The Keith de Lellis Gallery presents Mid-Century. Vintage Photographs by Dutch Artists, the first exhibition dedicated to Dutch photography after World War II presented in New York City. The show includes 52 pictures by 13 photographers all originally in the Norman Hall Collection, the picture editor of the British Journal of Photography Annual and The International Photography Annual. The pictures on view have been made by photographers who are now considered to be some of the most important European photographers of these decades.
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