Bruce Silverstein Gallery presents Portraits by Marie Cosindas through October 31st, 2015, as a second part to the gallery’s 2014 exhibition, Arrangements. Her best known and frequently reproduced image from 1966 of two sailors in Key West is an early example of Cosindas’s classically posed and carefully styled portraits of celebrities, cultural icons and the demimonde. In the 1960s-80s, Consindas...
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