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Captured: A Photography Show
February 10th – March 10th, 2014
Cavalier Galleries is pleased to present Captured, a photography exhibition that will highlight the galleries’ variety of established photographers. Captured will demonstrate the long standing tradition of photography by displaying works by artists with different perceptions on how they see the world that in turn allows them to provide truly unique works of art.
The exhibition will feature famed photo-journalists Steve McCurry, widely known for his National Geographic cover of the Afghan Girl, as well as Harry Benson, who rose to fame after documenting his travels with the Beatles when they came to America in 1964. Both artists captured images that are placed historically in context. By contrast, world renowned fashion photographer, Robert Farber applied his unique impressionistic style to his works, unveiling a beauty beyond the image itself.
Also included will be works by Alex Cao, a contemporary photographer, demonstrating the versatility of the medium by creating large scale mosaic works out of smaller images. Debranne Cingari also takes a unique approach to photography by combining her imagery with assemblage to form three-dimensional pieces. Comparatively, Debranne Cingari’s and Michael Kahn’s black and white marine and seascape photographs highlight the beauty of the traditional take on the artform.
Ruth Orkin and Morris Engel, who will also be featured in the exhibition, were pioneers in photography and filmmaking as an artform beginning their careers in the 1930’s. The couple captured their unique views of New York and their world-travels on film throughout their lifetimes.
We invite you to join us in this exploration of the dynamic medium of photography; from black and white to color, film to digital, and traditional to contemporary.
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