Robert Kalman: Dogs Among Us

Robert Kalman: Dogs Among Us

These photographs aren’t really about dogs. They’re really about relationships. Deep ones. So deep that a man inked his deceased dog’s likeness onto his chest. So deep, another man admitted his dog feels closer to him at times than his…
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Xavier Guardans: Self-Portraits

Xavier Guardans: Self-Portraits

An avid traveler and explorer, Xavier Guardans is a photographer who captures the beauty of his surroundings and models with a total mastery of medium and a gifted skill for composition. The subject of our new exhibition of ‘Self-Portraits’ is…
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Mitch Epstein: Rocks and Clouds

Mitch Epstein: Rocks and Clouds

The Yancey Richardson Gallery is pleased to present Rocks and Clouds, an exhibition of new photographs by Mitch Epstein that explore the significance of time through ancient rocks and fleeting clouds. As with his acclaimed tree portraits (New York Arbor),…
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George Tice: Urban Landscapes

George Tice: Urban Landscapes

The exhibition will present a remarkable selection of forty exceptionally rare vintage 8 x 10 inch gelatin silver contact prints from the early period (1973-74), of Tice’s ongoing epic visual poem of his native state of New Jersey. These unique…
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Hiroshi Sugimoto: Remains To Be Seen

Hiroshi Sugimoto: Remains To Be Seen

Fraenkel Gallery is pleased to present the first exhibition of new, large-format photographs of abandoned theaters by Hiroshi Sugimoto. Sugimoto began his artistic exploration of movie theaters in the late 1970s and continued throughout the 1990s, creating each photograph in…
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Vanessa Marsh: Everything All at Once

Vanessa Marsh: Everything All at Once

Foley Gallery is very pleased to present Everywhere All at Once, an exhibition of photographs featuring the drawing/photogram hybrid process of Vanessa Marsh. Her practice explores the dialogue between man-made and natural landscapes; the world as we have made it…
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Jock Sturges: Absence of Shame

Jock Sturges: Absence of Shame

“One of the most important elements in my work is an absence: the absence of shame”. Jock Sturges The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography presents an exhibition of one of the more celebrated and controversial photographers of the last decades,…
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Jerry Uelsmann: Undiscovered Self

Jerry Uelsmann: Undiscovered Self

Undiscovered Self serves as a retrospective exhibition of Jerry Uelsmann’s work spanning over the last 50 years. He remains the forerunner of photomontage in America for the 20th century as he employs multiple negatives to create intricate darkroom works of…
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Wendel White: Schools for the Colored

Wendel White: Schools for the Colored

Fordham University is pleased to present Wendel White’s Schools for the Colored, a series of black-and- white photographs depicting structures—extant, transformed, demolished, or replaced—that once housed segregated schools along the northern border of the Mason-Dixon Line. Segregated schools served as…
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David Yarrow: Wild Encounters

David Yarrow: Wild Encounters

La Photographie Galerie is pleased to announce the new show of internationally acclaimed wildlife photographer David Yarrow. “Wild Encounters” features iconic as well as previously unseen photographs taken during David Yarrow’s recent trips to Africa, China and Antarctica. Born in…
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Ernesto Bazan: Cuban Trilogy

Ernesto Bazan: Cuban Trilogy

The exhibition will feature the three bodies of work that Ernesto Bazan has taken during his fourteen years living in Cuba, between 1992 and 2006, during the unique historical time referred to as “The Special Period”. All the images have…
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Milton Rogovin: Life and Labor

Milton Rogovin: Life and Labor

Milton Rogovin (1901–2011) was proud to call himself a “social-documentary photographer.” For more than four decades, he photographed those whom he referred to as “the forgotten ones.” He was working as an optometrist in Manhattan in the early 1930s when…
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Elliott Erwitt: Home Around the World

Elliott Erwitt: Home Around the World

Elliott Erwitt (b. 1928) has created some of the most celebrated photographs of the past century. Erwitt’s photographs have been published in countless international magazines and newspapers, and, more recently, in delightful books presenting his persistent interests and recurring subjects,…
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