Posts tagged "Gallery"
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
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