|Nailya Alexander Gallery
|| REPRESENTING: Denis Brihat, Lori Grinker, Annemarie Heinrich, Jane Hilton, Nicholas Hughes, Irina Ionesco, Sergey Maximishin, William Meyers, Evgeny Mokhorev, Irina Nakhova, Max Penson Estate, Ann Rhoney, Pentti Sammallahti, Arkady Shaikhet Estate, George Tice, Alexey Titarenko
WORKS AVAILABLE BY: Nikolai Bakharev, Lev Borodulin, Sasha Borodulin, Andrey Chezhin, Emmanuil Evzerikhin, Semyon Fridlyand, Alexander Grinberg, Boris Ignatovich, Elizaveta Ignatovich, Evgeny Khaldey, Yakov Khalip, Jean
|Deborah Bell Photographs
|| Vito Acconci
Anthology Film Archives
Gerard Petrus Fieret
James Moore Estate
Judith Joy Ross
William Silano Estate
|Joseph Bellows Gallery
||Joseph Bellows Gallery supports an inventory of important vintage prints, as well as contemporary photographs. The gallery maintains a rotating exhibition schedule of both solo shows and group-themed exhibitions. Michael Abramson, Ansel Adams, Lewis Baltz, Thomas Barrow, Virginia Beahan, Bill Brandt, Anne Brigman, Debbie Fleming Caffery, Harry Callahan, Paul Caponigro, Gusmano Cesaretti, Liliane De Cock, Gregory Conniff, Linda Connor, John Coplans, Bevan Davies, Robbert Flick, David Freund, Douglas Gilbert, Wayne Gudmundson, David T. Hanson, Declan Haun, Josef Hoflehner, Earl Iversen, Len Jenshel, Charles Johnstone, Gene Kennedy, André Kertész, Arnold Kramer, Joanne Leonard, Randal Levenson, Michael Ligh
|Benrubi Gallery, Inc.
||Founded in 1987 in New York City, the gallery moved in 2004 to the historic Fuller Building on 57th street and in January 2015 to the heart of the Chelsea art district on 26th street. The gallery specializes exclusively in photography with a focus on contemporary work. Matthew Albanese
Corinne May Botz
|Janet Borden, Inc.
|| Fred Cray, Robert Cumming, Jim Dow, Macduff Everton, Jan Groover, Alfred Leslie, Mary Ellen Mark, Hanno Otten, Martin Parr, John Pfahl, Donald Sultan, Neil Winokur
|Stephen Bulger Gallery
||Since 1995, the gallery has sustained an active exhibition schedule of both historical and contemporary photographers, from across Canada and around the world. The gallery maintains a large inventory with a range of genres specializing in photographs that tell stories both large and small. Sara Angelucci, Dick Arentz, Estate of Alexander Artway, Jaret Belliveau, Phil Bergerson, Marco Bohr, Robert Bourdeau, Estate of Reva Brooks, Robert Burley, Canadian Press Archive, Bertrand Carrière, Estate of Douglas Clark, Scott Conarroe, Max Dean, Estate of Gerry Deiter, Estate of Lutz Dille, Pete Doherty, William Eakin, Elliott Erwitt, Fausta Facciponte, Gilbert Garcin, Estate of Robert Giard, Jim Goldberg, Cynthia Greig, Sunil Gupta, Joseph Hartman, Estate of Richard Harrington, Dave Heath,
|Robert Burge/20th Century Photographs, Ltd.
|| Reenie Barrow, Gaylord Herron, Kendall Messick, O. Winston Link, Elaine Mayes, D. W. Mellor, John Woolf
|Yumiko Chiba Associates
|| Jiro Takamatsu (The Estate of Jiro Takamatsu)
||ClampArt represents a wide range of emerging and mid-career artists of all media with a specialization in photography. In addition, the gallery carries a large selection of modern and contemporary paintings, prints, and photographs from the early 20th century to the present. Bill Armstrong, John Arsenault, Aziz + Cucher, James Bidgood, Jesse Burke, Nancy Burson, Jen Davis, Frances F. Denny, Adam Ekberg, Brian Finke, Jill Greenberg, Henry Horenstein, Rachel Hulin, Joshua Lutz, Michael Massaia, Pipo Nguyen-duy, Lori Nix, Rachel Papo, Lissa Rivera, Zack Seckler, Manjari Sharma, Luke Smalley, Amy Stein, Amy Touchette, Robert Voit, Frank Yamrus, Marc Yankus, Ion Zupcu
|Patricia Conde Galeria
||Ciudad de Mexico
||Ciudad de México
|Contemporary Works/Vintage Works
||Contemporary Works/Vintage Works, Ltd. is a by-appointment private photography dealer. The company sells important 19th-, 20th-, and 21st-century photography in every medium. There are more than 5,000 images in our inventory. Nearly all major countries are represented, but we have extensive work from American, French, English, Asian, and Eastern European master photographers, as well as important and interesting anonymous work and cutting-edge contemporary work. Alex Novak, owner of Vintage Work ARTISTS EXHIBITED, Laure Albin-Guillot, Alinari Brothers, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Eugene Atget, Edouard Baldus, Ludwig Belitski, Ilsa Bing, Bisson Freres, Edouard Boubat, Brassai, Adolphe Braun, Nancy Burson, Julia M. Cameron, Lewis Carroll, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Charles Clifford, John Coplans, Eugene Cuvelier, Louis De Clercq, Alphonse De Launay, Baron De Meyer, Robert Doisneau, Frantisek Drtikol, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Elliott Erwitt, Walker Evans, Robert Frank, Lee Friedlander, Mario Giacomelli,
|Catherine Couturier Gallery
||Catherine Couturier Gallery specializes in classic 20th=century photography and contemporary work of the highest quality. We enjoy finding that special image for the collector, be it by presenting an artist or medium previously unseen or a hard-to-find piece by a true master in the field. The gallery also sells a wide range of rare and vintage books and publications by many of today's best-known contemporary artists. Stanko Abadzic, Renate Aller, Theo Anderson, Jeffrey Becom, Ruth Bernhard, Rita Bernstein, Anne Berry, A. Aubrey Bodine, Edouard Boubat, Margaret Bourke-White, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Kate Breakey, Esther Bubley, Dan Burkholder, Susan Burnstine, Camera Work, Keith Carter, Henri Cartier-Bresson, John Chakeres, Charles Cramer, Mitch Dobrowner, Robert Doisneau, Jeri Eisenberg, Martin Elkort, Elliott Erwitt, Louis Faurer, Mauro Fiorese, Blake Fitch, David Fokos, Henry Gilpin, Great Life Photographers,
|Stephen Daiter Gallery
||20th and 21st century European and American avant-garde, contemporary, and documentary photographs. Photography from School of Design in Chicago, Photo League, New York School, Bauhaus, and Farm Security Administration. 20TH/21ST CENTURY, Dawoud Bey, Bill Brandt, Wynn Bullock, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Lynne Cohen, Paul D'Amato, Willem Diepraam, Walker Evans, Jaromir Funke, John Gossage, Lewis Hine, André Kertész, Clarence John Laughlin, Leon Levinstein, Helen Levitt, Estat
||Originating from the James Danziger Gallery (founded in 1989), Danziger Gallery opened in November 2004 in the heart of the Chelsea art district.. Focusing primarily on artists working in photography, but also exhibiting video and painting, Danziger Ga Breder, Hans
Fabian Miller, Garry
Link, O. Winston
Sherry, David Benjamin
van de Puttelaar, Carla
|Michael Dawson Gallery
||Specializing in 19th and 20th century American photography with an emphasis on vintage and contemporary work from California and the southwest. We also maintain an inventory of rare photographic books. Ansel Adams, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Hugo Breheme, Horace Bristol, Wynn Bullock, Will Connell, Imogen Cunningham, William Dassonville, Judy Dater, Scott Davis, Yuichi Hibi, Lou Jacobs Jr., André Kertész, C. Cameron Macauley, Eadweard Muybridge, Sonya Noskowiak, Charles Phoenix Archive, Sanford Roth, A. J. Russell, Will Soule, Lou Stoumen, Dain Tasker, Edmund Teske, Hiromi Tsuchida, Adam Clark Vroman, Carleton Watkins, Brett Weston, Edward Weston, Max Yavno.
