Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery

Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery is dedicated to the exhibition, study, and sale of contemporary photography,
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‘Of course, there will always be those who look only at technique, who ask 'how', while others of a more curious nature ...
08/09/2022

‘Of course, there will always be those who look only at technique, who ask 'how', while others of a more curious nature will ask 'why'. Personally, I have always preferred inspiration to information.’
Man Ray

As a son of parents who’s lives have been lived in the fashion industry - Issey Miyake was every bit a true artist genius. Twenty-five plus years has taught and shown me a lot - most of all the mark of a true master. I pride myself having worked with extraordinary craftsman, real innovators…and even as a child Issey (my grandfathers name ;) showed me the way…and as the thunder crashes this eve and the rain falls upon us, so too a tear for one of the true greats❤️

I’m excited to visit Toronto shortly and experience the indoor production of     at  as part of  festival. Swipe for a f...
06/16/2022

I’m excited to visit Toronto shortly and experience the indoor production of at as part of festival. Swipe for a few images from this past weekend’s extraordinary public world premiere on all of the digital screens in Yonge-Dundas Square. 💥💥

Dear Friends,I am excited to share my plans to move beyond “Gallery Walls” and concentrate my efforts on the Metaverse a...
06/14/2022

Dear Friends,

I am excited to share my plans to move beyond “Gallery Walls” and concentrate my efforts on the Metaverse and the expansion of opportunities in the digital world. Over the past 20+ years I have explored the intersection of art and technology - a specialty that has differentiated the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery. These experiences have given me the perspective and insight to recognize this new chapter and an opportunity to continue to push new boundaries.

Going forward, my energies will be focused on collaborations with my present stable of artists and new initiatives. We are witnessing a transcendent movement in the art world - one that allows artists to showcase their work globally with the click of a button.

I am pleased to offer a full range of services from the development of strategies for artists seeking to explore the NFT format, the acquisition of archives for deployment in Web3, the facilitation of partnerships between artists and digital development teams and associations with brands and companies seeking an authentic connection between art and commerce in these new virtual environments.

I look forward to continuing to work with private clients in the area of Art Advisory, building collections which often crossover into diverse media.

Additionally, I will facilitate site specific, large scale installations. I have long engaged with artists placing their work in such varied locations as public parks, corporate headquarters, universities, luxury retail developments and airports. I have strong ties with architects and designers who have supported both me and my artists to think BIG.

With this in mind, I will continue to focus my expertise delivering immersive environments and the potentialities of AR and VR, which I have showcased in the past. I will be partnering with long standing gallery artists Stephen Wilkes and Yorgo Alexopoulos on new upcoming NFT releases.

I have closed my doors on 24th Street and will announce my new location shortly.

In the words of legendary Bauhaus master László Moholy-Nagy "Every period has its own optical focus". I hope that you will join me on this journey!

Warmest regards,

Bryce

Some behind the scenes from  latest Day to Night shoot for his new series for  of Bears Ears National Monument.
05/07/2022

Some behind the scenes from latest Day to Night shoot for his new series for of Bears Ears National Monument.

New work from  •Remarkable influence.Francis Bacon, inspired by T S Elliot, both affected by the horrors of WWII. Bacon,...
03/10/2022

New work from

Remarkable influence.

Francis Bacon, inspired by T S Elliot, both affected by the horrors of WWII. Bacon, the painter of the human nature, suffering and violence and Elliot the poet of time and relationship between men and time, spirituality, the importance of consciousness and existence.

The inluence by these artists on my world view is pivotal and again as topical as ever.

1936 Elliot wrote his poem Burnt Norton that was to become the first part of his masterpiece Four Quartets that he finished during war in 40’s.

Here is the beginning of it…

Burned Norton

Time present and time past
Are both perhaps present in time future
And time future contained in time past.
If all time is eternally present
All time is unredeemable.
What might have been is an abstraction
Remaining a perpetual possibility
Only in a world of speculation.
What might have been and what has been
Point to one end, which is always present.
Footfalls echo in the memory
Down the passage which we did not take
Towards the door we never opened
Into the rose-garden. My words echo
Thus, in your mind.
But to what purpose
Disturbing the dust on a bowl of rose-leaves
I do not know.

Francis Bacon made a breakthrough with his Three Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion, 1944 during the war.

The photograph here is the adaptation study of Bacons works from screaming popes to more stagelike and personal paintings of 60’s and 70’s. The circle in the middle is the open mouth where to enter inside the corpus that is the image, the time present and time past. And again Europe is in war.





