *

    "It is Russell Joslin's breathtaking ability to source, to see, to recognize photography that transcends reiteration to become Art, yes, and further to describe Beauty—Beauty as profound and nuanced as kindness is—which defined his 17 year tenure as editor of Shots and is here distilled into intoxicating lucidity." –Sally Mars, from the foreword of Series of Dreams

    * * *

    Published by Skeleton Key Press, February 2018
    ISBN 978-0-9997553-0-3
    9 x 11 in (23 x 28 cm)
    Hardbound, 192 pp
    Designed by Russell Joslin
    Foreword by Sally Mars
    Interview with Russell Joslin

    Contributing artists: Geoffrey Agrons, Jane Fulton Alt, Dave Anderson, Richard Ansett, Éric Antoine, Angela Bacon-Kidwell, Roger Ballen, Allan Barnes, Allison Barnes, Douglas Beasley, Peter Sumner Walton Bellamy, Rita Bernstein, Anne Berry, Julie Blackmon, B.A. Bosaiya, Jeremey Bot, Velibor Božovic, Matthieu Brouillard, Joscha Bruckert, Susan Burnstine, Debbie Fleming Caffery, Rebecca Cairns, Catherine Cameron, Tom Chambers, Polly Chandler, Chang Chao-Tang, Colleen Longo Collins, Monica Denevan, Maggie Diaz, Gina Easley, Smith Eliot, Janieta Eyre, Torkil Færø, Gloria Baker Feinstein, Tobias Feltus and Joseph Feltus (FeltusFeltus), Teresa Flowers, Roman Franc, Susan Friedman, Valerie Galloway, Rimma Gerlovina and Valeriy Gerlovin, Carol Golemboski, Elijah Gowin, Scarlett Hooft Graafland, Brigitte Grignet, Robin Hann, Kip Harris, Cig Harvey, Anna Hayat and Slava Pirsky, Cornelia Hediger, Øyvind Hjelmen, Josef Hoflehner, Eirik Holmøyvik, Kazha Imura, Amy James, Olivia Johnston, Russell Joslin, Bastian Kalous, Keymo, Ghada Khunji, Kevin Kline and Bruce Schultz, Viktor Kolář, Antigone Kourakou, Mariya Kozhanova, George Krause, Aëla Labbé, Alain Laboile, Louviere+Vanessa, EJ Major, Igor Malijevský, Isa Marcelli, Brittany Markert, Sally Mars, Sayaka Maruyama, Edith Maybin, Anne Arden McDonald, Julie Meridian, Bridget Murphy Milligan, Arno Rafael Minkkinen, Beth Moon, Jeff Moorfoot, Robert Moran, Shelly Mosman, Celeste Nelms, Suk Kuhn Oh, Louie Palu, Lydia Panas, Edoardo Pasero, Sean Perry, Ivan Pinkava, Agafia Polynchuk, Douglas Prince, Jacqueline Roberts, Ellen Rogers, William Ropp, Ken Rosenthal, Ed Ross, Sebastian Rut, Steve Schapiro, Nashalina Schrape, Larry Schwarm, Robin Schwartz, Deb Schwedhelm, Lauren Semivan, Jennifer Shaw, J. Shimon & J. Lindemann, Erica Shires, Elizabeth Siegfried, Lauren E. Simonutti, Kristen and Mark Sink, Vojtěch V. Sláma, Aline Smithson, Tone Elin Solholm, Daniel Southard, Vee Speers, Bjørn Sterri, Gordon Stettinius, Håkan Strand, Maura Sullivan, Darla Teagarden, Heiko Tiemann, Sylvie Tillmann, Alexey Titarenko, Pavel Titovich, Ana Tornel, Arthur Tress, Rod Tuach, Bill Vaccaro, Tom Van de Ven, Alexander Veledzimovich, Doifel Videla, Oleg Videnin, Lori Vrba, Garie Waltzer, Helen Warner, Hiroshi Watanabe, Donata Wenders, James Wigger, Francis A. Willey, Michael Wilson, Vanessa Winship, Marc Yankus, Shigeki Yoshida

    Seriesofdreams

  • The Tempest

    The Tempest
  • When we loved

    When we loved


    When we loved:: Solo Piano by Francis A Willey

    Cover painting by Maia Adriana Reinking

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  • modern and contemporary photography at jeschke van vliet in Berlin, Germany. Auktion 117 / Auction 117- catalog 29. September 2017 / September 29th 2017

    modern and contemporary photography at jeschke van vliet in Berlin, Germany. Auktion 117 / Auction 117- catalog 29. September 2017 / September 29th 2017

    Feel fortunate to have my images part of this fine art auction :: Ghost Poetry & The romance of Dante and Beatrice will be part of the moderne and zeitgenössische fotografie / modern and contemporary photography at jeschke van vliet in Berlin, Germany.
    Auktion 117 / Auction 117- catalog
    29. September 2017 / September 29th 2017
    Beginn 15 Uhr, Start at 3 pm
    Moderne und zeitgenössische Kunst, Moderne Photographie, Alte Gemälde, Antiquitäten
    Modern and contemporary Art, Modern Photography, Old Paintings, Antiques


    jeschke van vliet
    #jeschkevanvliet #invaluable #conteporaryart #berlin #kunst #francisawilley #35mm https://m.facebook.com/jeschkevanvliet/
    #auctions #blacknwhite #filmphotography #editions @ Berlin, Germany