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Ray Bidegain - Red Feathers and Blown Away, Dyptic
Ray Bidegain
Red Feathers and Blown Away, Dyptic
$1,500
Margaret Cressman - Untitled Triptych (Nude Self Portrait)
Margaret Cressman
Untitled Triptych (Nude Self Portrait)
$450
Bruce Davidson - Widow of Montmartre, Mme. Fauché (Hands Fixing Flowers)
Bruce Davidson
Widow of Montmartre, Mme. Fauché (Hands Fixing Flowers)
$4,500
Bruce Davidson - Widow of Montmartre, Mme. Fauché (with Children Comforted by Their Mother on Park Bench)
Bruce Davidson
Widow of Montmartre, Mme. Fauché (with Children Comforted by Their Mother on Park Bench)
$4,500
Andre Adolphe-Eugene Disderi - Jean-Baptiste Henri Durand-Brager, Photographer, Marine Painter and Printmaker
Andre Adolphe-Eugene Disderi
Jean-Baptiste Henri Durand-Brager, Photographer, Marine Painter and Printmaker
$3,500
Milos Dohnany - Three Modernist Prints of Wooden Shapes and Shadows
Milos Dohnany
Three Modernist Prints of Wooden Shapes and Shadows
$1,200
Foto EFE - Assassination Attempt on President Ronald Reagan
Foto EFE
Assassination Attempt on President Ronald Reagan
$1,500
Ralph Gibson - Two Nudes (Diptych)
Ralph Gibson
Two Nudes (Diptych)
$3,800
David Hamilton - Girls with White Dove
David Hamilton
Girls with White Dove
$1,500
Lisa Holden - Dyptic: Goldseed 1 and 2
Lisa Holden
Dyptic: Goldseed 1 and 2
$10,000
Gabor Kerekes - Shell (double), 1996
Gabor Kerekes
Shell (double), 1996
$1,250
André Kertész - Washington Square, Day and at Night (Two Oversized Prints)
André Kertész
Washington Square, Day and at Night (Two Oversized Prints)
P.O.R.
By Alex Novak

William Klein--Broadway by Night, New York City, NY

Photographs usually come one by one, but then even in a random way some images may relate to each other. Even more to the point, when photographers started to think in progressions of images, the relationships become ever more complex. Diptychs, triptychs, series and even "random" contact sheets all exhibit the wonderful effect of multiplying the possibilities by multiplying the images.

In this Special Exhibit, you will find examples from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries--all allowing a photographer's imagination to wander into the further complexities of multiple images. From Disderi's contact plates to Ralph Gibson's relational diptychs, and from Teynard's odd ethnographic diptych to William Klein's series "Broadway by Night", the mix is infectious.

Highly Related: Photographs in Series
About This Exhibit
Image List

Exhibited and Sold By
Contemporary Works / Vintage Works, Ltd.

258 Inverness Circle
Chalfont, Pennsylvania   18914   USA

Contact Alex Novak and Marthe Smith

Email info@vintageworks.net

Phone +1-215-822-5662

Call for an Appointment

 

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