Keith de Lellis Gallery Holds Third Online Auction to be Held February 27, 2021

 

 

Lot 178: Allyn Z. Baum, Tanker sinking under Brooklyn Bridge, 1960s, Est. $1,200-$1,500

Keith de Lellis Gallery will be holding the third in a series of online auctions on Saturday, February 27 at 2:00pm. The auction will be offering a diverse grouping of roughly 350 museum-quality photographs and will be available on both the Live Auctioneers and Invaluable platforms.

Continue reading “Keith de Lellis Gallery Holds Third Online Auction to be Held February 27, 2021”

3 Points of View by Kamoinge Photographers at Keith de Lellis Gallery

 

 

 

Anthony Barboza, Lou Draper, 1970s, Courtesy Keith de Lellis Gallery

Keith de Lellis Gallery presents the work of three early Kamoinge photographers for this winter exhibition. The name “Kamoinge” comes from the Kikuyu language of Kenya and means a group of people acting together. The Kamoinge mission statement: To HONOR, document, preserve, and represent the history and culture of the African Diaspora with integrity and respect for humanity through the lens of Black photographers.” (Kamoinge.com). 3 Points of View ~ Anthony Barboza, Beuford Smith, and Shawn Walker.

Take a look inside Black America: 3 Points of View from Kamoinge Photographers.

Continue reading “3 Points of View by Kamoinge Photographers at Keith de Lellis Gallery”

Beyond the Harlem Renaissance: African American Portraits by Carl Van Vechten in the Online Viewing Room at Keith de Lellis Gallery

 

 

Carl Van Vechten, Allen Meadows, c. 1940. Image courtesy Keith de Lellis Gallery

Keith de Lellis Gallery celebrates the portraiture of Carl Van Vechten (American, 1880-1964) in its spring exhibition in the Online Viewing Room. Van Vechten moved to New York City from Chicago in 1906 to pursue a writing career (he would become the first American critic of modern dance while contributing to the New York Times) before dedicating himself to photography.

Continue reading “Beyond the Harlem Renaissance: African American Portraits by Carl Van Vechten in the Online Viewing Room at Keith de Lellis Gallery”

Keith de Lellis Gallery ‘Paris Photo New York’ Online

 

 

Images courtesy Keith de Lellis Gallery

Keith de Lellis Gallery opens its Online Viewing to a selection of photographs that would have been exhibited at Paris Photo New York.

Continue reading “Keith de Lellis Gallery ‘Paris Photo New York’ Online”

Beyond the Harlem Renaissance by Carl Van Vechten to Open at Keith de Lellis Gallery in April 2020

 

 

 

Carl Van Vechten, Diahann Carroll in “House of Flowers,” 1955. Image courtesy Keith de Lellis Gallery

Keith de Lellis Gallery celebrates the portraiture of Carl Van Vechten (American, 1880-1964) in its spring exhibition, Beyond the Harlem Renaissance: African American Portraits by Carl Van Vechten, opening April 9, 2020.

Update ~ The Gallery is now open by appointment.

Continue reading “Beyond the Harlem Renaissance by Carl Van Vechten to Open at Keith de Lellis Gallery in April 2020”