On the evening of February 2, 2012, the Howard Greenberg Gallery opened its newly expanded space in NYC and as if obeying a law of physics the attending crowd expanded to fill the new space to the walls. There are three new shows with photographs from the book "New York in Color" curated by Bob Shamis in the main Gallery, a selection from The Photo League in the small Gallery, and An Italian Perspective, with photos by Gabriele Basilico, Vincenzo Castella, Luigi Ghirri, and Massimo Vitali in the new Gallery space.
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