Exhibitions

Photographer’s Palette: Painting with Light

NOVEMBER 14TH – DECEMBER 12TH, 2020 Michael Eastman, Garry Fabian Miller, and Stephen Wilkes In 1950, the pioneering photographer Edward Steichen, then director of the Museum of Modern Art's Department of photography,…
Brett Weston, Mendenhall Glacier, Alaska

Environmental Diversity: The World Through a Lens

SEPTEMBER 22ND – NOVEMBER 7TH, 2020 Throughout the history of photography, artists have depicted and explored the vast qualities of nature, building a pictorial legacy that generated profound effects on the viewer's…
Arthur Rothstein

Rural America: Capturing an American Narrative

JULY 7TH – AUGUST 29TH, 2020 From its inception, photography has been used as a medium to document our personal and collective histories. Firstly, photographs served as archival records of specific moments…
David Yarrow, Frontier Town, Butte, Montana, USA

On the Prowl with David Yarrow

MARCH 14  – JUNE 6, 2020 David Yarrow has cemented his position as one of the most sought-after fine art photographers in the world, accumulating an impressive and growing following by prominent…

Inventive Fashion

FEBRUARY 8TH – MARCH 10TH, 2020 Throughout history, photography has served as a medium that documented and preserved a wide variety of disciplines. Photography recorded our lives, political events, cultural events, and…

Architecture: Places Transformed Through Time

JANUARY 11 – FEBRUARY 5, 2020 “Architecture is the very mirror of life. You only have to cast your eyes on buildings to feel the presence of the past, the spirit of…
Harry Benson, The Who

The World as Seen by Harry Benson

DECEMBER 14, 2019 – JANUARY 4, 2020 As one of the world’s most consequential photographers, Harry Benson’s renowned photographs managed to capture some of modern history’s most iconic moments. His pictures helped…

A Window to Life: Looking at the Humanists

NOVEMBER 9 – DECEMBER 7, 2019 Beginning in the mid-1940s, a group of mostly French photographers, known as the Humanists, produced bodies of work that were a response to Europe emerging from…

A Sense of Perspective: The Photographs of Massimo Listri

SEPTEMBER 21, 2019 – NOVEMBER 2, 2020 Italian photographer Massimo Listri is a prodigy of architectural photography, bringing a vibrant energy to interior spaces. Listri’s portrayals capture the majesty of grand structures,…
Brett Weston, Dune, Oceano

Edward + Brett Weston: A World Discovered

JUNE 22 – AUGUST 16, 2019 The Weston name is one of the most prominent in American photography. Edward Weston and his son Brett left a remarkable, lasting pictorial legacy that is…
Bernard Faucon, Le Dormeur, Les Grandes Vacances

Picturing Spring

MAY 8 – JUNE 15, 2019 Spring is a time of awakening, a moment where the withering, somber disposition of the winter fades away and gives rise to the colorful, blossoming spirits…

Avatars: The Boundaries Between Illusion and Reality

FEBRUARY 23 – MARCH 20, 2019 In their unique bodies of work, photographers Karen Knorr and Kimiko Yoshida create a transitioning space between dreams and real life; embracing the notion of the…

Illuminations – Garry Fabian Miller

JANUARY 26 – FEBRUARY 16, 2019 As a unique artist at the forefront of experimental photography, Garry Fabian Miller’s ‘camera-less’ photography expands the possibilities of the medium; working meticulously from his darkroom,…
Stephen Wilkes Brooklyn Bridge Day To Night

Stephen Wilkes

JANUARY 2 – JANUARY 23, 2019 Stephen Wilkes is one of the most original, contemporary photographers on the international scene. He challenges our ideas of time and space and painstakingly constructs composite…
Arthur Elgort, Kate Moss at Café Lipp in Paris, Italian Vogue

Capturing Culture

DECEMBER 1 – DECEMBER 29, 2018 “Capturing Culture” is an exhibition that looks at the different ways photographers have presented and embodied style and popular culture in the last half-century. It touches…

Africa: Portraits and Landscapes; A Photographic Legacy

NOVEMBER 10 – NOVEMBER 28, 2018 As the historical and geographical epicenter of humankind, the African continent has long been thought to provide the underlying common thread in the essence of our…
Brassai (Gyula Halasz), Parade D'Un Spectacle De Fete Foraine, Boulevard Saint-Jacques, Paris

Bresson | Brassai | Boubat

SEPTEMBER 29 – NOVEMBER 3, 2018 The first truly modern European photographer was Eugene Atget; renowned for portraying the city he loved, Paris. Paris became a stage set, waiting for human activity.…

Clive Arrowsmith: Amazement & Amusement

JULY 28 – SEPTEMBER 22, 2018 For decades, Clive Arrowsmith’s fashion studies and portraiture have been celebrated for their creative vision and jubilant, expressive style; emphatic photographs of Bowie, McCartney, Sammy Davis…

Frank Horvat: Please Don’t Smile

JUNE 16 – JULY 21, 2018 Frank Horvat came from a photojournalist background and shot fashion with a unique, fresh, and spontaneous style. When most fashion photographs were taken in very controlled…

Travels: Trains, Planes and Automobiles

MAY 5 – JUNE 9, 2018 This exhibition focuses on photography that documents and chronicles our desire for travel. Planes, trains, and automobiles are the vehicles that facilitate travel; Our modes of…

Deep in a Dream with Michael Massaia

MARCH 31 – APRIL 28, 2018 Michael Massaia’s nocturnal images present a uniquely poetic and pure body of work. The photographer’s hand-crafted images capture the quietude and isolation of the city during…

