Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Now It Can Be Told



There's always a fairly legitimate reason when there's a long delay between posts. And the reason this time is that I was deep in the planning and negotiations for moving the gallery to a new space three times the size of my current gallery and one block south.

The new address is 527 West 23rd Street and we will be opening on May 12 with an exhibition based on a portfolio we created with Kate Moss featuring pictures of her by 11 of the world's leading fashion and fine art photographers. As this show was originally planned when we were going to be in our current space, in addition to the portfolio we will be showing other great photographs of Kate Moss dating from 1988 (by Gene Lemuel) to a picture taken just a couple of weeks ago by Terry Richardson. Not to be missed are pictures by Glen Luchford, Herb Ritts, Mary McCartney, and British pop artist Peter Blake.

You can preview the show here. And as always, all blog readers are welcome to come to the opening which runs from 6 to 8 p.m. on May 12.

Now please excuse me, we need to get back to packing and unpacking!


7 comments:

Anonymous said...

The flash preview is terrific. Very complimentary to the photos. Congratulations on the move.

Joe Holmes said...

One word: Yay! I can't wait for your opening.

Anonymous said...

how hot is this....

oh, and congrats on the new space....

jaydee

nina said...

congrats! Very exciting.

Letterpress said...

Terrific! New digs are always great fun--but a lot of work. Enjoy, and when I come to NY, I'll stop by and see you. Have a great opening!

Lost in Provence said...

Well, if this doesn't count for my daily dose of glamour, straight up no rocks then I don't know what does. What a preview and a reminder of what a looong career Kate has had already and what made her a "great".

Best wishes for the new space--great news! It will give you room to grow!

zara said...

I guess congratulations are due! hope the opening will be a huge success (too bad I am nowhere near NY to stop by).