“The struggle in Ukraine will shape the future of the entire world. The freedom of each and every one of us depends on i...
03/04/2022

“The struggle in Ukraine will shape the future of the entire world. The freedom of each and every one of us depends on it. The moment to stand up and be counted is now.”

-Prof. Yuval Noah Harari
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Now on view at Fondazione MAST]: THE MAST COLLECTION – A visual alphabet of industry, work and technology ft work by Edw...
03/01/2022

Now on view at Fondazione MAST]: THE MAST COLLECTION – A visual alphabet of industry, work and technology ft work by Edward Burtynsky.

www.mast.org/the-mast-collection

Pictured here: Nanpu Bridge Interchange, Shanghai, China, 2004
Now on view at Fondazione MAST]: THE MAST COLLECTION – A visual alphabet of industry, work and technology ft work by Edward Burtynsky

www.mast.org/the-mast-collection

Pictured here: Nanpu Bridge Interchange, Shanghai, China, 2004

02/18/2022

Alexa, play "Twilight Zone".
In creating these "Cloud Stacks" was inspired by a clever scam by CEO of WorldCom Bernie Ebbers, who secured $100 million loans by showing investors what they thought was a massive control room of mannequin computer servers. What they didn't know was that all these dataless machines were fake.

Bryce Wolkowitz gallery is open by appointment. Email info@brycewolkowitz.com to set up a viewing (left) Niko Luoma, Ada...
02/17/2022

Bryce Wolkowitz gallery is open by appointment. Email [email protected] to set up a viewing
(left) Niko Luoma, Adaptation of ‘Nude Seated on a Divan’ by Amadeo Modigliani
(right) Stephen Wilkes, Lake Como

With great pleasure we have learned (with some delay) that the Taiwanese publisher Sharp Point Press has co-published th...
02/17/2022

With great pleasure we have learned (with some delay) that the Taiwanese publisher Sharp Point Press has co-published the book by DOUBLE TAKE!

Now also available for purchase in Taiwan 😇

For those who do not understand Taiwanese, the book is also available in English, German or Japanese.

Have fun!


That Friday feeling 🌄Photo by
02/11/2022

That Friday feeling 🌄
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Measuring Land and Sea by  is an investigation of the philosophical impasse at which art and science often find themselv...
02/10/2022

Measuring Land and Sea by is an investigation of the philosophical impasse at which art and science often find themselves. One is by nature subjective, while the other is defined by the pursuit of objectivity. Yet, both express two very human characteristics — feeling and reasoning.This series combines classical landscape and seascape painting with systems of technical measurement, presenting the viewer with both artistic and scientific modes of representation. Rather than increase our understanding of the work, this combination makes things less clear by providing superfluous distraction while simultaneously highlighting the boundaries of perceived knowledge.

Works pictured: Oliver Jeffers, Fathom Seascape #10, 26 x 36 inches, Protracted Landscape #7, 24 x 36 inches, Fathom Seascape #4, 12 x 16 inches, oil and letraset on panel.

02/08/2022

Jim Campbell blurs the line between reality and abstraction in his “Repixelated Pedestals”, which stimulate an experience of turning computer data into human recognition. It's the cloud-watching of the 21st century. What do you see?
Custom electronics, 300 LEDs, frosted acrylic, aluminum. 22-1/2 x 16-3/4 x 27-1/8 inches. Edition of three.

Today  heads back to the UAE to be a part of  with a solo exhibition to open on February 8th. Peep the link in Stephen's...
02/04/2022

Today heads back to the UAE to be a part of with a solo exhibition to open on February 8th. Peep the link in Stephen's bio for more info

The tapestries of the Renaissance were made by repeatedly weaving the horizontal  threads over and under the vertical th...
02/03/2022

The tapestries of the Renaissance were made by repeatedly weaving the horizontal threads over and under the vertical threads, then squishing those horizontal threads down so they are very close together, thus completely hiding the vertical threads from view. With his camera, Stephen builds upon this process by using multiple exposures in his series. This one was captured in his hometown of Westport, Connecticut.
Tapestry #10

02/02/2022

Hope everyone had a happy Lunar New Year 🧧 This event is not only relevant in Asia, but also in other countries where this Chinese tradition is respected and celebrated. The year 2022 in the Gregorian calendar is designated the Year of the Tiger. In Chinese culture, the tiger is the symbol of bravery, wisdom and strength. Video from

02/01/2022

Celebrating lunar New Year with at

“Our Wake Up Call For Freedoms” with  and  is now open at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art  through Jun 4, 2022 This ...
01/31/2022

