The viewing room exhibition at Howard Greenberg Gallery brings together a selection of Saul Leiter‘s iconic color street photography, where reflections and abstractions so often reign supreme, with his rarely seen paintings and collages, work that he produced alongside his photography for the entirety of his life. Together, they illustrate the depth of his visual experimentation and curiosity, neither of which could be satisfied by the limits of a single medium. On the occasion of the current exhibition of Saul Leiter’s work, Howard Greenberg reflected on his friendship with Saul, and the qualities of his photography that were most memorable...
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