Title: FINE PHOTOGRAPHS
Date: February 26, 2013
Time: at 2:30 PM
Exhibition: Thurs., February 21, 10-6
Fri., February 22, 10-6
Sat., February 23, 12-5
Mon., February 25, 10-6
Tues., February 26, 10-noon
Contact Person: Daile Kaplan
Features remarkable offerings of early photography through 20th-century works by masters. Highlights include:
Ansel Adams's The Grand Tetons and the Snake River, silver print, 1942, printed 1971-72, shown left.
Henri Cartier-Bresson's Trafalgar Square on the day of the Coronation of King George VI, London, silver print, 1937, printed late 1950s.
The complete portfolio #1 from Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian, featuring 39 photogravures, 1907.
Man Ray's Marcel Duchamp's "A Regarder d'Un Oeil, De Pres Pendant Presque Une Heure," a carte-postale, 1920.
Doris Ulmann's Roll, Jordan, Roll, text by Julia Peterkin, illustrated with 90 photogravures after Ulmann's photographs depicting former slaves and their decendents on the Gullah coastal region of South Carolina, New York, 1933.