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Eve Sonneman’s work is represented by
Nohra Haime Gallery
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RECENT PUBLICATIONS
“Starburst: Color Photography in America
1970-1980”

Full color book by Kevin Moore
Published by Hatje Cantz
Distributed by Distributed Art Publishers (DAP)

Also available at
MoMa Bookstore
Rizzoli
Amazon.com

More about this book can be found on the Cincinnati Art
Museum
Web Site
Fall 2014 Update
COLOR RUSH, published by Aperture
Full color book with essays by Katherine A. Bussard, Associate Curator of Photography, Art Institute of
Chicago and Lisa Hostetler, McEvoy, Family Curator of Photography at Smithsonian American Art
Museum, Washington, DC.  Book available at Aperture bookstore or www.aperture.org or Rizzoli
Bookstore.
Eve Sonneman: Fresson Photographs at Foundation Cartier pour l’art
Contemporain, Paris, France


Opening October 20, 2014

To create the twenty color photographs presented in this exhibition, Eve Sonneman used the Fresson
process for the first time. This printing technique, discovered in the 1890 by Theodore-Henri Fresson, is
based on the utilization of coal.  Eve Sonneman was an artist-in-residence at the Cartier Foundation,
France, during the summer of 1989. In these photographs, she portrays an American point of view of the
Parisian countryside.  These photographs are now in the permanent collection of the Foundation Cartier
pour l’art Contemporain, 261 Boulevard Raspail, F-7501, Paris.

They were exhibited at Brooklyn Academy of Music in October, 1989. Two years later, they were shown
at Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown, New York.

In May 1994, Foundation Cartier moved to Paris into the architecture of glass and steel that had been
created for it by Jean Nouvel.

Foundation Cartier promotes discovery by revealing young artists to the public and by unveiling the
secret side of world-renowned artists. By opening up the most diverse realms of creation and knowledge,
it stimulates creativity and discovery through its exhibitions in Paris.