Exhibitions

Arthur Elgort, Christy Turlington at La Coupole, Paris, British Vogue, 1988

The Telling of Fashion: Trailblazers of Photography

JANUARY 16TH – FEBRUARY 6TH, 2021 Contrary to popular belief, what was cool today may still be cool tomorrow, especially in fashion. However, that all depends on who took the picture and…
André Kertész, Carrefour Blois

New York | London | Paris

DECEMBER 19TH – JANUARY 9, 2021 New York, London, and Paris are among the most significant global cities that have helped define the modern world's history and culture. Thankfully, the past of…
Garry Fabian Miller, Now Close Your Eyes

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…
Melvin Sokolsky, Rolling, 1963

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…
Michael Eastman, Blue Moorish Arch, Havana

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…