|Keith de Lellis Gallery
||Photographs by American and European photographers of the 20th century, including vintage Italian photography, fashion, industrial, New York School, and 19th century spirit photography. Also in inventory: photo-journalism, advertising photography, moderni Berenice Abbott, Richard Avedon, Anthony Barboza, Ralph Bartholomew, Cecil Beaton, Gianni Berengo-Gardin, Donald Blumberg, Margaret Bourke-White, Charlotte Brooks, Giuseppe Bruno, Esther Bubley, Augusto Cantamessa, Mario Cattaneo, Ed Clark, Harold Haliday Costain, Gordon Coster, Louise Dahl-Wolfe, Loomis Dean, Mario De Biasi, Robert Doisneau, Jeanne & John Ebstel, Mikki Ferrill, Mario Finocchiaro, Marcello Geppetti, Mario Giacomelli, Baron Wilhelm von Gloeden, Antoinette Hervey, Lejaren Hiller,
||Dillon Gallery is a contemporary, cross-disciplinary art space located in Chelsea, New York. Through artist representation, exhibitions, and collaboration, Dillon Gallery is most noted for supporting artists working outside the Western canon and disciplines not often associated with traditional art galleries such as architecture, design, music, scent, and theater. The gallery is also known for its vibrant photography program, with innovators whose work crosses geographical borders, having influe
|Les Douches La Galerie
||Les Douches la Galerie, directed by Francoise Morin, features photography, both contemporary and past, organized around a common theme known as “documentary style”. The gallery also shows experimental photographic work that explores and innovates formal applications of the art of photography. Les Douches La Galerie - which occupies since 2006 the gracious space of what was previously Public Baths - is located near the Canal Saint Martin in Paris. Berenice Abbott
|Catherine Edelman Gallery
||Serge Najjar: A Closer Look at the Ordinary
January 6 - February 25, 2017
Laurent Millet: Somnium
March 3 - April 29, 2017 Shelby Lee Adams, Keliy Anderson-Staley, Tom Baril, Daniel Beltrá, Julie Blackmon, Clarissa Bonet,Kate Breakey, Keith Carter, John Cyr, Bruce Davidson, Floriane de Lassee, Jess T. Dugan, Elizabeth Ernst, Dan Estabrook, Terry Evans, Jan Kaesbach, Michael Kenna, Gustavo Lacerda, Ysabel LeMay, Herman Leonard, O. Winston Link, Sandro Miller, Laurent Millet, Serge Najjar, Lori Nix, Robert & Shana ParkeHarrison, Olivia Parker, Francesco Pergolesi, David Plowden, Doug Prince, Holly Roberts, Gregory Sc
|Gary Edwards Gallery
||District of Columbia
||The gallery specializes in early photographic rarities of the 1840s and 1850s, American salt print portraits of the 1850s, 19th-century travel photographs, 20th-century modernist photographs, and photographic documents of 20th-century history. American Vernacular, Felix Beato, Ernest Benecke, Hou Bo, Felix Bonfils, Samuel Bourne, Dmitri Constantine, Eleanor Parke Custis, Robert Doisneau, Leavitt Hunt, Bertha Jaques, Juan Laurent, NASA, Press Prints, Man Ray, Ni Rong, Willy Ronis, Igor Savchenko, Edward Steichen, William James Stillman
||Located in the historic Odd Fellows Hall in downtown Tucson, Etherton Gallery has been a destination for photography collectors since 1981. Known for its extensive and ever-changing inventory of Vintage, Classic and Contemporary Fine Art Photography, Etherton is considered the premier fine art photography gallery in the Southwest. Terry Etherton is an accredited member of The American Society of Appraisers and consults on all matters relating to photography, including appraisals, absentee biddin Ansel Adams, David Emitt Adams, Dick Arentz, Roger Ballen, Michael P. Berman, Debra Bloomfield, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Kate Breakey, Debbie Fleming Caffery, Harry Callahan, Paul Caponigro, Keith Carter, William Clift, Linda Connor, Judy Dater, Dr. Harold Edgerton, Elliott Erwitt, Robert Frank, Jody Forster, Lee Friedlander, Flor Garduño, Ralph Gibson, Emmet Gowin, Charles Grogg, Graciela Iturbide, André Kertész, Mark Klett, Ken Josephson, William Lesch, O. Winston Link, Danny Lyon, Ray Metzker,
|Kathleen Ewing Gallery
||Established in 1976, the Kathleen Ewing Gallery represents a wide range of vintage and contemporary photography. 20TH CENTURY, A. Aubrey Bodine Estate, Esther Bubley, Willy Ronis, August Sander, , CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHERS, David Allison, Phil Borges, Stuart M. Brafman, Christopher Burkett, Julia Cart, Frank DiPerna, Janos Enyedi, Macduff Everton, Janet Fries, John
||The Fahey/Klein Gallery has been dedicated to the exhibition and sales of Fine Art Photography since 1986. With a collection of over 10,000 photographs spanning the 19th and 20th centuries, our inventory includes rare, vintage, and Contemporary Fine Art Photography. Our exhibition program has been devoted to extending the awareness of and appreciation for Fine Art Photography to the beginning collector, the experienced connoisseur, as well as assist and counsel museum and institution on their Shelby Lee Adams, Ruven Afanador, Miles Aldridge, Anderson & Low, Kristoffer Axén, Roger Ballen, Peter Beard, Tom Bianchi, Billy & Hells, Julie Blackmon, Debra Bloomfield, Nick Brandt, Henri Cartier-Bresson, William Claxton, Patrick Demarchelier, Michael Dweck, Arthur Elgort, Elliott Erwitt, Formento & Formento, Ralph Gibson, Greg Gorman, Lauren Greenfield, Bob Gruen, Horst P. Horst, Frank Horvat, George Hoyningen-Huene, Yousuf Karsh, William Klein, Vincent Laforet, Mark Laita, Annie Leibovitz,
||Henry Feldstein specializes in photographs by Weegee and maintains a large selection of vintage photographs of Bettie Page and 1950's Pin-Up and Glamour Photography Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams, Jose Alemany, Albert Arthur Allen, Elmer Batters, Ruth Bernhard, Ilse Bing, A. Aubrey Bodine, Bill Brandt, Brassai , Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Hugo Brehme, Wynn Bullock, Harry Callahan, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Larry Clark, Andre De Dienes, Elliot Erwitt, Walker Evans, Mario Giacomelli, Lena Scott Harris, Fritz Henle, Andre Kertesz, Irving Klaw Studio, Germaine Krull, Jacques-Henri Lartigue, Russ Meyer, William Mortensen, P.H. Oelman, Bettie Page, Eliot Porter, Albert Ren
|Peter Fetterman Gallery
||Established in 1989, The Peter Fetterman Gallery carries one of the largest inventories of classic 20th century photographs on the West Coast. Ansel Adams
Manuel Alvarez Bravo
O. Winston Link
|GALLERY FIFTY ONE
||Fifty One Fine Art
||GALLERY FIFTY ONE
Based in Antwerp (Bel) GALLERY FIFTY ONE is specialized in fine art photography: vintage, classic, fashion, African and contemporary photography.
Open in June 2000, the gallery is the only major art gallery in Belgium devoted exclusively to fine art photography. The gallery deals with young emerging photographers and established photographers of the 20th and 21st century.
Since 2009, the gallery also started a New York office to meet the growing demands of American clients.
Si Seydou Keïta, Malick Sidibé, J.D. Okhai Ojeikere, Saul Leiter, William Klein, Michael Wolf, Bruno V. Roels, Friederike von Rauch, Delphine Burtin, Jacques Henri Lartigue, Tom Butler, Norbert Ghisoland, Jacques Sonck, Vivian Maier, Masao Yamamoto, Frank Horvat, Simon Chaput, Deanna Templeton, Hans-Christian Schink, Elinor Carucci, Yaakov Israel, Adam Kouyaté, Philip K. Apagya, Cornelius Azaglo, Kyungwoo Chun, Peter Granser, Jan Yoors, Steve McCurry, Emile Savitry, Christopher Thomas, Jan Schlegel
||Founded in 1970, Flowers was one of the pioneers to open gallery premises in London’s East End. Since then, the gallery has expanded to include a second exhibition space in London and a third gallery in the Chelsea arts district in New York. From its inception photography has played an integral part of the program, with a dedicated photography space established in London in 2008. Currently representing emerging and established international photographers, Flowers is recognized for its engagement
||Michael Foley opened Foley Gallery in the fall of 2004 after several years of working with notable photography galleries including Fraenkel Gallery, Howard Greenberg Gallery and Yancey Richardson Gallery. He is on the faculty of the School of Visual Arts Thomas Allen, Richard Barnes, Chris Buck, Jessica Dimmock, Martin Klimas, Margaret de Lange, Ina Jang, Henry Leutwyler, Alexandre Orion, Christa Parravani, Sage Sohier, Ilona Szwarc, Donald Weber
|| Robert Adams
Bernd & Hilla Becher
E. J. Bellocq
Ralph Eugene Meatyard
Richard T. Walker
Carleton E. Watkins
|Augusta Edwards Fine Art
|| Geraldo de Barros, Cecil Beaton, Robert Bergman, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Thomaz Farkas, Martine Franck, Gaspar Gasparian, Heniz Hajek-Halke, Chris Killip, Karen Knorr, Josef Koudelka, Marketa Luskacova, Norman Parkinson, Graham Smith, Al Vandenberg, Tom Wood
||Dedicated to the Modernist European photographers who established their professional careers in Argentina before or during World War II. Galería Vasari also represents renowned Argentine contemporary photographers, all of whom are highly recognized by art critics and cultural institutions. Alicia D'Amico, Juan Di Sandro, George Friedman, Annemarie Heinrich, Alex Klein , Alejandro Kuropatwa, Anatole Saderman, Alicia Sanguinetti, Ricardo Sanguinetti, Fred Schiffer, Grete Stern
||Galerie Daniel Blau
||Born in 1962, Daniel Blau opened his first gallery in 1990 in the basement of a former bakery in Munich. His gallery in Munich, now located on the prestigious Maximilianstrasse, specialises in vintage photography as well as modern art. David Bailey
Maxime Du Camp
J. R. Eyerman
Gustave Le Gray
Arthur B. Rickerby
W. Eugene Smith
John H. White
|Galerie Esther Woerdehoff
||Galerie Esther Woerdehoff
||Established in the Montparnasse district since 1996, The Galerie Esther Woerdehoff is one of the few French galleries exclusively devoted to photography. The gallery offers a classic selection of great photographers of the second half of the twentieth century (René Burri, Frank Horvat, Edouard Boubat, Philipp Giegel, René Groebli) and the important collection of photographs by Swiss photographer, Karlheinz Weinberger.
