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Elliott Erwitt, Provence, France, 1955, Silver Gelatin Photograph
Elliott Erwitt’s Provence, 1955

Elliott Erwitt, the American documentary photographer who has had a substantial impact on contemporary photography, is best known for the offbeat humor in his pictures. With a humanist approach to photography, his best-known images present the viewer candid and often playful scenes.

Berenice Abbott, New York Stock Exchange
Berenice Abbott’s New York Stock Exchange

New York City, ‘the city that never sleeps’ as it is famously called, has been lensed by countless photographers over the years, but it is through Berenice Abbott’s documentary approach that some of the best known photographs of the city were created.

Cross Currents

Michael Eastman, Abstract Wall 2, Havana

Andrea Greenspan on Michael Eastman

“I am particularly drawn to Michael Eastman’s Abstract Wall #2, Havana 2000. Michael Eastman’s Abstract Wall #2, Havana 2000, illustrates Castro’s Communist strangulation of bourgeois, European architecture, and local voices in Cuba’s cultural history.

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Jim Lee, Ossie Clark, Aeroplane

Martin Barnes on Jim Lee

“I first came across Jim Lee’s work when we were doing the OSSIE CLARK exhibition here. The students at the RCA (Royal College of Art)

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Harry Benson, Robert F. Kennedy, St. Patrick's Day Parade, NYC

Kerry Kennedy on Harry Benson

“My father had just made the extraordinarily difficult decision to run for president on a platform of peace and social justice. He announced

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New Arrivals

Elliott Erwitt, Provence, France, 1955, Silver Gelatin Photograph

Elliott Erwitt’s Provence, 1955

Elliott Erwitt, the American documentary photographer who has had a substantial impact on contemporary photography, is best known for the offbeat humor in his pictures. With a humanist approach to photography, his best-known images present the viewer candid and often playful scenes.

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Berenice Abbott, New York Stock Exchange

Berenice Abbott’s New York Stock Exchange

New York City, ‘the city that never sleeps’ as it is famously called, has been lensed by countless photographers over the years, but it is through Berenice Abbott’s documentary approach that some of the best known photographs of the city were created.

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Mapplethorpe Maybelle

Robert Mapplethorpe’s Maybelle

Robert Mapplethorpe remains as one of the best remembered photographers of the 20th century, most noted for his black and white portraits of celebrities, flowers, male and female nudes.

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Photo Spotlights

Sandy Skoglund, Catching Chance, 2000

The Fictional Reality and Symbolism of Sandy Skoglund

Sandy Skoglund, a multi-media, conceptual artist whose several decades of work have been very influential, introduced new ideas, and challenged simple categorizations, is one of those unique figures in contemporary art.

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Stephen Wilkes, Polar Bears, Churchill, Manitoba, Day to Night

Stephen Wilkes: LOOKING & SEEING

It was 1996, 16 years before Stephen Wilkes actually began shooting his Day to Night series, when the idea of capturing changing moments in time was planted in his mind.

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Terry O'Neill, Elton John, Dodger Stadium

Celebrating Elton John’s 75th Birthday

HAPPY 75TH BIRTHDAY SIR ELTON JOHN! And who better to immortalize Elton John than the legendary photographer Terry O’Neill? Terry O’Neill created the iconic images of so many illustrious celebrities of the 20th century.

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Simple Pleasures

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Gift Guides

Gifts for the Star Gazer

“For my part I know nothing with any certainty, but the sight of the stars makes me dream.” — Vincent Van Gogh

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Living With Art

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Meet our Artists

Meet our Artists: Michael Eastman

“There’s a whole range of feelings when I’m engaged in the process of making art. Certainly, excitement is one of them. When you come up with an idea, you can’t wait to…

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Meet our Artists: Ilse Bing

“I didn’t choose photography; photography chose me.” – Ilse Bing A pioneer of experimental photography, Ilse Bing was a consequential artist whose work was influential to the modernist movement and expressive development…

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Meet our Artists: Renato D’Agostin

“This book is called 7439, which is the number of miles I rode through by motorcycle from New York to California, in the summer of 2015. The coast to coast is part…

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Meet our Artists - Neil Folberg

Meet our Artists: Neil Folberg

“Taking Measure seems to be both specific and ambiguous. It’s like trying to figure out where you are, but it has two kinds of meaning. You can take measure of yourself, or…

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Dialogues

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