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Elliott Erwitt: Dogs
Elliott Erwitt: Dogs Acclaimed photographer Elliott Erwitt, who has a remarkable career spanning seventy years,…

Cross Currents

Alice Hoffman on Joyce Tenneson

Joyce Tenneson’s vision is so unique and glorious that it is simply unforgettable. When I first saw her photograph of Dasha with doves, I fell in love with her work and asked if I might use it on the cover of my novel, The Dovekeepers, the story of women in ancient Judea.

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New Arrivals

Edward Weston, Two Shells

Edward Weston’s Shells

Edward Weston: A Modernist Pioneer Edward Weston is a canonical figure in the history of photography. As a modernist pioneer, his artistic contributions changed the course of the medium. With an unparalleled…

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Walker Evans’ Barber Shop, New Orleans

Original, dynamic, and with an ever-present inquisitive eye, Walker Evans was a quintessential American photographer. For fifty years, Walker Evans created an enduring body of work that archived American society. As a…

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Stephen Wilkes, Polar Bears, Churchill, Manitoba, Day to Night

Stephen Wilkes’ Polar Bears, Churchill

As one of the most original contemporary photographers on the international scene, Stephen Wilkes, creates composite panoramic photographs that transcend the traditional snapshot moments of conventional photography. By creating photographs that present…

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Photo Spotlights

Elliott Erwitt: Dogs

Elliott Erwitt: Dogs Acclaimed photographer Elliott Erwitt, who has a remarkable career spanning seventy years, takes pictures of dogs mainly because he likes them. “I take a lot of pictures of dogs… Read More
Lawrence Schiller, Marilyn Monroe

Lawrence Schiller: Marilyn Monroe

Diving in with Marilyn Monroe In 1962, photographer Lawrence Schiller was invited by the French magazine Paris Match to cover Marilyn Monroe on the set of the movie Something’s Got to Give. Schiller had met…

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Albert Watson, Road Car Headlights

Albert Watson: The Isle of Skye

Continuing to explore his creative desires, Albert Watson decides to embark on a project to explore his native country’s majestic landscapes…

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Dana Gluckstein, The Human Presence

Capturing the Human Psyche Dana Glucktein‘s photographs are mesmerizing. She is recognized as one of the preeminent portrait photographers of her generation. Her work, remarkable in its straightforward yet deeply affecting portrayal…

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Simple Pleasures

Renato D'Agostin, Lexington, Kentucky

Simple Pleasures: Equus–Beauty and Form in Motion

Simple Pleasures: Equus–Beauty and Form in Motion “No hour of life is wasted that is spent in the saddle.” – Winston Churchill Simple Pleasures is an ongoing series curated by Holden Luntz Gallery,…

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Lawrence Schiller, Men at the Bar

Simple Pleasures: Did You See What I Saw?

Simple Pleasures: Did You See what I Saw? “The whole point of taking pictures is so that you don’t have to explain things with words.” – Elliott Erwitt Simple Pleasures is an ongoing…

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Jacques-Henri Lartigue, Woman With Fox Fur, Avenue Des Acacias

Simple Pleasures: Dashing through the Snow

Simple Pleasures: Dashing through the Snow “What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness.” – John Steinbeck Simple Pleasures is an ongoing series curated by…

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Gift Guides

Gifts for the Star Gazer

“For my part I know nothing with any certainty, but the sight of the stars makes me dream.” — Vincent Van Gogh

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Living With Art

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Meet our Artists

Meet our Artists: Michael Eastman

“There’s a whole range of feelings when I’m engaged in the process of making art. Certainly, excitement is one of them. When you come up with an idea, you can’t wait to…

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Meet our Artists: Ilse Bing

“I didn’t choose photography; photography chose me.” – Ilse Bing A pioneer of experimental photography, Ilse Bing was a consequential artist whose work was influential to the modernist movement and expressive development…

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Meet our Artists: Renato D’Agostin

“This book is called 7439, which is the number of miles I rode through by motorcycle from New York to California, in the summer of 2015. The coast to coast is part…

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Meet our Artists - Neil Folberg

Meet our Artists: Neil Folberg

“Taking Measure seems to be both specific and ambiguous. It’s like trying to figure out where you are, but it has two kinds of meaning. You can take measure of yourself, or…

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Dialogues

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