An event, typically a gallery exhibition or appearance - see also Event.

A Trio of Leica Shooters to Exhibit

This post brings news of three separate Leica shooters, all exhibiting their works. From the articles, "Marianne Seefrieds Second Career" (in English), "Marcus Krüger Stops the Time with His Photos" (in English) and "A Man, His Camera, and the Residue of War comes news of Marianne Seefried, Marcus Krüger and Jean Mohr (pictured above) - three vastly differing photographers, bound by the same thing - a Leica in their hands. Read more below for details!


Helen Levitt: New York Streets Exhibits

From Jim Casper over on LensCulture comes word of an exciting exhibition; "Helen Levitt: New York Streets 1938 to 1990s". A remarkable retrospective of Helen Levitt’s street photography from New York is being shown now at the Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation in Paris. The exposition spans seven decades of her photographs made mostly throughout working-class neighborhoods in New York. Another exhibit of her works will be at the Telfair Museums in Savannah, GA from April 25 to September 21, 2014. Read more below for additional info.

Wim Wenders Exhibit in Rome

Regulars of this site have surely seen the Wim Wenders Movie for Leica Camera we posted back in 2011 (which actually dates to 2008) and know that he's no stranger to Leica. We received news of Wim Wenders on display in Rome with Urban Solitude (in Italian)! Twenty-five photographs will be on display at the Palazzo Incontro in Rome, accompanied by texts and haiku, from April 18 to July 6, 2014 - from Tuesday through Sunday, from 11am to 7pm. They're closed on Mondays but open on an exceptional basis on April 21 and June 2, 2014. Tickets are €6-8 per person. Read more below for details and translation!


Andrew Tonn in Ukraine Exhibition

Over on The Columbus Dispatch (Ohio) is a story called "Photos document tough conditions in forgotten corner of Ukraine". It's about an Ohio-based charity Sharing America's Resources Abroad and its former media director, Andrew Tonn... As part of a medical relief mission to institutions and settlements in the Transcarpathian region of Ukraine, he photographed some of the population for his series “The Faces of Transcarpathia.” He took only a single Leica camera and a 50mm lens on the trip, shooting everywhere. Read more below for details and video.

SaraLee Pindar - Leica Inspires Lifelong Passion

One of our favorite kinds of articles... Where someone is gifted a camera (in this case a Leica) and catches "the bug" - turning photography into a lifelong passion! The Burlington County Times is running the story of SaraLee Pindar who's been shooting ever since the late 1950's when she got the camera from her uncle. But it was her artistic mother who really shaped her. Check out the article, called "The art of photography" to read about her exhibit, which runs through April 24, 2014 and is spread over three areas of the Pemberton Library in Browns Mills, NJ. You can view her images from around the world, shot during travels with her husband, who died last summer. We won't hold it against her that she seems to prefer a Nikon these days...


Berthold Socha Exhibition

In a region of Germany near and dear to our hearts, comes news from the Westfälische Nachrichten about the "Exhibition of Berthold Socha - Evocative photographs" (in German). Born in 1940, he's always had his eye out in the usual locations for unusual situations and has traveled the world with his Leica M6. Read more below for translation.