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Herbert Matter, Mercedes, Provincetown, 1940

#herbertmatter #mercedesmatter #provincetown #ptown #gittermangallery


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Herbert Matter, Alexander Calder in his New York City storefront studio, winter, 1936

#calder #alexandercalder #herbertmatter #gittermangallery


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Herbert Matter, Alberto Giacometti, 1965

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Herbert Matter, City Square, 1948, 1960-1965

#giacometti #albertogiacometti #herbertmatter #gittermangallery


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Herbert Matter, Mercedes, Provincetown, 1940

#herbertmatter #mercedesmatter #gittermangallery #provincetown


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Herbert Matter, Untitled (Alexander Calder hanging mobile in motion), 1936

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Maurice Tabard was born in Lyon, France. He studied at the New York Institute of Photography in New York and worked as a portrait photographer. Tabard returned to France in 1927, where he connected with many influential artists. He created Surrealist compositions, incorporating solarization, superimposition and photomontage; his work was included in the landmark 1929 Film und Foto exhibition. Tabard contributed fashion and advertisement photographs to numerous magazines, including Harper’s Bazaar under Alexey Brodovitch. #MauriceTabard #bureauofsurrealistresearch #gittermangallery


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Cnt’d from previous post.... The photographs in this book go beyond ‘good’ or ‘bad’ photography, whether you like them or not is irrelevant. These are important photographs because they give their subjects a stage on which to stand, a stage on which to be seen and acknowledged. This books gives voice to the voiceless with tenderness and open heartedness by an artist who is there on the corner of 125th and Lexington, not only as a photographer, but as a human being, engaging and showing interest in other human beings. Khalik’s book of photographs is accompanied by a film ‘Field Ni**as’, which I’m hoping to watch soon. This body of work is particularly moving after having just read ‘Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race’ by Reni Eddo-Lodge. As a white male, thinking and talking about structural racism and prejudice is something I (we) have an obligation to do, and this work for me is definitely a part of that process of trying to come to terms with my own white privilege and those whose skin colour makes life that much harder. This is a book not only about the people of 125th and Lexington in Harlem, New York; this is a book about black history, slavery and white privilege the world over, and we all need to start talking about it more. Get yourself a copy of both of these books if you can. Prints of Khalik’s work are available through Gitterman Gallery in New York, where he recently had an exhibition, and the book is available though numerous different channels. #khalikallah #soulsagainsttheconcrete #gittermangallery @gittermangallery #blackamerica #harlem #streetphotography #renieddolodge @renieddolodge #NYC #newyork #whyimnolongertalkingtowhitepeopleaboutrace #racerelations #universityoftexaspress #125thstreet #lexingtonavenue


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‘Khalik Allah - Souls Against the Concrete’ published in 2017 by University of Texas Press. Photographing on one street corner night after night over a three year period, Khalik presents a selection of 105 photographs that empathetically engage with some of the local habitants of Harlem, New York. This work hits me in the solar plexus with its openness, closeness and directness. There is no fly-in, fly-out voyeurism here; Khalik is photographing his contemporaries, the ‘field-ni**as’ (as he states), of which he categorically includes himself. This area became Khalik’s stomping ground, where people came to know and accept him ‘I knew everyone on that corner by name, and they all knew me’. Khalik has produced a body of work that opens our eyes - and hopefully our hearts - to the people who do it tough; those who are in and out of jail, many struggling with addiction and mental illness, the down trodden members of society (almost exclusively black) who so often are ignored by society. The subjects of these photographs are the people who you won’t engage with on your holiday to New York, they are the ones many of us actively try to ignore or to pass by without any form of verbal, or even non-verbal communication. This book testifies to the nature and existence of a part of America that we won’t see in the nightly news, part of American society that does not warrant attention from the fat cats in Trump’s white, racist administration. Continued in next post.... #khalikallah #soulsagainsttheconcrete #gittermangallery @gittermangallery #blackamerica #harlem #streetphotography #renieddolodge @renieddolodge #NYC #newyork #whyimnolongertalkingtowhitepeopleaboutrace #racerelations #universityoftexaspress #125thstreet #lexingtonavenue


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Last day of #khalikallah exhibition

Khalik Allah, Untitled, 125th Street, 2014

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I found #KhalikAllah’s portraits made in and around 125th St to be arresting and hauntingly beautiful @gittermangallery Tomorrow’s the last day to check out this #mustsee show. 💥⚡️ #midtowngalleries #streetphotography #portraitphotography #colorphotography #gittermangallery


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Last week of #khalikallah at #gittermangallery Khalik Allah, Frenchie, Corner Store, 2013


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T Lux Feininger, Students at the Bauhaus, c. 1926-29 @pghphotofair @thecmoa last day 10-5

#tluxfeininger #bauhaus #pghphotofair #carnegiemuseum #gittermangallery


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Jean Painlevé, Gueule de Poisson, 1927-29 @pghphotofair opening party tonight @thecmoa and through Sunday.

