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Re: =?UTF-8?Q?Galleries=20&=20Museums=20in=20New=20York=20City=20?==?UTF-8?Q?=E2=80=94=20Photography?=


I have the Photo Review July/August exhibition calendar in hand, but -- not that it means much since I am a notorious pill, I've marked very few (and seen none).

There's Atget at Zabriskie Gallery, 41 E 57 St

A couple of shows at ICP , including "Chim: Photographs by David Seymour"

Jerome Liebling "The Grace of Being" at Howard Greenberg, 41 E 57th St

and Susan Meiselas "Pandora's Box" at Cohen Amador, 41 E 57th (I have no clue what that's about but she's an interesting photographer.)

But be advised that,

A: in summer most galleries do group shows and B: the best use of those 4 days is still the Metropolitan Museum. It so happens there's a show at the Met titled "Hidden in Plain Sight: Contemporary Photographs," which I've read reviews of that I forget now. But the Met, aside from lots of glorious ART which he may not see elsewhere, has two small photo galleries which usually have stuff worth seeing -- and ALWAYS an interesting selection of prints old and new in the hallway leading to those galleries.

The New York Public Library at 42nd Street & 5th Avenue often has corridor shows from its own collection, and "Photography" (formerly "Photography in New York," if I recall correctly) is now on line, so he can find out what's on without any interference from cranks.


On Mon, 13 Aug 2007, Ender100@aol.com wrote:

I have a student from Budapest who will have a 4 day layover in New York City
when he is returning home.   He would love to know what galleries and museums
he should visit for photography.

Thanks in advance!

Best Wishes,

Mark Nelson
Precision Digital Negatives
PDNPrint : Precision Digital Negatives
Mark I. Nelson Photography

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