At Paris Photo 2019, Hamiltons’ exhibition was divided into four main sections.
In the first room, we celebrated the 50th anniversary of man setting foot on the moon with photographs by Richard Avedon of three members of the ‘Mercury Seven’, as well as a picture of Apollo 11 by Hiro and a new picture of the reflected Milky Way by Australian photographer Murray Fredericks.
In the second room, we juxtaposed the paintings of Irving Penn with some of his well-known photographs, as an insight into the way the artist and photographer thought and worked.
In our third room, we presented rarely or never-before-seen prints by Helmut Newton, pairing variants with their more famous originals.
In the final room we show new work by Mario Testino and Don McCullin alongside photographs by Robert Frank and Herb Ritts.
The outside of our booth showed Erwin Olaf, Philippe Garner, Daido Moriyama and the complete series of ‘Interstate’ pictures by Richard Avedon.