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Who loves ya baby? The art establishment, obv! #MickaleneThomas Déjeuner 2010 ed 5 sold out $35k #StevenKasherGallery #AIPAD

@MilesAldridge photographs the Game of Thrones cast for the cover shoot of @Time. Aldridge combines his signature exuberant color palette with medieval motifs in this spread, available everywhere now.
#MilesAldridge #GameofThrones #TimeMagazine #StevenKasherGallery
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Images courtesy of the artist.

Happy to be exhibiting @stevenashergallery at @aipadphoto Booth #802 "Los Americanos" Mexico, 2012 #AIPAD2017 #stevenkashergallery

Olivia Locher at the photography show #worthit #aipad2017 #olivialocher #stevenkashergallery

We are excited to debut the newest series by @milesaldridge, (After Cattelan). Inspired by a visit to Maurizio Cattelan’s exhibition “Not Afraid of Love” at La Monnaie de Paris, Aldridge collaborated with the famed Italian artist to create this series of classical and DaDa-inspired photographs of models intervening with Cattelan’s sculptures. The photographs were created over the series of one night, taken on site in La Monnaie. 📷 Miles Aldridge (After Cattelan) #4, 2016

Photo London 2017 | 18-21 May | Somerset House

#MilesAldridge #MaurizioCattelan #stevenkashergallery #photolondonfair17

with @ruddyroye at the opening reception of his exquisite new show #whenlivingisaprotest at @stevenkashergallery

Photo by @whitney_rich
#ruddyroye #stevenkasher #stevenkashergallery

“Martha Cooper” @marthacoopergram Solo Exhibition Opening Tonight Reveals Many Unseen “Action Shots” at Steven Kasher Gallery "An intrepid photographer who has launched a million dreams (and perhaps a few thousand careers) in graffiti and Street Art with her photography that captured crucial and seminal aspects of our culture that others overlooked. That is just one way of seeing this brand new collection of images by Martha Cooper that is spread across one wall featuring artists at work, sometimes intimately." @stevenkashergallery #marthacooper #stevenkashergallery #exhibitions

Thank you @cheadsmagazine for writing about the show and my book: http://www.c-heads.com/2017/02/19/shadows-in-paradise-exploring-life-after-happiness/ #stevenkashergallery #bfrankbooks #shadowsinparadise

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Steven Kasher Gallery is closed for summer vacation and will reopen on September 14th. For urgent requests or inquiries, please send us a direct message.⠀
From the Steven Kasher Gallery archive: Mike Disfarmer’s studio photographs focus on the faces of the everyday person living in rural America during the early 1900s. A self-taught photographer, Disfarmer’s bare photographs are rooted in stark realism and have been likened to the work of Walker Evans.⠀
#MikeDisfarmer #PortraitPhotography #StevenKasherGallery
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Image: Mike Disfarmer, “Untitled,” ca. 1945, Vintage gelatin silver, printed ca. 1945, 3 x 5 inches.⠀

Steven Kasher Gallery is closed for summer vacation and will reopen on September 14th. For urgent requests or inquiries, please send us a direct message.⠀
Upcoming exhibition: Our September exhibition will show @OliviaLocher's series, “I Fought the Law”. Locher interprets the bizarre and arcane state laws of all 50 states to poke fun at and confront the absurdities of US political systems. The show will open September 14th and run through October 21st.⠀
#OliviaLocher #IFoughttheLaw #StevenKasherGallery
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Image: Olivia Locher, “I Fought the Law (Florida),” 2014, Archival pigment print, printed 2017, 20 x 16 inches.⠀

#Repost @stevenkashergallery ・・・
@DebiCornwall’s “Welcome to Camp America” book, to be released on September 11th, is a vivid and disorienting glimpse into the U.S. Naval Station in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba (known as "Gitmo"), and its growing diaspora of released men, through photographs, once-classified archival material, and first-person texts. With unique construction and text in English and Arabic, the book seeks common ground while provoking questions about compromises made in the West between our humanity and our fears in the post-9/11, "War on Terror" era. The photographs found in the book will be the subject of an exhibition at Steven Kasher Gallery opening October 26th.
#DebiCornwall #StevenKasherGallery
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Image: Debi Cornwall, “Fidel Bobblehead ($20),” 2015, Chromogenic print, digital photograph, 20 x 16 inches. Prints by DSI ✨
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#digitalsilverimaging #dsiprints #fineartphotography #documentaryphotography #fidelcastro #bobblehead #art #nyc #guantanamobay #guantanamo