David Yarrow

MARCH 3 – MARCH 24, 2018 David Yarrow’s artwork presents the viewer with photographs that embody the magnificence and harsh realities of captivating global ecosystems. Through the pursuit of undaunted photo sessions,…
Harry Benson, Frank Sinatra and Mia Farrow at Truman Capote's Black and White Ball

All the World is a Stage

DECEMBER 2, 2017 – JANUARY 20, 2018 Photography has a close and inextricable relationship with music and film, capturing defining moments in culture and fixing them forever in our memories. The relationship…
Frank Horvat, Patrizia (For Figaro Madame, Eiffel Tower), Paris

Fashionable Collaborations: Photographer as Director

NOVEMBER 18 – DECEMBER 16, 2017 Photographers have historically been instrumental in giving visual form for expressing and creating the allure of great fashion. Some of the most prominent names in the…
Neil Folberg, Infinity Iceland

Neil Folberg, Taking Measure

OCTOBER 21 – NOVEMBER 11, 2017 “Taking Measure” is the most recent series of photographs by Neil Folberg consisting of eighteen alluring images of Icelandic landscapes. The catalyst for this series was…

Joyce Tenneson: Luminous Being

SEPTEMBER 23 – OCTOBER 14, 2017 Joyce Tenneson’s photographic portraits have both an element of mythology and a spiritual dimension. Interested in discovering the archetypes of our being, her signature images “allow…

Horst P. Horst: Classic Fashion

AUGUST 19 – SEPTEMBER 18, 2017 Horst P. Horst is a seminal modernist photographer of fashion and style. He was an arbiter of taste with an instinctive sense of elegance that became…

John Dugdale: An Artist’s Journey

JULY 22 – AUGUST 14, 2017 “John Dugdale: An Artist’s Journey” is a solo show dedicated to the work of the American photographer John Dugdale. Born in Connecticut in 1960, John Dugdale’s…
Sabine Weiss, Paris (Vers La Lumiere)

Remembrances Of Things Past

JUNE 3 – JULY 18, 2017 Remembrances of Things Past is an intimate survey of classic photography from the 1950s and 1960s. Whether living in post-war Europe or the United States, humanity…

Realism to Abstraction

MARCH 25 – MAY 27, 2017 Berenice Abbott once stated, “Photography can never grow up if it imitates some other medium. It has to walk alone; it has to be itself,” Abbott,…

The Art of Sound and Movement

FEBRUARY 22 – MARCH 18, 2017 It may seem ironic that photography, with its inherent emphasis on the still image, has always had a role in the documenting of movements and sounds…

Under the Bright Lights – Fashionable Moments

JANUARY 7 – FEBRUARY 16, 2017 “Lights, camera, clothes, models…” this is the call to action for the world of fashion photography. In the world of fashion, fame, and stardom, photographers must…

High Life / High Style

DECEMBER 26, 2015  – JANUARY 23, 2016 As Cecil Beaton said in 1975, “It is up to the fashion photographer to create an illusion. In doing so, he is not behaving with…

Nightfall: The Silence of Space

DECEMBER 10  – JANUARY 3, 2017 “Nightfall: The Silence of Space” is an exploration by three contemporary photographers into the expressive potential of manmade environments. Devoid of people, their images become eloquent…

Still Life – The Pleasure of Stopping Time

NOVEMBER 12  – DECEMBER 7, 2016 “Still Life – The Pleasure of Stopping Time” surveys the manners in which photographers have explored and refreshed the great traditional genre from early in the…

The Voice of Persuasion – The Power of Inspiration

OCTOBER 15 – NOVEMEBR 5, 2016 “The Voice of Persuasion – The Power of Inspiration” celebrates and explores those legendary personas over the past century who have had a decisive role in…

Contemporary Voices in Color Photography

JUNE 4  – JULY 30, 2016 The images included in the exhibition best demonstrate the various manners in which contemporary artists employ color photography as a vital aspect of their work. They…

Just Out of Reach: Pictures with an Edge

APRIL 16  – MAY 28, 2016 Photography is a powerful medium. It can immediately captivate and enthrall a viewer with frozen moments that appear to be taken from reality. Pictures fascinate the…
Henri Cartier-Bresson, Picnic on the Banks of the Marne

The Humanist Vision

March 5 – April 9, 2016 Occupying a highly influential position within the development of photography, humanist imagery emerged in 1930s Europe to create a universal and poetic vision of mankind through…

The Compassionate Eye: Women Behind the Lens

NOVEMBER 28  – DECEMBER 19, 2015 Shortly after the development of photography in the mid 19th century, women became early practitioners of the medium and expanded its range by experimenting with its…

Let the Good Times Roll

AUGUST 8  – SEPTEMBER 26, 2015 The exhibition is a celebration of the joy found in life’s perhaps small, yet happiest moments. Seen through the camera lens, these instances are decisively captured…

Private Spaces: An Intimate Look at Interiors

APRIL 25  – JUNE 6, 2015 Imagine an uninhabited dimly lit room containing a dining table and chairs covered in white sheets with a landscape painting hanging on the wall. Remnants from…

The Beasts of the Earth and the Spirit of Man

MARCH 7  – APRIL 18, 2015 Since the 17th century, artists and poets have been inspired by the invisible thread that binds all aspects of the world from the natural to the…

Americana: Picturing America’s Changing Landscape

JANUARY 24  – FEBRUARY 28, 2015 The search for the American experience and the American spirit as well as the historical transformation of the nation in the 20th century have been the…