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…
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Leonard Freed: Six Stories

Leonard Freed: Six Stories

Freed (born 1929, Brooklyn, died 2006, Garrison, New York) was one of the leading photographers of the post-War era. Culled from Freed’s extensive archive, this exhibition presents over 75 vintage black and white prints from six of the photographers most…
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Bernd & Hilla Becher at Sprüth Magers

Bernd & Hilla Becher at Sprüth Magers

In a photographic project spanning five decades, Bernd and Hilla Becher documented the soon-to-be-forgotten architectural forms of industry – Mine Heads, Blast Furnaces, Water Towers, Coal Bunkers, Cooling Towers, Industrial Facades, Gas Tanks, Grain Elevators, to name but a few.…
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The Art of the Platinum Print

The Art of the Platinum Print

Peter Fetterman Gallery is pleased to present a new exhibition surveying the chronology of the Platinum printing process including early Pictorialism, social-documentary, vernacular, and landscape photographs, along with modern portrait, fashion, and nude works. The installation celebrates the now rare…
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Mathew Brady: Antebellum Portraits

Mathew Brady: Antebellum Portraits

Mathew Brady may be best known today for his Civil War–era photographs, but he established his reputation as an internationally acclaimed portrait photographer more than a decade before the war. Brady opened his first daguerreotype portrait studio in New York…
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I DO, I DO

I DO, I DO

Ricco/Maresca Gallery is pleased to present “I DO, I DO,” an exhibition that explores and re-contextualizes the theme and iconography of marriage. The core of “I DO, I DO” is a collection of 100 vintage nuptial cabinet cards ranging from…
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