I Observe – Albert Watson, is the exhibition about the polyhedric Scottish photographer that for four decades devoted himself to all the possible fields of photography: portraits, fashion shootings, reportages, expressing the best the subculture of that period. Who doesn’t know his name, for sure have seen at least once his rock images, as the series of the masked monkey or with gun.
Watson lives in New York, and at present he can show off at least 100 Vogue covers and 40 Rolling Stone covers, and advertising campaigns for Chanel, Levi’s, Prada and Revlon, but that’s not all: he was nominated by the magazine Photo District News as one of the 20 most influential photographers in the world,with Richard Avedon and Irving Penn. In 2007 his portrait of Kate Moss was sent by Christies to a collector for the amount of $ 108.000. At Kahmann gallery you will find 30 black and white key images of the photographer’s work.