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Ali MacGraw on Melvin Sokolsky

It was an enormous and joyous privilege for me to be a part of the Melvin Sokolsky Studio in that great era of fashion photography in the 1960s.

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Karen Knorr, Avatars of Devi, Zanana, Samode Palace

Tishani Doshi on Karen Knorr

“I still remember the wonderful twinning of uncanny and wonder I felt when I first encountered Karen Knorr’s work. I’d been asked to write

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Bruno Giussani on Stephen Wilkes

“At first sight, Stephen Wilkes’ photographs look like arresting snapshots of a moment in time, but they contain multitudes of moments. Hundreds of them. Because Stephen creates them by taking photographs literally from day to night – shooting the same scene over and over…”

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Alice Hoffman on Joyce Tenneson

“Joyce Tenneson’s vision is so unique and glorious that it is simply unforgettable. When I first saw her photograph of Dasha with doves, I fell in love with her work and asked if I might use it on the cover of my novel, The Dovekeepers, the story of women in ancient Judea.”

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New Arrivals

Deborah Turbeville, Three Nudes Portfolio, 2003

Deborah Turbeville’s Three Nudes Portfolio

A Unique Force in Contemporary Fashion Photography Deborah Turbeville was a unique force and talent in contemporary fashion photography. When she died in 2013 the art world lost an exceptionally unique and…

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William Wegman, Board Games, 2003

William Wegman’s Board Game

Meeting a friend William Wegman started his career as a painter. After he became a successful artist, he would meet a friend who would forever change his life. As the story goes,… Read More
Andreas Feininger, The Photojournalist (Dennis Stock), New York

Andreas Feininger’s The Photojournalist

An Art of Observation Photography is an art of observation. Pictures linger in our minds for generations, giving us a record of the past while asking us to think of the power…

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Ormond Gigli, Girls In The Windows

Ormond Gigli’s Girls in the Windows

Merging the Worlds of Fashion and Fantasy There is a well-used adage that says there are reasons for everything. This is certainly true for why Ormond Gigli’s photograph, “The Girls in the…

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Photo Spotlights

Michael Eastman, Ballroom, Venice

Michael Eastman: The Evocative History of Rooms

You won’t want to miss this one hour zoom presentation with Michael Eastman. In conjunction with our exhibition, Rooms that Resonate with Possibilities, Holden and Michael discuss his ongoing fascination with the… Read More
Harry Benson, The Beatles, Pillow Fight X3

Harry Benson’s Pillow Fight x Three

With a career as legendary as his, it can be challenging to pin down what to consider as Harry Benson’s best photograph. But, for many, his most famous picture, one that captures…

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60 Years with Harry Benson

Please watch as Holden Luntz leads a discussion with Harry Benson as he reflects back on highlights from his incredible 60 plus year career of photographing great moments in history as well… Read More
Albert Watson, Jack Nicholson IV, New York City, 1998

In the Studio with Albert Watson

Albert Watson is part of the “3 Great Scots” exhibition at the gallery. Before Albert flew off on another exotic assignment, we were pleased to schedule a zoom call where Albert will shared some…

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Simple Pleasures


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


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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