A unique set of photographs of Paris in the 1930s by Brassaï is shown at Howard Greenberg Gallery until October 24, 2015. On view for the first time in New York, Brassaï and Henry Miller’s Paris is an exhibition of the 27 Brassaï prints used to illustrate the first edition of Miller’s novella Quiet Days in Clichy. Published in 1956,...
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