Contemporary European photography also has a privileged position in its arti Gail Albert Halaban, Juliette Bates, Eric Bourret, Thierry Cohen, Maia Flore, Iris Hutegger, Thomas Jorion, Simone Kappeler, Jens Knigge, Chema Madoz, Guillaume Martial, Jacques Pugin, PUTPUT, Marc Sommer, Elene Usdin, Xavier Dauny, Laurence Demaison, Gérard Musy, Michael Schnabel, Michael von Graffenried
||Galerie f5, 6
|| Antonio Azuaga, Lillian Bassman, Olaf Otto Becker, Florian Böhm, Richard Caldicott, Beth Yarnelle Edwards, Juliane Eirich, Ed van der Elsken, Jonathan Gitelson, John Goto, Paul Himmel, Anja Jensen, Gerry Johansson, Leon Kirchlechner, Saul Leiter, Helen Levitt, Edward Mapplethorpe, Andrew Moore, Julia Peirone, Max Regenberg, Richard Rothman, Anne Schwalbe, Tomio Seike, Matt Siber, Raghubir Singh, Carl Strüwe, Brian Ulrich, Donata Wenders, Silvio Wolf, Lothar Wolleh, Thomas Wrede, Hanns Zischler
|Galerie Johannes Faber
||Galerie Johannes Faber
||We specialize in Austrian and Czech as well as American and European classic modern photographs. Ansel Adams, Dick Arentz, Cecil Beaton, Lou Bonin-Tchimoukoff, Bill Brandt, Brassai, Keith Carter, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Doisneau, Frantisek Drtikol, William Eggleston, Trude Fleischmann, Robert Frank, Ernst Haas, Philippe Halsman, André Kertész, Rudolf Koppitz, Heinrich Kühn, Otto Steinert, Josef Sudek, Edward Weston
||Gallery Lefebvre opened in March 2000. The gallery specializes in 20th-century French decorative arts with an emphasis on the Art Deco period. The gallery deals in all areas of decorative arts: furniture, sculpture, painting, drawing, tapestry, ceramics, Laure Albin-Guillot , Frantisek Drtikol , Rémy Duval , Jaromir Funke , François Kollar , Germaine Krull , Jacques-Henri Lartigue , Dora Maar, Roger Parry , Rogi-André , Jaroslav Rosslër , Albert Rudomine , Roger Schall , Josef Sudek, Josef Vétrovsky , Ter
||European and American vintage photographs from the 19th and 20th century. 19TH CENTURY, Baldus, Bisson Frères, Jean-Baptiste Frénet, Le Gray, Nègre,
20TH CENTURY, Abbott, Atget, Blanc & Demilly, Boubat, Brassaï, Cartier-Bresson, Doisneau, Drtikol, Giacomelli, Guérard, Holics, William Klein, Koppitz, Lartigue, Moholy-Nagy, Moriyama,
Piasecki, Ronis, Shiihara, Sudek, Tabard
21st CENTURY, Anne Lefèbvre, Sean Kernan, Ryuijie, Yutaka Yamamoto
|G. Gibson Gallery
||The G. Gibson Gallery opened in Seattle, Washington, in August 1991. The gallery exhibits contemporary painting, sculpture, and works on paper, and continues an emphasis on mid-20th-century and contemporary fine art photography. We are also members of the Seattle Art Dealer's Association + ArtTable. Hector Acebes, Ansel Adams, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Ruth Bernhard, Julie Blackmon, Karl Blossfeldt, Bill Brandt, Camera Work editions, Linda Connor, Imogen Cunningham, John Divola, Walker Evans, Eirik Johnson, Yousuf Karsh, Michael Kenna, Andre Kertesz, Doug Keyes, Jacques-Henri Lartigue, Helen Levitt, Duane Michals, Richard Misrach, Andrea Modica, Wright Morris, Lori Nix, Marion Post Wolcott, Aaron Siskind, Edward Steichen, Alfred Stieglitz, JoAnn Verburg, Brett Weston
||Gitterman Gallery is committed to presenting great art in photography. We have more than 20 years of experience in the field and specialize in connoisseur-level photographs. In addition to representing artists, estates, and private collections, we maintain an inventory of selective work that spans the history of the medium in a full range of styles and periods. We have fine examples of work by established artists, and we also champion artists that have been overlooked by the history of the mediu Roswell Angier
Debbie Fleming Caffery
Arthur Wesley Dow
T. Lux Feininger
Gerard Petrus Fieret
|Howard Greenberg Gallery
||The gallery specializes in classic and contemporary photography with an emphasis on photojournalism (FSA, Magnum, Photo League, Civil Rights); New York School; European and American Modernism (1920-40); fashion; The Photo Secession (Camerawork). Berenice Abbott, Margaret Bourke-White, Frédéric Brenner, Bill Burke, Edward Burtynsky, Bruce Davidson, Mike Disfarmer, William Gedney, Allen Ginsberg, Frank Gohlke, David Goldblatt, Dave Heath, Eikoh Hosoe, Kenro Izu, André Kertész, William Klein, Jacques Henri Lartigue, Arthur Leipzig, Saul Leiter, Rebecca Lepkoff, Leon Levinstein, George Platt Lynes, Vivian Maier, Joel Meyerowitz, Sarah Moon, Martin Munkacsi, Arnold Newman, Ruth Orkin, Gordon Parks, Marc Riboud, Peter Sekaer, Aaron Siskind, W
|Galerie Karsten Greve
||Galerie Karsten Greve is a leading gallery for postwar and contemporary art with locations in Cologne, Paris and St. Moritz.
Karsten Greve opened the first of his own galleries in 1973 in Cologne, debuting with a solo exhibition by Yves Klein. He opened his other European galleries in Paris in 1989 and in St. Moritz in 1999.
During more than 40 successful years as an international art dealer, Karsten Greve contributed significantly to the worldwide recognition of artists like Louise Bourgeois, Josef Albers
Willem De Kooning
|Grundemark Nilsson Gallery
||Grundemark Nilsson Gallery is a private owned gallery showing classic as well as contemporary photography. We present 5 - 6 exhibitions a year at each venue, Stockholm and Berlin, all documented in an annual catalogue. We have made it our mission to establish an effective platform for a selection of photo-based artists, to giving them the opportunity to present their work to an international audience. The regular participation in international art fairs is an important component to attaining thi Christer Strömholm
Henrik Isakssson Garnell
Inka and Niclas
Martina Hoogland Ivanow
|HackelBury Fine Art Limited
||Representing a small stable of leading international artists, with a focus on photography as it inspires and informs contemporary art practice. Bill Armstrong, Pierre Cordier, Stephen Inggs, The Estate of Pascal Kern, William Klein, Katia Liebmann, Ian McKeever, Garry Fabian Miller, Malick Sidibe, Doug + Mike Starn
|The Halsted Gallery
||Established in 1969, The Halsted Gallery is dedicated to the education and promotion of fine art photography. The gallery maintains an inventory of 19th and 20th century as well as contemporary photography. Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams, Jesse Alexander, H&B Becher, Ruth Bernhard, Bill Brandt, Adolphe Braun, A. M. Bravo, Wynn Bullock, Boubat, Julia Margaret Cameron, Robert Capa, Paul Caponigro, Henri Cartier-Bresson, A. L. Coburn, Imogen Cunningham, Camera Work, Robert Capa, Paul Caponigro, Mike Disfarmer, Robert Doisneau, Franstisek Driticol, Harold Edgerton, FH Evans, Walker Evans, Alexander Gardner, William Garnett, Arnold Genthe, John Gutman, Philippe Halsmann, Hill and Adamson, Lewis Hine, Hor
|Charles A. Hartman Fine Art
||Charles A. Hartman Fine Art presents contemporary and modern art that examines our world through subtle narratives. Since 1996, founder and director Charles A. Hartman has provided collectors with specialized access to fine art that reflects his consistently discerning lens. Creating a platform for both regional and international artists, the gallery advances aesthetics that are agile, historically relevant and uncompromising in quality. Representing: Holly Andres, Emi Anrakuji, Corey Arnold, Jeffrey Conley, Mark Klett, Jason Langer, Raymond Meeks, Daido Moriyama, Scott Peterman, Mark Steinmetz, Joseph Sterling, Issei Suda, Kazuumi Takahashi
Works by: Ansel Adams, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Harry Callahan, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Frantisek Drtikol, John Gutmann, Dave Heath, Lewis Hine, Eikoh Hosoe, Yasuhiro Ishimoto, Kenneth Josephson, Michael Kenna, Andre Kertesz, Herman Leonard, Danny Lyon, Mary Ellen Mark, Wayne Miller, Irving Pen
|Paul M. Hertzmann, Inc.
