Congratulations to SKG Olivia Locher for being named in Forbes 30 Under 30: Art & Style section.
Michael Nichols is named the 2017 recipient of The Lifetime Achievement Visa d’or award. The Lifetime Achievement Visa d’or award was created by Visa pour l’Image and Le Figaro Magazine in recognition of the lifetime achievement of an established photographer who is still working. Nichols' work was published in a recent biography, A Wild Life, and the subject of a major retrospective at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
"Power to the People: The World of the Black Panthers" by Stephen Shames and Bobby Seale has been included on Lens Culture's list, "32 Personal Favorite Photobooks of 2016." Congratulations Stephen Shames!
Our Louis Draper exhibition was featured in Artforum's Best of 2016 Issue! The exhibition was ranked number 6 on Vince Aletti's list of top ten exhibitions.
"Draper is here in part as a representative of New York's Kamoinge Workshop, the collective of African American photographers he helped found in 1963; Roy DeCarava was the group's first director. A book and an East Village group show focused timely new attention on Kamoinge this year, but Draper's expansive, engaging retrospective was the most effective argument for the workshop's continuing importance. Working in black-and-white, usually on the streets of Harlem, the photographer sized up his fellow citizens with an incisiveness that allowed for sympathy but was not clouded by it. He was even better with streetscapes and interiors, their missing inhabitants hauntingly present. Gathering years of work, the show made Draper one of the year's most surprising and substantial rediscoveries."
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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.
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.