History of Photography
In the summer of 1980 we visited Willard Van Dyke in his NYC studio. This visit culminated in our inaugural exhibition in October of 1980. During the exhibit we received a note from Willard’s closest friend, Ralph Steiner. Ralph sent us “as a gift” a few of his prints wishing us good luck with the gallery. We wrote him back
Today we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. Eliot Porter and Ansel Adams devoted their life and art to the preservation of the planet. Both were instrumental during the formative years of the conservation movement in America.
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
As we all continue to adjust our lives to the realities of the COVID-19 health crises, we hope that you are well and safe.
While it feels strange to go on as usual, knowing that the usual is so far from what we are living now, we would like to share a bit of photography history with you. Hopefully it will take your mind off social isolating and bring the world of Beaumont Newhall and his peers to you with this wonderful video we just rediscovered.
It is with great sadness that we tell of the passing of Lynn Geesaman.
On February 29th the photography community lost a friend. The artist Lynn Geesaman passed away after living at home with dementia for the past 15 years, she was 81. We were honored to be among the galleries that represented her but more importantly Lynn and her husband Don were long time friends. Our visits with them were always filled with lively discussions about art and technique, sometimes politics. We treasured these visits.