Calder & Nevelson, In Their Studios

Calder & Nevelson, In Their Studios

Best known for his images of the life and work of American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, this exhibition highlights for the first-time, Pedro E. Guerrero’s intimate documentation of renowned sculptors Alexander Calder and Louise Nevelson in their homes and studios.…
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Ulrich Wüst: Public and Private

Ulrich Wüst: Public and Private

Peer behind the Iron Curtain to see how creativity resists conformity. Ulrich Wüst‘s photos capture the depersonalization of urban life in cities beset by standardized prefab housing blocks and looming Soviet monuments. At the same time, he reveals the creative…
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John Schott: Route 66 Motels

John Schott: Route 66 Motels

In the summer of 1973, John Schott drove Route 66 from the Midwest to California and back, sleeping in his pick-up truck and photographing with an 8 x 10 inch Deardorf view camera. Among his subjects were the motels situated…
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Susan kae Grant: Convergence

Susan kae Grant: Convergence

Constructed entirely as triptychs, these new works envision multiple states of consciousness, adding a cinematic nature to the viewer’s experience. Moving from image to image is simultaneously engaging and unsettling which suggests a strong sense of familiarity and disorientation. Viewing…
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Pieter Henket: Stars to the Sun

Pieter Henket: Stars to the Sun

Pieter Henket moved to the United States in 1998, where he studied Documentary Film at the New York Film Academy. After working for the renowned director Joel Schumacher, his fascination for capturing a story in a single shot pulled him…
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Schatz images: 25 years.

Schatz images: 25 years.

Howard Schatz is an award-winning photographer who has received international acclaim for his portrait photography and work in various genres including studies of dancers, athletes, and human body. The photographs of Howard Schatz are exhibited extensively around the world and…
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Stan Raucher: Metro

Stan Raucher: Metro

“Using available light and a bit of serendipity, I endeavor to create compelling photographs that provide a glimpse into aspects of the human condition. Whenever I step into a subway station it feels as though I have entered a magnificent…
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Michael Crouser: Sin Tiempo

Michael Crouser: Sin Tiempo

Michael Crouser can make you fall in love with photography again (if you’ve ever fallen out of it in the first place). His carefully printed darkroom objects, slow creations, and long-term observations are a welcome break in the present era…
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Flor Garduño: Photography

Flor Garduño: Photography

The exhibit will present 30 black-and-white images, highlighting her most recent work, but also including some of the most iconic images from her prolific career. Garduño was born in Mexico City in 1957. She studied visual arts at the San…
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Ira Martin: The Family Archive

Ira Martin: The Family Archive

Rick Wester Fine Art proudly presents the first exhibition of vintage platinum and silver print photographs by Ira Wright Martin in New York since 1986, all culled from the holdings of the photographer’s descendants. This will be the first time…
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Robert Haas: Framing Two Worlds

Robert Haas: Framing Two Worlds

Robert Haas (1898-1997) is among the great Austrian-American photographers of the twentieth century. He began his artistic career in Vienna as a graphic designer and typographer before studying photography with Trude Fleischmann. In the 1930s, Haas created stirring works of…
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Philippe Halsman: Facets and Faces

Philippe Halsman: Facets and Faces

Photographers who capture an iconic image are often confronted with a paradox: the celebration of a single photograph overshadows the entirety an artistic oeuvre. Yet what happens in those rare situations when a single photographer is responsible for scores of…
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