“Our Wake Up Call For Freedoms” with and is now open at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art through Jun 4, 2022
This exhibition takes its name from the Wide Awakes—a 19th century antebellum youth movement that used art, song, and public rallies to push for the abolition of slavery. Drawing from the spirit of that movement as well as the visual vocabulary of cloaks, flags, and the symbol of an open eye, For Freedoms reintroduced the Wide Awakes movement in 2020. The Wide Awakes movement is an invitation and an offering, welcoming all who are interested to gather under a new model of creative action. Defining the project, they said, “We believe art has the power to wake us up. Art is a megaphone for unheard voices that need amplifying. Art gives us symbols to gather round, builds community, and helps us realize we are not alone. We make the culture, we are the culture, that makes the future.”
Pictured here: Multidisciplinary works by Hank Willis Thomas José Parlá
Camella Ehlke
Wildcat Ebony Brown , Amy Khosbin , and Penny Gottesman + Anya Ayoung-Chee , part of the exhibition currently on display in the Main Gallery.

Photo by  •Central Park Snow, NYC, Day To Night 2010One of my favorite Day to Night images, with the combination of a dr...
01/29/2022

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Central Park Snow, NYC, Day To Night 2010

One of my favorite Day to Night images, with the combination of a dreamlike snowfall and this remarkable view, which I photographed from an apartment balcony on Fifth Avenue in NYC . I discovered this vantage point while on an editorial assignment, and immediately fell in love with the view. I knew exactly how I wanted to capture this particular scene in my minds eye…just after a snowstorm. Thankfully, I was able to arrange to come back, if by chance a snow storm would cover the park. The epic snowstorm in 2010 happened a week or two later, and in the early morning just after the storm,I was able to get into the apartment . This particular snow storm was quite unusual, as the cold temperatures and lack of wind kept the snow on the trees from early morning throughout the night. My assistant & I cleared several feet of snow off the terrace just so we could set up the camera to photograph this magical scene.

Now that’s a pop of color 💥 How stunning is this work by  at the  store   ?
01/27/2022

Now that’s a pop of color 💥 How stunning is this work by at the store ?

Opening today!  at the  in the Canadian Rockies. The exhibition runs through April 2022. This work is “Alberta Oil Sands...
01/24/2022

Opening today! at the in the Canadian Rockies. The exhibition runs through April 2022. This work is “Alberta Oil Sands #6, Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada”, 2007.

Photo from •The ice surrounding this tree is a reflection of just how cold it is here in the northeast today.  Hoping ev...
01/22/2022

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The ice surrounding this tree is a reflection of just how cold it is here in the northeast today. Hoping everyone stays warm this weekend!!!

Thanks to an outpouring of donations from around the world, the reconstruction of Notre Dame in Paris is underway. The f...
01/19/2022

Thanks to an outpouring of donations from around the world, the reconstruction of Notre Dame in Paris is underway. The famous spire will be rebuilt using medieval techniques and the same oak that collapsed in flames back in April of 2019. The project is set to be completed by 2024 just in time for the Paris Olympics.

Photo is by of Pont de La Tournelle on the Seine from his "Day to Night" Series

Niko Luoma ́s career has been built on the artist's use of the photographic process as a tool for conceptual thinking. I...
01/18/2022

Niko Luoma ́s career has been built on the artist's use of the photographic process as a tool for conceptual thinking. In his most recent series Adaptations, Luoma draws upon art history to find the subjects for his reconstructions. His choices range from Vincent van Gogh’s still-lives of sunflowers to Pablo Picasso’s "Guernica" (shown here) to David Hockney’s splashes. Luoma subjectively renders the essence of these works. He slowly builds up his image through multiple exposures, using cut-out templates as a means for blocking and redirecting light through a series of standard color lenses. His approach is not to duplicate the original but to interpret it in the spirit of how it was conceived

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Don’t just share his quotes, live his words. It is   it is what should have been a reality for all of mankind all along....
01/17/2022

Don’t just share his quotes, live his words. It is it is what should have been a reality for all of mankind all along.
Stephen Somerstein, “Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., seen from behind, addressing crowd of 25,000 civil rights marchers, in front of Alabama State House, 1965 Selma to Montgomery civil rights march, 1965”

Where did all the time go?Last day to visit   ‘A Fraid of Ghosts’ show at
12/18/2021

Where did all the time go?

Last day to visit ‘A Fraid of Ghosts’ show at

Last week to catch  show ‘A Fraid of Ghosts’  gallery! 👻
12/14/2021

Last week to catch show ‘A Fraid of Ghosts’ gallery! 👻

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