Photographs by Meryl Meisler featured on PBS SOUNDBREAKING Episode 5: Four On The Floor

Photographs by Meryl Meisler featured on PBS SOUNDBREAKING Episode 5: Four On The Floor

November 18th, 2016

Nine of Meryl Meisler's disco photographs were aired on PBS SOUNDBREAKING, Episode 5: Four On The Floor.

Event: Neil Latham book signing at Billy Reid on November 17th at 6pm

Event: Neil Latham book signing at Billy Reid on November 17th at 6pm

November 17th, 2016

Thursday, Nov. 17th from 6-8 PM:

"A Celebration of American Thoroughbreds with Neil Latham"

--Place: Billy Reid West Village

             94 Charles St.

             NY, NY 10014

--Book signing and display of unique one-of-a-kind original photographs from the editing process, as well as larger framed photographs.

--Holiday cocktails and light bites will be served as well.

--RSVP: catherine.counts@billyreid.com

Event: Jules Allen: Marching Bands book signing at Steven Kasher Gallery on November 12th at 3PM

Event: Jules Allen: Marching Bands book signing at Steven Kasher Gallery on November 12th at 3PM

November 12th, 2016

Book Signing: 
Saturday, November 12th from 3-5pm 

A reading from author Joe Lewis will begin promptly at 4pm.

Marching Bands is the fifth book by photographer Jules Allen. Culled from field trips ranging over a period of almost 10 years, the 96 images in Marching Bands captures the unique rythym, precision and flair of African-American marching bands.

Light refreshments will be served

Exhibition: Jill Freedman in "Seriously" at Andrew Edlin Gallery

Exhibition: Jill Freedman in "Seriously" at Andrew Edlin Gallery

November 4th - December 11th

Photographs by Jill Freedman are featured in a group exhibition at Andrew Edlin Gallery.

Featuing works by:
Thornton Dial
Ralph Fasanella
Jill Freedman
Paul Loffoley
George Widener

RUDDY ROYE FLASH SALE: STARTING OCTOBER 28th, 48 HOURS ONLY

RUDDY ROYE FLASH SALE: STARTING OCTOBER 28th, 48 HOURS ONLY

October 28th - 30th

Back by popular demand!
Friday, Oct. 28th 10AM EST – Sunday, Oct. 30th 10AM EST
Buy online (stevenkasher.bigcartel.com/products) or in the gallery


Steven Kasher Gallery is pleased to announce a flash sale of signed, 8 x 8 inch, exhibition quality prints by visionary documentary photographer Ruddy Roye. Roye has selected 12 iconic images from his debut solo exhibition, When Living Is a Protest, for this extremely limited release. Each archival pigment print is proofed and printed by Ruddy at Digital Silver Imaging, one of the finest photography labs in the US. Prints will be available for $125 each for 48 hours ONLY online and in the gallery. $15 from the sale of each print will be donated to Black Lives Matter. This is one-time chance to own a print by one of today’s most exciting emerging photographers.

Event: Black Power 50 Talk with Stephen Shames and Bobby Seale at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, October 27th, 6:30PM

Event: Black Power 50 Talk with Stephen Shames and Bobby Seale at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, October 27th, 6:30PM

October 27, 2016

Black Power 50 Talks: 
Bobby Seale and Stephen Shames

Thursday, October 27, 2016
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
515 Malcolm X Boulevard, New York, NY 10037

Discussion about the Black Panther Party
Panther co-founder Bobby Seale & Stephen Shames
in conversation with 
documentary filmmaker Byron Hurt

​Reserve a Seat @ eventbrite.com

Book signing will follow.

Press: TIME’s First Take series features Ruddy Roye

Press: TIME’s First Take series features Ruddy Roye

October 24, 2016

TIME’s First Take series features Brooklyn-based documentary photographer Ruddy Roye. Known for his raw and gritty editorial and environmental portraits, Roye sees himself as more than just a photographer – he’s also an activist whose images present society’s injustices.

Roye’s motivation is simple: “I look for dignity,” he says. “I look for what is familiar. I find it easier to look for it in somebody else and to photograph it as a way of talking about it.”

Exhibition: Stephen Shames in "Power to the People: The World of the Black Panthers" at North Gate Hall, UC Berkeley

Exhibition: Stephen Shames in "Power to the People: The World of the Black Panthers" at North Gate Hall, UC Berkeley

October 19, 2016 - January 5, 2017

An Exhibit of Photographs by Stephen Shames
Book Signing with Bobby Seale and Stephen Shames
6:00-7:00 p.m. Book Signing and Photography Exhibit (North Gate Hall)
7:00-8:30 p.m. Presentation (Sibley Auditorium)

This fall marks the 50th anniversary of the Black Panther Party's founding. The Black Panther Party was one of the most creative and influential responses to racism and economic inequality in American history. The group would become emblematic of the Black Power movement that helped shape the tumultuous years of the late 1960s and early 1970s. The Panthers electrified a generation of black youth. They remain cult heroes today, nearly 50 years after their founding.

The exhibit--which is located in the corridors of North Gate Hall--will run from August 29, 2016 until January 5, 2017.

Press: Shutterbug on Jill Freedman

Press: Shutterbug on Jill Freedman

October 18, 2016

Jack Neubart praises Jill Freedman's documentary photography.

"Jill Freedman is not one of those names that readily rolls off the tongue when we discuss documentary photography. But it should be. Her documentary photographs are as real, as telling, as poignant as it gets. They are moments captured in a style all her own, albeit with the same measure of truth as a Dorothea Lange portrait of life during the Great Depression."

Exhibition: Meryl Meisler in "BIZARRE: Assorted Madness & The Unexpected" at Bizarre Black Box Gallery

Exhibition: Meryl Meisler in "BIZARRE: Assorted Madness & The Unexpected" at Bizarre Black Box Gallery

October 1, 2016 - January 1, 2-017

Photos by Meryl Meisler, Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire & Gregory Baubeau

Bizarre Black Box Gallery
Exhibition: October 1, 2016 – January 1, 2017
Bizarre BOS Opening Party: Saturday, October 1st, 7pm – 4am
Address: 12 Jefferson St., Brooklyn, NY (J/M/Z trains to Myrtle/Broadway)

 

Exhibition: Meryl Meisler in "Bushwick Chronicle" at Stout Projects

Exhibition: Meryl Meisler in "Bushwick Chronicle" at Stout Projects

October 1 - 30, 2016

Bushwick Chronicle recognizes Bushwick as a historically significant arctic community now in need of documentation. Over the summer of 2016 through a series of open calls, Meryl invited the artists, gallerists, journalists, and organizers of Bushwick to gather for group portraits inspired by Nina Leen’s 1950 portrait of the Abstract Expressionists in “The Irascibles” and Art Kane’s 1958 portrait of Jazz Musicians in “A Great Day in Harlem.” These photographs were taken with a medium format camera using black-and-white film, returning Meryl to her analogue roots and printing in the darkroom. The exhibition of these new photographs is now paired with Meryl’s illustrative painted photographs of Bushwick from the 1980s on.

Press: The New York Times on Mark Seliger

Press: The New York Times on Mark Seliger

September 28, 2016

The New York Times explores Mark Seliger's forthcoming book “Christopher Street: Transgender Stories.”

Press: The New York Times on Ruddy Roye at Photoville

Press: The New York Times on Ruddy Roye at Photoville

September 22, 2016

The New York Times mentions the opening of Ruddy Roye's first solo exhibition in a write up about Photoville.

"Last year, Photoville presented work by Ruddy Roye, a Brooklyn-based photographer with a wide following on Instagram. Last week, Mr. Roye opened his first solo exhibition, at the Steven Kasher Gallery in Chelsea."

Art Fair: Ruddy Roye, Ming Smith, and Lou Draper in Kamoinge exhibit at Photoville

Art Fair: Ruddy Roye, Ming Smith, and Lou Draper in Kamoinge exhibit at Photoville

September 21 – 25, 2016

Photographs by gallery artists Ruddy Roye, Ming Smith, and Louis Draper are on display at Photoville from September 21-25 with Kamoinge Inc.

Press: The New York Times on Aperture's Vision & Justice issue, featuring Ruddy Roye

Press: The New York Times on Aperture's Vision & Justice issue, featuring Ruddy Roye

June 27, 2016

Ruddy Roye's work was featured in The New York Times' interview with curator Sarah Lewis on editing Aperture's special Vision+ Justice issue, which celebrates photography of the black experience.

