Before storm Sandy, fine art photographer Lee Friendlander opened a new show at Pace/MacGill gallery on Fifty Seventh Street.
The show included new black and white photographs of mannequins taken from street windows.
The show, however, of earlier nudes was stunning to see again. This work I had seen years ago but found the luminosity of the prints and light on flesh mostly sumptuous and uncannily oddly compelling.
It was great to see at few ex-Yale MFA Photography teachers at the opening, including Tod Papageorge, and Tom Roma (currently teaching at Columbia University).
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