06_Marshals_Baltimore_002_FS Untitled (U.S. Marshals, Baltimore, #002),2014 © Brian Finke/Courtesy of ClampArt

EXHIBITION: Brian Finke: U.S. Marshals, ClampArt, 531 West 25th Street
November 20 – December 20

Brian Finke’s fifth solo exhibition at ClampArt coincides with the release of his fourth monograph. Over the course of four years Finke photographed U.S. Marshals all over the country. The series examines the culture and practices of this esteemed branch of law enforcement.

AUCTION: Doyle New York, 175 East 87th St
November 24, 2:00PM

Doyle’s annual November Photography sale will be held in conjunction with the Books and Prints sale. 20th century legends will be represented including Minor White, Ansel Adams and Henri Cartier-Bresson. Also included will be vintage works by Julia Margaret Cameron, Helmut Newton, and others.

EXHIBITION: Annie Leibovitz: Pilgrimage, New York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West
November 21 – February 22

In a departure from her signature stages portraits, Annie Leibovitz’s new exhibition features landscapes, still lifes, and interiors that are reminiscent of her personal history. Curated by Andy Grundberg and organized by the Smithsonian American Art Museum, this show presents 70 photographs made between 2009-2011.

62.1976 The Brown Sisters, New Canaan, Connecticut. 1975.
The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of the artist © 2014 Nicholas Nixon

EXHIBITION: Nicholas Nixon: Forty Years of the Brown Sisters, Museum of Modern Art, 11 West 53rd Street
November 22 – January 4

Once a year since 1974 Nicholas Nixon has been photographing his wife and her three sisters as a group. The resulting body of work spans four decades, making a beautiful commentary on family dynamics, womanhood, and the endless march of time.

EXHIBITION: Photobook 2014, Davis Orton Gallery, 114 Warren Street, Hudson, NY
November 14 – December 21

Juried by Paula Tognarelli, director of Griffin Museum of Photography, this exhibition features 20 Photobooks by established and emerging artists. The show includes books ranging from the self-published, handmade, and professionally produced. The show will then travel to the Griffin Museum of Photography in Massachusetts.

Sigmar Polke_Fergus McCaffrey_Installation_21 copy Installation view, courtesy of Fergus McCaffrey Gallery

EXHIBITION: Sigmar Polke, Fergus McCaffrey Gallery, 514 West 26th Street
November 6 – December 20

Sigmar Polke’s new exhibition features his innovative series Photocopierarbeiten, manipulated photocopies. Made between 1941-2010, these works challenge the convention of the photograph and push the boundaries of reproduction technology.

EXHIBITION: Ansel Adams: Classic Images, Robert Mann Gallery, 525 West 26th Street, 2nd Floor
October 23 – December 6

Robert Mann presents the works of legendary photographer Ansel Adams. Featured in the show are some of Adams’ most iconic photographs, and also a selection of lesser-known, yet still astonishing pieces. While Adams is best known for his landscapes, this show includes several early images from the beginning of his career.

KISS, Halloween Parade, West Village, NY. 1978 KISS, Halloween Parade, West Village, NY, 1978 © Arlene Gottfried/Courtesy of Daniel Cooney

EXHIBITION: Arlene Gottfried: Sometimes Overwhelming, Daniel Cooney Fine Art, 508-526 West 26th Street $9C
November 6 – December 20

Brooklyn native Arlene Gottfried presents her series of eccentric New York characters from decades past. These vintage black and white prints contain humor as well as an authentic look into the New York of old.

EXHIBITION: Will Brown: A Tender Light, Laurence Miller Gallery, 20 West 57th Street
October 30 – December 20

Will Brown’s inaugural New York solo exhibition features 29 black and white photographs of early 1970’s Queen Village, Philadelphia. Storefronts, street scenes, and portraits all share a similar early morning light reminiscent of Atget. Brown documents the old mercantile area in a quiet, serene manner in the early hours of the day.

EXHIBITION: Carla van de Puttelaar, Danzinger Gallery, 521 West 23rd Street
October 30 – December 20

Danzinger Gallery announces the recent representation of Carla van de Puttelaar with a thoughtful solo exhibition of her nude studies. Using soft lighting and muted colors, this long term project engages the senses is a quiet, yet powerful manner.

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