Press: Fred McDarrah in The New York Times

Press: Fred McDarrah in The New York Times

September 8, 2016

The New York Times features a photograph by Fred McDarrah in a article about Donald Trump.

Press: Fred McDarrah in The New York Times

Press: Fred McDarrah in The New York Times

September 7, 2016

The New York Times features one of Fred McDarrah's photographs in a article about the seating chart at New York Fashion Week.

Art Fair: Salon Zurcher Photo

Art Fair: Salon Zurcher Photo

September 7th - September 12th, 2016

Zurcher Gallery
33 Bleecker Street, NY

 

Hours:
Wednesday: 6-9pm
Thursday: 12-8pm
Friday: 12-8pm
Saturday: 12-8pm
Sunday: 12-6pm
Monday: 6-8pm

Exhibition: Marianna Rothen in "Adrenaline Honey" at Catskill Art Society

Exhibition: Marianna Rothen in "Adrenaline Honey" at Catskill Art Society

September 3rd – October 10th, 2016

Photographs by Marianna Rothen are on display in the exhibition "Adrenaline Honey" at Catskill Art Society. 

Video: Miles Aldridge on "Please Return Polaroid"

Video: Miles Aldridge on "Please Return Polaroid"

September 6, 2016

Steidl interviews Miles Aldridge about his upcoming book "Please Return Polaroid".

Press: The Zenyatta Blog on Neil Latham

Press: The Zenyatta Blog on Neil Latham

July 28, 2016

“American Thoroughbred,” a fine art photography collection shot by Neil Latham that showcases Zenyatta’s portrait, has been earning accolades in top sports, horse racing, photography and news media. Not only is Zenyatta’s portrait often featured, but her iconic prowess and presence are brought up again and again.

Exhibition: Brian Griffin in "Himmelstrasse" at The Magic Gallery, London

Exhibition: Brian Griffin in "Himmelstrasse" at The Magic Gallery, London

July 21 - September 30, 2016

For the first time, all the images from this hauntingly, powerful collection will be exhibited. This series offers a moving portrait of the Polish railway tracks used to transport prisoners to Nazi extermination camps during World War ll. The tracks are photographed from head height, some in black and white, some in color, and serve as a haunting reminder of the horrors that took place under Hitler's rule.

PRESS: The Work Mag on Marianna Rothen

PRESS: The Work Mag on Marianna Rothen

July 14, 2016

The Work Mag claims Marianna Rothen to be a favorite at Photo London.

"Chief among our favourites was new photographer Marianna Rothen, a New-York based artist represented by Steven Kasher Gallery who creates atmospheric, enticingly unsettling images. Rothen works in polaroid, producing photographs that act like a window into an unnamed film-set, an overwhelmingly female world of dystopian road trips and seductive yet haunting domesticity."

PRESS: The Brooklyn Rail on Thomas Roma and Leo Rubinfien

PRESS: The Brooklyn Rail on Thomas Roma and Leo Rubinfien

July 11, 2016

The Brooklyn Rail sat down with the long-time colleagues and friends to talk through the ways in which their practices intertwine and bolster each other’s art.

Press: British Journal of Photography on Brian Griffin

Press: British Journal of Photography on Brian Griffin

July 11, 2016

British Journal of Photography explores the work of Brian Griffin. 

Much of his work, often depicting workers and tradesmen, seems meticulously staged, yet honest and full of emotions. Griffin’s work transforms workplaces into stages and his subjects into actors. As one of Britain’s most influential portrait photographers, he achieved early recognition for his work in the 1970s and 1980s, developing a style which has since been referred to as Capitalist Realism.

Exhibition: Burk Uzzle in "All About America" at The Ackland Art Museum at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Exhibition: Burk Uzzle in "All About America" at The Ackland Art Museum at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

24 June - 11 September 2016

This exhibition of more than 40 works traces the distinguished career of photographer Burk Uzzle and his observation of American society, from the turbulent politics and countercultural revolution of the 1960s to the present. All About America represents six decades of photographs by this North Carolina native thus far, from iconic photos of Martin Luther King Jr.’s funeral, the Woodstock music festival, and anti-Vietnam War demonstrations to his later study of the social landscape of America from coast to coast.The result is a unique testimony to the stresses, contradictions, and joys that have marked Americans’ modern lives.

Press: WUNC interviews Burk Uzzle

Press: WUNC interviews Burk Uzzle

June 14, 2016

Guest host Phoebe Judge talks with Burk Uzzle about his upbringing in the rural South and the stories behind his photographs.Uzzle's work is showcased in three new exhibits: Burk Uzzle: American Chronicle at the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh, on view until September 25; Burk Uzzle: Southern Landscapes at the Nasher Museum of Art in Durham is open until September 18; and All About America: Photographs by BurkUzzle at the Ackland Art Museum in Chapel Hill on view from June 24 to September 11.

Publication: Stephen Shames: Power to the People

Publication: Stephen Shames: Power to the People

June 14, 2016

 

In recognition of the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Black Panther Party, Abrams will publish "Power to the People: The World of the Black Panthers" by Stephen Shames and Bobby Seale. An accompanying exhibition at Steven Kasher Gallery will open on September 16th and run through October 29th.

Press: T Magazine on Burk Uzzle

Press: T Magazine on Burk Uzzle

June 9, 2016

Burk Uzzle shares the memories of his most unforgettable images with T Magazine. This summer, Uzzle is being celebrated in his home state of North Carolina, with ongoing shows at the N.C. Museum of Art, the Nasher Museum at Duke University and, opening on June 24, the Ackland Art Museum at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Press: Crains New York on Timothy McDarrah following in Fred W. McDarrah's footsteps

Press: Crains New York on Timothy McDarrah following in Fred W. McDarrah's footsteps

May 30, 2016

When Timothy McDarrah was a child, his father would park him for the evening with a silver-haired man named Andy at a downtown place called the Factory while he went out to photograph the Bohemians flocking to Greenwich Village. Tim’s father, Fred, was the photographer and photo editor for the Village Voice for half a century, and from the 1950s to the ’70s, when the Village was the center of intellectual and artistic ferment, the Voice was its chronicle. Now McDarrah, with his brother Patrick and their mother, Gloria, is battling to preserve some of the neighborhood’s old magic with his Save the Village walking tours of key places in its social history, even as many of those landmarks fall to gentrification and New York University’s expansion.

Exhibition: Fred W. McDarrah in Activist New York at the Museum of the City of New York, New York

Exhibition: Fred W. McDarrah in Activist New York at the Museum of the City of New York, New York

In a town renowned for its in-your-face persona, citizens have banded together on issues as diverse as historic preservation, civil rights, wages, sexual orientation, and religious freedom. Using artifacts, photographs, audio and visual presentations, as well as interactive components that seek to tell the entire story of activism in the five boroughs, Activist New York presents the passions and conflicts that underlie the city's history of agitation.

Exhibition: Fred W. McDarrah in The 1970s: The Blossoming of a Queer Enlightenment at Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, New York

Exhibition: Fred W. McDarrah in The 1970s: The Blossoming of a Queer Enlightenment at Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, New York

April 8 - July 3,2016

The 1970s: The Blossoming of a Queer Enlightenment explores the vibrant and liberating decade between the Stonewall Riots from 1969 until 1980, just before we heard the first rumblings of the AIDS crisis emerging, changing the nature of sexual relationships to the present day.

Exhibition: Fred W. McDarrah in Ed Ruscha: Ribbon Words at Edward Tyler Nahem, New York

Exhibition: Fred W. McDarrah in Ed Ruscha: Ribbon Words at Edward Tyler Nahem, New York

May 6 - July 1, 2016

"Portrait of American Pop artist Edward Ruscha as he poses with several of his 'Gunpowder Ribbon Drawings', New York, NY, December 9, 1967" is on display in the exhibition "Ed Ruscha: Ribbon Words".

Press: Garden & Gun on Burk Uzzle

Press: Garden & Gun on Burk Uzzle

June 1, 2016

Garden & Gun gives us an inside look on the work of Burk Uzzle and names him one the nations most celebrated photographers.This summer, his sixty years of photographing American life will be celebrated in a collaborative retrospective mounted by three of North Carolina’s premier museums—the Ackland Art Museum at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, and Raleigh’sNorth Carolina Museum of Art.

Press: Photomonitor gives Brian Griffin a shout out in their Photo London review

Press: Photomonitor gives Brian Griffin a shout out in their Photo London review

June 1, 2016

"The 1984 multiple-exposure portrait of Siouxsie Sioux in the shadows, unmasked by a streak of light across her eyes, one of six pictures by Brian Griffin which reminded us that a commercial photographer can also be a serious artist."