#jeanpainleve #jeanpainlevé #pghphotofair #carnegiemuseum #gittermangallery


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José Maria Sert, Mannequin Study for Rockefeller Center, c. 1930 @pghphotofair April 27-29 @thecmoa
#josemariasert #pghphotofair #gittermangallery #rockefellercenter


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Jean Moral, Untitled, 1927 @pghphotofair April 27-29 @thecmoa
#pghphotofair #carnegiemuseum #jeanmoral #gittermangallery


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It was such a pleasure to see Khalik Allah's photography series Souls Against the Concrete at Gitterman Gallery and his new film Black Mother at MoMA as a part of New Directors/New Films. #khalikallah #soulsagainsttheconcrete #gittermangallery #photography #newdirectorsnewfilms #moma


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Went to Gitterman Gallery to see 📸 Souls AgAinst the Concrete and Lincoln Center to see 🎥 Black Mother. Blown away by the talent, warmth, energy, and spirituality of Khalik Allah. 💗 #khalikallah #moma #lincolncenter #newdirectors #gittermangallery #blackmother #soulsagainsttheconcrete #ndnf


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Was able to catch a small glimpse of Khalik Allah's work. From what I could see the photography was amazing 💕

#khalikallah #gittermangallery #photography #amazing #work #blackart #yaaas #loveit #mondayartday #blackgold #allday


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Robert Frank, McClellanville, S.C., 1955 at booth 412, #aipad #thephotographyshow
#robertfrank #gittermangallery


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Khalik Allah #khalikallah completely and instantly blew my mind. Bought his new book right away. His film premiered at MOMA yesterday, and it’s at the MET today. #younglions #risingstars #street #harlem #nyc #aipad2018 #thephotographyshow2018 #gittermangallery


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Khalik Allah #khalikallah completely and instantly blew my mind. Bought his new book right away. His film premiered at MOMA yesterday, and it’s at the MET today. #younglions #risingstars #street #harlem #nyc #aipad2018 #thephotographyshow2018 #gittermangallery


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KHALIK ALLAH March 9-May 12
It is easy to walk through a city not making eye contact, but for Khalik Allah this contact is essential. He sees each individual he photographs. And his photographs in turn allow us to see them, to acknowledge who we might ignore, to look through Allah’s eye and into theirs, and to recognize them as individuals. This is the power of Allah’s work: to give us a deeper sense of people as people, to share and enlighten, even when the message may not be clean or easy.
The works in this exhibition are drawn primarily from images in his recent book Souls Against the Concrete (University of Texas Press, 2017). Made at night on 125th Street and Lexington Avenue in Harlem, the images provide a glimpse into a world and people that many choose to ignore. His subjects are often drug addicts, homeless, or both. Using only the available light from shop windows, street lights, or subway platforms, he photographs them with a slow color film, a combination that produces images full of grain and texture, a visual shorthand for the roughness and intensity of life on the street, and his own struggles early in life.
Despite challenges early in life, Allah managed to maintain discipline and focus on self improvement. He credits these qualities, in part, to the teachings of The Five-Percent Nation. Inspired and empowered by their message Allah seriously pursued the study of metaphysics, black history, and literature. Likewise, with no formal art training, he pursued video work first at the age of 14, and then photography, making his first pictures in 2010. He taught himself how to use a camera from videos on YouTube and later devoured books at the library on work of #henricartierbresson #RobertFrank #nobuyoshiaraki #daidomoriyama #brucedavidson They also fit with the philosophies that he internalized from The Five-Percent Nation, using photography to enlighten us to the possibilities of humanity, especially within a community that remains largely invisible to many. In keeping with that perspective, he has referred to his photographic work as his “camera ministry.” Read more on our website
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Peter Hujar, Reclining Nude on Couch, 1978 at booth 412, Pier 94 #aipad #thephotographyshow
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František Drtikol, Untitled, 1920s at booth 412, Pier 94 #aipad #thephotographyshow #drtikol #františekdrtikol #frantisekdrtikol #gittermangallery


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Josef Sudek, The Window of My Studio, 1940-1954 at booth 412, Pier 94

#aipad #thephotographyshow #josefsudek #gittermangallery


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Friday, April 6, extended gallery hours with #khalikallah at #gittermangallery.


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Don't miss out on this great show currently on view at @gittermangallery! Photographer/cinematographer Khalik Allah presents a series of images drawn primarily from his recent book "Souls Against the Concrete." Created at night on 125th St and Lexington Ave in Harlem, the photographs invite us into a world many choose to ignore. ⠀

Laumont is pleased to have collaborated with the artist on all the fine art prints for the exhibition. The show will be on view through May 12. Also make sure to mark your calendars for the premiere of his most recent film "Black Mother" April 4th at @themuseumofmodernart. ⠀

#khalikallah #gittermangallery #laumont #moma #harlem #fineartphotography #fineartprints
⠀ ( Repost @harpersbooks )


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Khalik Allah's new film, Black Mother, reviewed in The New York Times and premieres in New Directors/New Films, April 4 MoMA and April 7 Lincoln Center.