||American & European Modernism, Photo-Secession, F/64, the American West Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams, Eugene Atget, Ruth Bernhard, Ilse Bing, Margaret Bourke-White, Bill Brandt, Brassai, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Anne Brigman, Francis Bruguiere, Wynn Bullock, Harry Callahan, Henri Cartier-Bresson, John Collins, Imogen Cunningham, William Dassonville, Ei-Q, Frederick Evans, Walker Evans, Gerard Fieret, Robert Frank, Jaromir Funke, Hector Garcia, George Gardner, William Garnett, Arnold Genthe, Laura Gilpin, Johan Hagemeyer, Phillipe Halsman, Robert Heinecken, Lewis Hine
|Michael Hoppen Gallery
||Fine 19th and 20th century vintage photography and 21st century photographic art: The Michael Hoppen Gallery was founded in 1992 at 3 Jubilee Place in the heart of Chelsea, London. Michael Hoppen Contemporary followed in 2000, creating one of Europe's largest collections of photography. Nobuyoshi Araki, Jeff Bark, Peter Beard, Bruce Bernard, Guy Bourdin, Bill Brandt, Brassaï, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Manuel Alvares Bravo, Alejandro Chaskielberg, Horacio Coppola, John Davies, John Deakin, Robert Doisneau, Dr. Harold Edgerton, Lucas Foglia, Fernand Fonssagrives, Hiroshi Hamaya, Masahisa Fukase, Hisaji Hara, Lucien Hervé, Scarlett Hooft-Graafland, Eikoh Hosoe, Kati Horna, Miyako Ishiuchi, Tiina Itkonen, Charles Jones, Colin Jones, Kikuji Kawada, William Klein, Koichiro Kurita, Jacqu
|Edwynn Houk Gallery
|| Lillian Bassman, Valérie Belin, Estate of Ilse Bing, Estate of Bill Brandt, Nick Brandt, Estate of Brassai, Sebastiaan Bremer, Harry Callahan, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Elinor Carucci, Lynn Davis, Michael Eastman, Elliott Erwitt, Lalla Essaydi, Walker Evans, Sissi Farassat , Robert Frank, Gail Albert Halaban, André Kertész, Mona Kuhn, Danny Lyon, Sally Mann, Abelardo Morell, Vik Muniz, Cathleen Naundorf, Robert Polidori, Herb Ritts, August Sander, Victor Schrager, Alfred Stieglitz, Stephen Shore, E
||James Hyman Gallery is one of the leading specialists in Nineteenth and Twentieth-century vintage photography, based in London. We hold a substantial inventory of rare vintage photographs from the early days of British and French photography, through European and American Modernism, and on to the present. The gallery also specialise in British Photography and represent many of the most important photographers, especially those engaged in forms of subjective or contemporary documentary practice. John Blakemore
Gustave Le Gray
Calvert Richard Jones
Eugene Le Dien and Gustave Le Gray
Lois Remy Robert
Alfred Stieglietz & Clarence White
Henri Jean-Louis Le Secq
|Hyperion Press Ltd.
|| Dieter Appelt, Eugene Atget, Richard Avedon, To, Hans Bellmer, Edouard Boubat, Bragaglia Brothers, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Doisneau, Walker Evans, Louis Faurer, Ralph Gibson, Horst P. Horst, George Hoyningen-Huene, André Kertész , William Klein, Jacques-Henri Lartigue, Jan Lukas, Danny Lyon, Man Ray, Rene-Jacques, Willy Ronis, Maurice Tabard, Qin Wen, Gary Winogrand
|Charles Isaacs Photographs, Inc.
||Since 1980, Charles Isaacs Photographs has specialized in vintage prints of the 19th and 20th centuries. We also represent Jem Southam and William Larson. Eugene Atget, Charles Aubry, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Edouard Baldus, Henri Bechard, Bill Brandt, Brassai, Adolphe Braun, Julia Margaret Cameron, Civil War, Imogen Cunningham, Alphonse Delaunay, Frederick Evans, Roger Fenton, Giraudon's Artist, J.B. Greene, Hill & Adamson, Daguerreotypes, William H. Jackson, André Kertesz, Heinrich Kuhn, William Larson, Gustave Le Gray, Etienne-Jules Marey, Eadweard Muybridge, Charles Negre, Timothy O'Sullivan, Albert Renger-Patzsch, Auguste Salzmann, Jem Southam,
|Jackson Fine Art
||Jackson Fine Art
|| Christopher Bucklow, Henri Cartier-Bresson, William Christenberry, Bruce Davidson, Mitch Epstein, Elliott Erwitt, Lalla Essaydi, Jody Fausett, Tierney Gearon, George Georgiou, David Hilliard, Michael Kenna, William Klein, Mona Kuhn, Saul Leiter, Sally Man
|K. & J. Jacobson
||Great Bardfield, Essex
||K. & J. Jacobson are dealers and sometime historians of early photography. Their aesthetic preference is for imagery of a documentary nature taken with a lack of artistic self-consciousness. Many such images exhibit a compositional style that is today associated with modernism. Fratelli Alinari, Thomas Annan, Felice Beato, Maison Béchard, Bisson Frères, Felix Bonfils, Samuel Bourne, Adolphe Braun, Maxime Du Camp, C. Simelli, Robert Crawshay, Lala Deen Dayal, Joel Whitney, A. Sachtler, l.-E. Durandelle, E. Baldus, Woodbury & Page, J..C. White
|Jenkins Johnson Gallery
|| Omar Victor Diop, Lalla Essaydi, Tim Etchells, Julia Fullerton-Batten, Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle, Courtney Johnson, Rin Johnson, Adia Millett, Polixeni Papapetrou, Gordon Parks, Melanie Pullen, Timotheus Tomicek
|Steven Kasher Gallery
||Steven Kasher Gallery specializes in fine art photography, contemporary and vintage. The gallery works with important photographers and major photographic archives such as the National Geographic Society, the New York Times, and the Associated Press. A-Chan
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Fred W. McDarrah
||Since 1974 Kicken Berlin has specialized in 19th and 20th century and contemporary photography. Since its foundation the gallery has explored the relationship between photography and the other arts in over 220 exhibitions. Today the gallery is still guided by the mission of its founder, Rudolf Kicken (1947-2014): to convey to an international audience the importance of photography as an art form and, above all, as a visual adventure. Bauhaus, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Sibylle Bergemann, Karl Blossfeldt, Erwin Blumenfeld, Joachim Brohm, Goetz Diergarten, Frantisek Drtikol, Ed van der Elsken, fotoform, Arno Fischer, Janos Frecot, Charles Fréger,Jaromir Funke, Jitka Hanzlová, Rudolf Koppitz, Helmar Lerski, Man Ray, Werner Mantz, László Moholy-Nagy, Arnold Newman, Helga Paris, Albert Renger-Patzsch, Jaroslav Rössler, August Sander, Hans-Christian Schink, Alfred Seiland, Otto Steinert, Christer Strömholm, Josef Sudek, Ed van der Els
|Robert Klein Gallery
||AIPAD 2016, Booth #110
The Robert Klein Gallery was established in 1980 and ranks among the world's most prestigious showrooms of fine art photography. With over forty combined years of experience and a profound knowledge base, the gallery staff is committed to serving as a resource for both novice and seasoned collectors. 19TH CENTURY: Edouard-Denis Baldus, J. B. Greene, Eadweard Muybridge, Charles Negre, Carleton E. Watkins, 20TH CENTURY: Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams, Jesse Alexander, Diane Arbus, Eugéne Atget, Bill Brandt, Brassaï, Harry Callahan, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Carl Chiarenza, Mark Cohen, Bruce Davidson, Elliott Erwitt, Walker Evans, Franco Fontana, Mario Giacomelli, Ralph Gibson, Lewis Wickes Hine, Horst P. Horst, Yousuf Karsh, Helen Levitt, Irving Penn, Aaron Siskind, Edward Steichen, Alfred Stieglit
||The Klompching Gallery was established in Dumbo, Brooklyn in September 2007. Owned and operated by Debra Klomp Ching and Darren Ching, the gallery quickly established itself as a gallery with an extraordinary roster of artists from which to purchase some of the best examples of contemporary photography—with exhibition reviews in publications such as The New Yorker, Art Review, Modern Painters, New York magazine and the Wall Street Journal, as well as numerous notable cultural websites.
