Diane Arbus exhibition at Fahey/Klein

 The Fahey/Klein Gallery is pleased to present a special exhibition of Diane Arbus photographs. Culled over many years, this never-before-exhibited private collection contains several important Arbus photographs including, among others, Russian midget friends in a living room on 100th Street, N.Y.C., 1963; Lady Bartender at home with a souvenir dog, New Orleans, L.A., 1964; Jack Dracula, the Marked Man, N.Y.C., 1961; Two... Continue Reading →

Georges Dambier at Petter Fetterman

Peter Fetterman Gallery is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibitions: Georges Dambier (1925-2011), a solo exhibition of significant 1950’s fashion photography and Paris in the Springtime, a group exhibition featuring classic masterpieces of humanist photography. Both exhibitions open simultaneously with a reception on Saturday, March 23rd from 4-7pm and are on view through June 8,... Continue Reading →

Veronica Bronzetti – new book

On June 8,2012 I made a post about Italian photographer Veronica Bronzetti. I have followed Veronica's work with a lot of interest since then both through her website and through her postings on Facebook. It is a fact of life that photography has entered a marvelous new era with digital photographs. Besides the traditional photographic... Continue Reading →

Max MacKenzie, “American Ruins” and Jody Zellen, “Transitions” at dnj Gallery

dnj Gallery is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibitions of “American Ruins” by Max MacKenzie and “Transitions” by Jody Zellen.  In “American Ruins,” MacKenzie pays homage to his Midwestern roots with photographs from three different series, “Abandonings,” “American Ruins” and “Markings.” “Abandonings” marks MacKenzie’s return to Minnesota, the land of his youth, to capture the empty structures that... Continue Reading →

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