Posts tagged "Gallery"
Charlie Spot (b.1994) is an emerging London based artist who began his career in 2019. He specializes in light box and street photography taken in the UK, Europe, US and Asia. More information coming soon.
Tamary Kudita: Fabrics of Man, Family, and Society
For some, Zimbabwe is a distant paradise, both mystical and wonderful whilst for others the concept of a lived reality operates as an absolute truth which is determined by the material conditions of the world in which we live. We too are longing for a paradise, where social equality exists defined by harmony, peace, and hope. It is a wonderful thought, isn’t it, that such a place would exist!
Seydou Keita: “Seydou Keita curated by Danziger Gallery”
SEYDOU KEÏTA - (c.1921 – 2001) Danziger Gallery is pleased to present a selection of photographs by Seydou Keïta at The Gallery at The Betsy Hotel. Under the ownership of photography collector Lesley
Jim Krantz: “The Way of the West”
Jim Krantz – The Way of the West. Opening November 30. Danziger Gallery is pleased to present the first Miami exhibition of photographs by Jim Krantz at The Gallery at The Betsy Hotel. Under the
Tamary Kudita: “African Victorian Series”
A product of dual heritage, Tamary Kudita was born in Zimbabwe whilst her ancestry can be traced back to the Orange Free State, historical Boer state in Southern Africa. She chose to study fine art at
Ray Tenorio: “Dreamscapes”
Ray A. Tenorio was born in La Habana, Cuba. After 3 years of study Social Communication at Universidad de La Habana, he moved to the US where completed his Associates degree in Graphic and Commercial
Bunny Yeager: “Bunny Yeager and Her Circle: Miami’s Golden Age”
Bunny Yeager (1929-2014) was one of the most influential photographers of the modern era. Her self-portraits alone establish her as an innovative and important artist, demonstrating an ability to
Carlos Betancourt - "Intimate Spirit: Collages and Other Works"
Multi-disciplinary artist Carlos Betancourt was born and raised in San Juan Puerto Rico (1966) to Cuban exile parents. He moved to Miami when he was 15, embarking on a physical, emotional, and
Iké Udé "Self and Other Selves: Sartorial Anarchy Series; Nollywood Portraits and New Works"
Iké Udé’s Sartorial Anarchy portraits feature the artist, himself, dressed in varied costumes across geography and time, exploring a world of dualities: photographer/performance artist, artist