post-title Philip-Lorca diCorcia | Sprüth Magers Berlin (Online) | 29.03.-19.04.2022

Philip-Lorca diCorcia | Sprüth Magers Berlin (Online) | 29.03.-19.04.2022

Philip-Lorca diCorcia | Sprüth Magers Berlin (Online) | 29.03.-19.04.2022

Philip-Lorca diCorcia | Sprüth Magers Berlin (Online) | 29.03.-19.04.2022

until 19.04. | #3400ARTatBerlin | Sprüth Magers Berlin is currently presenting a charity exhibition by artist Philip-Lorca diCorcia in aid of the Red Cross Crisis Appeal for Ukraine. The exhibition is shown online.

In 1996, the American photographer Philip-Lorca diCorcia shot hundreds of frames in the Ukrainian city of Odessa. As a strategic and cultural hub on the Black Sea, Ukraine’s third-largest city occupies a unique position both geographically and within the psyche of a nation that now finds its future sovereignty in peril.

ART at Berlin - courtesy of Sprüth Magers - Philip-Lorca diCorcia - Odessa 1Philip-Lorca diCorcia Odessa, 1996, Digital c-print on Kodak matte paper,
25.4 × 20.3 cm (image size), 30.5 × 25.4 cm (paper size), © Philip-Lorca diCorcia

In this online exhibition, a run of unlimited edition prints of these photographs depicting the everyday life of a city at peace will be sold with all the proceeds donated to the Red Cross to aid the humanitarian crisis currently unfolding in Ukraine.

A selection of these prints will be displayed at our Berlin, London and Los Angeles locations.

ART at Berlin - courtesy of Sprüth Magers - Philip-Lorca di Corcia - Odessa 2
Philip-Lorca diCorcia Odessa, 1996, Digital c-print on Kodak matte paper,
20.3 × 25.4 cm (image size), 25.4 × 30.5 cm (paper size), © Philip-Lorca diCorcia

Philip-Lorca diCorcia (*1951, Hartford, CT). Selected solo exhibitions include TRAMPS, New York (2019), Hepworth Wakefield (2014), Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt and Museum de Pont, Tilburg (both 2013), LACMA, Los Angeles (2008), Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston (2007), Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, Centre National de la Photographie, Paris, Museum Folkwang, Essen, Magazin 3, Stockholm Konsthall, Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice and Centro de Artes Visuais, Coimbra (all 2003/2004), Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid (1997) and Museum of Modern Art, New York (1993)

Online-exhibition dates: Tuesday, 29. March – Tuesday, 19. April 2022

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Image caption title: Philip-Lorca diCorcia Odessa, 1996, Digital c-print on Kodak matte paper, 20.3 × 25.4 cm (image size), 25.4 × 30.5 cm (paper size), © Philip-Lorca diCorcia

Exhibition Philip-Lorca diCorcia – Sprüth Magers Berlin | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Galleries Berlin | ART at Berlin

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