Annual Holiday Sale at Alan Klotz Gallery
*SHOP ONLINE*: The Sale will remain online through December 21st
*AT THE GALLERY*: Gallery Hours Beginning December 4th: Wednesday-Saturday 12-6pm. No appointment needed during the sale. Just Come!
Prices range from $10 to $10,000 with lots in between!
For 40 years this show has been a magnet for all photography lovers: from novices buying their first photograph, to some of America’s top museum curators looking for something really unusual.
There are over 500 photographs for sale from such masters as Ansel Adams, Eugene Atget, Bill Brandt, Brassaï, Cartier Bresson, Paul Caponigro, William Christenberry, Alvin Langdon Coburn, Edward Curtis, PH Emerson, Walker Evans, Lewis Hine, E.O. Hoppe, Edwin Hale Lincoln, Eadweard Muybridge, Eliot Porter, George Rodger, Aaron Siskind, Alfred Stieglitz, Josef Sudek, Edward Weston, Brett Weston, to the redoubtable, versatile, anonymous… and their always interesting vernacular photographs.
Everything from the ridiculous to the sublime vies for the collector’s attention, with special groups of images purchased exclusively for this sale.
The show explores the pleasures of the inexpensive when the economy is still in rehab. While prices for collectible photographs are soaring, these photographs hold the line. They offer a wonderfully fresh vision, often outside of the usual canon, which can still be found if you spend all year looking for them as we do. In fact, some major museums have some of our “bargains” on display in their permanent collections. We seem to be some museums’ best kept secret. But what gallery wants to be a secret?
Often imitated, never duplicated. It’s all serious fun… so come play… the game’s afoot!
All contemporary work will be reduced by 10%, with an additional 5% discount for those who attend our Afternoon Reception on December 7th from Noon to 6pm! ***
“…more than a yo-yo, less than a Picasso!” – The New Yorker
Alan Klotz Gallery
740 West End Avenue, Suite 52 New York, NY 10025, USA
December 04, 2019 to December 21, 2019