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Feb

Fabrice Monteiro: Maroons

Maroon is an English word that originates from the Spanish, “Cimarron”, which means living on the peaks. Between the 16th

19
Feb

Gerd Ludwig: Sleeping Cars

Fahey/Klein Gallery is pleased to present Sleeping Cars, an exhibition of work by contemporary documentary photographer Gerd Ludwig. The exhibition

16
Feb

Gregory Crewdson: Cathedral of Pines

Gagosian New York is pleased to present new photographs by Gregory Crewdson. Cathedral of the Pines (2013–14) was made during

13
Feb

Daniel Beltrá: Ice/Green Lands

Renowned aerial and conservation photographer Daniel Beltrá has seen his share of the effects of global warming. For more than

10
Feb

Richard Estes: Urban Landscapes

Richard Levy Gallery is pleased to present Urban Landscapes, a selection of hyper-realistic works by Richard Estes. Regarded as one

14
Jan

Gus Powell: The Lonely Ones

Gus Powell’s photographs have been published in The New Yorker regularly for the past few years as opening images for

05
Nov

Sabine Pigalle: IN MEMORIAM

In her recent series IN MEMORIAM, French artist Sabine Pigalle pushes back the boundaries of codified territories such as painting

03
Nov

Erwin Olaf: Skin Deep

Hamiltons presents Erwin Olaf’s recently completed and newest body of work, Skin Deep. Olaf has created this “pure and less

27
Oct

Ron Galella 55 Years a Paparazzi

Ron Galella brought the work of the paparazzi, that step child of photojournalism, into the public eye, and with it

10
Oct

Ilse Bing: An Avant-Garde Vision

Galerie Edwynn Houk is pleased to present a selection of rare vintage prints by the photographer Ilse Bing (U.S., born

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