Best of Louisiana, thank you to everybody who submitted their images. A world class gallery and photography heart nestled in the coronary heart of downtown Morristown, NJ – the place you’ll be able to hire occasion house for birthdays, showers, rehearsal dinners in a singular and sophisticated setting for particular occasions (and so forth.), buy original art from both effectively-identified photographers as well as amateurs & college students create your personal unique art and presents thru enlargements or specialty printing, restore memories from old or damaged images, learn extra about pictures and far more.
Open for searching during gallery hours, the bookshop stocks a range of thought frightening photographic, arts and social sciences titles, whereas the studying room gives welcoming space for research and research, with access to an intensive assortment of books and reference materials, and a number of almost 2,000 pictures from their archive has been digitised and made accessible for searching on an iMac.
Just a short walk down King’s Road is The Little Black Gallery – a photography boutique with a room devoted to the influential Irish photographer Bob Carlos Clarke The gallery was founded in 2008 by Bob Carlos Clarke’s late wife, Lindsey Carlos Clarke, his agent Ghislain Pascal, and celebrity ‘It-girl’ Tamara Beckwith; it now represents over 25 main photographers from around the world, along with managing the estate of Bob Carlos Clarke, whose iconic and provocative photographs of celebrities are instantly recognisable – some have even been donated to the National Portrait Gallery.
Having celebrated its twentieth anniversary in 2014, the gallery continues to curate around six distinctive exhibitions annually, and is the official agent of Magnum Images in the UK. Although Atlas is developing into contemporary images, its forte is in vintage prints, such as Danny Lyon’s images of the Outlaws biker gangs, on show in The Bikeriders exhibition during summer 2014.
Despite its small dimension, Snap Galleries has produced quite a lot of outstanding exhibits, together with a pioneering exhibition of beforehand undiscovered work by the enigmatic French photographer Roger Kasparian, who photographed international music stars, akin to The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and The Kinks when they visited Paris in the Nineteen Sixties.