Howard Greenberg Gallery presents an exhibition featuring work from the photographers of the New York School (1936-1963) for the ADAA 2020 Art Show. In many ways this group of photographers, as contextualized by Jane Livingston’s ground-breaking 1992 publication of the same name, made significant contributions to photography as an art form and shaped the trajectory of Howard Greenberg Gallery. The New York School is characterized by a set of shared subjects, influences, and stylistic sensibilities that grew out of the circumstances in New York City during the 1930’s, 40’s and 50’s. The influx of prominent European artists from the two...
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