Exhibition: Burk Uzzle in "Southern Landscapes" at The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Durham

Exhibition: Burk Uzzle in "Southern Landscapes" at The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Durham

MAY 28 - SEPTEMBER 18, 2016

The 16 photographs selected for this show explore rural life in this region and how southerners have engaged with the landscape over time. This exhibition is part of a collaboration between the Nasher Museum, the Ackland Art Museum at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the North Carolina Museum of Art. 

Exhibition: Lewis Hine in Soulmaker: The Times of Lewis Hine at Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University, California

Exhibition: Lewis Hine in Soulmaker: The Times of Lewis Hine at Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University, California

May 21 - October 24, 2016

The Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University is pleased to announce Soulmaker: The Times of Lewis Hine, a new exhibition that explores the artistic mastery of photographer Lewis Hine’s images of children working in mills and factories in the early 20th century.

Press: Paddle8 on Jill Freedman

Press: Paddle8 on Jill Freedman

May 16, 2016

Paddle8 goes "behind the lens" with legendary street photographer, Jill Freedman.

PRESS: Butterfly Boy by Jerome Liebling on the cover of New York Magazine

PRESS: Butterfly Boy by Jerome Liebling on the cover of New York Magazine

May 16, 2016

Butterfly Boy by Jerome Liebling is on the cover of New York Magazine's annual "Yesteryear" issue, which takes a look at decades of dressing in New York.

Press: Metropolis Magazine puts 'Maske' by Phyllis Galembo on their list of books to read this spring!

Press: Metropolis Magazine puts 'Maske' by Phyllis Galembo on their list of books to read this spring!

April 28, 2016

Metropolis Magazine names 'Maske' by Phyllis Galembo one of 50 books to read this spring!

Award: Brian Griffin's book Himelstrasse awarded Best in Design from The Creative Review Annual

Award: Brian Griffin's book Himelstrasse awarded Best in Design from The Creative Review Annual

April 27, 2016

The Annual is Creative Review’s showcase of the best work of the year and is trusted by the industry to highlight stand-out work from around the world.
 

This year’s Best in Books for Design goes to Himmelstrasse by Brian Griffin.
 

Photographer Brian Griffin’s Himmelstrasse series offers a moving portrait of the Polish railway tracks used to transport prisoners to Nazi extermination camps during World War Two. The tracks are photographed from head height, some in black-and-white, some colour, and serve as a haunting reminder of the horrors that took place under Hitler’s rule.

Exhibition: Bill Cunningham in "Grand Divertissement à Versailles, Vintage Photographs by Bill Cunningham" at Savannah College of Art and Design

Exhibition: Bill Cunningham in "Grand Divertissement à Versailles, Vintage Photographs by Bill Cunningham" at Savannah College of Art and Design

APRIL 26 - AUGUST 21, 2016

SCAD FASH is pleased to present "Grand Divertissement à Versailles, Vintage Photographs by Bill Cunningham," an exhibition featuring exclusive, vintage images of the legendary 1973 fashion show, "The Battle of Versailles," taken by acclaimed fashion photographer, Bill Cunningham. This exhibition is made possible by Nancy North in collaboration with Elizabeth Fiore and Steven Kasher Gallery.

Exhibition: Marianna Rothen in "In The Raw: The Female Gaze on the Nude" at The Untitled Space, New York

Exhibition: Marianna Rothen in "In The Raw: The Female Gaze on the Nude" at The Untitled Space, New York

May 3 - 21, 2016

The Untitled Space is pleased to present “In The Raw: The Female Gaze on the Nude”, an exhibit of 20 female artists and their intimate vision on the female nude. Curated by Indira Cesarine and Coco Dolle, the exhibit will be on view from May 3 -21, and includes works of photography, painting, sculpture, mixed media and video.

Exhibition: Mike Disfarmer in "Disfarmer: The Vintage Prints" at Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam (FOAM) in Amsterdam

Exhibition: Mike Disfarmer in "Disfarmer: The Vintage Prints" at Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam (FOAM) in Amsterdam

March 18th - June 5th, 2016

Between 1915 and 1959, American studio photographer Mike Disfarmer (1884-1959) made portraits of the residents of Heber Springs, a small town in rural Arkansas. Only after his death did his work become known internationally and regarded as a typical example of classic American portrait photography. Foam is staging a major retrospective, with 182 vintage photographs, including a number of 8 x 10 inch prints that have never been exhibited before.

Exhibition: Burk Uzzle in "American Chronicle" at The North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh

Exhibition: Burk Uzzle in "American Chronicle" at The North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh

April 16– September 25, 2016

This exhibition provides an overview of Uzzle’s career and is organized in collaboration with the Ackland Art Museum at UNC–Chapel Hill and the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University. On view April 16, 2016 – September 25, 2016.

EVENT: Brian Griffin Studio Workshop in London on May 16th & 17th

EVENT: Brian Griffin Studio Workshop in London on May 16th & 17th

May 16 - 17, 2016

Master photographer Brian Griffin will tutor a small and intimate group of 12 photographers on studio portraiture and still life.

 

Griffin will encourage participants to gather objects, invite members of the public or invitees to have their picture taken and experiment in the studio, the rest is Griffin’s magic!

 

Max Capacity: 12 participants
Dates: Monday 16th and Tuesday 17th May 2016
Times: 10:00 – 19:00 (Mon) & 09:00 – 17:00 (Tue)
Fee: £250
Venue: SPACE Studios

PRESS: Ken Burns on Jerome Liebling

PRESS: Ken Burns on Jerome Liebling

April 9, 2016

We recently discovered a video of filmmaker Ken Burns speaking about his mentor Jerome Liebling. http://nyti.ms/1qwrPBL

ART FAIR: Steven Kasher Gallery Exhibiting at The Photography Show 2016 presented by AIPAD

ART FAIR: Steven Kasher Gallery Exhibiting at The Photography Show 2016 presented by AIPAD

April 13, 2016 - April 17, 2016

Steven Kasher Gallery will be exhibiting works by Mariana Cook, Mark Seliger, Thomas Roma, Marianna Rothen, Carl Strüwe, and more at the Park Avenue Armory, booth 414 from April 13th to April 17th.

Art Fair and Talk: Steven Kasher moderates "The Photobook Today: A Discussion of the Evolving Medium" on Saturday April 16th at 10am at the Park Avenue Armory

Art Fair and Talk: Steven Kasher moderates "The Photobook Today: A Discussion of the Evolving Medium" on Saturday April 16th at 10am at the Park Avenue Armory

April 16, 2016

The AIPAD Public Program will be held on Saturday, April 16 and will include informative discussion sessions that feature prominent leaders in the world of fine art photography. This year's Public Program will feature "The Photobook Today: A Discussion of the Evolving Medium" at 10am, moderated by Steven Kasher.

 

New technologies and new media have produced an astounding flourish of photobook creativity. The old model of books that are collections of images competes with books that are authorial works cover to cover. How can we best nurture the ecology of these two types of publications?

 

Speakers include:
Michael Itkoff, Harper Levine, Lesley A. Martin, and gallerty artist Leo Rubinfein.

Exhibition: Phyllis Galembo in "Dress UP" at sepiaEYE Gallery

Exhibition: Phyllis Galembo in "Dress UP" at sepiaEYE Gallery

March 31, 2016

Dress-Up is a group exhibition in which costume, performance, persona, and pose are explored through the lens of photographers Qiana Mestrich, Phyllis Galembo, and Charan Singh.

Exhibition: Fred W. McDarrah "The Velvet Underground New York Extravaganza" at Philharmonie de Paris

Exhibition: Fred W. McDarrah "The Velvet Underground New York Extravaganza" at Philharmonie de Paris

March 30 - August 21, 2016

Fred W. McDarrah's photographs are featured in Philharmonie de Paris' exhibition "The Velvet Underground New York Extravaganza," an immersive, impressionistic and multimedia exhibition told by the eye-witnesses and contributors of the time. On view March 30 – August 21, 2016. 

