A major new contemporary art exhibition that tells the story of human impact on the Earth through film, photography, and new experiential technologies.
Monday, October 16th at Columbia University 6.15 pm – 8 pm
Talk at the New York Public Library
"World famous photographer Joel Meyerowitz draws inspiration from his hometown"
A roundup of recent HGG and related press items.
An exhibition tour led by the artist
"Meet the Unsung New York Photographer Who Has Seen It All"
Judy Glickman Lauder On Her Photographic Eye and How She Found Her Way to Self-Portraiture.
Published by Taschen, to be released in May
Magnum Photographers’ View of Midcentury New York
Bob Shamis moderates a discussion on Sid Grossman with expert panelists Keith F. Davis, John Jacob, Sy Kattelson and Anne Wilkes Tucker.
Sy Kattelson’s View of Postwar Street Life in New York
Wednesday, February 8, 2017 | 6 pm – 8 pm at Howard Greenberg Gallery
Ed van der Elsken - Camera in Love, 4 Feb - 21 May 2017 at the Stedelijk Museum.
A roundup of recent HGG and related press items.
Edward Burtynsky’s quest to photograph a changing planet.
Holiday Photography Book Fair, Print Sale, and artist Book signing at Howard Greenberg Gallery, from 11 am to 5 pm.
A review of Essentials Elements 1981-2012 and Pan Salts 2016.
Join us for a Holiday Book Fair at Howard Greenberg Gallery on Saturday, December 17 from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
William Meyers' On Photography reviews the concurrent shows at HGG and Bryce Wolkowitz galleries.
On view October 28, 2016 - January 29, 2017.
Secret Histories | Photographer Edward Burtynsky Reveals the “Essential Elements” Destroying Earth.
In photos of ordinary life, James Van Der Zee captured Harlem Renaissance glamour.
This “new and mysterious art” refers to the photography of the 1840s–1860s.
Revisiting Photography’s Earliest Technologies.
Bringing Daguerreotype Photography Back in Style.
Thursday October 13th, 2016 at Affirmation Arts in New York City.
New book Jantar Mantar to be published this fall with a book launch in December.
A New and Mysterious Art: Ancient Photographic Methods in Contemporary Art, through October 29.
Salt Pans, Howard Greenberg Gallery: Nov 3 - Dec 31
On view from October 29 to November 27.
Edward Burtynsky and Robert Polidori’s Shared Visions
Benefit for Children's Healthcare in Asia.
artscape Japan reviews Eternal Light.
Mural Triptychs and Door/Window Constructions on view at Casemore Kirkeby from August 6, 2016 - September 10.
Parallel Landscapes on view: September 14th - October 14th, 2016.
William Meyers reviews A Cool Breeze, on view through September 2.
Four specialists including Howard Greenberg participated in a panel discussion at Photo London.
Bruce Davidson's lasting documentation of the historic Selma Marches, a seminal turning point in the American Civil Rights movement
The Eye of Photography magazine is running an ongoing series on Howard Greenberg's 25th Anniversary book An American Gallery. This is the tenth installment.
On display through Sunday, Sept. 18.
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Dave Heath.
The Eye of Photography magazine is running an ongoing series on Howard Greenberg's 25th Anniversary book An American Gallery. This is the ninth installment.
Bruce Davidson and Matt Dillon on Lasting Impressions
Joel Meyerowitz Finds Beauty in the Ordinary.
Tiny: The Life of Erin Blackwell + Streetwise to be screened on Saturday, June 25th as pat of BAMcinemaFest 2016
William Klein’s film is playing at The Film Society at Lincoln center on Sunday, June 19th.
The Eye of Photography magazine is running an ongoing series on Howard Greenberg's 25th Anniversary book An American Gallery. This is the eigth installment.
Featuring works by Saul Leiter, Jungjin Lee, and Jacques-Henri Lartigue from HGG.
The Eye of Photography magazine is running an ongoing series on Howard Greenberg's 25th Anniversary book An American Gallery. This is the seventh installment.
WAAM Presents a special screening of Finding Vivian Maier
On view through July 3, 2016.
