“I’m a firm believer that the power of an image is everything,” Dr. Isolde Brielmaier says in advance of “I Remember You,” a two-day exhibition debuting tomorrow in Paris, aligning coincidentally with the city's annual Paris Photo fair. The deputy director of the New Museum and guest curator at the International Center for Photography curated the show in collaboration with Apple, a nod to the iPhone's increasing relevance as an instrument in the fine art arena. Featuring five international artists responding to the theme of nostalgia in photography, the show considers the importance of perspective and the intimate emotions that images preserve.
‘I Remember You,’ an Ode to Photography as an Act of Preservation, Opens in Paris
Isolde Brielmaier, Ph.D., serves as curatorial advisor for a new exhibition, opening tomorrow, that underscores the role of photography in capturing memories.