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Merry_alpern__23 Life—And Everything In Between   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Merry Alpern, Will Anderson, Diane Arbus, Alvin Baltrop, Bruce Davidson, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Mitch Epstein, Louis Faurer, Leonard Freed, Nan Goldin, Gail Albert Halaban, Charles Harbutt, Lisa Kereszi, André Kertész, Arthur Leipzig, Leon Levinstein, Joel Meyerowitz, Duane Michals, Tod Papageorge, Frank Paulin, Anton Perich, Charles Traub, Arthur Tress, Weegee, Ryan Weideman, Garry Winogrand at Yossi Milo Gallery July 9th, 2009 - August 28th, 2009
Posted 8/23/09

  As the summer season draws to a close, dragging in the heat, dragging down the sun a few minutes earlier, it seems that the art market is also dragging.  All’s certainly quiet on the Western Front.  Aside from a few rumbling U-Hauls making trips to and from gargantuan storage facilities, or the intermittent shuffle of a runner’s feet, the streets of Chelsea are silent.  The cobblestones pave what seems a deserted movie set; hot breeze whips fallen fliers against the frosted sea-green doors of th... [more]

09 Social Commentary in a Snapshot   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Diane Arbus, Lewis Baltz, Harry Callahan, Paul Caponigro, Larry Clark, Joe Deal, Tom Drysdale, Mary Ellen Mark, Walker Evans, Louis Faurer, Larry Fink, Robert Frank, Leonard Freed, Lee Friedlander, Ralph Gibson, Bruce Gilden, John Gossage, Ken Graves, Charles Harbutt, Kenneth Josephson, William Klein, Les Krims, Ralph Eugene Meatyard, Ray K. Metzker, Duane Michals, Bill Owens, Jeffrey K. Silverthorne, Arthur Tress, Jerry Uelsmann, Burk Uzzle, Joel-Peter Witkin at Bibliothèque nationale de France - François-Mitterrand October 29th, 2008 - January 25th, 2009
Posted 11/17/08

Seventies, le choc de la photographie américaine showcases 320 works by major photographers from the seventies, presenting to a French audience the liberal, raunchy and sometimes shocking American culture from this era. The so-called “choc/shock” begins with one room devoted to the “pioneers,” whose socially committed photographs reveals raw, unsophisticated edges of American culture during the 1930s. There, Walker Evans’ influential photographs of the American Depression dating from 193... [more]

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