 

 

Exhibition: Jerome Liebling in "Uncanny Valley: Portraits of the Almost-Human" at Smith College Museum of Art

Exhibition: Jerome Liebling in "Uncanny Valley: Portraits of the Almost-Human" at Smith College Museum of Art

February 26 – May 8, 2016

Jerome Liebling's photographs are featured in Smith College's exhibition Uncanny Valley: Portraits of the Almost-Human. Including eleven works by twentieth and twenty-first century photographers, Uncanny Valley aims to capture the stark and strangely intimate world of human-facsimiles. From the coy disaffection of fashion mannequins, to the spectacle of religious shrines, to the likeness of Lady Liberty herself, the care with which these figures were photographed gives life to the not-quite-living. On view February 26 – May 8, 2016. http://smith.edu/artmuseum/On-View/Portraits-of-the-Almost-Human

Exhibition: Fred W. McDarrah Photographs in Exhibition Curated By Hilton Als at The Artist's Institute

Exhibition: Fred W. McDarrah Photographs in Exhibition Curated By Hilton Als at The Artist's Institute

March 2 - August 7, 2016

The first of three exhibitions organized by Hilton Als for the Artist's Institute focuses on the history of trans women in 1970's New York. Fred W. McDarrah's photographs of Candy Darling and Holly Woodlawn will be featured in the exhibition. The show will commence on March 2nd and run until August 7th at The Artist's Institute's new address at 132 East 65th Street. bit.ly/1mXWt4r

Exhibition: Fred W. McDarrah in "Beat Generation" at Centre Georges Pompidou

Exhibition: Fred W. McDarrah in "Beat Generation" at Centre Georges Pompidou

June 22 - October 3, 2016

The Centre Pompidou is to present Beat Generation, a novel retrospective dedicated to the literary and artistic movement born in the late 1940s that would exert an ever-growing influence for the next two decades, featuring photographs by Robert Frank, John Cohen, and Fred W. McDarrah. bit.ly/1Um2N3i

Exhibition: Miles Aldridge in "60 Years of Fashion Photography" at Atlas Gallery

Exhibition: Miles Aldridge in "60 Years of Fashion Photography" at Atlas Gallery

February 25th, 2016

There will be nearly 40 diverse photographs charting the evolving styles of the medium, the depiction of the female form, and the making of icons alongside uncommissioned works by renowned fashion photographers. From Richard Avedon and Miles Aldridge to Lillian Bassman and Tony McGeen – expect everything from the iconic and experimental to the contemporary. http://bit.ly/1SQ6nDF

Exhibition: Fred W. McDarrah  in "Warhol by the Book" at The Morgan Library & Museum

Exhibition: Fred W. McDarrah in "Warhol by the Book" at The Morgan Library & Museum

FEBRUARY 5, 2016- May 15, 2016

Andy Warhol’s fascination with publishing and the art of the book was lifelong—rooted in his artistic training as a college student and early career in advertising, fashion, and commercial illustration. For close to forty years, books were a touchstone for Warhol—a medium to which he returned again and again as a platform for his unparalleled creativity. He contributed to more than eighty projects for books and left traces behind of dozens of others that were never realized. http://bit.ly/1KG389q

Exhibition: Daido Moriyama on view in "Daido Tokyo" at the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain in Paris

Exhibition: Daido Moriyama on view in "Daido Tokyo" at the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain in Paris

February 6, 2016- June 5, 2016

Daido Moriyama returns to the Fondation Cartier in Paris, some twelve years after his first exhibition there, to present “Daido Tokyo,” a new showcase curated by Hervé Chandès and Alexis Fabry that focuses on his most recent work.  Although it was Moriyama’s body of black-and-white, snapshot-like images that first made his name, “Daido Tokyo” is comprised of a large selection of brilliantly colored photographs that are not often associated with his style.  On view February 6- June 5, 2016. http://bit.ly/1NiXqtO

Publication and Talk: Henry Chalfant to give talk on his new edition of "Subway Art" at 92Y

Publication and Talk: Henry Chalfant to give talk on his new edition of "Subway Art" at 92Y

January 28, 2016

In 1984, Henry Chalfant and Martha Cooper released Subway Art, a bible of New York City's graffi scene.  Thirty years later, a new edition is released including over seventy previously unpublished photographs and a thoughtful introduction and afterward on the artists' collaboration during this era of urban art.  January 28th at noon, they will share some of these images and discuss the passion, creativity and resourcefulness of unlikely kids inventing an art form destined to spread worldwide and spawn the present-day street art movement.  A booksigning will follow the talk. The event takes place at 92Y at Lexington Avenue and 92nd St. Tickets are available here: http://bit.ly/1JWnU9B 

Exhibition: Bob Colacello in "In and Out with Andy" at the Boca Raton Museum of Art

Exhibition: Bob Colacello in "In and Out with Andy" at the Boca Raton Museum of Art

January 26, 2016- May 1, 2016

Bob Colacello, a fixture of the wild, glamorous, disco-and-drugs-driven world of Andy Warhol, was perfectly positioned to record the frenetic pace of the 70's-era Factory scene. This first major museum exhibition of Colacello's candid photos includes vintage prints and selections from his book, OUThttp://bit.ly/20bNYBD

 

On January 24th from 3- 4 p.m., Colacello discusses his new exhibition and recalls life with Warhol, the brilliant, controlling, private, insecure, and immeasurably influential man who continues to fascinate us.  This talk will be presented at FAU University Theatre, 777 Glades Road, Boca Raton, Florida. http://bit.ly/1RRccQB

Guided walk-through of our Louis Draper exhibition by Nell Draper-Winston

Guided walk-through of our Louis Draper exhibition by Nell Draper-Winston

January 16, 2016

Join us for a guided walk-through of our "Louis Draper" exhibition by Draper's sister, Nell Draper-Winston, Saturday, January 16th at noon.  Since 2002, Draper’s sister, Nell Draper-Winston, has worked to bring Draper’s photography once again into the public eye.  Her efforts resulted in the first ever retrospective of the artists’ work at Candela Gallery in 2014. http://on.fb.me/1PtNYp5

 

Watch Nell Draper-Winston talk about her brother's ability to capture the character of everyday people in a video created by the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. http://bit.ly/1NbU2kj

Panel Discussion on PM New York Daily at Steven Kasher Gallery

Panel Discussion on PM New York Daily at Steven Kasher Gallery

February 6, 2016

The gallery will host a panel discussion on PM on Saturday, February 6th from 3-5pm. Panelists include Brian Wallis, Curator of the Walther Collection and former Chief Curator of the ICP; Paul Milkman, scholar and author of PM: A New Deal in Journalism 1940-1948; Jason Hill, Associate Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art and Visual Culture at the University of Delaware and author of the forthcoming book Artist as Reporter: Weegee, Ad Reinhardt, and the PM News Picture and Laetitia Barrere, Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Curatorial Fellow at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The panel will be moderated by our Curatorial Director Anais Feyeux.

Exhibition: Fred W. McDarrah in  "In the Shadow of the Highway: Robert Moses’ Expressway and the Battle for Downtown” at the NYC Municipal Archives

Exhibition: Fred W. McDarrah in "In the Shadow of the Highway: Robert Moses’ Expressway and the Battle for Downtown” at the NYC Municipal Archives

September 24, 2015- January 29, 2016

Fred W. McDarrah’s highway protest photographs are on view in "In the Shadow of the Highway: Robert Moses’ Expressway and the Battle for Downtown” at the NYC Municipal Archives, 31 Chamber Street, through January 29th. This free exhibit focuses on activists who stopped Robert Moses’ proposed Lower Manhattan Expressway from destroying downtown Manhattan, and on the ongoing impact of development and gentrification on the Lower East Side. http://on.nyc.gov/1GbSk33

Exhibition: Jerome Liebling on view in "Singing Our History: People and Places of the Red Lake Nation" at University of Minnesota's Katherine E. Nash Gallery

Exhibition: Jerome Liebling on view in "Singing Our History: People and Places of the Red Lake Nation" at University of Minnesota's Katherine E. Nash Gallery

January 19, 2016- February 13, 2016

Jerome Liebling is on view in University of Minnesota's exhibition Singing Our History: People and Places of the Red Lake Nation which explores the many ways the Red Lake Nation has been and continues to be portrayed by artists and members of its communities through art and photography. The exhibition is a collaboration between the Red Lake Ojibwe and the Department of American Studies at the University of Minnesota.  A reception will be held on January 23 from 6-9 p.m.   http://bit.ly/1RffUDq

Video Release: Steven Kasher Gallery Releases New Video, First in Series: Thomas Roma: In the Vale of Cashmere

Video Release: Steven Kasher Gallery Releases New Video, First in Series: Thomas Roma: In the Vale of Cashmere

December 23, 2015

Steven Kasher Gallery is proud to announce the Vimeo release of a new seven-minute, black and white video on Thomas Roma and his latest body of photographs, In the Vale of Cashmere. This “video poem”, directed by Rachel Liebling, combines three elements; photographs, a voiceover of an interview with Roma, and music. Produced by Steven Kasher, this is the first in a series of videos about projects and issues in the world of photography. 

