Based in Antwerp (Belgium), Gallery FIFTY ONE & FIFTY ONE TOO are specialised in fine art photography & works on paper. Since its founding in 2000, the gallery focuses on 20th and 21st-Century photography (vintage, classic, fashion, African and contemporary).Read More
Since 2009, the gallery started a New York office to meet the growing demands of American clients.
Since 2011, the gallery started an ongoing dialogue between photography and works on paper. Regularly exhibitions are organised to emphasise the artistic gaze of photography.
In 2014 a new gallery space opened its doors: FIFTY ONE TOO.
At the Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, PROVOKE – Opposing Centrism unfurls the history of the renowned post-war avantgarde artist group Provoke, which included figures like Daido Moriyama.
Joe Miranda questions the promise of the NGV Triennial 2020 to capture the 'world at this unique moment'.
Taipei Connections seeks to build a bridge between galleries and collectors separated by COVID-19.
The longest-running art fair in Asia returned to Taipei's World Trade Center for its 26th edition in October.
Steve McCurry has achieved legendary status with his documentary photography, and is perhaps best known for his portrait of the Afghan Girl with the piercing green eyes published in 1985.But the in
After moving on from a successful career in photojournalism in 2003 to pursue his personal work, the photographer Michael Wolf, who has died unexpectedly aged 64, devoted himself to exploring the comp
'I see myself as an anthropologist,' Michael Wolf tells me as he guides me around his show, Informal Arrangements (27 November 2015–9 January 2016), at Flowers Gallery in London's East End. The den
‘A photograph brings me so much joy, they’re beautiful objects,’ says Sir Elton John, discussing a remarkable collection of 25 works by some of the world’s greatest photographers, to be offered at Ch
Acclaimed Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama's sensual approach to the urban landscape is revealed in this edifying short by the Hong Kong-based filmmaker Ringo Tang. Now in his 70s, Moriyama shot to fame when his grainy black-and-white images depicting a post-war Japan in flux won the country's New Artist Award in 1967 and has since had major...