Over the past three decades, the Laurence Miller Gallery in New York has held nearly 250 exhibitions. The list of these events reflects the evolution of photography, from black-and-white, which dominated the medium for much of the 20th century, to color and large-format works, not to mention the advent of video art. The gallery gave many photographers their first solo shows in New York while also revisiting the work of the masters during this period.
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