Publication: Clifford Ross' Hurricane Waves copublished by MIT Press and Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art

Publication: Clifford Ross' Hurricane Waves copublished by MIT Press and Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art

August 14, 2015

This book collects for the first time the entire Hurricane Waves series, begun in 1996, featuring texts by Phong Bui, Jay A. Clarke, Orville Schell, and Joseph Thompson. http://bit.ly/1IXzxqZ

Exhibition: Fred W. McDarrah in “Give Peace Another Chance!: Warhol in New York” at ONO Arte Contemporanea in Bologna

Exhibition: Fred W. McDarrah in “Give Peace Another Chance!: Warhol in New York” at ONO Arte Contemporanea in Bologna

December 12, 2015- January 10, 2016

Photos by Fred W. McDarrah are on view in “Give Peace Another Chance! : Warhol in New York” at ONO Arte Contemporanea in Bologna, Italy. The exhibition portrays the crucial role Andy Warhol played for New York City and its rapid evolution of pop culture.  On view December 12, 2015- January 10th, 2016. http://bit.ly/1VJi796

Publication: Clifford Ross' Seen and Imagined: The World of Clifford Ross copublished by MIT Press and Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art

Publication: Clifford Ross' Seen and Imagined: The World of Clifford Ross copublished by MIT Press and Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art

November 25, 2015

Seen & Imagined accompanies a landmark exhibition at MASS MoCA.  Texts by noted writers and critics David Anfam, Quentin Bajac, Arthur C. Danto, Jack Flam, Nicholas Negroponte, and Jock Reynolds, comment on Ross’s work, placing it within the history of art and technology. http://bit.ly/1QcnlLx.

Press: Interview with Steven Kasher and Cassandra Johnson in Manhattan Sideways

Press: Interview with Steven Kasher and Cassandra Johnson in Manhattan Sideways

November 20, 2015

Olivia Harding of Manhattan Sideways sat down with Steven Kasher and Cassandra Johnson, Gallery Director, to talk about SKG's mission is to expand the dialogue around what a photograph is and what it can do in our culture. http://bit.ly/1l383KQ

Exhibition: Jerome Liebling on view in "Energies and Elegies" at Mount Holyoke College Art Museum

Exhibition: Jerome Liebling on view in "Energies and Elegies" at Mount Holyoke College Art Museum

July 14, 2015- December 2, 2015

Jerome Liebling's Emily Dickinson's White Dress, The Homestead is on view at Mount Holyoke College Art Museum's exhibition Engergies and Elegies, which explores themes of absence and abundance, entropy and energy. In addition to Jerome Liebling, the exhibition also includes Kiki Smith, Rosamond Purcell,and Julie Mehretu. Energy and Elegies is on view through December 2.  President of Mount Holyoke College, Lynn Pasquerella, speaks about being mesmorized by Liebling's print in the following article: http://bit.ly/1GXfyNZ

Exhibition: Jerome Liebling on view in "4,2,3,1..." at Galerie Frederic-Moisan for the Photo Saint-Germain Festival

Exhibition: Jerome Liebling on view in "4,2,3,1..." at Galerie Frederic-Moisan for the Photo Saint-Germain Festival

November 4, 2015- November 28, 2015

Works by Jerome Liebling will be on view at Galerie Frédéric-Moisan from November 4 - 28, 2015.  Exhibition 4,3,2,1… ! (4 photographers, 3 countries, 2 colors, 1 vision) is part of the Photo Saint-Germain Festival, and, in addition to the works of Jerome Liebling, will also include works by Bernard Guillot, Leo Matiz, and Vivian Maier.  Opening reception Thursday November 5, 2015, from 6-9 p.m. http://bit.ly/1Q9xNBm

Exhibition: Daido Moriyama retrospective "Marrakech: Shooting Light" at Marrakech Museum for Photography and Visual Art

Exhibition: Daido Moriyama retrospective "Marrakech: Shooting Light" at Marrakech Museum for Photography and Visual Art

October 10, 2015- January 10, 2016

Daido Moriyama's exhibition Marrakech: Shooting Light is a major retrospective of Daido Moriyama's work.  The exhibition features Daido's work shot in Marrakech as well as a selection of his most iconic images from Japan in the 1970s and 80s.  It is on view at the Marrakech Museum for Photography and Visual Art through January 10, 2015, with an opening reception on November 6.  http://bit.ly/1NtQ2zt

Exhibition & Publication: Marianna Rothen featured in the Belgian magazine Snoeck's 92nd edition and accompanying exhibition at De Schipperskapel in Bruges

Exhibition & Publication: Marianna Rothen featured in the Belgian magazine Snoeck's 92nd edition and accompanying exhibition at De Schipperskapel in Bruges

October 3, 2015- November 29, 2015

Marianna Rothen is featured in Snoecks, a 550-plus-page Belgian magazine which appears once a year in October and focuses on the most interesting new international developments in the arts, photography and literature.  Marianna Rothen’s work  is part of its accompanying exhibition which runs through  November 29th, 2015 at De Schipperskapel (Komvest 38, 8000 Bruges, Belgium).  It is open every weekend from 2pm- 5pm.  For more information please visit the exhibition’s Facebook page: http://on.fb.me/1kzqO8s

Exhibition:  Miles Aldridge in  "The Dazzling Beauty" at the Oca Museum in San Paolo, Brazil

Exhibition: Miles Aldridge in "The Dazzling Beauty" at the Oca Museum in San Paolo, Brazil

October 15, 2015- November 2, 2015

The Oca Museum in San Paolo, Brazil is showing fifty Miles Aldridge photos in his exhibit The Dazzling Beauty as a part of their fashion week until October 15, 2015- November 2, 2015. For more information on the exhibit, please visit the following website (Portuguese language): http://bit.ly/1JhnLrP  

Exhibition: Miles Aldridge in "From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk" at the Kunsthalle-Munchen in Germany

Exhibition: Miles Aldridge in "From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk" at the Kunsthalle-Munchen in Germany

September 18, 2015- February 14, 2016

At the Kunsthalle-Munchen in Germany, Miles Aldridge's Immaculée images are part of From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk, a complete journey through the work of designer Jean Paul Gaultier.  The exhibition is on view from September 18, 2015 through February 14, 2016.  http://bit.ly/1Pd4KLH

Leo Rubinfien to give lecture at Japan Society

Leo Rubinfien to give lecture at Japan Society

November 19, 2015

Acclaimed photographer Leo Rubinfien discusses his formative years in Japan in the 1960s, and the impact that For a New World to Come photographers such as Daidō Moriyama and Shōmei Tōmatsu had upon his practice, including his most recent body of work that opened at Steven Kasher Gallery in New York City this fall. The talk takes place on November 19, 2015 at 6:30 pm at the Japan Society and is followed by an exclusive cocktail reception for ticket-holders.  www.japansociety.org/event/leo-rubinfien

Roxanne Lowit documentary presented at a Vanity Fair party in Venice

Roxanne Lowit documentary presented at a Vanity Fair party in Venice

September 6, 2015

A Vanity Fair event and a documentary directed by Yvonne Scio narrate the story and works of the great New York photographer Roxanne Lowit on September 6th in Venice.  http://bit.ly/1ZhIzIR

 

Press: Fred W. McDarrah inspired "Save The Village" walking tour is featured in the New York Times

Press: Fred W. McDarrah inspired "Save The Village" walking tour is featured in the New York Times

August 20, 2015

Last year, Steven Kasher Gallery exhibited the photography of Fred W. McDarrah, who documented the changing scene of Greenwich Village since the 1960s. The spirit of that show has taken the form of this walking tour, which includes stops at the places McDarrah captured on film including locales like Washington Square Park and the Stonewall Inn.  For more information on the tour, please visit http://savethevillagetours.com. To view the New York Times, article click on this link: http://nyti.ms/1JxnENP

Exhibition: Fred W. McDarrah in "Artist to Artist" at Albright-Knox Art Gallery

Exhibition: Fred W. McDarrah in "Artist to Artist" at Albright-Knox Art Gallery

July 11, 2015- November 8, 2015

This exhibition features photographs of prominent Twentieth- and Twenty-First-Century artists from the Albright-Knox Collection including Fred W. McDarrah, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Hollis Frampton, Marcel Duchamp and Jasper Jones. Taken by fellow artists, these portraits were created over a span of more than seventy years and capture artistic figures that define the modern and contemporary art world.  Artist to Artist opens at Albright- Knox Art Gallery on July 11, 2015 andis on view through November 8, 2015.  http://bit.ly/1EHeTID

 

Exhibitions: FRED W. MCDARRAH PHOTOGRAPHS featured in seven summer 2015 exhibitions

Exhibitions: FRED W. MCDARRAH PHOTOGRAPHS featured in seven summer 2015 exhibitions

The photographs of Fred W. McDarrah will be featured in seven different exhibitions this summer, both nationally and internationally.