Photographer Gordon Parks' collaborations with Ralph Ellison are the subject of a new exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago.
An outsider on the inside: The career of Bruce Davidson
Edward Burtynsky Shows Us the Impending Enviro Apocalypse in High Definition
Howard Greenberg will be speaking on a panel about collecting photography on Sunday, May 22.
The Eye of Photography magazine is running an ongoing series on Howard Greenberg's 25th Anniversary book An American Gallery. This is the sixth installment.
William Meyers on Attitude: Portraits by Mary Ellen Mark.
On the Street and in the Studio: Photographs Donated by Howard Greenberg is a two-part exhibition of selections from the 1,148 photographs given to the Dorsky.
Attitude: Portraits by Mary Ellen Mark, 1964–2015, it is on view from May 5 until June 18.
The Eye of Photography magazine is running an ongoing series on Howard Greenberg's 25th Anniversary book An American Gallery. This is the fifth installment.
The Italian photographer is to use the prestigious grant to continue to photograph the refugee crisis across Europe.
The Eye of Photography magazine is running an ongoing series on Howard Greenberg's 25th Anniversary book An American Gallery. This is the fourth installment.
Masterclass, a retrospective exhibition of Newman’s work, showcases 200 of his photographs.
The exhibition was featured on television, on the PBS show NYC-ARTS.
Joel Meyerowitz's latest series featured in the magazine of Le Monde.
The Eye of Photography magazine is running an ongoing series on Howard Greenberg's 25th Anniversary book An American Gallery. This is the third installment.
Bob Adelman: From Civil Rights to Making a Difference
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Bob Adelman.
Saturday, April 16 | 11 am - 1 pm
Gordon Parks: Invisible Man and Segregation Story is on view March 25 – May 14 at Weinstein Gallery, Minneapolis.
The Eye of Photography magazine is running an ongoing series on Howard Greenberg's 25th Anniversary book An American Gallery. This is the second installment.
11 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before March 25
Featuring the work of Frederic Brenner and JungJin Lee
http://www.marketwired.com/press-release/scotiabank-contact-photography-festival-announces-the-new-annual-burtynsky-grant-2103325.htmOn March 7 Edward Burtynsky was announced as a recipient of the award from the Canada Council for the Arts.
The Eye of Photography magazine is running an ongoing series on Howard Greenberg's 25th Anniversary book An American Gallery. This is the first installment.
Alice Boughton's Nude on a Dune.
Our shared booth at the ADAA Art Show with Hans P. Kraus Jr. highlighted by the New York Times.
Bruce Davidson: Gifts to the Collection. February 27, 2016 – September 11, 2016
William Meyers reviews William Gedney: All Facts Eventually Lead to Mysteries
Roberta Smith review This Place at the Brooklyn Museum, featuring the work of Frederic Brenner and Jungjin Lee.
For 12 Photographers, an Anxious Gaze on Israel and the West Bank
Two artist discussions in conjunction with the This Place show at the Brooklyn Museum.
Frederic Brenner's This Place exhibition opens at the Brooklyn Museum on February 12, also featuring the work of Jungjin Lee.
Join Friends Without a Border on April 7 for "Celebrating 20 Years of Friends!"
Howard Greenberg Gallery will host a panel discussion in conjunction with the opening of our exhibition: William Gedney: All Facts Eventually Lead To Mysteries
On the Street and in the Studio is a two-part exhibition that evaluates more than 70 highlights and novelties.
Beyond Stereotypes in California and Kentucky, in conjunction with the upcoming exhibition All Facts Eventually Lead to Mysteries opening at Howard Greenberg Gallery on February 4th.
Thursday, February 4, 2016 | 7:00 pm - at the Temple Emanu-El Skirball Center
Read a roundup of recent press, with the last chance to view Marvin Newman: Sequentially Sought, on view through Saturday, January 30th.
A Prolific New York Photographer Comes Back Into Focus.
Reawakening Morandi through his collection of Objects.
Made in Manhattan: how Saul Leiter found beauty in Gotham’s glass and grime.
The conclusion of a two-part story revealing new research reported on Vivian Maier.
This is the first report on a two-part story revealing new research reported on Vivian Maier.
