NEW YORK, NY.-
On February 6th, the Laurence Miller Gallery
will celebrate its 30th anniversary, establishing it as one of the oldest galleries specializing in photography in the United States.
Over these past three decades, the Gallery has hosted approximately 250 exhibitions, and the list of these shows reflects the evolution of photography during that time as well, emerging from the classic black-and-white medium that dominated much of the 20th Century, to include todays large-format color contemporary works, as well as video. The gallery takes great pride in having given many emerging photographers their first one-person exhibitions in New York City, as well as having presented many of photographys greatest masters
The Anniversary exhibition will feature the following picture makers:
Diane Arbus Laurence Bach Thomas Barrow Peter Bialobrzeski G.B. Biggs Gary Brotmeyer Larry Burrows Luca Campigotto Joan Colom Petah Coyne Denis Darzacq Lee Friedlander Miguel Ángel García Emmet Gowin Robert Heinecken Fred Herzog Fan Ho Dodo Jin Ming David Levinthal Helen Levitt Roger Mertin Ray K. Metzker Eadweard Muybridge Toshio Shibata Aaron Siskind Michael Spano Val Telberg Jerry Uelsmann Burk Uzzle Minor White Bruce Wrighton