Photo Exhibitions

Wendell MacRae: Rock-Paper-Scissors

Wendell MacRae: Rock-Paper-Scissors

These images capture New York City as it emerged from the Depression and experienced an extraordinary building boom, from the completion of the Empire State Building to the massive Rockefeller Center project, completed in 1940. After an exhibition of his early Modernist work at the pioneering Julien Levy Gallery in 1932, MacRae was hired in 1934 to record the construction…
Rouge: Michael Kenna

Rouge: Michael Kenna

Michael Kenna (born 1953) has long been acclaimed as one of the most important landscape photographers of our time. He is best known for lyrical black and white images made under natural light conditions—often at dawn or dusk, or indeed long exposures made at night—and is understood as heir to the Pictorialist tradition; his work with industrial and postindustrial landscapes…
Jakob Tuggener: Maschinenzeit

Jakob Tuggener: Maschinenzeit

Jakob Tuggener (1904-1988) is one of those exceptions in Swiss photography. His personal and highly expressive photographs of the boisterous parties in better social circles are legendary, and his book “Fabrik” of 1943 is regarded as a milestone in the history of the photobook. The exhibition “Machine Age” focuses on his photographs and films from the world of work and…
Rediscovering an American Community of Color: The Photographs of William Bullard

Rediscovering an American Community of Color: The Photographs of William Bullard

Itinerant photographer William Bullard left behind a trove of over 5,400 glass negatives at the time of his death in 1918. Among these negatives are over 230 portraits of African Americans and Native Americans mostly from the Beaver Brook community in Worcester, Massachusetts. Rediscovering an American Community of Color features eighty of these unprinted and heretofore unpublished photographs that otherwise…
Michael Massaia: Deep in a Dream: New York City

Michael Massaia: Deep in a Dream: New York City

Sometime in his mid-20s, Michael Massaia began experiencing extreme bouts of insomnia. To fill the sleepless nights, the artist would travel into Manhattan to enjoy walks through the city without all of the chaos and cacophony. Carrying his personally retooled large-format cameras, Massaia started to shoot elegant, hushed photographs of Central Park devoid of people. Often preferring the early spring…
Paul J. Woolf: Vintage Photographs of New York City Architecture

Paul J. Woolf: Vintage Photographs of New York City Architecture

Paul J. Woolf: Vintage Photographs of New York City Architecture, will be the first exhibit in a new location for the Keith de Lellis Gallery ~ 41 East 57th Street, Suite 703. Photographer, Paul J. Woolf began photographing professionally in the 1930s, working out of his New York studio. During those years, he had an impressive array of clients including…
Master of Photography 2017 at Beetles & Huxley

Master of Photography 2017 at Beetles & Huxley

The exhibition will contain rare and collectable prints by some of the world’s most influential photographers. Each photograph has been chosen for its significant role in the history of the medium. With a strong emphasis on the rarity and quality of the print, the exhibition consists of important images by artists from Gustave le Gray to Richard Learoyd. Master of…
Women at Scott Nichols Gallery

Women at Scott Nichols Gallery

The Scott Nichols Gallery is pleased to present “Women,” its fall show highlighting the work of female photographers from our vast collection. Included in this exhibition are works by Ruth Bernhard, Anne Brigman, Imogen Cunningham, Judy Dater, Margo Davis, Monica Denevan, Katy Grannan, Niniane Kelley, Mona Kuhn, Dorothea Lange, Doris Ullman, and others. The exhibition features original vintage gelatin silver…
Meryl Meisler: Sassy Circus & Creepy Clowns

Meryl Meisler: Sassy Circus & Creepy Clowns

Meryl Meisler never dreamed about running away and joining the circus but she always loved the concept. It was the Meisler family tradition to see The Greatest Show on Earth when The Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey Circus came to NYC. The lights, costumes, performers — there was nothing as big as the circus. 1977 – Meryl met filmmakers at…
Thomas Roma: Plato’s Dogs

Thomas Roma: Plato’s Dogs

For over two years, Thomas Roma frequented a dog park in Brooklyn, mounting his camera on an 8-foot pole in order to photograph its canine visitors. He chose to focus on the animals’ shadows, which in Plato’s allegory of the cave symbolize misinterpretations of reality. But for Roma, despite their visual distortion, the silhouettes seemed to provide the most accurate…
Jeanloup Sieff: Shadow Lines

Jeanloup Sieff: Shadow Lines

Nature and landscape, fashion and nude: the French photographer Jeanloup Sieff moves masterfully throughout genres establishing himself as one of the great talents in the history of photography. The exhibition “Shadow Lines” offers a comprehensive and very personal view of Jeanloup Sieff´s work. Featuring 48 photographs, this exhibition shows him as an artist who has not only chosen to utilize…
Christopher Thomas: Lost in L.A.

