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New York

Laurence Miller Gallery

Exhibition Detail
Thirty Years, Thirty-One Photographers
20 West 57th Street
3rd Floor
New York, New York 10019


February 6th - April 26th
Opening: 
February 6th 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
Paris Dream Book #8, Laurence BachLaurence Bach, Paris Dream Book #8,
1978, vintage gelatin silver print, 24 x 20 inches
Paradise Now #32, Peter BialobrzeskiPeter Bialobrzeski, Paradise Now #32,
2008, Type-C print, 40 x 50 inches
© Courtesy of the artist and Laurence Miller Gallery
Untitled (unidentified person in Hilaire Hiler harlequin costume), G.B. BiggsG.B. Biggs,
Untitled (unidentified person in Hilaire Hiler harlequin costume),
c. 1945, vintage gelatin silver print on original mount, 9.125 x 6.75 inches
© Courtesy Laurence Miller Gallery
5Pointz, Queens, NY, Luca CampigottoLuca Campigotto, 5Pointz, Queens, NY,
2012, pigment print, 20 x 24 inches
© Courtesy of the artist and Laurence Miller Gallery
Recomposition 2, No. 17, Denis DarzacqDenis Darzacq, Recomposition 2, No. 17,
2011, inkjet print, 25.75 x 17.5 inches
© Courtesy of the artist and Laurence Miller Gallery
New York City - Looking South from Empire State Building, Miguel Ángel GarcíaMiguel Ángel García,
New York City - Looking South from Empire State Building,
2012, pigment print, 39 x 58 inches
© Courtesy of the artist and Laurence Miller Gallery
Flaneur, Granville, Fred HerzogFred Herzog, Flaneur, Granville,
1960, inkjet print made 2007, 37 x 28 inches
© Courtesy of the artist and Laurence Miller Gallery
New York (broken mirror), Helen LevittHelen Levitt, New York (broken mirror),
c. 1940, gelatin silver print, printed c. 2000, 20 x 16 inches
© Courtesy of Laurence Miller Gallery
Plastic Love Dream, Roger MertinRoger Mertin, Plastic Love Dream,
1968, gelatin silver print, made c. 1982, 11 x 14 inches
© Courtesy Laurence Miller Gallery
Kayak, Frankfurt (61 DZ-31), Ray K. MetzkerRay K. Metzker, Kayak, Frankfurt (61 DZ-31),
1961, vintage mounted gelatin silver print, 6.125 x 9" on 11 x 12.75" mount
© Courtesy of the artist and Laurence Miller Gallery
Pictus Interruptus: Mykonos (79 DA-15), Ray K. MetzkerRay K. Metzker,
Pictus Interruptus: Mykonos (79 DA-15),
1979, vintage gelatin silver print, 16 x 20 inches
© Courtesy of the artist and Laurence Miller Gallery
Philadelphia (83 GF-13), Ray K. MetzkerRay K. Metzker, Philadelphia (83 GF-13),
1983, vintage gelatin silver print, 14 x 11 inches
© Courtesy of the artist and Laurence Miller Gallery
Animal Locomotion, Plate 349. Fencing, Eadweard MuybridgeEadweard Muybridge,
Animal Locomotion, Plate 349. Fencing,
1887, collotype, 20 x 24 inches
© Courtesy Laurence Miller Gallery
Okawa Village, Tosa County, Kochi Prefecture, Toshio ShibataToshio Shibata,
Okawa Village, Tosa County, Kochi Prefecture,
2007, Type-c color print
© Courtesy of the artist and Laurence Miller Gallery
Jerome, Arizona, Aaron SiskindAaron Siskind, Jerome, Arizona,
1949, gelatin silver print, 24 x 20 inches
© Courtesy Laurence Miller Gallery
Desert Prada, Burk UzzleBurk Uzzle, Desert Prada,
2007, Type-C print, 30 x 40 inches
© Courtesy of the artist and Laurence Miller Gallery
Root and Frost, Minor WhiteMinor White, Root and Frost,
1958, vintage gelatin silver print, 14.5 x 16.5 inches
© Courtesy Laurence Miller Gallery
Untitled (still-life), Bruce WrightonBruce Wrighton, Untitled (still-life),
1985, vintage type-c print, 10 x 8 inches
© Courtesy Laurence Miller Gallery and Estate of Bruce Wrighton
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NEIGHBORHOOD:  
midtown
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Tuesday - Saturday, 11am - 5:30 pm (SUMMER - closed Saturdays)
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conceptual, photography, abstract, traditional, modern, landscape, figurative
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The Laurence Miller Gallery is one of the country's oldest galleries specializing in photography. Now celebrating its 30th anniversary, after having hosted approximately 250 exhibitions, the Gallery presents an Anniversary Exhibition featuring works from its own collection and archives, as well as photographs by gallery artists and others.

The Gallery takes great pride in its history of having given many emerging photographers their first one-person exhibitions in New York City, as well presenting critically acclaimed shows by photography's greatest masters. The Gallery's exhibition list over the years reflects the evolution of photography itself, emerging from the classic black-and-white medium that dominated much of the 20th Century, to include today's large-format color contemporary works, as well as video.


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