The Howard Greenberg Gallery has paired the exhibition of Sid Grossman’s work with a selection of photographs by his friend and disciple, Sy Kattelson (born 1923). Designed as a retrospective, the exhibition offers a sweeping overview of Kattelson’s work from the 1940s through the 1990s, while the parallel between the two photographers brings their mutual influence into focus.
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