Steven Kasher Gallery is closed for summer vacation and will reopen on September 14th. For urgent requests or inquiries, please send us a direct message.⠀
From the Steven Kasher Gallery archive: Jerome Liebling, who was born in New York City, spent decades capturing the poetic, and vibrant characters of his native city. After returning to the city after nearly 20 years, Liebling found the city was no longer one he recognized, but the nostalgic charm of the Brighton Beach community recalled memories of the city of his childhood.⠀
#JeromeLiebling #StevenKasherGallery
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Image: Jerome Liebling, Man Reading Newspaper, “Brighton Beach, Brooklyn,” 1981, Chromogenic print, printed ca. 1995, 30 x 24 inches.

Indonesia - flying away to a fish place in blue

Steven Kasher Gallery is closed for summer vacation and will reopen on September 14th. For urgent requests or inquiries, please send us a direct message.⠀
Working at a time when photography was dominated by white men, Shawn Walker created photographs that centered the black community. A founding member of the Kamoinge workshop, Walker created a space for black photographers to collaborate, and support each other creatively at a time when opportunities were non-existent.⠀
#ShawnWalker #stevenkashergallery
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Image: Shawn Walker, “Family on Easter, Harlem, NY,” 1975, Unique vintage gelatin silver print, 4 x 6 inches.⠀

Steven Kasher Gallery is closed for summer vacation and will reopen on September 14th. For urgent requests or inquiries, please send us a direct message.⠀
From the Steven Kasher Gallery archive: Phyllis Galembo captures the elegance, complexity, symbolism and dignity of ritual masquerade in the Caribbean and Africa. Galembo’s photographs convey the passage through the physical realm to the spiritual by highlighting the transformative powers of the ornate and fantastic ceremonial costumes.⠀
#PhyllisGalembo #StevenKasherGallery
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Image: Phyllis Galembo, “Abalaesesheh (Woman Who Dances) Masquerade, Fullahtown, Sierra Leone,” 2008, Ilfochrome, 50 x 50 inches.

Steven Kasher Gallery is closed for summer vacation and will reopen on September 5th. For urgent requests or inquiries, please send us a direct message.⠀⠀
Upcoming exhibition: Steven Kasher Gallery is pleased to present a major exhibition of the work of Leonard Freed entitled, “Leonard Freed: Six Stories”. Freed’s photojournalistic approach captures the zeitgeist of wherever his travels took him, and accesses the most intimate moments of cultures foreign to him. The show will open September 14th and run through October 21st.⠀⠀
#LeonardFreed #StevenKasherGallery ⠀⠀
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Image: Leonard Freed, Diver, “West Germany,” 1958, Gelatin silver print, printed 1990, 9 x 14 inches.⠀⠀

Last week I went to see @_tejucole exhibition Blind Spot and Black Paper. It was stunning. The blend of photography and words was so beautiful and I felt as though I was entirely immersed from beginning to (reluctant) end - I wasn't just viewing, I was wholly experiencing. I think this is one of the greatest gifts that any artist can share. The ability to take someone from their literal space and transport them, educate them, open them.

Steven Kasher Gallery is closed for summer vacation from August 12th through September 4th. We will open on September 14th our shows @OliviaLocher: I Fought the Law and Leonard Freed: Six Stories. Please note we will have limited access to emails, so for urgent requests or inquiries, send a direct message.
#StevenKasherGallery #OliviaLocher #LeonardFreed
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Images: Olivia Locher, “I Fought the Law (Oregon),” 2014, Archival pigment print, 24 x 30 inches.
Leonard Freed, “Children Playing Next to Open Hydrant, Harlem, New York,” 1963, Vintage gelatin silver print, 9 x 6 inches.

“Today @Google is celebrating the birth of Hip Hop on it's homepage. Check out the interactive turntable and learn more about the history of the culture at Google.com. I feel extraordinarily lucky to have witnessed the dance, music, art and style spread from New York City to the universe. PEACE!”-@MarthaCoopergram. Google Doodle on Google.com home page designed by none other than the sensational @CeyAdams.
#MarthaCooper #Google #CeyAdams #HipHop #StevenKasherGallery
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Photo of Cey Adams by Martha Cooper from 1983.

