Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of His Birth, ‘Saul Leiter: Centennial’ to Open at Howard Greenberg Gallery in December

 

 

 

Saul Leiter, Red Umbrella, 1958; Chromogenicprint; printed later. Image size: 19 1/2 x 12 5/8 inches; Paper size: 20 x 16 inches. All images: © Saul Leiter Foundation, Courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York.

Celebrating the 100th anniversary of his birth, an exhibition showcasing the diverse range of Saul Leiter’s career will be on view at Howard Greenberg Gallery from December 2, 2023, through February 10, 2024. Saul Leiter: Centennial will feature more than 40 photographs, paintings, and painted photographs, many which have never been on public view in the U.S. The exhibition, created in collaboration with the Saul Leiter Foundation, will coincide with a new book, Saul Leiter: The Centennial Retrospective, to be published by Thames & Hudson in November. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, December 2, from 3 to 5 p.m.

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Howard Greenberg presents Saul Leiter in its Online Viewing Room

 

 

 

(PF107745) Saul Leiter,, Postmen, 1952. ©Saul Leiter Foundation, courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York

The World is Full of Endless Things: Saul Leiter’s New York is now in the Online Viewing Room at Howard Greenberg Gallery New York. The exhibition is a wonderful ode to New York, exploring Leiter’s nearly seventy-years in a City he loved ~ and in particular, the East Village where he lived beginning in 1952.

His mother gave him his first camera at age 12, and this seed planted bloomed at age 23, when he left theology school and moved to New York City. Aside from street photography, Leiter worked as a  fashion photographer for twenty years, publishing in such well-known publications as Elle, Vogue, Esquire and Harper’s Bazaar, to name just a few.

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