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The Image Gallery Redux


Through February 15, the Howard Greenberg gallery is revisiting the origins of the commercial exhibition of photography. In 1959, on tenth street in New York, the photographer Larry Siegel opened one of the first galleries devoted to the medium. The Image Gallery, which closed in 1962, showcased the work of emerging photographers who would go on to become major artists, including Duane Michals, Saul Leiter, Sid Grossman, Charles Pratt and Garry Winogrand.

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