Since it Cara Barer, Rita Bernstein,Tessa Bunney, Manuel Cosentino, Antony Crossfield, Elaine Duigenan, Odette England, Max de Esteban, William Greiner, Cornelia Hediger, Matthew-Robert Hughes, Doug Keyes, Emma Livingston, Sarah Lynch, William Miller, Brad Moore, Robert Moran, Jim Naughten, Lisa M. Robinson, Ken Rosenthal, Helen Sear, Lynn Silverman, Vojtech V. Slama, Jennifer Thoreson, David Trautrimas, Richard Tuschman, Frederic Weber.
|Alan Klotz Gallery
||The Alan Klotz Gallery (formerly Photocollect, Inc.) has been a dealer in fine 19th- and 20th-century vintage photography and emerging contemporary work for the past 39 years. During that time, we have sold many important photographs to the finest museums and private and corporate collections from New York to Tokyo, Sydney, and Hong Kong. We travel extensively to buy as well as to sell, and at home, we hold collector seminars to attract and encourage new collectors. We also act as appraisers, au CONTEMPORARY, José Ramón Bas, Paul Bobko, Valera & Natasha Cherkashin, Carl Chiarenza, Amy Finkelstein, Alida Fish, Terri Garland, Alan Henriksen, Bob Kolbrener, Corinne Mercadier, Denny Moers, Melissa Ann Pinney, Andrzej Pluta, Robert Richfield, Elliot Ross, Takeshi Shikama, Jan Staller, Andrew K. Thompson, Jonathan Torgovnik, Harry Wilks
20TH CENTURY, Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams, Eugène Atget, Margaret Bourke-White, Brassaï, Harry Callahan, Camera Work, Robert Capa, Edward S. Curtis, Czech P
|Robert Koch Gallery
Édouard Baldus, Felice Beato, Julia Margaret Cameron, Lewis Carroll, Désiré Charnay, Francis Frith, John B. Greene, Gustave Le Gray, Henri Le Secq, Charles Marville, Eadweard Muybridge, William Henry Fox Talbot, Adolphe Terris, Linnaeus Tripe, Carleton Watkins
Ansel Adams, Eugène Atget, Anton Giulio Bragaglia, Brassaï, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Ferenc Csík, Imogen Cunningham, František Drtikol, Dr. Harold Edgerton, Jaromír Funke, Mario Giacomelli, Robert Heinecken, Florence H
|| Ben Altman, Alejandro Cartagena, Kevin Cooley, Mitch Dobrowner, Steve Fitch, J Bennett Fitts, David Fokos, Andy Freeberg, Cig Harvey, Sant Khalsa, Kahn & Selesnick, Katrin Korfmann, Michael Lange, Simone Lueck, Blake Little, Jeffrey Milstein, Brittany Nelson, Lukas Roth, Kai Schaefer, Kerry Skarbakka, Tabitha Soren, Marta Soul, Matthew Swarts, Richard Tuschman, Giorgia Valli, Hiroshi Watanabe and others
|Hans P. Kraus Jr. Inc.
||Hans P. Kraus Jr. Inc., established in New York in 1984, is a dealer in nineteenth and early twentieth century photographs. Also a member of ADAA, the gallery participates in The Art Show (ADAA), TEFAF Maastricht, Frieze Masters, Paris Photo, and publishes catalogues under the series title "Sun Pictures." Eugène Atget, Anna Atkins, Charles Aubry, Edouard Baldus, Hippolyte Bayard, Bisson Frères, Adolphe Braun, Julia Margaret Cameron, Giacomo Caneva, Lewis Carroll, Alvin Langdon Coburn, Henri Courmont, Adalbert Cuvelier, Eugène Cuvelier, Edgar Degas, Georges Demenÿ, V. Dijon, Duchenne de Boulogne, Louis-Emile Durandelle, Frederick H. Evans, Roger Fenton, Hippolyte Fizeau, Joseph-Philibert Girault de Prangey, André Giroux. John Beasley Greene, Hill and Adamson, Reverend Calvert Jones, Heinrich Kuehn
|Joerg Maass Kunsthandel
||Established in 1987, Jörg Maass Kunsthandel specializes in art from the classical modern period, as well as twentieth century photography.
Both works on paper and photography are the core emphasis of the gallery. Main focuses in photography are: European avant-garde photography of the 1920s and 30s, German “Subjektive Fotografie” of the 1950s, aspects of American photography from the 1940s to present as well as special positions of European Contemporary Photography. Berenice Abbott; Robert Adams; Diane Arbus; Ilse Bing; Bill Brandt; Brassa?; Harry Callahan; Bruce Davidson; William Eggleston; Andreas Feininger; Lyonel Feininger; Robert Frank; Heinz Hajek-Halke; Lotte Jacobi; Charles Johnstone; Peter Keetman; Germaine Krull; André Kertész; Annie Leibovitz; Helen Levitt; Esko Männikkö; Helmut Newton; Robert Polidori; Tata Ronkholz; Toni Schneiders; Erasmus Schröter; Alec Soth; Otto Steinert; Weegee; Gary Winogrand; Sasha Stone and others
||gallery baudoin lebon is going to receive his 40 years anniversary. Even thought the public regards the gallery as expert in photography, gallery baudoin lebon is interested in painting, drawing, sculpture, as well as installations. It is true that photography, as representative medium of the modern era, embodies what Baudoin Lebon is.
Baudoin Lebon is enthusiastic in priority about the promotion, as this of artists, artwork, or technics.
The artists represented in the gallery center on fou Patrick Bailly-Maître-Grand
Charles Christopher Hill
Ayana V. Jackson
Kim Tschang Yeul
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|Josef Lebovic Gallery
||Dealers in works on paper from 15th to 21st century and photography from 19th and 21st century.
|| Berenice Abbott, Robert Adams, Robert Adamson, Eugene Atget, Edouard Baldus, Lewis Baltz, George Barnard, Ilse Bing, Bisson Freres, Margaret Bourke-White, Bill Brandt , Harry Callahan, Julia Margaret Cameron, Alvin Langdon Coburn, Eugene Cuvelier, William Dassonville, Joe Deal, Robert Demachy, Pierre Dubreuil, Peter Henry Emerson, Frederick H. Evans, Walker Evans, Roger Fenton, Robert Frank, Alexander Gardner, J. B. Greene, David Octavius Hill, Lewis Hine, Gertrude Kasebier, Heinrich Kuhn, Dorot
|Galerie Les Filles Du Calvaire
||Inaugurated in Paris in 1996, the gallery presents contemporay arts. It marked its commitment towards contemporary photography with over half the artists represented being photographers. Antoine d’Agata
Paola de Pietri
||Creative integrity and the highest level of craftsmanship make up the core of Lumina Gallery. We are passionate about promoting contemporary photography through exhibiting international artists and working closely with private collections and buyers. We represent artists who are deeply committed to the photographic image, and its potential to expand the boundaries of contemporary art.
In 2017 the gallery changed identity from PUG OSLO to Lumina Gallery. PUG OSLO had its roots in presenting ex AlbarranCabrera, Jacob Fällander, Elin Høyland, Camilla Jensen, Miho Kajioka, Sally Mann, Arno Minkkinen, Sandro Miller, Matthias Olmeta, Luis González Palma, Albert Watson, Joel Peter Witkin,
||M+B originally set out to discover and expose the work of emerging and established artists while engaging with the ever-evolving nature of photography and its reconsideration as a medium. Embracing a young medium at a critical time led the gallery to expand its program working with artists across a range of mediums.
We continue to promote artists invested in breaking down and reducing the photographic medium to its most basic elements. At the same we engage with artists who address issues of di Matthew Brandt, Ellen Carey, Phil Chang, Jessica Eaton, Whitney Hubbs, Dwyer Kilcollin, Anthony Lepore, Matthew Porter, Alex Prager, Nathaniel Mary Quinn, Jon Rafman, Mariah Robertson, Jesse Stecklow, Hannah Whitaker
|M97 Gallery (Shanghai)
||M97 Gallery is an independent photographic art gallery on Moganshan Road in central Shanghai. Established in 2006, M97 represents a range of important Chinese and international emerging and established artists. M97 is dedicated to promoting the understanding and appreciation for the art of photography in China. Visit www.M97Gallery.com for more information.
M97 Gallery is proud to announce the opening of a new location in the Former French Concession, M97 Project Space. After eight years in th Adou
James Whitlow Delano
Robert van der Hilst
||Specializing in masterworks and experiments. Individual works and collections bought and sold. Inquiries welcomed. Ansel Adams, Anna Atkins, Edouard Baldus, Canstantin Brancusi, Christo, Alvin Langdon Coburn, Eugene Cuvelier, F. Holland Day, Peter Henry Emerson, F. H. Evans, Hippolyte Fizeau, Francis Frith, J. B. Greene, Nicholaa
|Robert Mann Gallery
||Founded in 1985, Robert Mann Gallery is one of the preeminent photography galleries in the world. Through a diverse roster that highlights both a prominent group of contemporary artists and an outstanding collection of twentieth-century masters, our program interrogates the role of photographic medium?to capture or invent, purify or distort, and to take on new identities?while celebrating its unique history. Ansel Adams, Holly Andres, Diane Arbus, The Estate of Ellen Auerbach, Julie Blackmon, Jeff Brouws, Harry Callahan, The Estate of Joe Deal, Wijnanda Deroo, Walker Evans, Richard Finkelstein, Robbert Flick, Robert Frank, Mario Giacomelli,
The Estate of Leslie Gill, Elijah Gowin, Cig Harvey, The Estate of Elisabeth Hase, Chip Hooper, Michael Kenna, Michiko Kon, Maroesjka Lavigne, The Estate of Herman Leonard, O. Winston Link, Richard Misrach, Lisette Model, The Estate of Artur Nikodem, Susan Rankai
|Lee Marks Fine Art
||Marks Fine Art
||Lee Marks Fine Art, established in New York City in 1981, is now located near Indianapolis. As a private dealer, LMFA represents a small stable of recognized international photographers, advises collectors on the acquisition of historical photographs, and periodically guest-curates exhibitions. REPRESENTING, Gen Aihara, Jeffrey Becom, Andrew Borowiec, Wendy Burton, Mariana Cook, Jen Davis, Lucinda Devlin, Nina Korhonen, Mike Smith, Martin Usborne
|McNamara Gallery Photography
||McNamara Gallery Photography opened January 25, 2002, and exhibits New Zealand and selected Pacific Rim photographically-based art. We are dedicated to exhibiting and promoting the medium, and exploring the range of practice. Laurence Aberhart , Mark Adams , Fiona Amundsen , Wayne Barrar , Janet Bayly, Alan Bekhuis, Peter Black, Gary Blackman, Rhondda Bosworth, Frank Breuer, Murray Cammick, Elaine Campaner, Joyce Campbell, Ben Cauchi, et al, as per website 'Artists' page.