Marvin Newman is the subject of today's New York Times Lens Blog.
Gordon Parks: Collages by Peter Beard, a new exhibition at The Gordon Parks Foundation in Pleasantville, New York, opening on January 18, 2016.
As the saying goes: "If you buy only one book this year...."
Edward Burtynsky in CNN Style on 'Water' and the future of 3D.
Join us for a Holiday Book Fair at Howard Greenberg Gallery on Saturday, December 12, 2015 from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. featuring lavish photo books at discounts from 10 - 40%.
Paris Photo have offered a unique view of the interior of the exihibitor booths at the Grand Palais.
Photograph reviews the current Jungjin Lee show at HGG.
The gallery's booth at Paris Photo 2015 with the work of Frederic Brenner is featured on the Architectural Digest website.
Edward Burtynsky’s Mesmerizing Images of Copper Mines. Trying to comprehend the scale of open-pit extraction with aerial photographs.
CIMA is pleased to welcome celebrated American photographer Joel Meyerowitz to discuss his recent project, Morandi’s Objects.
The Norton Museum of Art is the first U.S. venue to host This Place, an international photo exhibition that explores the complexity of Israel and the West Bank.
Two recent features on Bruce Davidson's photographs of Los Angeles, and the corresponding books.
During the week of October 19 Steidl will take over the Strand Book Store to present new books, stage talks and book signings.
HarperCollins BookLab presents a discussion with Howard Greenberg and New York Times Arts Critic and Wall Street Journal writer Richard B. Woodward on the life and work of street photographer Vivian Maier.
Please join Howard Greenberg Gallery and curator Keith F. Davis for a conversation on the photographs of Dave Heath.
Joel Meyerowitz: Cape Light is back. This edition features all the now-iconic images, newly remastered and luxuriously printed in a larger format.
Damiani presents Morandi’s Objects Joel Meyerowitz, the first exhibition in the publisher’s new gallery space. Meyerowitz was granted access to the rooms in Casa Morandi, where the painter’s objects still remain, taking over 700 photographs where Morandi worked.
An exhibition of Dave Heath photographs at the Philadelphia Museum of Art will run from September 19, 2015 to February 21, 2016. This exhibition is the first comprehensive survey of Heath’s deeply personal early work.
Join CPW on Thursday October 8th, 2015 at Affirmation Arts in New York City as they gather to celebrate the 2015 Vision Award Honoree, Vince Aletti and secure CPW’s future!
The extensive retrospective at Kunst Haus Wien presents the photographer and the major, multi–faceted oeuvre he created over the course of 50 years.
Howard Greenberg Gallery is profiled by the New York Times as one of ten featured galleries on the Upper East Side for the month of May, featuring William Klein's Brooklyn+Klein exhibition.
Brenner's most recent project, entitled This Place, is an exhaustive visual survey of Israel and the West Bank involving a team of photographers in residence organized by Brenner himself.
A collection of Leiter's painted work has been published by Sylph Editions as Saul Leiter: Painted Nudes.
Burtynsky's dramatic, large–scale photographs will be on display at the Grand Rapids Art Museum from February 1 through April 26, 2015.
An exhibition of groundbreaking photographs of Fort Scott, Kansas—focusing on the realities of life under segregation during the 1940s, but also relating to Parks’s own fascinating life story.
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our dear friend Arthur Leipzig.
This exhibition at The National Arts Club represents a selection of images from the book Saul Leiter: Early Color.
Created for an influential 1950s Life magazine article, these photographs offer a powerful look at the daily life and struggles of a multigenerational family living in segregated Alabama.
Witness at a Crossroads chronicles French photographer Marc Riboud’s journeys across Asia during the mid-1950s and 60s, a period of great cultural and political transition in the region.
The NRW-Forum in Düsseldorf is opening the first retrospective exhibition of Joel Meyerowitz photographs in Germany. More than 260 works from a career spanning 50 years will be on display.
Conceived as a retrospective, the exhibition illustrates Kenro Izu’s work for over thirty years in the world’s most evocative holy sites.
