September 12th from 6-8pm is Gallery Night at The Fuller Building

 

 

Nino Migliori, Gente dell’Emilia, 1959. Image courtesy of Keith de Lellis Gallery

Gallery Night at the Fuller Building will be held on Wednesday, September 12th from 6-8pm featuring six renowned galleries, each presenting new exhibitions. The Fuller Building is located at 41 East 57th Street.

 

Keith de Lellis Gallery

Federico Garolla, Elezione a Napoli, 1948, © Federico Garolla. Image courtesy of Keith de Lellis Gallery

Neorealismo: Nuova Fotografia Italiana, A group Exhibition of Vintage Photographs is on view at Keith de Lellis Gallery.

“Full of life, motion, and sentiment, the images pull the viewer in to the moments captured” in the years following World War II, as they document a period of dramatic change in everyday Italian life  ~  celebrations, prayers, labor, farewells…

 

Howard Greenberg Gallery

Mario de Blasio, Gil Italiani si voltano, Milano (The Italians turn around, Milan), 1954-Gelatin Silver print. Archive Mario de Blasio, courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York. Image courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery

The New Beginning for Italian Photography: 1945-1965, an exhibition of Italian postwar photography, will be on view at Howard Greenberg Gallery in September. The exhibition explores how photographers documented daily realities during the two decades after World War II.

 

Jason McCoy Gallery

[Image: Burt Glinn (1960) Earl Bostic and his trumpet player playing chess during a break at the Blackhawk. That is the sun coming through the red and white striped window. Pretty jazzy eh, Dad? This is the end of Take One.]
The exhibition, Burt Glinn: Photographs of the New York Beat Scene will open at Jason McCoy Gallery on September 12. This exhibition features a collection of untouched photographs by Magnum photographer, Burt Glinn (1925-2008), taken between the years 1957 and 1960, and include never before exhibited images of the Beat scene.

 

 Gitterman Gallery

Klea McKenna, Snakes in the Garden (1), 2018. Gelatin silver print; unique photogram with impression, Impression of a salvaged fringe of a silk piano shawl or Manton de Manila. Spain via China and the Philip-pines, 1890s. Image via Gitterman Gallery

 The exhibition, Klea McKenna: Generation, marks the artist’s first solo show in New York and the beginning of her representation by Gitterman Gallery. The exhibition presents McKenna’s most recent work Generation alongside work from two of her previous series Automatic Earth and Web Studies. With each series, McKenna uses the photogram process innovatively to create unique gelatin silver prints that contain both vivid detail and ethereal abstraction. The artist pays homage to her subject’s histories while re-animating them through her engagement, revealing nuance, depth and energy. This exhibition is presented in association with Von Lintel Gallery in Los Angeles where McKenna will have a concurrent exhibition.

 

Hirschl & Adler Modern

David Ligare (b. 1945)
Still Life with Peach on Cloth, 2014
Oil on canvas, 9 ¾ x 13 ¾ in. Image via Hirschl & Adler

Hirschl & Adler presents the exhibition, David Ligare: Still Life.  For over forty years, David Ligare has been making paintings that conceptually link ancient Greek philosophy to contemporary social needs. With Still Life, the artist continues his thesis by giving new meaning and a new history to that eponymous genre. Hirschl & Adler Modern is honored to present these 16 recent paintings by David Ligare, in his third solo exhibition with the gallery.

 

Nailya Alexander Gallery

George Tice (b. 1938, Newark)   From the Chrysler Building, New York
1978, printed 2017  Double-coated platinum/palladium print
36 x 28 in. (91.4 x 71.12)  Edition 6 of 15

Nailya Alexander Gallery is honored to celebrate the eightieth birthday of George Tice with his third solo exhibition at the gallery, on view to October 13, 2018. This exhibition commemorates the artist’s life and his six decades of contributions to the fields of fine art photography, printmaking, and American history.

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