Frank Gohlke | Americain, 1942 -
Crushes of the Howard Greenberg GalleryPress Release -
This summer the team at Howard Greenberg Gallery each selected five favorites from our collection of over 30,000 photographs for our semi-annual Staff Picks exhibition. Once a week throughout the exhibition we will highlight a portion of each staff member's selection. This week, please enjoy the photographs chosen by our Bookkeeper, Lisa Shaw and Registrar, Michael Prete.
© Arnold Eagle, Untitled, 1951
Selection by Lisa Shaw
The lightness of movement during that second in mid-air is the theme of this group of photographs. Various images of people who float in the air passing onto their next landing whether it’s a boy jumping into the pool, or over the protection of a wall, or the Nun just passing the street on the way to Church.
Selection by Michael Prete
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New Topographics - Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscape, at Nederlands Fotomuseum
New Topographics is a re-make of an influential exhibition about new landscape photography that was taking place at the George Eastman House in Rochester (USA) in 1975. With over a 100 vintage photos of 10 photographers like Robert Adams, Lewis Baltz, Bernd and Hilla Becher, and so on.
The New Topographics brings 10 photographers together that developed a new photographic vision on landscapes in the seventies. They had (and have) their own interests, style and methods but they shared a common fascination for the modern American landscape in which nature isn’t in the centre of the attention, but the people and the way they associate with the environment is now crucial.
Britt Salvesen, curator of the exhibition and currently working at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, will open New Topographics. Prior...