Following great success in Lausanne, Paris and Budapest, the Jewish Historical Museum presents the exhibition Masterpieces from the Howard Greenberg Collection with approximately 150 photos from the private collection of New York gallery owner Howard Greenberg.
We are very sad to have lost our dear friend, Rebecca Lepkoff, who died on Sunday, August 17th at the age of 98.
IN NO GREAT HURRY is a funny, intimate and moving film, following photographer Saul Leiter (1923 - 2013) as he deals with the triple burden of cleaning an apartment full of memories, becoming world famous in his 80s and fending off a pesky filmmaker.
Created in 2014 by documentary filmmakers John Maloof and Charlie Siskel (Finding Vivian Maier), along with Howard Greenberg, founder and owner of Howard Greenberg Gallery, the Vivian Maier Scholarship Fund provides need-based funding for female students pursuing an education in art and design at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC).
This unsung artist’s strange and riveting life and work are revealed through never-before-seen photographs, films and interviews with dozens who thought they knew her.
Watermark is a feature documentary from multiple-award winning filmmakers Jennifer Baichwal and Nick de Pencier, and renowned photographer Edward Burtynsky.
Foam finishes 2013 with a unique retrospective exhibition of the work of William Klein. The entire museum will be dedicated to the life and work of this legendary photographer, filmmaker and designer.
16th Annual Friends of Friends Photography Auction, benefiting children's healthcare in Asia from Friends Without A Border.
A personal note from Howard Greenberg on the passing of Saul Leiter.
A roundup of recent press on the James Karales exhibition at Howard Greenberg Gallery.
A roundup of recent press on the Vivian Maier: Self-Portrait exhibition at Howard Greenberg Gallery.
Do not miss this incredible and rare exhibition of photographs from the personal collection of Howard Greenberg.
A roundup of recent press on the Edward Burtynsky Water exhibition at Howard Greenberg Gallery
From September 12 to October 19, 2013, Miyako Yoshinaga Gallery is delighted to present Eikoh Hosoe: Curated Body 1959-1970, featuring 34 vintage prints by the master Japanese photographer, Eikoh Hosoe.
Finding Vivian Maier has been selected by the Toronto International Film Festival for its world premiere.
Bruce Davidson was interviewed by NBC on the 50th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington.
Howard Greenberg Gallery and The Ryerson Image Center cordially invite you to join us in celebration of the release of Black Star: The Legacy of a Photo Agency on Thursday, June 20th, 6-8pm at the Howard Greenberg Gallery.
Howard Greenberg Gallery is pleased to announce the gallery has been featured in the June 2013 signature issue of Robb Report magazine as an award winner in the category of Art & Collectibles.
Frank Gohlke, Professor of Photography at the University of Arizona, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant to photograph in Kazakhstan during 2013-2014.
A traveling exhibition arranged by DiChroma Photography.Vivian Maier: Street Photographer will also be appearing in Tours, France and Goteburg, Sweden.
A roundup of recent press on the 1963 and Scenes from the South exhibitions at Howard Greenberg Gallery.
View the official film trailer for the upcoming documentary film Finding Vivian Maier directed & produced by John Maloof and Charlie Siskel.
A roundup of recent press on the Gay Block - LOVE: South Beach in the 80s exhibition at Howard Greenberg Gallery.
In conjunction with the exhibition Extreme Habitats: Living Desert Dry, the Bruce Museum will host a program with award-winning photographer Dana Buckley featuring her second book of fine art photography, Dana Buckley: Living Desert.
A roundup of recent press on the William Klein exhibition at Howard Greenberg Gallery.
In a rare appearance, Klein himself will take to the stage at MAD for a one-night conversation examining his works and influences.
Renowned photographer Dana Buckley unveils her second book of fine art photography, a collection of stunning images that transport us to some of the nation’s most remote desert terrain including Arizona-Sonaro Desert Museum in Tucson and Joshua Tree National Park in Yucca Valley, California.
MOPA is pleased to present the first United States exhibition of Jessica Lange’s mid-career retrospective unseen.
Howard Greenberg Gallery has announced that the Gallery will be the exclusive representative for the estates of the photographers Berenice Abbott and Arnold Newman.