Exhibitions abroad

Jacques Henri Lartigue Photographer. Time rediscovered

“I would like to capture everything, even the unattainable,” Jacques Henri Lartigue wrote in his journal. From September 29th to November 26th, 33 highly personal photographs are presented in “Jacques Henri Lartigue Photographer, Time rediscovered” at the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum in Milan, in the heart of a neo-Renaissance mansion belonging to a noble family.   […]

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Lartigue travels…

Several touring exhibitions organized by the Donation Jacques Henri Lartigue pursue their travels throughout France and beyond. Among them is Jacques Henri Lartigue, la Belle France, a new version of an exhibition imagined by Florian Rodari in 2010 for the Fundacio La Caixa in Barcelona.  The exhibition -which includes the above image taken by Lartigue on his honeymoon at the Hôtel des Alpes, Chamonix, […]

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Dani, Grand Prix de La Baule

Along with our wishes for a happy new year, we are delighted to share this photograph, which will be shown in 2017 in several exhibitions organized in collaboration with the Lartigue Donation, including “J. H. Lartigue: Images of a Floating World,” organized by Florian Rodari, which will be presented at the Sang Sang Foundation in […]

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Lartigue in “Who Shot Sports” at the Brooklyn Museum

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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Lartigue curated by novelist William Boyd

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 photographer). […]

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Capturing Moments of Joy in Saitama, Japan

    While they celebrate the present, Lartigue’s photographs also conceal his palpable anguish about the passing of time; he felt photography might be capable of preserving happiness, of preventing its disappearance. Such precious, fleeting moments are highlighted in the exhibition “Jacques-Henri Lartigue, Capturing Moments of Joy” at the Saitama Modern Art Museum, Kita-Urawa Park, […]

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Life, Love… and Lartigue in Amsterdam

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 the irrepressible joie de vivre,  bringing together historic […]

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Lartigue in Germany

From a very young age, Lartigue was conscience that happiness was ephemeral, that he wanted to preserve those miraculous, fleeting moments of joy. « It is not that I want to capture ideas but rather the scent of my own happiness ! I have been overtaken head on by an indefinable impulse… »   Jacques […]

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Lartigue at the Frick Art Museum, Pittsburgh, USA

  From 6 February to 15 May 2016, the exhibition “Fast Cars and Femmes Fatales: The Photographs of Jacques Henri Lartigue” is on display at the Frick Art & Historical Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the historic mansion where the famous industrialist and collector Henry Clay Frick (1849-1919) once lived. As the title suggests, the 125 […]

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Lartigue in Amsterdam

From January 22 to April 3, 2016, the exhibition “Lartigue, Life in Color,” which was on display at the Maison européenne de la photographie, Paris, last summer, was then on display at the Foam museum in Amsterdam, where it was admired by 46,683 visitors. “For me, life and color are inseparable (…)  I wouldn’t know how […]