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"Housed in an art deco tower on the southern edge of the neighborhood, Howard Greenberg Gallery has played an instrumental role in the development of the modern photography market. Recent exhibits have included a retrospective of black and white portraits by the late Mary Ellen Mark, who shot her subjects with a vibrant candor; Frank Gohlke’s shadowy, industrial landscapes of grain elevators that haunt with an eerie simplicity; and a pair of shows by Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky, whose shots look like trippy painted landscapes from a different dimension."