Yesterday I visited the Howard Greenberg Gallery. This is a small photography gallery located on 41 E. 57th street between Park and Madison. The gallery was definitely really small and the exhibit was limited, but wide scope of talented photographers within the gallery was quite impressive. The current exhibition was called Selections from Collections, and this exhibit showed a few selections from Robert Frank’s The Americans, Diane Arbus, Dorothea Lange, Bill Brandt, Walker Evans, and Weegee just to name a few. If you like photography I would definitely consider seeing this exhibition (it’s running from April 29th-August 1st). It shows a wide range of some of the most iconic and talented photographers ever as well as a great diversity of photographic styles ranging from landscapes, to portraits, candids, still life, and even fashion photography. This exhibit gives the viewer a sampling of the different types of photography in the ever-growing field.
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