||Founded in 1997, the gallery represents both young and established artists from diverse generations, ranging from the 1970s to the present. We also represent the estates of Japanese modernist photographs who lead photo avant-garde movement in the 1930s. Ken Kitano
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|Nicholas Metivier Gallery
|Laurence Miller Gallery
||Since opening in 1984 the Laurence Miller Gallery has concentrated on the exhibition and sale of museum-quality contemporary and vintage fine art photography. We specialize in American and European photography since 1940, Asian photography since 1950, and contemporary photo-based art. We assist museums and private collectors in acquisitions, deacquisitions, and exhibitions. Michael Becotte, Peter Bialobrzeski, Will Brown, Larry Burrows, Luca Campigotto, Denis Darzacq, Miguel Angel Garcia, David Graham, Fred Herzog, Helen Levitt, Julie Mack, Roger Mertin, Ray K. Metzker, DoDo Jin Ming, Eadweard Muybridge, Christopher Rauschenberg, Simone Rosenbauer, Toshio Shibata, Kazuo Sumida, Bruce Wrighton
|Yossi Milo Gallery
||Established in 2000, Yossi Milo Gallery is a contemporary art gallery focused on the representation of artists specializing in photo-based art, video and works on paper. In January 2012, Yossi Milo Gallery moved to its new, ground-floor space located at 245 Tenth Avenue between 24th and 25th Streets in New York’s Chelsea district. Matthew Brandt, Marco Breuer, Mike Brodie, Markus Brunetti, John Chiara, David Goldes, Tim Hetherington, Pieter Hugo, Simen Johan, Myoung Ho Lee, Sze Tsung Leong, Loretta Lux, Chris McCaw, Takuma Nakahira, Muzi Quawson, Doug Rickard, Meghann Riepenhoff, Alison Rossiter, Mark Ruwedel, Alessandra Sanguinetti, Lise Sarfati, Yoon Ji Seon, Assaf Shaham, Jacob Aue Sobol, Ezra Stoller, Lorenzo Vitturi, Nevet Yitzhak, Kohei Yoshiyuki
|Monroe Gallery of Photography
||Monroe Gallery of Photography specializes in classic black-and-white photography with an emphasis on humanist and photojournalist imagery. The gallery features work by more than 75 renowned photographers and also represents a select group of contemporary photographers. Eddie Adams, Sid Avery, Nina Berman, Margaret Bourke-White, Cornell Capa, Robert Capa, Vivian Cherry, Whitney Curtis, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Bill Eppridge, Andreas Feininger, Ernst Haas, Yale Joel, Bob Gomel, Yuri Kozyrev, Neil Leifer, John Loengard, LIFE Magazine Photographers, Spider Martin, Joe McNally, Charles Moore, Carl Mydans, Bill Ray, Ken Regan, Verner Reed, Amalie R. Rothschild, Steve Schapiro, Mark Shaw, Art Shay, Shepard Sherbell, Eric Smith, Tony Vaccaro, Grey Villet, Leigh Weiner, Jef
|DC Moore Gallery
|| Eric Aho
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|Richard Moore Photographs
||Richard Moore Photographs, founded in 2000, is a private dealer of photographs, primarily vintage works by 19th and 20th century American photographers. Specialties include California photography, The Photo-Secession, Group f/64, Farm Security Administration (FSA) photographers, Social Documentary photography and Photo-journalism. Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams, Wilson Bentley, Margaret Bourke-White, Anne Brigman, Francis Bruguiere, Walter Chappell, Alvin Langdon Coburn, Francois Szalay Colos, Edward S. Curtis, William E. Dassonville, Roy DeCarava, Jack Delano, Morris Engel, Frank Eugene, Frederick H. Evans, Walker Evans, William Garnett, Johan Hagemeyer, Lewis Hine, Frances B. Johnston, Gertrude Kasebier, Chester Kessler, Dorothea Lange, Clarence John Laughlin, Russell Lee, Helen Levitt, Margrethe Mather, Baron Adolph de
|Robert Morat Galerie
||Robert Morat Gallery in Berlin and Hamburg, Germany, focusses on new positions in contemporary photography and photography of the 20th century, showing alternating exhibitions by represented artists. Jessica Backhaus, Peter Bialobrzeski, Joakim Eskildsen, Peter Granser, Ron Jude, Mårten Lange, Christian Patterson, Andrew Phelps, Richard Renaldi, Simon Roberts, Hans Christian Schink, Andy Sewell, Bertien van Manen, Robert Voit
|Scott Nichols Gallery
||The Scott Nichols Gallery is a fine art photography gallery located in downtown San Francisco and opened in 1992. The gallery shows a combination of established, emerging, and contemporary photographers. Scott Nichols became a private dealer in 1980. The gallery houses one of the largest collections of classic California photographers and the f/64 tradition. Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams, Kiichi Asano, Morley Baer, Bruce Bellas (Bruce of LA), Ruth Bernhard, Anne Brigman, Horace Bristol, Wynn Bullock, Harry Callahan, Paul Caponigro, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Ron Church, Imogen Cunningham, Edward S. Curtis, Judy Dater, Robert Dawson, Monica Denevan, Dr. Harold Edgerton, Walker Evans, William Garnett, John Goodman, Chester Higgins, Joseph Holmes, Rolfe Horn, Niniane Kelley, Gyorgy Kepes, André Kertész, Vilem Kriz, Mona Kuhn, Koichiro Kurita, Dorothea Lange
||Obscura Gallery, based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is founded on our passion for photography which is deeply rooted in the history of the medium. Obscura Gallery encourages the ways in which contemporary artists are using photography to create unique additions to the history of photography.
The artists at Obscura Gallery are each representing photography in a new, unique way, sometimes taking from or adding to many of the 19th and 20th century photographic processes that the medium was founded on. Susan Burnstine ? Los Angeles, CA
Debbie Fleming Caffery ? Lafayette, LA
Brigitte Carnochan ? Portola Valley, CA
Cy DeCosse ? Minneapolis, MN
Neil Folberg ? Jerusalem, Israel
Coco Fronsac ? Paris, France
Louviere + Vanessa ? New Orleans, LA
Kurt Markus ? Santa Fe, NM
Norman Mauskopf ? Santa Fe, NM
Beth Moon ? New York, NY
Caitlyn Soldan ? Santa Fe, NM
Aline Smithson ? Los Angeles, CA
Keith Taylor ? Minneapolis, MN
Curtis Werhfritz ? Toronto, Canada
||OP is a gallery and publishing house specialized on high quality photo books. Our two emphases are Japanese photography and classic b/w photography from the 50s/60s as well from Europe as the US. We publish about 4 books per year in two different series. S. Duroy, F. Eigen, K. Josephson, Osamu KANEMURA, Kazuo KITAI, V. Kolar, Ray Metzker, Kosuke OKAHARA, W. Schuermann, G. Smoliansky, J. Sterling, Issei SUDA, Yutaka TAKANASHI, Shomei TOMATSU, B. Wrighton, Shin YANAGISAWA
|| Adou, Diane Arbus, Richard Benson, David Byrne, Harry Callahan, William Christenberry, Chuck Close, Walker Evans, Robert Frank, Lee Friedlander, Jim Goldberg, David Goldblatt, Emmet Gowin, Paul Graham, Hai Bo, Hiro, Peter Hujar, Mark Klett, Josef Koudelka, Jocelyn Lee, Boris Mikhailov, Richard Misrach, Nicholas Nixon, Tod Papageorge, Irving Penn, Robert Rauschenberg, Paolo Roversi, Michal Rovner, Lucas Samaras, Fazal Sheikh, Kiki Smith, Frederick Sommer, Alfred Stieglitz, Hiroshi Sugimoto, John
||Brescia - Porto Cervo (second location)
||Paci contemporary was founded in 2004. The works exhibited during the past years
unveil the preference towards photography as the main field of investigation within visual arts.
The artists are represented by the gallery for Italy, Europe or for the World. From 2014 the gallery owns a second location in Porto Cervo. Rommert Boonstra, Phil Borges, Nicola Civiero, Clark & Pougnaud, Mario Cravo Neto, Bernard Faucon, Ralph Gibson, Teun Hocks, Leslie Krims, Michal Macku, Lori Nix, Eric Rondepierre, Sandy Skoglund, Maggie Taylor, Arthur Tress, Jerry Uelsmann, Grace Weston, Mei Xian Qiu
|L. Parker Stephenson Photographs
||L. Parker Stephenson Photographs is a gallery specializing in avant-garde and classic photographs of the 20th century. The Gallery also works with a select number of contemporary artists and estates from the United States, Europe, and Japan.
