Black and White
vintage photographs of 1960's films
Dec 14, 2018 - Feb 2, 2018
Photographs on view include behind-the-scenes from Rosemary’s Baby, 1968 (director Roman Polanski), Bullitt, 1968 (director Peter Yates), A Countess from Hong Kong, 1967 (director Charlie Chaplin), and Doctor Zhivago, 1965 (director David Lean).
Hatami (1934-2017) – known primarily by his last name - began his career as a photojournalist in the 1950s, covering historic events such as the opening of the Suez Canal and the coronation of King Hussein of Jordan. During his six-decade long career, Hatami provided many photos for magazines and newspapers around the world, including numerous covers of Life magazine, Paris-Match, LOOK, Vogue, Newsweek, TIME, Jours de France and fourteen covers of ELLE.
New York Artists. Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, James Rosenquist, Tom Wesselman
For decades, Bob Adelman directed his attention to the greatest American artists at the height of their success. The resulting body of work documents a generation of seminal artists through iconic photographs. Whether they are working in their studios, standing in the street, or looking for the next source of inspiration, each portrait reveals the artistic energy of the individual. Adelman’s photography serves as an important historical document revealing the intimate nature of an influential generation. The archive documents over fifty years of prominent and pioneering New York artists, including Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, James Rosenquist, Tom Wesselmann, Larry Rivers, Donald Judd, Jasper Johns, Robert Indiana, Marisol Escobar, Red Grooms, Jeff Koons, Adolph Gottlieb, Barnett Newman, Robert Rauschenberg, Dick Bellamy, Lucas Samaras, Jim Dine, David Hockney as well as influential art dealers who shifted the perception of how to sell art, such as Leo Castelli.
Exhibition at WESTWOOD GALLERY NYC, 262 Bowery. Exhibition dates: Jan. 20 - March 3, 2018
Schatt is best known for his remarkable photographs of James Dean, who was a close friend and a mentee. As a fellow actor and with a great interest in photography, Dean formed a special bond with Schatt and wanted to learn art from him. During the course of their yearlong friendship cut short by Dean’s tragic death, Schatt captured the now world renowned portraits of Dean, titled the “Torn Sweater” series.
WESTWOOD GALLERY NYC is the exclusive representative of the Estate of Roy Schatt.
WESTWOOD GALLERY NYC presents iconic photographs of Marilyn Monroe by legendary photographer Douglas Kirkland. The Photographs of Monroe as well as behind the scenes black and white photographs with his camera, taken on the set with Monroe in a California studio, are testimony to the photo shoot of November 17, 1961.
John Thomson, one of the great figures of nineteenth century photography, is known for the unusual and exotic nature of his chosen subject matter. Born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1937, Thomson took up photography as a profession in his early twenties. For ten years, from 1862, he traveled and explored the Far East, visiting Hong Kong, Singapore, Penang and the Malay Peninsula, Siam, Cambodia, Vietnam, Formosa and especially China and producing an unique body of photographs.