Sam Shaw Exhibition Tour Opening at the Filmmuseum Potsdam
January 27, 2017
2017 started strong with the opening of the Sam Shaw 60 Years of Photography exhibition tour at Germany's oldest film museum, the Filmmuseum Potsdam. For the duration of the exhibition, various films Sam Shaw produced, directed and photographed will be screened at the Filmmuseum, including Zorba the Greek, A Streetcar Named Desire, Paris Blues, The Seven Year Itch, Opening Night and a rarely seen documentary about the punk band Blondie.
Exhibition at the Albertina Museum in Vienna
November 4, 2016
Sam Shaw's iconic Marilyn Monroe flying-skirt photograph is featured in the current exhibition "Film Stills: Photography Between Advertising, Art and The Cinema" on view now at Albertina Museum in Vienna, Austria through February 26, 2017.
Sam Shaw Exhibition Travels to Prague
October 4, 2016
The "Sam Shaw: 60 Years of Photography" exhibition opening reception at its fifth museum venue, the Prague City Gallery - House of Photography, takes place on October 10th, 2016. Celebrating the opening will be Magdalena Juříková, The Director of Prague City Gallery, Thomas Buchsteiner, Director of BuchsteinerArt-Management, Olga Malá, curator of Prague City Gallery, Edie Shaw Marcus and Meta Shaw Stevens, Sam Shaw's daughters, and Lorie Karnath, author of the exhibition catalog. The exhibition is on view to the public from October 11, 2016 through January 15, 2017.
Sam Shaw Exhibition Opens at the City Museum of Heilbronn, Germany
June 14, 2016
The "Sam Shaw: 60 Years of Photography" exhibition opens this week at its fourth museum venue, the City Museum of Heilbronn. The mayor of Heilbronn, Martin Diepgen, along with the City Museum's director Dr. Marc Gundel, curator Dr. Kerstin Skrobanek and author of the exhibition catalog Lorie Karnath, will speak at the opening celebration this Friday, June 17. The exhibition will then run from June 18 through September 25, 2016.
Sam Shaw Exhibition Tour Opening at the City Gallery Museum in Regensburg, Germany
March 15, 2016
The Sam Shaw: 60 Years of Photography exhibition tour opens at the City Gallery museum of Regensburg, Germany this Friday March 18. The mayor of Regensburg, Gertrud Maltz-Schwarzfischer, along with the City Gallery's director Dr. Reiner Meyer, and author of the exhibition catalog Lorie Karnath will speak at the opening celebration. On view through May 15, 2016.
Exhibition: Last Week to See Sam Shaw 60 Years of Photography at Opelvillen Museum
February 22, 2016
Go see the Sam Shaw: 60 Years of Photography exhibition tour at Opelvillen Arts and Cultural Foundation in Russelsheim, Germany -- closing February 28th!
Exhibition: Last Days of Audrey Hepburn Portraits of An Icon at The Wilson Museum
February 9, 2016
Last days to see the exhibition Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon at The Wilson museum in Cheltenham, UK. The show includes two portraits by Sam Shaw. Above, Shaw photographing Hepburn in Paris, 1957.
Juliette Greco "L'Essentielle" Box Set
December 1, 2015
Universal Music has released a 13 CD compilation of Greco's work featuring photographs of the chanteuse by Sam Shaw.
Sam Shaw Exhibition Tour continues to Germany
November 17, 2015
Join us for the opening reception of the Sam Shaw: 60 Years of Photography exhibition tour in Germany on November 22 at Opelvillen Arts and Cultural Foundation in Russelsheim, Germany. Public opening November 25!
Sam Shaw Exhibition Tour Launch
September 7, 2015
We are pleased to announce the launch of the exhibition tour Sam Shaw: 60 Years of Photography on September 11, 2015 at the Cultural Center of Cascais, Portugal. The solo exhibition includes over 200 photographs, some never before seen, along with vintage magazines, letters, and other archival material from Shaw's long photography and filmmaking career. The exhibition will run through November 8th in Portugal and then continues to Germany and other European locations.
The Best of Vanity Fair
August 1, 2015
Vanity Fair's "Hollywood Power" special edition features multiple Sam Shaw photos of agent and producer Charles K. Feldman, including a picture with Marilyn Monroe from one of his most famous film, The Seven Year Itch.
Documentary: Listen to Me Marlon
July 29, 2015
The revelatory documentary about Marlon Brando is based on 200 hours of recently discovered recordings Brando made during his lifetime, and includes photographs by Sam Shaw. Opening July 29, 2015 at New York City's famous Film Forum. This Showtime documentary film is a must see!
Exhibition: Audrey Hepburn Portraits of an Icon
July 2, 2015
On view now through October 18, 2015: the National Portrait Gallery in London's exhibition Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of An Icon. A selection of more than seventy images including two by Sam Shaw, one of which is shown here for the first time alongside other leading twentieth-century photographers, such as Richard Avedon, Cecil Beaton, Terry O’Neill, Norman Parkinson and Irving Penn. The exhibition also includes an array of vintage magazine covers, film stills, and extraordinary archival material.
Review: Audrey Hepburn Portraits of An Icon
June 19, 2015
The Guardian favorably reviewed one of Sam Shaw's photos that appears for the first time in the current National Portrait Gallery's Audrey Hepburn exhibition, saying "She is sitting at a bar wearing a coat, surrounded by laughing, drinking men. She stares straight at us, with the loneliness of someone in an Edward Hopper painting. There is more poignancy and depth in this single photo than in the entire movie..."
Book: The Star Eaters
March 27, 2015
Sam Shaw's portrait of writer Romain Gary appears on the cover of the latest South Korean publication of Gary's Les Mangeurs d'Etoiles (The Star Eaters). This is the fifth cover portrait by Sam Shaw from the series by South Korean publisher Maumsanchaek.
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MARILYN: I WANNA BE LOVED BY YOUThe exhibition Marilyn: I Wanna Be Loved By You at the Hotel de Caumont Centre D'Art in Aix-en-Provence, France, features works by Sam Shaw, André de Dienes, Milton Greene, Philippe Halsman, Eve Arnold, Cecil Beaton, Richard Avedon, Ed Feingersh, George Barris, Bert Stern, and others. On view from October 22, 2016 to May 1, 2017.