Exhibition: Fred W. McDarrah on view in "WARHOL UNDERGROUND" at the Centre Pompidou-Metz

Exhibition: Fred W. McDarrah on view in "WARHOL UNDERGROUND" at the Centre Pompidou-Metz

July 1, 2015- November 23, 2015

Fren W. McDarrah is featured in Warhol Underground which highlights the influence of the music scene and avant-garde choreography in the work of Andy Warhol.  It also discusses the microcosm of the "factory", which was open for artist residencies at a time when Warhol discovered, with ever renewed curiosity, the underground music scene and tried to produce " Superstars ".   The exhibition opens at the Centre Pompidou-Metz on July 1, 2015.  http://centrepompidou-metz.fr/warhol-underground

Miles Aldridge's Pop-Up Gallery Exhibition at 60 Soho was praised by numerous publications

Miles Aldridge's Pop-Up Gallery Exhibition at 60 Soho was praised by numerous publications

Miles Aldridge's Pop-Up Gallery Exhibition at 60 Soho was reviewd by Time Lightbox and W Magazine.  Click the links below to view the full articles, or visit our press page.

Time Lightbox: http://time.com/3640178/miles-aldridge-plastic-surgery/

W Magazine:http://www.wmagazine.com/parties/2015/06/miles-aldridge-photography-exhibition/photos/

 

Our exhibition Burk Uzzle: American Puzzles has been praised by the press

Our exhibition Burk Uzzle: American Puzzles has been praised by the press

Our exhibition Burk Uzzle: American Puzzles has been featured in press publications such as CNN, Time Lightbox, New York Times Lens Blog, and BBC.  Click the link below for links to the full articles.

EXHIBITION: CLIFFORD ROSS on view in "LANDSCAPES SEEN & IMAGINED" AT Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art

EXHIBITION: CLIFFORD ROSS on view in "LANDSCAPES SEEN & IMAGINED" AT Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art

May 23, 2015- April 17, 2016

In this major mid-career museum survey, Landscape Seen & Imagined documents Clifford Ross’s longstanding project to reconcile realism and abstraction. The exhibition takes place throughout two buildings, six galleries, and an exterior performing arts courtyard.  Ross’s hyper-detailed photographs of hurricane waves and mountains are included along with a new “invisible art” project featuring animated virtual elements only accessible by means of the viewer’s smartphone.  Clifford Ross: Landscapes Seen & Imagined opens at MASS MoCA on May 23, 2015. For more, visit: http://bit.ly/1QcnlLx

EXHIBITION: Accra Shepp on view in "THE ORDER OF THINGS: PHOTOGRAPHY FROM THE WALTHER COLLECTION" at The Walther Collection in Neu-Ulm, Germany

EXHIBITION: Accra Shepp on view in "THE ORDER OF THINGS: PHOTOGRAPHY FROM THE WALTHER COLLECTION" at The Walther Collection in Neu-Ulm, Germany

May 17, 2015- October 10, 2015

The Order of Things: Photography from the Walther Collection, featuring photographs by Accra Shepp and curated by Brian Wallis, former chief curator at the International Center of Photography in New York, will be on view at The Walther Collection in Neu-Ulm, Germany, beginning May 17, 2015 and will be accompanied by a catologue, displaying Shepp's photograph on the cover, published by Steidl/The Walther Collection.  

EXHIBITION: Fred W. McDarrah's never before seen photos featured in "YOKO ONO: ONE WOMAN SHOW, 1960 – 1971"  at the Museum of Modern Art

EXHIBITION: Fred W. McDarrah's never before seen photos featured in "YOKO ONO: ONE WOMAN SHOW, 1960 – 1971" at the Museum of Modern Art

May 17, 2015- September 7, 2015

Yoko Ono: One Woman Show, 1960 – 1971, featuring never before seen photos by Fred W. McDarrah opens on May 17 at the Museum of Modern Art.  

PRESS: "Jerome Liebling: Brooklyn and Other Boroughs", 1946-1996 and "Fred W. McDarrah: The Artist's World" featured in The New York Times, The New Yorker, and more

PRESS: "Jerome Liebling: Brooklyn and Other Boroughs", 1946-1996 and "Fred W. McDarrah: The Artist's World" featured in The New York Times, The New Yorker, and more

April 17, 2015

Our exhibitions Jerome Liebling: Brooklyn and Other Boroughs and Fred W. McDarrah: The Artist's World were reviewed in numerous publications including The New York Times, NY 1 News, Time Lightbox, and The New Yorker.  To view the full articles, click the link below or visit our press page.

ART FAIR: Jerome Liebling Featured in Harvey Wang's "From Darkroom to Daylight" Film Screening at AIPAD

ART FAIR: Jerome Liebling Featured in Harvey Wang's "From Darkroom to Daylight" Film Screening at AIPAD

April 18, 2015

Jerome Liebling will be featured in a film screening at AIPAD on Saturday, April 18 at 1:45 PM as a part of the 2015 public program.  Harvey Wang's film From Darkroom to Daylight explores how the dramatic change from film to digital has affected photographers and their work.  

EXHIBITION: FRED W. MCDARRAH's rarely seen PHOTOS on view in "Arts & Foods: Rituals Since 1851" at the Triennale Design Museum in Milan

EXHIBITION: FRED W. MCDARRAH's rarely seen PHOTOS on view in "Arts & Foods: Rituals Since 1851" at the Triennale Design Museum in Milan

April 9, 2015- November 1, 2015

Milan Triennale is featuring rarely seen Fred W. McDarrah photos on the show theme of Artists and Food.  The exhibition opens on April 9, 2015 at the Triennale Design Museum.

PRESS: Fred W. McDarrah photographs Featured on MSNBC for World Poetry Day

PRESS: Fred W. McDarrah photographs Featured on MSNBC for World Poetry Day

March 21, 2015

MSNBC features a selection of Fred W. McDarrah's photographs in a slideshow commemorating World Poetry Day. 

Press: "Selma March 1965" featured in The New York Times, CNN, and more

Press: "Selma March 1965" featured in The New York Times, CNN, and more

March 5, 2015

Our highly-anticipated exhibition Selma March 1965 was previewed in three New York Times articles, CNN online, the New York Review of Books, and Arise News. To read the articles, click the link below, or visit our press page.

PRESS: The Wall Street Journal Features Melissa Cacciola's Current Exhibition at the World Trade Center

PRESS: The Wall Street Journal Features Melissa Cacciola's Current Exhibition at the World Trade Center

February 15, 2015

The Wall Street Journal featured Melissa Cacciola's current exhibition at the World Trade Center, Skywalkers: The Legacy of the Mohawk Ironworker at the World Trade Center. Click on the link below to read a fascinating interview with Melissa about the series

ART FAIR: Steven Kasher Gallery Exhibiting at Photo London

ART FAIR: Steven Kasher Gallery Exhibiting at Photo London

February 6, 2015

Steven Kasher Gallery is proud to announce that it will be exhibiting at the inaugural edition of Photo London, a new international photography fair launching in May 2015.

EXHIBITION: Melissa Cacciola's Tintypes on View at The World Trade Center

EXHIBITION: Melissa Cacciola's Tintypes on View at The World Trade Center

January 17, 2015

Skywalkers presents Cacciola's efforts to document this latest generation of Mohawk ironworkers and record a dying tradition. This portfolio represents thirty tintype portraits of Mohawk ironworkers from the Kahnawake and Akwesasne reservations in Canada.

AWARD: 2014 Robert De Niro Sr. Prize Awarded To Robert Bordo

AWARD: 2014 Robert De Niro Sr. Prize Awarded To Robert Bordo

December 4, 2014

American painter Robert Bordo was awarded the 2014 Robert De Niro Sr. Prize. Each year, the estate supports a mid-career American painter with the $25,000 cash prize. We are proud to be exhibiting a painting by Bordo in our current exhibition 12 Painters: The Studio School, 1974/2014, on view through January 10th, 2015. 

EXHIBITION: Jack Tworkov

EXHIBITION: Jack Tworkov

November 21, 2014

Curated by Jason Andrew, this exhibition is the first of its kind to bring together important paintings from the 1970s offering a reflection on Tworkov’s tension between spontaneity and restraint, the automatic and the planned.

