“Who Shot Sports”


Through January 8, 2017, photographs by Jacques Henri Lartigue are shown in the exhibition “Who Shot Sports: A Photographic History, 1843 to the Present” at the Brooklyn Museum in New York. Driven to freeze action and portray what the naked eye alone cannot see, sports photographers have an important place in the history of photography. […]

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Jacques Henri Lartigue and Doctor Pierre Boucard


          Jacques Henri Lartigue’s images spill over with the joy he felt among the family members, friends, and lovers he immortalized in his photographs. One of the most prominent figures in his photos is his brother-in-law, Dr. Pierre Boucard. From 1920 to 1930, Lartigue visited this doctor and researcher (inventor of […]

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Lartigue in Opio


    Commemorating the thirtieth anniversary of the death of Jacques Henri Lartigue (1894-1986), the Opiom Gallery and the Town Hall in Opio – a village in the South of Frnce where Lartigue lived for many years - , in collaboration with the Donation Lartigue, present an exhibition entitled “The Colors of Opio.” On display through December […]

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Lartigue and Doisneau… Portraits of Horses


      From July 9 to 27 September, on the occasion of the 2016 Impressionist Festival in Normandy, the Haras natiinal du Pin – the first royal stables built between 1715 and 1730, in the Orne in Normandy, nicknamed “Versailles for horses” – presents the exhibition « Doisneau, Lartigue, un autre portrait du cheval (another […]

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Life, Love… Lartigue in Amsterdam

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          From March 26 to May 21, 2016, the gallery Vassie in Amsterdam presents the exhibition Love, Life… Lartigue,  in its fourth collaboration with the Donation Lartigue (Halcyon Days in 2005 ;  Joie de vivre in 2007 ; and in 2014,  Winter in Amsterdam).   Lartigue’s  family, friends, women in his life, holidays… this selection of images expresses […]

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Lartigue curated by novelist William Boyd

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  From June 8th to August 9th, the Michael Hoppen Gallery in London presents “The Blink of an Eye,” revealing Lartigue’s world through the eyes of British author William Boyd, a fervent admirer of Lartigue and author of “An English in the Tropics” or “The Many Lives of Amory Clay” (a dazzling portrait of a […]

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The Floating World in Nice


    Presented for the first time in France, the exhibition “Jacques Henri Lartigue, A Floating World” is at the Théâtre de la Photographie et l’Image Charles Nègre in Nice from June 17th to September 25th. Some 200 photographs highlight the theme of passing moments, the brevity of happiness and life’s fragility. Curated by Martine […]

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