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Window Dressing, great photographers and their window

In New York, the Parker Stephenson gallery and its intimate space – a room of just 200 square feet and exhibitions that end in the office – often gratifies us with beautiful discoveries. It is again the case with the exhibition presented there since May. Window Dressing compiles a series of images around the theme of the window, a privileged observation point or setting for photographers. This endearing idea turns out to be wonderful when one discovers the pearls that the gallery owner has included in the exhibition. It is simple, there are almost only big names – Evans, Klein, Davidson, Friedlander, Doisneau, Brandt, Bravo, Strand, Frank – and lesser-known images, that are often quite far away of their most famous. A charming exhibition, with a universe as confined as the space in which they are hung on the wall. To be discovered until July 14, after extension.

Jonas Cuénin


Window Dressing
Through July 14, 2017
Parker Stephenson Photographs
764 Madison Ave
New York, NY 10065

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