THIRTIETH ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION:
Thirty Years Thirty-One Photographers
February 6 — April 26, 2014
As a contrast and true comparison of photography’s development as a genre, Eadweard Muybridge‘s original collotype Animal Locomotion series from the late 1800’s, among the most significant precursors to contemporary motion pictures, were also prominently featured. On the other end of the spectrum was Spanish artist Miguel Angel Garcia’s pigment print View from the Empire State building Looking South, a scenic photograph abstracted by the painted red highlights of water towers throughout the city view.
Located on West 57th street, the gallery has championed both contemporary and vintage fine art photography since its inception in 1984, covering the likes of American and Asian photography since the 40’s and 50’s, respectively, and international contemporary photo-based art. Both the seasoned and beginner collector alike will find a range of museum level additions to their collections in reach of their pursestrings.
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