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"I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Ice Cream,” a song first published in 1927, by Howard Johnson, Billy Moll, and Robert King, stems from a commercial slogan for the I-Scream bar now known as the Eskimo Pie. This iconic ditty instantly evokes the sweet feeling of summer - sitting poolside enjoying a popsicle, chasing down the musical call of an ice cream truck, or finding yourself a snow cone at a street fair on a steamy August day.
Robert Mann Gallery’s summer exhibition, I Scream, You Scream, looks at both the visual and social culture of ice cream by juxtaposing contemporary color images of ice cream itself with historical images of people savoring every sweet morsel. The show explores how photographers can capture the playfulness of the human experience indulging in the plea...
The New York SchoolAlexei Brodovitch - Diane Arbus - Lee Friedlander - Lisette Model - Louis Faurer - Richard Avedon - Robert Frank - Sid Grossman - Ted Croner - Weegee - William Klein
Between the late 1930s and the early 1960s a group of young photographers living and working in New York City redefined street photography.
This group of artists became known as The New York School.
These photographers documented the post war energy and exotic chaos of New York City as it evolved from the crisis years of the Great
Depression and the Second World War through to the social turbulence of the early seventies. Most of them worked on magazines but it was their personal work that stood them apart.
They captured the choreography of the city from the sidewalks of downtown, to the intensity of Times Square, the isolation and elegance of the arc...