The current exhibit on view is Window Dressing . . . Continued, a group exhibition of vintage and later prints by master 20th century photographers. The presentation explores the myriad ways in which photographers have used the surface and frame of the wind Eugene Atget, John Cohen*, Disfarmer, William Gedney, Scott Hammond*, ,Izis, Kikuji Kawada*, Seydou Keita, Chris Killip, Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen*, Leon Levinstein, Lisette Model, Ray Mortenson*, J. D. 'Okhai Ojeikere, Gilles Peress, Marc Riboud, Sherril Schell, Osamu Shiihara, Malick Sidibe, W. Eugene Smith, Jacques Sonck*, Otto Steinert, Paul Strand, Issei Suda, Shoji Ueda, Umbo (Otto Umbehr), Jan Yoors*
||Established in Dallas, Texas, in 1995. Twentieth century and contemporary photography by American, Latin American, Asian, and European artists. (Originally, PHOTOGRAPHS DO NOT BEND.) REPRESENTING:
John Albok Estate, Jesse Alexander, Stuart Allen, Peter Brown, Keith Carter, Esteban Pastorino Díaz, Robert Erickson Estate, David Graham, William Greiner, Kevin Horan, Earlie Hudnall, Jr., David Johndrow, Jimmy & Dena Katz, Michael Kenna, Geof Kern, Ida Lansky Estate, Chema Madoz, Delilah Montoya, Nickolas Muray Estate, Bill Owens, Jack Ridley, Al Satterwhite, Don Schol, Jeffrey Silverthorne, Vojt?ch V. Sláma , Chris Verene, Teun Voeten, Bunny Yeager Estate
ADDITIONAL WORKS BY
||PGI specializes in 20th century, Post-war japanese Photography and contemporary photography.
Photography captures not only fragments of life but also a universal reality, which transcends time and place. Since opening in 1979, we have served as a place that people visit to look at actual prints in person. It has continuously introduced works by both domestic and foreign artists whose works are representative of their era. Ansel Adams / Robert Adams / Wynn Bullock / Harry Callahan / Linda Connor / Imogen Cunningham / Elijah Gowin / Emmet Gowin / Jan Groover / Naohisa Hara / Eiko Hosoe / Yasuhiro Ishimoto / Yoshihiko Ito / Kikuji Kawada / Michiko Kon / Hiroji Kubota / O’Winston Link / Sally Mann/ Kozo Miyoshi / Ikko Narahara / Philippe Pache / Olivia Parker / Willy Ronis / Paolo Roversi / Pentti Sammallahti / Shintaro Sato / Tomio Seike / Aaron Siskind / Mamoru Sugiyama / George Tice / Edward Weston / Kiyoshi Yagi
|Bernard Quaritch Ltd.
||Bernard Quaritch Ltd. is an Antiquarian Bookseller established in 1847. We highlight the photographic process in works by recognised masters and lesser-known or anonymous photographers with an emphasis on British photographers. We also publish books on early photography and sell photobooks. James Craig Annan, Thomas Annan, Afong Studio, Anonymous photographers, Edouard Baldus, Bechard Studio, Antoine Henri Becquerel, John Blakemore, Bonfils Studio, Samuel Bourne, Bill Brandt, Julia Margaret Cameron, Francis Chit, Alvin Langdon Coburn, Frederick Henry Evans, John Everard, Roger Fenton, William Henry Fox Talbot, Francis Frith, J.-P. Girault de Prangey, William Grundy, D. O Hill & R. Adamson, John Dudley Johnston, Ida Kar, Chris Killip, Roger Mayne, Raymond Moore, Man Ray, Theodore Ro
|Yancey Richardson Gallery
|| Lewis Baltz, Olivo Barbieri, Mary Ellen Bartley, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Sharon Core, Amy Elkins, Mitch Epstein, Terry Evans, Lynn Geesaman, Bryan Graf, Jitka Hanzlova, David Hilliard, Tom Hunter, Pello Irazu, Jodie Vincenta Jacobson, Kenneth Josephson, Kahn/Selesnick, Yousuf Karsh, Lisa Kereszi, Andre Kertesz, Hiroh Kikai, Masotomo Kuriya, Laura Letinsky, Mary Lum, Alex Maclean, David Maisel, Esko Mannikko, Mary Ellen Mark, Andrew Moore, Zanele Muholi, Mike Perry, Ed Ruscha, Sebastiao Salgado, V
||Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
||Rolf Art, located in Buenos Aires and founded by Florencia Giordana Braun in 2009, focuses on contemporary Latin American visual arts. The gallery features works exploring photographic media and its boundaries. The selection of artists considers pieces with an inextricable union between critical density and aesthetic values, the relationship between formal strategies and conceptual depth is always in conflict. The curatorial profile of the gallery first and foremost challenges the political cont Asseff, Ananké
De la Torre, Milagros
De Zuviría, Facundo
|Julie Saul Gallery
||Julie Saul Gallery specializes in contemporary photo-based art and works on paper by an international roster of established and emerging artists. We opened our first public space in Soho in 1986, and since 2000 we have been located in Chelsea. In addition to photography, we exhibit video, painting, prints and sculpture. We exhibit regularly at art fairs in the United States and abroad including AIPAD and ADAA. In this our thirtieth year we are proud to continue presenting a dynamic program o Richard Artschwager
Elaine Lustig Cohen
Sarah Anne Johnson
Karin Apollonia Müller
|William L. Schaeffer/Photographs
||Established in 1974, William L. Schaeffer/Photographs deals in a wide range of 19th and 20th century photographs and daguerreotypes, with a particular emphasis on vintage works of exceptional visual and physical quality. Additionally we handle powerful examples of press photography. Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams, Fratelli Alinari, Thomas Annan, George N. Barnard, William Bell,Wilson "Snowflake" Bentley, James Wallace Black, Margaret Bourke-White, Bill Brandt, Adolphe Braun, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Wynn Bullock, Harry Callahan, Edward S. Curtis, Eugene Cuvelier, Walker Evans, Farm Security Administration, Roger Fenton, Robert Frank, Arnold Genthe, N. W. Gibbons, Johan Hagemeyer, Ted Hendrickson, Lewis Hine, William Henry Jackson, Gertrude Kasebier, Andre Kertesz, Dorothea Lang
|Scheinbaum & Russek Ltd
||Scheinbaum & Russek, established in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1980, specializes in 20th century vintage and contemporary photography. With our extensive knowledge of the medium and its history, we work closely with clients on collection development, consulting and appraisal.
Exclusive representatives for the Estates of Beaumont and Nancy Newhall and Eliot Porter. Ansel Adams, Michael Berman, Edouard Boubat, Bill Brandt, Brassaï, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Wynn Bullock, Harry Callahan, Camera Work Gravures, Paul Caponigro, Manuel Carrillo, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Walter Chappell, William Clift, John Dugdale, Lynn Geesaman, Laura Gilpin, Kenro Izu, Michael Kenna, André Kertész, Clarence John Laughlin, Beaumont Newhall, Nancy Newhall, Arnold Newman, Luis González Palma, Olivia Parker, Eliot Porter, Sebastião Salgado, Aaron Siskind, Ralph Steiner, Alfred Stieglitz
|Charles Schwartz LTD
||Please visit www.cs-photo.com to view over 1800 photographs. ARTISTS:
Felice A. Beato
Hill & Adamson
William Henry Jackson
Dr. John Murray
W. Eugene Smith
James Thrall Soby
19th & 20th Century African American
19th Century Dog Collection
Japanese Pictorialists &
||Established in 2008, see+ gallery is one of the oldest gallery in Mainland China focussing on Fine Art Photography. Besides promoting and supporting Chinese photographers, it is promoting photography as art medium in China. Through group and solo exhibitions starting with the 19th century and ending with strong perspectives of contemporary photography, see+ gallery has become a leading influence in the art world in China. Arno Minkkinen, Jerry Uelsman, Maggie Taylor, Dr. Dain L. Tasker, Lu Yanpeng, Wei Bi, Zhang Yaxin, Zeng Yicheng, Huang Shaoliang, Jaromir Funke, Jaroslav Rössler, Frantisek Drtikol, Jan Saudek, Ivan Pinkava, Jan Prohibny, Vazlav Jirasek, Tereza Vlckova, Voijta Slama, Miros Svolik, Gabriela Morawetz, Kate Breakey, Ester Vonplon?
||sepia EYE is dedicated to showing a spectrum of modern and contemporary photography and video work from Asia. Established in September 2009 by Esa Epstein, sepia EYE will continue to foster artist development through exhibitions, publications and trade fairs. Atul Bhalla, Martin Brading, Serena Chopra, Sunil Gupta, Minoru Hirata, Miyako Ishiuchi, The Estate of Bhupendra Karia, Sookang Kim, Koichiro Kurita, Jungjin Lee, Annu Palakunnathu Matthew, Derry Moore, Osamu James Nakagawa, Katsumi Omura, Yukio Oyama, Angelika Sher, Pamela Singh, The Estate of Raghubir Singh and Vivan Sundaram.