EXHIBITION: Jerome Liebling Opening at Galerie Frédéric Moisan during the 2014 Photography Month Festival in Paris

EXHIBITION: Jerome Liebling Opening at Galerie Frédéric Moisan during the 2014 Photography Month Festival in Paris

October 29, 2014

Jerome Liebling's images, taken on city streets or in rural towns, defies easy categorization. His images are suffused with startling intimacy; the gaze of his subjects reflecting struggles yet to be overcome. The places, too, bear the traces of time and the scars of victory. And yet the weariness of those faces and places does little to diminish their power. Liebling’s work is a tribute to human perseverance and courage.

EXHIBITION: Leo Rubinfien's "A Map of the East" on View at Taka Ishii Gallery; New Publication Featured on the New York Review of Books

EXHIBITION: Leo Rubinfien's "A Map of the East" on View at Taka Ishii Gallery; New Publication Featured on the New York Review of Books

October 28, 2014

This solo exhibition, Rubinfien's second with the gallery, will feature 17 color photographs selected from his series A Map of the East, which he made in Japan and other parts of Asia between 1980 and 1987.

EXHIBITION: Major Paul Kooiker Opens at the Fotomuseum Den Haag

EXHIBITION: Major Paul Kooiker Opens at the Fotomuseum Den Haag

October 18, 2014

The exhibition brings together photographic works and publications from the artist's 20 year career. As the title suggests, images on view include nudes from his many series exploring voyeurism and innocence; animals; and the countless cigars he has smoked in his studio.

PUBLICATION: Marc Asnin and Neverland Launches "Photographers Selfie Against the Death Penalty" in support of "Final Words"

September 25, 2014

Final Words is a collection of the final statements of the 515 inmates that have been executed by the state of Texas since 1982. The project seeks to focus on the humanity that remains at the center of the death penalty in America.

PRESS: Miles Aldridge in the New York Times

PRESS: Miles Aldridge in the New York Times

September 17, 2014

Miles Aldridge was featured in the New York Times article "Fashion Photography Is the Art World's Rising Star" profiling the rise of fashion photographers and their work in museums and galleries across the globe. 

EXHIBITION: Phyllis Galembo at the Israel Museum

EXHIBITION: Phyllis Galembo at the Israel Museum

June 10, 2014

Images by Phyllis Galembo have been included in a show at the Israel Museum entitled Face to Face: The Oldest Masks in the World.

EXHIBITION: Melissa Cacciola's "War and Peace" on view at the Nation Museum of the Marine Corps

EXHIBITION: Melissa Cacciola's "War and Peace" on view at the Nation Museum of the Marine Corps

May 20, 2014

Melissa Cacciola's "War and Peace" a series of tintype diptychs showing service men and women in uniform and civilian attire exploring war, identity and the meaning of serving their country.

EXHIBITION: "Style Wars" and Henry Chalfant at the Museum of the City of New York

EXHIBITION: "Style Wars" and Henry Chalfant at the Museum of the City of New York

May 7, 2014

Made in 1983 the film won a Sundance Grand Jury prize and was the first documentary to truly examine hip hop culture.

PRESS: Steven Kasher Gallery a "Must-See" at AIPAD

April 11, 2014

Thank you to ARTINFO for naming us a must-see at AIPAD!

AWARD: Phyllis Galembo named 2014 Guggenheim Fellow

AWARD: Phyllis Galembo named 2014 Guggenheim Fellow

April 11, 2014

We're very excited to announce that Phyllis Galembo has been named a 2014 Guggeinheim Fellow in the field of photography. 

PRESS: Jerome Liebling in the New York Times and the New Yorker

PRESS: Jerome Liebling in the New York Times and the New Yorker

April 11, 2014

Jerome Liebling:Matter of Life and Death featured in the New York Times and the New Yorker

EXHIBITION: Vivian Maier at the Chicago Public Library

EXHIBITION: Vivian Maier at the Chicago Public Library

March 28, 2014

The Harold Washington Library Center at the Chicago Public Library will be showing a selection of Vivian Maier images. The exhibition showcases images of Chicago particularly Maxwell Street and images of 1968's social unrest.

PRESS: "Finding Vivian Maier" profiled in the New York Times

PRESS: "Finding Vivian Maier" profiled in the New York Times

March 22, 2014

In this Sunday's New York Times John Anderson reviews the documentary Finding Vivian Maier.

AWARD: "Imagine...Vivian Maier: Who Took Nanny's Pictures?" Wins Prestigious RTS Award

AWARD: "Imagine...Vivian Maier: Who Took Nanny's Pictures?" Wins Prestigious RTS Award

March 19, 2014

 "Imagine..." tells Maier's story and attempts to unwrap the mystery of her almost unfound images and the discovery which lead to a rapid climb to acclaim.

PUBLICATION: Bob Colacello's "Holy Terror" Re-Released

PUBLICATION: Bob Colacello's "Holy Terror" Re-Released

March 11, 2014

In the rerelease of Holy Terror, Colacello brings us into Andy's world: into the Factory office, into Studio 54, into wild celebrity-studded parties, and into the early-morning phone calls where the mysterious artist was at his most honest and vulnerable. Colacello gives us, as no one else can, a riveting portrait of this extraordinary man: brilliant, controlling, shy, insecure, and immeasurably influential. 

PRESS: New York Times Previews our Jerome Liebling Exhibition

PRESS: New York Times Previews our Jerome Liebling Exhibition

March 8, 2014

 Mr. Liebling, who became known as a member of the Photo League, a group of socially minded photographers that disbanded in 1951, dug deeply into his subjects, using still photography almost like film, to explore a condition rather than an instant. “He and his subjects are looking at each other,” said Rachel Liebling, who curated an exhibition of her father’s work, which is to run at the Steven Kasher Gallery from March 13 to April 19. “They’re looking at him and he’s looking at them. He felt the regular people were the superstars. Those portraits are about that.”

PRESS: Vietnam War Panel Discussion at the 92nd Street Y

PRESS: Vietnam War Panel Discussion at the 92nd Street Y

February 27, 2014

The 92nd Street Y has organized a panel discussion "Defining Vietnam" featuring war correspondent Peter Arnett, veteran combat reporter Kimberly Dozier, and author Pete Hamill.  They will discuss the photographs from the critically acclaimed exhibition we mounted last October, Vietnam: The Real War: A Photographic History from the Associated Press. 

EXHIBITION: Phyllis Galembo Opens Two Exhibitions in Raleigh

EXHIBITION: Phyllis Galembo Opens Two Exhibitions in Raleigh

February 14, 2014

Phyllis Galembo has two concurrent exhibitions on view in Raleigh, North Carolina. Theater of Belief: Afro-Atlantic Costuming and Masking in Large-Format Color Photographs by Phyllis Galembo at the North Carolina State University African American Cultural Center and at the Frankie G. Weems Art Gallery at Meredith College.

EXHIBITION: The Galleries at Moore Presents The Graphic Language of Punk

EXHIBITION: The Galleries at Moore Presents The Graphic Language of Punk

January 25, 2014 - March 25, 2014

The Galleries at Moore are currently hosting Pretty Vacant: The Graphic Language of Punk. The Exhibit includes hundreds of of posters, pins, flyers, fanzines, handbills, record sleeves, and more from the collection of Andrew Krivine.“Punk changed my life,” Krivine says now. “It was what I was looking for but didn’t know at the time until I heard it and saw it.”

PRESS: Fred W. McDarrah Featured in the New York Times

PRESS: Fred W. McDarrah Featured in the New York Times

January 25, 2014

The New York Times previewed our exhibition Fred W. McDarrah: Save the Village in Sunday's Metropolitan section. The article, titled "Capturing the New York of the 1960s and '70s", by John Leland, praises McDarrah's rigorous documenting of the cultural movements, icons, and events that shaped the second half of the twentieth century. 

PRESS: New TV Documentary "The Vivian Maier Mystery" Released Today

PRESS: New TV Documentary "The Vivian Maier Mystery" Released Today

December 17, 2013

The BBC released its new film The Vivian Maier Mystery today through iTunes and other video on demand venues. The documentary attempts to uncover the inscrutable nature of Maier’s life and career. 

AWARD: Jim Marshall to Receive Unprecedented Grammy

AWARD: Jim Marshall to Receive Unprecedented Grammy

December 14, 2013

Jim Marshall, the San Francisco photographer who captured some of the most iconic moments in rock and roll history, will receive a Trustees Award at the 2014 Grammys. He is the first photographer to receive the award.

