Robert Mann Gallery
New York, USA

Founded in 1985, Robert Mann Gallery was the first photography gallery to move to the Chelsea area and remains one of the preeminent in the world. Through a diverse roster that highlights both a prominent group of contemporary photographic artists including Julie Blackmon and Murray Fredericks and an outstanding collection of twentieth century masters like Ansel Adams, Diane Arbus, and Aaron Siskind, our program interrogates the role of photographic medium – to capture or invent, purify or distort, and transgress its own purported limits to take on new identities – and celebrates its unique history.

The gallery exhibits vintage photographs and contemporary works that contextualize and promote new movements in the field, with exhibitions of established masters like Ansel Adams and Robert Frank; mid- and late-career artists such as Joe Deal, Jeff Brouws, Wijnanda Deroo and Michael Kenna; and emerging artists at the cutting edge of the contemporary art including Holly Andres, Gail Albert Halaban, Julie Blackmon and Mary Mattingly.

Robert Mann Gallery
New York, USA

Founded in 1985, Robert Mann Gallery was the first photography gallery to move to the Chelsea area and remains one of the preeminent in the world. Through a diverse roster that highlights both a prominent group of contemporary photographic artists including Julie Blackmon and Murray Fredericks and an outstanding collection of twentieth century masters like Ansel Adams, Diane Arbus, and Aaron Siskind, our program interrogates the role of photographic medium – to capture or invent, purify or distort, and transgress its own purported limits to take on new identities – and celebrates its unique history.

The gallery exhibits vintage photographs and contemporary works that contextualize and promote new movements in the field, with exhibitions of established masters like Ansel Adams and Robert Frank; mid- and late-career artists such as Joe Deal, Jeff Brouws, Wijnanda Deroo and Michael Kenna; and emerging artists at the cutting edge of the contemporary art including Holly Andres, Gail Albert Halaban, Julie Blackmon and Mary Mattingly.

Bio: Richard Finkelstein / Main: Richard Finkelstein, Michiko Kon, Mary Mattingly, Ana Teresa Barboza, Julie Blackmon, Jeff Brouws, Jennifer Williams, Julie Blackmon, Jorn Vanhofer, Cig Harvey, Boug Biggert, Holly Andres
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