Month: November 2016


REVIEW: Paris Photo 2016: Louis Faurer at Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson

For those of us not already acquainted with the work of Louis Faurer, the centenary of his birth is high time to get to know this “quiet” great of American photography. In the 1950s and 60s Faurer was a successful fashion photographer, working in New York for Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, Mademoiselle, and Glamour, and as staff photographer for the visionary ...


REVIEW: Paris Photo 2016: “Provoke” at Le Bal

Tucked away down a quiet alley, a few paces from the Pathé multiplex, Castorama DIY superstore, and permanently snarled traffic of Place de Clichy, Le Bal is one of those places you’re unlikely to stumble across by accident. To those in the know, however, Le Bal is an oasis of civilised calm – a bijou ...


REVIEW: Paris Photo 2016: “Entre l’Art et la Mode”

Carla Sozzani began collecting photography in the early 70s, two decades before Paris Photo was a twinkle in anybody’s eye.  Sozzani didn’t think of photography as an investment, simply as a way of keeping “souvenirs” of her work and friends – which makes a lot of sense if your friends include Helmut Newton, Bruce Weber ...


REVIEW: Paris Photo 2016: Day One, The Grand Palais

Interviewed this week about new developments at Paris Photo 2016, Howard Greenberg, one of New York’s most venerable photography dealers, said: “The only real problem with these works is their size. Some of my collectors have run out of wall space.”  First world problems, huh? Given that this year’s photo fair opened the day after Trump ...


NEWS: We Are Now Contributing to Witness by the World Press Photo Foundation

We are excited to announce that you will now be able to read exclusive articles by UNP founder, curator and writer Grant Scott within the Witness publication created by the World Press Photo Foundation on Medium throughout 2017. You can follow Witness at You can also follow the UNP on Medium at