The Gitterman Gallery of New York has a taste for architecture, lines and shadows. We see Adam Bartos’ beautiful Ford Mustang overlooking Los Angeles from a hilltop, the light games that Gita Lenz plays on the streets of New York, and the architectural compositions by Edward Weston, especially the 1922 shot of an Ohio steel factory. Several vintage black-and-white photographs are also on display, which is to be expected of the Gitterman Gallery.
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