Bill Brandt

Bill Brandt

Bill Brandt is considered one of the founders of modern photography, alongside Walker Evans and Cartier-Bresson. Exploring English society, landscape and literature, his images are vital to our understanding of the history of photography and even the British way of…
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Bjoern Persson: Here Forever

Bjoern Persson: Here Forever

Robert Klein Gallery is pleased to present a new exhibition of photographs by internationally acclaimed wildlife photographer and activist Björn Persson. Based in Sweden, Persson’s large format black and white photographs ennoble the spirit of Africa’s treasured species and threatened…
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Roger Ballen: ROGER THE RAT

Roger Ballen: ROGER THE RAT

Throughout his career, Roger Ballen has pursued a singular artistic goal: to give expression to the human psyche—to explore visually, the hidden forces that shape who we are. In 60 black and white photographs a persona, Roger the Rat is…
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Ernest C. Withers: I’ll Take You There

Ernest C. Withers: I’ll Take You There

The Fahey/Klein gallery is pleased to present “Ernest Withers: I’ll Take You There”, an exhibition hosted in conjunction with his recently published book, “The Revolution in Black and White” (CityFiles Press). This exhibition and publication are a record of African…
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Diane Arbus curated by Carrie Mae Weems

Diane Arbus curated by Carrie Mae Weems

Fraenkel Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of 45 photographs by Diane Arbus, curated by acclaimed contemporary artist Carrie Mae Weems. A long-time admirer of Arbus’s work, Weems has selected images spanning Arbus’s fifteen-year career, from 1956 until her…
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Paul Ickovic: In Transit

Paul Ickovic: In Transit

Robert Klein Gallery is pleased to announce the exhibition “In Transit: Photographs by Paul Ickovic” at the Bibliothèque Nationale de France (BnF) in Paris. The exhibition presents a selection of street scenes and improvised portraits made by Paul Ickovic (Czech-American,…
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Stanko Abadzic: Aktovi

Stanko Abadzic: Aktovi

The exhibition includes Stanko Abadžic’s silver gelatin prints of the nude, a sensitive subject that Abadžic frequently studies. In these works, the nude is rendered innocent as Abadžic emphasizes light and shadow in relationship to the female form. Finding solace…
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Montagne Magique Mystique

Montagne Magique Mystique

Photography, born in the 19th century, accompanied the discovery of the mountains. The year following its invention, the first photographers set up their darkrooms in the middle of the Alpine landscape. Most of them were enlightened amateurs, passionate about the…
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Michael Mulno: Facades

Michael Mulno: Facades

In these exquisitely printed, 8×10 inch, gelatin silver contact prints, Michael Mulno depicts small industrial, commercial, and residential structures, using a direct, frontal approach that allows each subject to display their modest forms and adornments, often including simple signage. The…
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Greg Gorman: It’s Not About Me

Greg Gorman: It’s Not About Me

Greg Gorman’s exhibition is an assemblage of “outsiders” and auteurs who have come to define the cultural experience of a global audience. Gorman’s portraits not only reflect the true essence of these personalities, but also provide a record of the…
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Gary Krueger: City of Angels, 1971-1980

Gary Krueger: City of Angels, 1971-1980

Joseph Bellows Gallery is pleased to present Gary Krueger’s City of Angels, 1971-1980, a collection of sometimes frenetic and often bizarre photographs of Los Angeles, California. Krueger’s curiosity and instincts helped to create a remarkable body of street photography that…
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Mario Algaze: Focus

Mario Algaze: Focus

Mario Algaze’s family moved to Miami, Florida in 1960, at the age of thirteen. By his early twenties he knew his passion for photography would be his lifelong career. His approach as a photojournalist in his early years resulted in…
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