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Howard Greenberg Gallery, Metropolitan Museum of Art Leon Levinstein's photograph of handball players on the Lower East Side, 1950s-1960s, on gelatin silver print. Howard Greenberg Gallery, Metropolitan Museum of Art A Levinstein photograph from
Prudential broker Faith Hope Consolo I am not driven by the dollar. It's the deal for me making the transactions and bringing the right retailer to the right street, whether that is New York or Chicago, San Francisco or Los Angeles or Palm Beach...
Petersburg Times This month the Russian Center of Photography (Rosphoto) is hanging out the Hungarian flag with two exhibitions dedicated to the work of that countrys most celebrated photographers. Encompassing everything from street scenes to avant-
Tate Modern's current exhibition offers a fascinating glimpse into the world of voyeurism and surveillance. With photographs dating back to the late-19th Century, 'Exposed' offers a fascinating look at pictures made without the explicit permission of
In his short but illuminating introduction to this epic three-volume retrospective of his work, Bruce Davidson recalls the pivotal moments in a career that stretches over 50 years. In 1943, aged 10, in Oak Park, Illinois, he visited a darkroom in his
The New Review's Month in Photography The monthly guide to the 20 best photographic exhibitions and books with photographs by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Philip-Lorca DiCorcia, Helen Levitt, Don McCullin, Man Ray, Sally Mann, Bruce Davidson, Ansel Adams
Learn how to split the atom and, a decade later, he will nuke Japan. Invent the internet and 80 per cent of its commerce will be porn...Everyone their own artist! and Man will instantly take photographs of people in pools of blood or leather masks.
Stefan Rousseau/PA It promises to be the most intrusive art exhibition Tate Modern has ever held: 13 rooms of photographs and video footage of things we really should not be seeing ranging from sex and death to outrageous invasions of privacy.
The crusading Spanish judge who indicted Augusto Pinochet and Osama bin Laden has been suspended from his post, a punishment that could end the career of a man who probed one of Spain's biggest cases — atrocities committed during and after the nation'
The New Review's Month in Photography The monthly guide to the 20 best photographic exhibitions and books with photographs by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Francesca Woodman, Ryan McGinley, Helen Levitt, Don McCullin, Man Ray, Sally Mann, Robert Frank and