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Summer Shows

June - August

Top Row: Herbert Matter, Edward Steichen, Susan Derges, Bruce Weber, Bottom Row: Helmut Newton, Elliott Puckette, Adam Fuss, Harry Callahan

Top Row: Herbert Matter, Edward Steichen, Susan Derges, Bruce Weber

Bottom Row: Helmut Newton, Elliott Puckette, Adam Fuss, Harry Callahan

Enoc Perez , Untitled, 2015

Enoc Perez 

Untitled, 2015

Each 26 x 19 1/2 inch unique collage on pigment print

Risaku Suzuki , Sakura <<13,4-33>>, 2013

Risaku Suzuki 

Sakura <<13,4-33>>, 2013

47 x 61 inch c-print

Edition of 5

Andy Warhol, Lips c. 1975

Andy Warhol

Lips c. 1975

8 x 8.5 inch unique tape collage and screenprint

Petra Cortright, &quot;327turbofire&quot;5614Jx3(G)modem_999dollarsairfaretoasia, 2018

Petra Cortright

"327turbofire"5614Jx3(G)modem_999dollarsairfaretoasia, 2018

40 x 30 inch digital painting on aluminum 

 

Farrah Karapetian&nbsp;, Untitled (Flag 1), 2017

Farrah Karapetian 

Untitled (Flag 1), 2017

45 x 60 inch unique photogram

Ulrike Rosenbach, Art is a Criminal Action. 1969

Ulrike Rosenbach

Art is a Criminal Action. 1969

49 x 44 inch photograph on canvas

Edition of 10

Daniel Gordon, Still Life with Vase, Shadows, and Vegetables. 2018

Daniel Gordon

Still Life with Vase, Shadows, and Vegetables. 2018

50 x 62 inch archival pigment print with UV Lamination

Edition of 3

Seydo Keita, Untitled Portraits, 1950s

Seydo Keita

Untitled Portraits, 1950s

23 1/2 x 19 1/2 inch gelatin silver prints

Edition of 10

Karen Knorr, The Opium Smoker, Chitrasala, Bundi, 2017

Karen Knorr

The Opium Smoker, Chitrasala, Bundi, 2017

48 x 60 inch archival pigment print

Edition of 5

Christopher Bucklow, Tetrarch, 2017

Christopher Bucklow

Tetrarch, 2017

40 x 60 inch digital c-print

Edition of 5

Thierry Cohen, Paris 48&deg; 51&rsquo; 03&rsquo;&rsquo; N 2012-07-19 lst 19:46

Thierry Cohen

Paris 48° 51’ 03’’ N 2012-07-19 lst 19:46

20 x 24 inch archival pigment print

Edition of 10 

Press Release

Celebrating  the gallery’s 30th anniversary we will be presenting two different exhibitions with a mix of pictures that look forward and backwards at the gallery’s history.  In keeping with the general practice of summer shows many of the works are luminous and beautiful while at the same time engaging with the history of the medium in original and challenging ways.

Summer Show 1:

From Edward Steichen’s view of late afternoon Venice to Harry Callahan, Helmut Newton, and Thierry Cohen’s images – water is a subject that the gallery has frequently embraced.  Another theme is experimental process as seen in works by Adam Fuss, Christopher Bucklow, Susan Derges, Farrah Karapetian, and Petra Cortright (who we look forward to exhibiting in November). 

Another artist we look forward to showing is Risaku Suzuki whose deep engagement with nature and landscape can be seen in an image from his ongoing series of photographs of cherry blossoms. Andy Warhol has always been a touchstone for the gallery and we are showing two of his unique collages of women ‘s lips along with Ulrike Rosenbach’s 1969 feminist response to Warhol’s famous “Elvis” paintings. 

In addition to our longtime relationships with Susan Derges and Karen Knorr (collectively now over 50 years!)  the gallery has always sought to collaborate with artists we do not necessarily represent, so we are also showing photographs by Sally Mann, Bruce Weber, and Daniel Gordon.

Last, but certainly not least, we are showing two photographs by Seydou Keïta whose work we will be opening our fall season with and whose estate we are now representing in America in collaboration with the Contemporary African Art Collection of Jean Pigozzi (CAAC).We hope you will come by the gallery in our new home at 980 Madison Avenue and we wish you a happy summer!

Stay tuned for details of Summer Show 2….