Good photo galleries in New York City?

Discussion in 'Medium Format' started by randall cherry, Aug 2, 2005.

  1. Hi All,

    Another New York City destination questions:

    Can anyone recommend some good photography galleries in New York
    City? Any media (color, B&W, etc.) and any style (portrait,
    photojournalism, street, etc.) is fine. I just want to see lots of
    quality work.

    Thanks!

    --Randall
     
  2. Leica Gallery on Broadway

    International Center of Photography (ICP) on Avenue of the Americas (I think on the corner of 43rd)
     
  3. Edwyynn Houk Gallery, Howard Greenberg Gallery, Robert Klein Gallery, International Institute of Photography (fee), Metropolitan Museum ALWAYS has great photography on exhibit, photoarts.com, AND, here's a (somewhat dedundant) dump from my PDA:


    HOWARD GREENBERG 41 E 57th St 10022, 212/334-0010, info@howardgreenberg.com, Tues-Sat 10-6.

    HERMES 691 Madison Avenue 10021, 212/751-3181, Mon-Sat 10-6, Thurs 10-7.

    EDWYNN HOUK 745 Fifth Ave 10151, 212/750-7070, info@houkgallery.com, Tues-Sat 11-6.

    JEWISH MUSEUM 1109 Fifth Ave 10128, 212/423-3200, info@thejm.org, Sun-Wed 11-5:45, Thur 11-8, Fri 11-3.

    METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART Fifth Ave & 82nd St 10028, 212/535-7710 communications@metmuseum.org, Sun, Tues-Thur 9:30-5:30, Fri-Sat 9:30-9. Ongoing: Selections from the Collection.

    LAURENCE MILLER 20 W 57th St 3rd fl, 10019, 212/397-3930, contact@laurencemillergallery.com, Tues-Fri 10-5:30, Sat 11-5:30.

    MUSEUM OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK Fifth Ave & 103rd St 10029, 212/534-1672, mcny@mcny.org, Wed-Sat 10-5, Sun 1-5.

    PACE/MACGILL 32 E 57th St 9th fl 10022, 212/759-7999, info@pacemacgill.com, Tues-Fri 9:30-5:30, Sat 10-6.

    Plus, get a copy of NY Times and The New Yorker.
     
  4. Hi Randall,
    Checkout the website below. I haven't been to NY in a couple months (I need to go!), but a quick look at the exhibitions calendar shows a Lee Friedlander show downtown that sounds interesting. I like to walk around Chelsea and check stuff out, but if you are only interested in photography, the MOMA has a small but nice collection on permanent display. It is impressive to see so many great works together in one room - that is, if you can see around the mobs of people. Have fun! David

    www.photography-guide.com
     
  5. MoMA has the Friedlander exhibit through the end of August:


    http://www.moma.org/exhibitions/2005/friedlander.html
     
  6. Doh! David beat me to it.
     
  7. http://www.nymag.com/cueN/art_listings.cfm?sid=4&row=1&ssid=22

    http://www.newyorker.com/goingson/photography/

    http://www.photography-guide.com/l_ex_nyc_frame.html
     
  8. Wow!

    Thanks, everyone.

    --Randall
     
  9. An addition to the above, I'll list my favorite photo dealer. Always compelling exhibits, even when not my cup of tea.

    Matthew Marks Gallery
    523 West 22nd Street
    NY 10011 New York
    USA

    Phone: +1-212.243.0200
    Fax: +1-212.243.0047

    www.matthewmarks.com
    opening hours:
    Tue-Sat 10-6
     
  10. You may also want to check out Robert Mann Gallery on 210 11th avenue. http://
    www.robertmann.com/. They have Michael Kenna on exhibit right now. Very nice.
     

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