04 May

Portfolio: the big “Autophoto” event at the Cartier Foundation

 

Thirty years ago, the Cartier Foundation paid a “Hommage to Ferrari”, today it’s widening its field with a new exhibition entitled “Autophoto”. A look back at two centuries of automobiles through the work of major photographers including Juergen Teller, Jacques Henri Lartigue, William Eggleston, Peter Lippmann…

By The editorial team

  • Andrew Bush, Woman Waiting to Proceed South at Sunset and Highland Boulevards, Los Angeles, at Approximately 11:59 a.m. One Day in February 1997, 1997 Série Vector Portraits Tirage chromogène, 122 × 151 cm Courtesy M+B Gallery, Los Angeles © Andrew Bush
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  • Luciano Rigolini, Tribute to Giorgio de Chirico, 2017 Duratrans dans une boîte lumineuse, 124 x 154 cm Collection de l'artiste © Luciano Rigolini (appropriation - photographe inconnu, 1958)
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  • Malick Sidibé, Taximan avec voiture, 1970 Tirage gélatino-argentique, 40 x 30 cm Courtesy Galerie Magnin-A, Paris © Malick Sidibé
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  • Langdon Clay Zizka Cleaners car, Buick Electra Série Cars, New York City, 1976 Diaporama Courtesy de l'artiste © Langdon Clay
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  • Justine Kurland, 280 Coup, 2012 Impression jet d'encre, 47 x 61 cm Courtesy de l’artiste / Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York © Justine Kurland
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  • Jacques Henri Lartigue, Une Delage au Grand Prix de l’Automobile Club de France, circuit de Dieppe, 26 juin 1912 Tirage gélatino-argentique, 30 x 40 cm Donation Jacques Henri Lartigue, Charenton-le-Pont Photographie Jacques Henri Lartigue © Ministère de la Culture – France / AAJHL
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  • William Eggleston, série Los Alamos, 1965-1968 Tirage Dye Transfer, 40,5 × 50,5 cm Eggleston Artistic Trust, courtesy David Zwirner, New York / Londres © Eggleston Artistic Trust, courtesy David Zwirner, New York / Londres
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  • Óscar Fernando Gómez, série Windows, 2009 Diaporama Courtesy Martin Parr Studio, Bristol © Óscar Fernando Gómez
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  • Lee Friedlander, California, 2008 Série America by Car Tirage gélatino-argentique, 37,5 × 37,5 cm Courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco © Lee Friedlander, courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco
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  • Óscar Fernando Gómez, série Windows, 2009 Diaporama Courtesy Martin Parr Studio, Bristol © Óscar Fernando Gómez
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  • William Eggleston, série Los Alamos, c. 1974 Tirage jet d'encre, 56 × 73,5 cm Eggleston Artistic Trust, Memphis © Eggleston Artistic Trust, Memphis
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  • Ray K. Metzker, Washington, DC, 1964 Tirage gélatino-argentique, 20 × 25,5 cm Courtesy Les Douches la Galerie, Paris / Laurence Miller Gallery, New York © Estate Ray K. Metzker, courtesy Les Douches la Galerie, Paris / Laurence Miller Gallery, New York
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  • Stéphane Couturier, MELT, Toyota n° 8, 2005 Série Melting Point, Usine Toyota, Valenciennes Tirage chromogène, 92 × 137 cm Collection de l'artiste, courtesy La Galerie Particulière, Paris / Bruxelles © Stéphane Couturier
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  • Rosângela Rennó, série Cerimônia do Adeus, 1997-2003 Tirage chromogène monté sous plexiglas, 50 × 68 cm Courtesy de l’artiste / Cristina Guerra Contemporary Art, Lisbonne © Rosângela Rennó
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  • Lee Friedlander, Montana, 2008 Série America by Car Tirage gélatino-argentique, 37,5 × 37,5 cm Courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco © Lee Friedlander, courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco
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  • Peter Lippmann, Citroën Traction 7, 2012 Série Paradise Parking Tirage chromogène, 75 × 100 cm Collection de l'artiste © Peter Lippmann
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  • Peter Keetman, Hintere Kotflügel, 1953 Série Eine Woche im Volkswagenwerk Tirage gélatino-argentique, 27 × 24,5 cm Nachlass Peter Keetman / Stiftung F.C. Gundlach, Hambourg © Nachlass Peter Keetman / Stiftung F.C. Gundlach, Hambourg
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  • Juergen Teller, OJ Simpson no. 5, Miami, 2000 Impression giclée, 51 x 61 cm Collection de l'artiste © Juergen Teller, 2017
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  • Óscar Fernando Gómez, série Windows, 2009 Diaporama Courtesy Martin Parr Studio, Bristol © Óscar Fernando Gómez
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  • Óscar Fernando Gómez, série Windows, 2009 Diaporama Courtesy Martin Parr Studio, Bristol © Óscar Fernando Gómez
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  • Óscar Fernando Gómez, série Windows, 2009 Diaporama Courtesy Martin Parr Studio, Bristol © Óscar Fernando Gómez
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  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

  • The “Autophoto” retrospective brings together the artistic work of some 100 photographers around the aesthetic, social and industrial facets of the automobile. With 450 classic shots, this nostalgic lurch, from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day, features some of the most stunning works in the domain. Juergen Teller, William Eggleston, Robert Doisneau, Brassaï and others lead us to the discovery or rediscovery of these legendary clichés. 

     

    “Autophoto”, until 24th september 2017, Cartier Fondation, 261, boulevard Raspail, 75014, Paris.

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