Since the beginning of his career, Saul Leiter, with his eye for detail, has made the street his visual paradise, striking a balance between abstraction and profound humanism. This poetic vision of the world and the frenzy of his city, New York, can be seen in the recent Saul Leiter: Early Black & White (Steidl) and the current exhibition at the Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York, featuring over forty black-and-white photographs from the 1940s and ‘50s, including many that have never before been published.
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