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CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 4/2/2013

Lucien Clergue Book Signing at ICP, New York


This Friday night, April 5, noted French photographer Lucien Clergue will sign copies of BrasíliaHatje Cantz's exquisite new collection of Clergue's early '60s black-and-white photographs of the capital of Brazil—at the International Center of Photography Store in New York.

Clergue first won fame for his photographs of nudes, whose sensual use of light and water playing upon torsos enthralled Pablo Picasso and Jean Cocteau, his lifelong mentors. Today he is closely identified with Arles and its environs in the south of France, which he has portrayed for more than a half-century in numerous images of traveling artists, gypsies, war ruins and graves, plants in the swamps of the Camargue, tracks in the sand and bullfighting scenes. Brasília is the first presentation of Clergue
Clergue first won fame for his photographs of nudes, whose sensual use of light and water playing upon torsos enthralled Pablo Picasso and Jean Cocteau, his lifelong mentors. Today he is closely identified with Arles and its environs in the south of France, which he has portrayed for more than a half-century in numerous images of traveling artists, gypsies, war ruins and graves, plants in the swamps of the Camargue, tracks in the sand and bullfighting scenes. Brasília is the first presentation of Clergue's marvelous photographs of Brazil's capital, taken in 1962–63, just a few years after the city was built—a body of work until recently believed to be lost.

Lucien Clergue Book Signing at ICP, New York
Brasilia was developed in 1956, with Lúcio Costa as the principal urban planner, Oscar Niemeyer as the principal architect and Roberto Burle Marx as the landscape designer. Clergue's (mostly unpeopled) portrayals of the metropolis highlight the powerful, upward-sweeping curves of Niemeyer's architecture, while often leaving plenty of space to articulate the cool beauty of its emphatically modernist ambitions. Brasília is a breathtaking celebration of the sublimity of a confident, optimistic architecture, and a crucial rediscovery in the history of architectural photography.

Lucien Clergue Book Signing at ICP, New York
The first photographer to be elected to the Académie des Beaux-Arts in France, Lucien Clergue (born 1934) has published more than 75 books and directed numerous films. His photographs are in the collections of numerous well-known museums and have been exhibited in more than 100 solo exhibitions worldwide, including at The Museum of Modern Art in New York (1961, the last exhibition organized by Edward Steichen).

Lucien Clergue Book Signing at ICP, New York
Lucien Clergue Book Signing at ICP, New York
Lucien Clergue Book Signing at ICP, New York
Lucien Clergue Book Signing at ICP, New York
All photographs are reproduced from Lucien Clergue: Brasília.
Lucien Clergue Book Signing at ICP, New York

Lucien Clergue: Brasília

Lucien Clergue: Brasília

HATJE CANTZ
Hbk, 10.5 x 13.5 in. / 176 pgs / 100 duotone.

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DATE 9/26/2014

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