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GREENBERG BY KAHMANN
Louis Faurer, Garage, Park Avenue, New York, 1950
courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery, NY

GREENBERG BY KAHMANN

Highlights from the Howard Greenberg Gallery collection

Disfarmer (Mike Meyer) » Martine Franck » Robert Frank » André Kertész » William Klein » Joel Meyerowitz » Martin Munkácsi » Arnold Newman » Marvin E. Newman » Ruth Orkin » Gordon Parks » Dennis Stock »

Exhibition: 23 Sep – 1 Dec 2017

Sat 23 Sep 18:00 - 22:00

KAHMANN Gallery

Lindengracht 35
1015 KB Amsterdam

+31 (0)20-8460770


www.kahmanngallery.com

Tue-Sat 13-17

GREENBERG BY KAHMANN
Arnold Newman, Pablo Picasso, Vallauris, France, 1954
courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery, NY

Opening Greenberg by Kahmann during Open Gallery Night, September 23
For one night during Unseen Photo Fair & Festival 2017, on the 23th of September, some of Amsterdam’s most exciting galleries exhibiting photography will open their doors for an exclusive late-night opening.

Kahmann Gallery is proud to present the exhibition ‘Greenberg by Kahmann’. This exhibition is a special collaboration between Kahmann Gallery and the world renowned photo gallery Howard Greenberg Gallery from New York. A selection from the Greenberg Gallery collection will be on show and will include notable artists such as Dennis Stock, André Kertesz, Robert Frank, William Klein, Gordon Parks, Mike Disfarmer, Arnold Newman, Martin Munkacsi and Joel Meyerowitz.

GREENBERG BY KAHMANN
Ruth Orkin, American Girl in Italy, 1951
courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery, NY

Howard Greenberg is one of the world’s foremost photography dealers. After establishing the still active Center for Photography in Woodstock in 1977, he entered the commercial side of photography in 1981 by founding his namesake gallery. He is an authority on 20th century photography, and has been an acknowledged leader of establishing its value on the fine art market. American Photo magazine proclaimed Greenberg one of the 25 most important people in photography. Employing his keen eye for artistic value and a unique historical perspective, Greenberg has built a reputation for rediscovering significant photographers from the past and establishing a market for their work. He represents and exhibits photographs by many of the acknowledged masters.

GREENBERG BY KAHMANN
Ken Schles, Drowned in Sorrow, 1984
courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery, NY
GREENBERG BY KAHMANN
Dennis Stock, Corona del Mar, 1968
courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery, NY