@AlessiaGlaviano for @NYTimes in the Lens blog article “Fashion Photography as Social Commentary.” The article leads off with photography by Steven Kasher Gallery artist @MilesAldridge. “We need to question this notion that because we’re in the business of promoting garments, we can’t comment on what is happening in our societies. True, while the magazine is on stands, you can find the designs in stores, but three months later, that’s no longer the case: The clothes go, the photographs stay. The photographers we work with are artists. As such, they have a point of view, a perspective and a vision to share.” Read the full article via the New York Times Lens blog now.
#MilesAldridge #VogueItalia #AlessiaGlaviano #NewYorkTimes #StevenKasherGallery
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Image: Miles Aldridge, “Home Works #7 (for @VogueItalia),” 2008, Chromogenic print, 40 x 60 inches.

"I tried to give thoughtful answers. When M, in her cool and attentive way, translated them, they sounded even more thoughtful.

She was listening to me while I spoke, closely enough to convey what I had said concept for concept, if not word for word. But what surprised me was that I was listening to her too. In the necessary silence (on my part) between my giving an answer and its relay to the audience, I had the opportunity to consider carefully what I had just said, and what I might say next. And when I spoke, I became aware of M's attention as an active silence, like a page on which I was writing my words. I was having a conversation with the host: her questions, my answers. But the deeper conversation was between M and me, because we were translating each other's silences."
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Spent my last afternoon in NY in Chelsea, where Teju Cole's work has been showing. Loved it so much, needless to say. 'Blind Spot & Black Paper', on show until today. #BlindSpot #StevenKasherGallery

LAST DAY: Reminder that today is the FINAL day to see @_TejuCole’s, “Blind Spot and Black Paper.” Praised by @guardian, @nybooks, @hyperallergic, @nytimes, @artnet and more for his ability to pair text and image, Cole’s photographs and accompanying text engage the mind and eye. On view until 6pm tonight.
#TejuCole #BlindSpot #StevenKasherGallery
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Image: Teju Cole, “Brooklyn, April 2015,” Archival pigment print, 19 x 32 1/2 inches.

Wendy Ewald works with members of her community and encourages them to create images of their dreams and fantasies. In the series, “Black Self/White Self”, using text and image, Ewald asks children to describe themselves, and then to imagine themselves as another race as an investigation about racial differences.
#WendyEwald #StevenKasherGallery
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Image: Wendy Ewald, Xavier Vereen, “Black Self (Black Self/White Self series),” 1994-1997, Gelatin silver print, printed ca. 1997, Each photo: 19 x 15 inches.

Our #TBT photo this week is courtesy of @MariannaRothen. Her series “Shadows in Paradise” imagines the lives of women in a world without men. The signed catalogue of the series is currently part of our summer book sale! Stop by to pick up a copy today at 50% off.
#MariannaRothen #ShadowsinParadise #StevenKasherGallery
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Image: Marianna Rothen, “Whiskey Nose (from the series Shadows in Paradise),” 2016, Archival pigment print, 25 x 25 inches.

Thrilled to be showing Welcome to Camp America at @stevenkashergallery in Chelsea, October 26 to December 22. NYC book launch at the opening on Oct. 26, please join us!

#Repost @stevenkashergallery (@get_repost)
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@DebiCornwall’s “Welcome to Camp America” book, to be released on September 11th, is a vivid and disorienting glimpse into the U.S. Naval Station in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba (known as "Gitmo"), and its growing diaspora of released men, through photographs, once-classified archival material, and first-person texts. With unique construction and text in English and Arabic, the book seeks common ground while provoking questions about compromises made in the West between our humanity and our fears in the post-9/11, "War on Terror" era. The photographs found in the book will be the subject of an exhibition at Steven Kasher Gallery opening October 26th.
#DebiCornwall #StevenKasherGallery
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Image: Debi Cornwall, “Fidel Bobblehead ($20),” 2015, Chromogenic print, digital photograph, 20 x 16 inches.

I am mesmerized by Teju Cole's prose and his photographs and the meditative mood he evokes when he layers one upon the other. The NYRB describes him thus: "His images are less concerned with what can be seen than with heightening our awareness of what cannot...Moments are everywhere, if you know where to look." So glad to have made it to his exhibit "Blind Spot & Black Paper" at Steven Kasher Gallery.

#24hrsnyc #chelsea #gallerymorning #photography #willtravelforart #tejucole #artofseeing #pastinthepresent #stevenkashergallery

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