Christopher Thomas: Lost in L.A.

Hamiltons presents “Lost in L.A.”, the most recent series by the photographer Christopher Thomas. With these atmospheric black and white photographs, Thomas brings his unique style of city portraiture to Los Angeles, originally established in “Münchner Elegien” (2001–2005), “New York Sleeps” (2009), “Venice in Solitude” (2010) and P”aris: City of Light” (2014). As with his previous series, he transports the…
Arno Rafael Minkkinen: Mind Over Matter

Arno Rafael Minkkinen: Mind Over Matter

Minkkinen, a Finnish-American photographer, was born in Helsinki and emigrated to the US in 1951. Minkkinen earned an MFA in Photography from the Rhode Island School of Design, studying along the likes of Aaron Siskind and Harry Callahan. Minkkinen’s storied career in photography includes solo and group exhibitions in galleries and museums from around the world, a small library of…
James Herbert at Gitterman Gallery

James Herbert at Gitterman Gallery

James Herbert’s photographs of nude young adults, seemingly lost in the intimacy of a moment, combine conceptions of film and photography with elements of art history to create images that hover between the worlds of fact and fiction, between the romantic and the real. The photographs, made of frames selected from his films, are thus the product of a collaboration…
Clarence H. White and His World: The Art and Craft of Photography, 1895-1925

Clarence H. White and His World: The Art and Craft of Photography, 1895-1925

This exhibition spotlights the work of Clarence White (1871-1925), a founding member of the Photo-Secession, a gifted photographer celebrated for his beautiful scenes of quiet domesticity and outdoor idylls, and an influential teacher and photographic mentor. The first retrospective devoted to the photographer in over a generation, this exhibition and accompanying publication will survey White’s career from his beginnings in…
Adolphe Braun: A European Photography Business and the 19th-Century Visual Arts

Adolphe Braun: A European Photography Business and the 19th-Century Visual Arts

The Münchner Stadtmuseum is holding the first-ever retrospective of French photographer Adolphe Braun (1812-1877) to be hosted by a German-speaking country. The exhibition draws on the Museum’s own extensive collection complemented by loans from around the world, and presents some 400 original Braun photographs, along with some 20 paintings by a number of international artists. Adolphe Braun was one of…
Alvin Booth: Nocturnes

Alvin Booth: Nocturnes

Alvin Booth’s art unveils the intrinsic beauty and possible mutations of the human body. His photographs highlight the human form in the totality of its photographic malleability and use the elaborately staged nude as the point of departure. His bodies are then folded, wrapped, cloaked, pulled and multiplied, in order to create images that prove the body capable of being…
The Faraway Nearby: Photographs of Canada from The New York Times Photo Archive

The Faraway Nearby: Photographs of Canada from The New York Times Photo Archive

Featuring photographs of Canadian subject matter from The New York Times Photo Archive, The Faraway Nearby examines a century of Canada’s history and its representation in the leading American “newspaper of record.” Taking an expansive view of the many stories that have shaped our national experience, the exhibition highlights images of major political events and conflicts, iconic landscapes across the…
Randal Levenson: In Search of the Monkey Girl, and other work

Randal Levenson: In Search of the Monkey Girl, and other work

This exhibition marks the artist’s first solo exhibition at the gallery. The exhibition will feature photographs selected from three bodies of work: Americana, Mexico, and In Search of the Monkey Girl. The three distinct groupings range from the artist’s vintage black and white photographs from the 1970’s to large-scale color prints from this decade. In Search of the Monkey Girl…
Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao: Central Park New York: 24 Solar Terms

Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao: Central Park New York: 24 Solar Terms

The title of the show takes its name from the ancient Chinese lunar calendar, which divides the year into 24 segments, each segment given a specific solar term. This system provided a time frame for agriculture, everyday life and festivals. Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao was born in Taiwan in 1977, and immigrated in 1999 to the United States, residing in the…