#khalikallah #gittermangallery #newdirectorsnewfilms #momafilm #lincolncenterfilmsociety


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Khalik Allah, Frenchie, Corner Store, 2013

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Khalik Allah, Untitled, 125th Street, 2017

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Profile, 1927. #gittermangallery


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In these images, taken from “Souls Against the Concrete,” Khalik Allah documents the many inhabitants on the cross streets of 125th street and Lexington Avenue in Harlem. Many of the subjects in the photographs endure homelessness, drug addiction, poverty, and harassment from the police - as they stare directly at the lens, we are provided a glimpse into a world and people that many choose to ignore.
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KhalikAllah at his opening Gitterman Gallery in NYC#KhalikAllah#GittermanGallery#photography#NYC


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#khalikallah Untitled, 125th Street, 2017. #gittermangallery


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#khalikallah Untitled, 125tb Street, 2014. #gittermangallery


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#Khalikallah Untitled, Lexington Avenue, 2013 #gittermangallery


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#khalikallah Frenchie, 4-5-6 Station, 125th Street (2), 2014. #gittermangallery


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#khalikallah Hospital (Frenchie), 2013. #gittermangallery


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#khalikallah Frenchie, Corner Store, 2013. #gittermangallery


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Khalik Allah opening tonight.

Sapphire, Lexington Avenue, 2014

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Khalik Allah opens Friday

Untitled, 125th Street, 2017

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Gerard Petrus Fieret, Untitled, 1960s

#fieret #gerardpetrusfieret #gittermangallery


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Kenneth Josephson, Front Street, Rochester, N.Y., 1956

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Roger Mayne, Girls and a Boy, Hampden Crescent, London, 1957

#rogermayne #gittermangallery #britishstreetphotography


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KHALIK ALLAH March 9-May 12
It is easy to walk through a city not making eye contact, but for Khalik Allah this contact is essential. He sees each individual he photographs. And his photographs in turn allow us to see them, to acknowledge who we might ignore, to look through Allah’s eye and into theirs, and to recognize them as individuals. This is the power of Allah’s work: to give us a deeper sense of people as people, to share and enlighten, even when the message may not be clean or easy.
The works in this exhibition are drawn primarily from images in his recent book Souls Against the Concrete (University of Texas Press, 2017). Made at night on 125th Street and Lexington Avenue in Harlem, the images provide a glimpse into a world and people that many choose to ignore. His subjects are often drug addicts, homeless, or both. Using only the available light from shop windows, street lights, or subway platforms, he photographs them with a slow color film, a combination that produces images full of grain and texture, a visual shorthand for the roughness and intensity of life on the street, and his own struggles early in life.
Despite challenges early in life, Allah managed to maintain discipline and focus on self improvement. He credits these qualities, in part, to the teachings of The Five-Percent Nation. Inspired and empowered by their message Allah seriously pursued the study of metaphysics, black history, and literature. Likewise, with no formal art training, he pursued video work first at the age of 14, and then photography, making his first pictures in 2010. He taught himself how to use a camera from videos on YouTube and later devoured books at the library on work of #henricartierbresson #RobertFrank #nobuyoshiaraki #daidomoriyama #brucedavidson They also fit with the philosophies that he internalized from The Five-Percent Nation, using photography to enlighten us to the possibilities of humanity, especially within a community that remains largely invisible to many. In keeping with that perspective, he has referred to his photographic work as his “camera ministry.” Read more on our website
#gittermangallery #khalikallah


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Debbie Fleming Caffery, Nexicolis, 1996

#debbieflemingcaffery #gittermangallery @debbieflemingcaffery


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Daido Moriyama, Shinjuku, 1974

Daido Moriyama was born in Ikeda-cho (now Ikeda-shi), Osaka. In 1961 he moved to Tokyo to join the eminent photographers group VIVO, whose members included Shomei Tomatsu and Eikoh Hosoe. Though the group dissolved before he could join, he became Eikoh Hosoe's assistant and was fortunate to assist Hosoe on his famous series of Yukio Mishima called Barakei: Ordeal by Roses. In 1968 he joined Provoke, a magazine founded at a time of significant social change and devoted to the expressive potential of photography. It's subtitle was Provocative Materials for Thought. Moriyama and other photographers associated with Provoke consciously made images in a different style from what was accepted at the time, utilizing camera movement, emphasizing grain and darkness, and creating a visceral experience. Though Moriyama is seen today as the leading figure of this style and period, he went on to develop a broader visual vocabulary. This print is a rare vintage print from the 1970s of a lesser known image that show his continued passion for street photography.
#gittermangallery #daidomoriyama #streetphotography #japanesephotography


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Joseph Szabo, Roadrunner, Jones Beach, 1970

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Josef Breitenbach, Forest Limb, c. 1933-39

#gittermangallery #josefbreitenbach


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