PRESS: Andi Potamkin Blogs Miami

PRESS: Andi Potamkin Blogs Miami

December 10, 2013

Steven Kasher Gallery's Andi Potamkin chronicles a week at Miami Basel.  

PRESS: Jerome Liebling's Photographs of Handball Players Featured on the Cover of the Fall Issue of Victory Journal

PRESS: Jerome Liebling's Photographs of Handball Players Featured on the Cover of the Fall Issue of Victory Journal

December 4, 2013

“O’er the green mead the sporting virgins play, their shining veils unbound along the skies, tossed and re-tossed, the ball incessant flies."

- Homer

According to Tom O’Conner’s History of Handball, the earliest mention of the game can be found as far back as 2000 BC in Egypt. The priests of the Temple Osiris in Thebes were depicted on the tombs, striking the ball with the hand. The game meandered to Europe, before Alexander the Great spread it around the Greek Colonies and the Apennine Peninsula (Italy). Accounts of handball are found in Scotland in 1427, where King James was a known fanatic, amongst the aristocracy of 18th century London, and finally, in its most reliable depiction, was introduced to the United States by Irish immigrants in the waning years of the 19th century. The game eventually settled in Brooklyn where it made its way into the DNA of an adolescent Jerome Liebling.

EXHIBITION: Max Kozloff Exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago

EXHIBITION: Max Kozloff Exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago

October 5, 2013 - January 5, 2014

The Art Institute of Chicago presents Max Kozloff: Critic and Photographer, on view October 5th through January 14th. An influencial art historian and critic, Kozloff was the art editor of The Nation and the executive editor of Artforum. The exhibition includes over 80 photographs, demonstrating how his practice as a photographer has been shaped by his work as a critic and vice versa. 

PRESS: The Lens Blog Features Melissa Cacciola and Steven Kasher Gallery

PRESS: The Lens Blog Features Melissa Cacciola and Steven Kasher Gallery

October 2, 2013

Steven Kasher Gallery is proud to newly represent Melissa Cacciola. Featured today on the New York Times Lens Blog is her tintype series "Brass on Tin". It includes portraits of brass band musicians from New Orleans will be exhibited next year at the New Orleans African American Museum.

ART FAIR: Steven Kasher Gallery at Unseen Photo Fair

ART FAIR: Steven Kasher Gallery at Unseen Photo Fair

September 24, 2013 - September 29, 2013

Steven Kasher Gallery is exhibiting at Unseen Photo Fair in Amsterdam from September 25th through September 29th with the opening reception on the 25th.

PRESS: The New York Times Previews Our October Exhibition

PRESS: The New York Times Previews Our October Exhibition

September 4, 2013

The New York Times previews our October exhibition, Vietnam: The Real War, A Photographic History from the Associated Press.

PRESS: Documentary featuring William John Kennedy premieres on PBS

PRESS: Documentary featuring William John Kennedy premieres on PBS

September 3, 2013

Full Circle: Before They Were Famous (2010) is directed and edited by Brian Bayerl and features appearances by Robert Indiana, Ultra Violet, Taylor Mead, Eric Shiner, and Marie and William John Kennedy. The documentary aired on September 5th on WLIW21, WNET New York Public Media and on September 12th at 10:30 PM on Channel 13, WNET New York Public Media.

PRESS: New York Times sings praises for photographer Mark Seliger's country music

PRESS: New York Times sings praises for photographer Mark Seliger's country music

August 5, 2013

Mark Seliger has photographed famous portraits of musicians, actors, politicians, and other icons for magazines such as Rolling StoneTime, and Vanity Fair. This New York Times article focuses on his country music career. Seliger is the lead singer for the band Rusty Truck, based in Los Angeles. The group released their second album.

PRESS: Sundance Selects Acquires Vivian Maier Documentary

PRESS: Sundance Selects Acquires Vivian Maier Documentary

August 1, 2013

Sundance Selects announced today that the company is acquiring U.S. rights to John Maloof and Charlie Siskel’s feature documentary Finding Vivian Maier, which was produced by Maloof and Siskel, and executive produced by Jeff Garlin.

PRESS: Vivian Maier Documentary at the TIFF Festival

PRESS: Vivian Maier Documentary at the TIFF Festival

August 1, 2013

This intriguing documentary shuttles from New York to France to Chicago as it traces the life story of the late Vivian Maier, a career nanny whose previously unknown cache of 100,000 photographs has earned her a posthumous reputation as one of America’s most accomplished and insightful street photographers.

PRESS: Vivian Maier BBC Documentary "Who Took Nanny's Picture," broadcasts tonight!

PRESS: Vivian Maier BBC Documentary "Who Took Nanny's Picture," broadcasts tonight!

June 25, 2013

BBC's documentary covers the incredible story of Vivian Maier. Catch the program on BBC's website.

EXHIBITION: Miles Aldridge at Somerset House

EXHIBITION: Miles Aldridge at Somerset House

June 13, 2013 - September 29, 2013

Somerset House in London will be showing a major retrospective of photographer Miles Aldridge's work in the exhibit "I Only Want You to Love Me." 

PRESS: New York Times covers Venice Biennale featuring Phyllis Galembo

PRESS: New York Times covers Venice Biennale featuring Phyllis Galembo

June 6, 2013

We are honored to find Phyllis Galembo's photography featured in Carol Vogel's article on the Venice Biennale. Read the article here.

PRESS: Alex Daniels interviews Phyllis Galembo for Unseen Amsterdam

PRESS: Alex Daniels interviews Phyllis Galembo for Unseen Amsterdam

June 5, 2013

Alex Daniels speaks with Phyllis Galembo before the artist left for Venice where her work will be in the 2013 Venice Biennale. 

PRESS: New York Magazine interviews Miles Aldridge

PRESS: New York Magazine interviews Miles Aldridge

June 5, 2013

The Cut speaks with Miles Aldridge in anticipation of his first monograph,  Miles Aldridge I Only Want You to Love Me.

EXHIBITION: Phyllis Galembo at 2013 Venice Biennale

EXHIBITION: Phyllis Galembo at 2013 Venice Biennale

June 1, 2013 - November 24, 2013

Steven Kasher Gallery is pleased to announce the participation of Phyllis Galembo in the 55th International Exhibition of the Venice Biennale.

PRESS: The Telegraph interviews Miles Aldridge

PRESS: The Telegraph interviews Miles Aldridge

May 15, 2013

The Telegraph interviews Miles Aldridge on his "disconnected subjects."

PRESS: Wallpaper Magazine interviews Miles Aldridge

PRESS: Wallpaper Magazine interviews Miles Aldridge

May 15, 2013

Wallpaper Magazine interviews Miles Aldridge on the occasion of his upcoming book I Only Want You to Love Me. 

ART FAIR: Steven Kasher Gallery at PULSE New York

ART FAIR: Steven Kasher Gallery at PULSE New York

May 9, 2013 - May 12, 2013

Steven Kasher Gallery is exhibiting works by Phyllis Galembo, Henry Chalfant, Daido Moriyama, Jack Roth, Richard Bernstein and more at PULSE New York.

PRESS: Wallpaper Magazine interviews Miles Aldridge

PRESS: Wallpaper Magazine interviews Miles Aldridge

April 25, 2013

Miles Aldridge talks cinematic references and Technicolor dreams with Wallpaper Magazine.

EXHIBITION: Phyllis Galembo at Miesiac Fotografii w Krakowie 2013

EXHIBITION: Phyllis Galembo at Miesiac Fotografii w Krakowie 2013

April 24, 2013

Phyllis Galembo is exhibiting at Miesiac Fotografii w Krakowie 2013. We are honored to announce that her image, 'Man with Gun and Phone' Jacmel, Haiti, 2004 is the cover of the festival catalogue.

PUBLICATION: Miles Aldridge: I Only Want You To Love Me

PUBLICATION: Miles Aldridge: I Only Want You To Love Me

April 23, 2013

We are thrilled to announce the publication of Miles Aldridge's new monograph, I Only Want You To Love Me, published by Rizzoli.

Publication: A-Chan, Off Beat

Publication: A-Chan, Off Beat

2012

Off Beat presents photographs taken in New York City in 2008 and 2009, when A-chan began working with black and white film.

Publication: A-CHAN,  Vibrant Home

Publication: A-CHAN, Vibrant Home

2012

Vibrant Home is A-chan’s tender visual diary of the three places in which she has lived since 2000: Tokyo, Fujishiro and New York City.