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No sucede todos los días que ...
No sucede todos los días que me involucro e incluso obsesiono con un fotógrafo particular", comenta Howard Greenberg, director de la Howard Greenberg Gallery de Nueva York, una de las más prestigiosas del mundo en el campo fotográfico.
When photography dealer Howard ...
When photography dealer Howard Greenberg celebrated his 25th anniversary in the business last year, he mounted an exhibition at his midtown Manhattan gallery.
...When photography dealer Howard Greenberg celebrated his 25th anniversary in the business last year, he mounted an exhibition at his midtown Manhattan gallery.
New York dealer Howard ...
New York dealer Howard Greenberg will have two walls dedicated to what he calls "mini one-person shows"—one will be dedicated to the Swiss photographer Ren, Groebli, who created a famous body of work about trains in the 1940s entitled "Magic."
"We love his work here and thought it would be a nice idea to try him out," says Greenberg
, who will show Granser for the first time.
In addition, Greenberg
will bring a selection of "rare, valuable vintage prints," and notes that all his
offerings will be priced at $10,000 or less.
"We're settled into the Armory at this point," says Greenberg
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In the same week as the Phillips auction, dealer Howard Greenberg sold a 1970 print of the shiny three-wheeler for $150,000 at the first-ever Armory Photography Show in New York.
And some, adds Greenberg
, have gone on to develop an interest in what preceded them, endowing the traditional market with new buoyancy.For their part, vintage-photo collectors are starting to become more conversant in cutting-edge work.When New York photography dealer Robert Mann moved his
gallery to Chelsea four years ago, he
repertoire to include more conceptual artists, such as France's Georges Rousse and Laurent Millet."It shouldn't matter how the work is categorized," he
Racing for Dollars, Photography Pulls Abreast of Painting
( Only three years earlier another Glass Tears set the record for a photograph at Sotheby's at a mere $266 , 500. ) If nothing else , the sale indicated to many people , as the dealer Howard Greenberg said , that the price gap between great photos and great works in other media is closing..
Nowhere was this phenomenon on more egregious display than at New York's contemporary art auctions last year.Enormous , digitized , color prints by young Germans ruled the block.