Gitterman Gallery

Gitterman Gallery Art Gallery Gitterman Gallery is committed to presenting great art in photography.
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We have over 30 years of experience in the field and specialize in connoisseur level photographs. In addition to representing artists, estates and private collections, we maintain an inventory of selective work that spans the history of the medium in a full range of styles and periods. We have fine examples of work by established artists and we also champion artists that have been overlooked by th

e history of the medium. We are available for guidance in establishing or developing a collection as well as buying or selling at auction.

Diane Arbus, Child with a Toy Hand Gr***de in Central Park, N.Y.C., 1962Both A58
04/26/2024

Diane Arbus, Child with a Toy Hand Gr***de in Central Park, N.Y.C., 1962
Both A58

02/12/2024
Allen Frame is apart of the new exhibition As the World Burns curated by Jackson Davidow in partnership with Tufts Unive...
02/06/2024

Allen Frame is apart of the new exhibition As the World Burns curated by Jackson Davidow in partnership with Tufts University Art Galleries curator Laurel V. McLaughlin.

Walk text:
As an art history and English major at Harvard College in the early 1970s, Allen Frame was unable to get into photography courses, so he enrolled in a class taught by Henry Horenstein at a community center near Radcliffe. In a 2022 interview, Frame reflected that although Harvard “was not the place that suited me as I was shifting into a different identity,”* he found an artistic and q***r community elsewhere. Through Horenstein and additional photo classes at Imageworks in Kendall Square, Frame got to know the emerging photographer Nan Goldin and friends David Armstrong, Tommy Chesley, and Randy Stevens. Frame’s earliest photographs, like Goldin’s, are of close friends and lovers as they shifted into and out of identities through the liberating experimentation that nightlife made possible.
In one image, Goldin, her youthful face sharply illuminated, is shown in a taxicab en route to a club. In another, Frame captures the photographer, dolled up in a copper-colored dress, photographing bar patrons at The Other Side. Two of Frame’s more posed photos from the period present Kevin, his boyfriend George’s roommate, dressed in drag with an apprehensive expression at their Cambridge apartment. This very image appears framed on a side table in a second photo of Kevin in drag, his profile evocatively accentuated by his own shadow. Whether documenting Goldin through snapshots or taking performative portraits of Kevin, Frame was interested in the narrative potential of photography as a tool of self-making and world-making.

EXTENDED THROUGH MAY 5. Debbie Fleming Caffery: In the Light of Everything.retrospective exhibit “Homer Dastin and Rolan...
01/28/2024

EXTENDED THROUGH MAY 5. Debbie Fleming Caffery: In the Light of Everything.
retrospective exhibit

“Homer Dastin and Roland Hill,” 1985

Ferenc Berko, Solarization, 1950-51
01/26/2024

Ferenc Berko, Solarization, 1950-51

Martin Luther King, Montgomery, Ala., 1956 by Dan Weiner.Weiner photographed King while on assignment from Collier’s to ...
01/15/2024

Martin Luther King, Montgomery, Ala., 1956 by Dan Weiner.

Weiner photographed King while on assignment from Collier’s to cover the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Sparked by the arrest of Rosa Parks on 1 December 1955, the Montgomery bus boycott was a 13-month mass protest that ended with the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that segregation on public buses is unconstitutional.

Last day of Czech Avant-Garde. Saturday Jan 13. Open till 6.Josef Sudek, The Window of My Studio, c. 1940-1954          ...
01/13/2024

Last day of Czech Avant-Garde. Saturday Jan 13. Open till 6.

Josef Sudek, The Window of My Studio, c. 1940-1954

Last day of Czech Avant-Garde. Saturday Jan 13. Open till 6.Josef Sudek, The Window of My Studio, 1952
01/13/2024

Last day of Czech Avant-Garde. Saturday Jan 13. Open till 6.

Josef Sudek, The Window of My Studio, 1952

EXTENDED though Jan 13   Czech Avant-Garde František Drtikol | Jaromír Funke | Josef SudekJosef Sudek, Silent Night, 196...
12/22/2023

EXTENDED though Jan 13 Czech Avant-Garde
František Drtikol | Jaromír Funke | Josef Sudek

Josef Sudek, Silent Night, 1961

Closed this Friday and Saturday (Dec 8 & 9)Josef Sudek, The Front of My Studio, c. 1960s
12/06/2023

Closed this Friday and Saturday (Dec 8 & 9)

Josef Sudek, The Front of My Studio, c. 1960s

Closed this Friday and Saturday (Dec 8 & 9)Josef Sudek, The Front of My Studio, 1960s
12/06/2023

Closed this Friday and Saturday (Dec 8 & 9)

Josef Sudek, The Front of My Studio, 1960s

Review by Max Wiener:Frantisek Drtikol and Josef Sudek, two Czech avant-garde photographers, have their works paired tog...
11/29/2023

Review by Max Wiener:

Frantisek Drtikol and Josef Sudek, two Czech avant-garde photographers, have their works paired together for this stunning exhibition, aptly entitled Czech Avant-Garde. Here, the lights and glamor of fame and fortune are replaced for true authenticity, showcasing talent and artisanry like few photography exhibitions do. Drtikol and Sudek are to be studied as true pioneers, and this series proves that their work belongs in the pantheon of the twentieth century's photography palette…

11/24/2023

OPEN SATURDAY.   Holiday hours for Czech Avant-Garde Nov 14-Dec22: closed Wed, Nov 22 at 3:30 pm - Fri, Nov 24 but open ...
11/22/2023

OPEN SATURDAY. Holiday hours for Czech Avant-Garde Nov 14-Dec22: closed Wed, Nov 22 at 3:30 pm - Fri, Nov 24 but open Sat, Nov 25.

František Drtikol, Composition, c. 1930

Holiday hours for Czech Avant-Garde Nov 14-Dec22: closed Wed, Nov 22 at 3:30 pm - Fri, Nov 24 but open Sat, Nov 25. Fran...
11/21/2023

Holiday hours for Czech Avant-Garde Nov 14-Dec22: closed Wed, Nov 22 at 3:30 pm - Fri, Nov 24 but open Sat, Nov 25.

František Drtikol, Composition, 1931

Holiday hours for Czech Avant-Garde Nov 14-Dec22: closed Wed, Nov 22 at 3:30 pm - Fri, Nov 24 but open Sat, Nov 25. Fran...
11/20/2023

Holiday hours for Czech Avant-Garde Nov 14-Dec22: closed Wed, Nov 22 at 3:30 pm - Fri, Nov 24 but open Sat, Nov 25.

František Drtikol, Composition, 1930

Czech Avant-Garde Nov 14-Dec22Josef Sudek, Untitled, from the Glass Labyrinths series, 1968-72
11/11/2023

Czech Avant-Garde Nov 14-Dec22

Josef Sudek, Untitled, from the Glass Labyrinths series, 1968-72

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