|Lisa Sette Gallery
||Throughout three trailblazing decades, Lisa Sette has remained committed to discovering and exposing original, intriguing forms of expression. Lisa Sette Gallery exhibits photography, painting, sculpture, installation, and performance pieces from an impressive roster of emerging and established artists, as well as maintaining a clientele of local and international collectors devoted to its founder’s adventurous curatorial vision. Damion Berger, Binh Danh, Gilbert Garcin, Alan Bur Johnson, Kahn/Selesnick, Mark Klett, Luis Molina-Pantin, Matthew Moore, Marie Navarre, Luis Gonzalez Palma, Fiona Pardington, Charlotte Potter, Doug & Mike Starn, Julianne Swartz, James Turrell, William Wegman, Jo Whaley, Masao Yamamoto
|Michael Shapiro Photographs
||A focus on 20th century, classic, vintage, and contemporary, black-and-white photography. Berenice Abbott , Ansel Adams , Sybil Anikeef, Lewis Baltz, Ilse Bing , Margaret Bourke-White , Esther Bubley , Rudy Burckhardt , Harry Callahan , Henri Cartier-Bresson , Imogen Cunningham, Margaret de Patta, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Walker Evans, Ed Feingersh, Robert Frank, Lee Friedlander, Jefferson Hayman, Pirkle Jones, Andre Kertesz, William Klein, Rudolf Koppitz, Dorothea Lange, Jason Langer, Alma Lavenson, Helen Levitt, Richard Misrach, Barbara Morgan, Sonya Noskowiak, Irving Penn, Aaron Sis
|Bruce Silverstein Gallery
||Established in 2001, the Bruce Silverstein Gallery’s principle focus is the representation of an international roster of contemporary artists as well as established artists of great influence. The gallery is committed to discovering, examining, and contextualizing known and unknown artworks by modern masters as well as innovative artists of today. The gallery strives to provide a venue for dialogue across all art forms.
The Bruce Silverstein Gallery’s main location is an exhibition space in REPRESENTING Bernd & Hilla Becher, Erwin Blumenfeld, Constantin Brancusi, Marie Cosindas, Mishka Henner, Todd Hido, Nicolai Howalt, André Kertész, Nathan Lyons, Man Ray, Shinichi Maruyama, Lisette Model, Barbara Morgan, Eileen Neff, Max Neumann, Paul Outerbridge, Larry Silver, Aaron Siskind, Keith A. Smith, Rosalind Fox Solomon, Frederick Sommer, Trine Søndergaard, Brea Souders, Alfred Stieglitz, Zoe Strauss, Penelope Umbrico, Edward Weston, Joel-Peter Witkin, Michael Wolf, John Wood
|Barry Singer Gallery
|| Ansel Adams
Manuel Alvarez Bravo
W. Eugene Smith
|Joel Soroka Gallery
|| Berenice Abbott, John Ahern, Jessie Tarbox Beals, Ilse Bing, Blanc & Demilly, Erwin Blumenfeld, William Dassonville, Bruce Davidson, Frantisek Drtikol, Elliott Erwitt, Samuel Gottscho, Johan Hagemeyer, Gyorgy Kepes, Man Ray, Nicholas Muray, Edward Quigley, Lou Stoumen, Josef Sudek, Jindrich Vanek, Roman Vishniac, Brett Weston, Edward Weston.
Luis Gonzalez Palma
|Sous Les Etoiles Gallery
||Located in SoHo, NY’s historic photo building at 100 Crosby Street, the gallery represents a wide range of emerging and established photographers whose practices include landscape and architectural installation, abstract and concrete photography, experimental mixed media works, and social documentary. Jane Fulton Alt, Ernesto Bazan, Carolle Bénitah, Jean-Michel Berts, Julie Boserup, Richard Caldicott, Robin Cracknell, Luuk de Haan, James Whitlow Delano, Sophie Delaporte, Eeva Hannula, Karl Martin Holzhäuser, Alberto Korda Estate, Wendy Paton, Reiner Riedler, Georges Rousse, Magdalena Solé, Barry Underwood, Susanne Wellm, David Zimmerman
||Established in 1981, the Staley-Wise Gallery opened with an exhibition of Horst photographs and continues to show the work of masters of fashion photography. The collection also includes Hollywood portraiture, landscape, still life, and nudes. Slim Aarons, Jesse Alexander, Richard Avedon, Sid Avery, Peter Basch, Lillian Bassman, Cecil Beaton, Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher, Harry Benson, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Louise Dahl-Wolfe, Andre de Dienes, Patrick Demarchelier, Robert Doisneau, Michael Dweck, Arthur Elgort, Toni Frissell, Sheva Fruitman, David Gahr, Ron Galella, Ormond Gigli, Isabella Ginanneschi, Milton Greene, Joel Grey, Pamela Hanson, Tim Hall, William Helburn, Horst, Frank Horvat, Hoyningen-Huene, George Kalinsky, Andre Kert
|Taka Ishii Gallery
||Taka Ishii Gallery opened in 1994 with an exhibition program devoted to exploring the conceptual foundations and implications of contemporary (photo) graphic practice. The gallery has since exhibited and published the work of contemporary master Japanese and foreign artists as well as supported the development of younger artists. In the winter of 2011, the gallery inaugurated Taka Ishii Gallery Photography / Film, a second exhibition space located in the Roppongi district of Tokyo. With this new Nobuyoshi Araki
Ed van der Elsken
|Throckmorton Fine Art, Inc.
||Throckmorton Fine Art, Inc. is a New York-based gallery that specializes in Latin American vintage and contemporary photography, pre-Columbian art, and Chinese jade. The gallery's extraordinary photography collection includes strong works of museum quality luminaries Ruven Afanador, Mario Algaze, Juan Carlos Alom, Lucienne Bloch, Lola Alvarez Bravo, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Marta Maria Perez Bravo, Hugo Brehme, Marilyn Bridges, Abel Briquet, Anton Bruehl, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Agustin Victor Casasola, Martin Chambi, Lucien Clergue, Mario Cravo Neto, Christian Cravo, Valdir Cruz, Flor Garduño, Hector Garcia, Lynn Gilbert, Graciela Iturbide, Andre Kertesz, George Platt Lynes, Leo Matiz, Dirk McDonnell, Tina Modotti, Nickolas Muray, Luis Gonzalez Palma, Aldo Sess
|Vision Neil Folberg Gallery
||Founded in 1981 in San Francisco by Joseph Folberg, Vision relocated to Jerusalem in 1998 and is Israel's premier gallery devoted to fine photography. Micha Bar-Am, E.E. Barnard, Ruth Bernhard, Edouard Boubat, Paul Caponigro, Arnold Eagle, Neil Folberg, William Garnett, Tim Gidal, David Harris, Georg Kuettinger, Michael Light, Beth Moon, Marc Riboud, Agnieszka Sosnowska, David Seymour "Chim", Brett Weston
|Von Lintel Gallery
||Founded by Tarrah von Lintel more than 20 years ago, Von Lintel Gallery has continually developed its discerning curatorial point of view. The gallery predominantly features painting, photography and unique works on paper that are forward-thinking and challenging while maintaining a strong sense of aesthetic tradition. Focusing on a selective roster of artists who quietly push the boundaries of medium and materiality, the gallery exhibits art that will continue to engage the viewer over time.
T Edward Burtynsky, Carolyn Marks Blackwood, Stephen Ellis, Christiane Feser, Rosemarie Fiore, Roland Fischer, Catherine Howe, Valerie Jaudon, Farrah Karapetian, Izima Kaoru, Tim Maguire, Klea McKenna, Antonio Murado, Floris Neusüss, Mark Seliger, Mark Sheinkman, Steven Steinman, Joseph Stashkevetch, Canan Tolon, Michael Waugh, Melanie Willhide.
|| Berenice Abbott
Lyle A. Allan, Jr.
Alvin Langdon Coburn
Edward Sheriff Curtis
David H. Gibson
Estate of Nicholas C. Hlobeczy
Carl Austin Hyatt
William Henry Jackson
Robert Glenn Ketchum
||Weinstein Gallery focuses on modern and contemporary art in all media, with an emphasis on contemporary photography. Weinstein Gallery is also a member of the Art Dealers Association of America. Cass Bird, Elliott Erwitt, Annie Leibovitz, Vera Lutter, Robert Mapplethorpe, Luis González Palma, Gordon Parks, Nancy Rexroth, August Sander, Alec Soth, Mike and Doug Starn, Paolo Ventura
|Rick Wester Fine Art, Inc.
||RWFA is committed to the representation and sales of a select stable of mid-career and emerging artists who, we believe are contributing to the lexicon of photographic imagery in distinct ways. David Battel, Lydia Goldblatt, Sandi Haber Fifield, Sharon Harper, Kate Joyce, Jakub Karwowski, Molly Lamb, Laurie Lambrecht, David Leventi, Joe Maloney, Diana Matar, Lilly McElroy, Ima Mfon, Michael O'Neill, Yola Monakhov Stockton, Eric Pickersgill, Bjørn Sterri, Joni Sternbach, Jessica Todd Harper, Tanja Verlak, Christian Vogt, Allison L. Wade, Donna J. Wan
|Winter Works on Paper
||We buck the trends.
|Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery
||Since its founding in 2002, Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery has made a major commitment to representing new media artists who are exploring the intersection of art and technology. The gallery's dedication to supporting an array of innovative practices has been the catalyst for the expansion of its program to include painting and sculpture. Yorgo Alexopoulos, Edward Burtynsky, Jim Campbell, Robert Currie, Shea Hembrey, Airan Kang, Ola Kolehmainen, Niko Luoma, Jimmy Nelson, José Parlé, Alan Rath, Paula Scher, Stephen Wilkes