The Parker Stephenson Gallery, established in 2009 on New York’s Upper East Side, has a penchant for old black-and-white prints, but is most remarkable for its exhibitions reviving the reputations of neglected and underrated photographers. This year’s selection is no exception, featuring European and American artists with an emphasis on documentary: Jan Yoors, John Cohen, André de Dienes and György Kepes can be seen among better known works by Bruce Davidson and Walker Evans. Let’s hope the crowd at this year’s AIPAD won’t disturb the intimacy to which Parker Stephenson regulars have grown accustomed.
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