Favorites: “Best of the Best” Photography Exhibits 2010

In Art Museum, Black and White Photography, Exhibits, Gallery on January 2, 2011 at 12:19 pm


Alexey Titarenko – "Untitled (Crowd 1)"

For 2010 we visited hundreds of exhibits and events as a team and have selected the “Best of the Best” based purely on subjective criteria. The exhibit could be important historically, be exceptional from a curatorial standpoint or just have left lasting impact.

Check out the gallery or Museum indicated and see their archived exhibits for a virtual visit to some of these exhibits.

In no particular order:

  • Houston FotoFest
  • “Ruptures and Continuities”, Museum of Fine Arts Houston
  • William Wylie “Still Water”, Jenkins Johnson Gallery
  • JoAnn Verburg “Interruptions”, Pace/MacGill
  • Alexey Titarenko, Nailya Alexander Gallery
  • AIPAD Annual Show
  • "No Singing Allowed: Flamenco and Photography" Aperture Gallery
  • “Artists See Artists II” – Deborah Bell Photographs
  • Michael Kenna "Venezia"- Robert Mann Gallery
  • Edward Weston, Michener Art Museum
  • Ray K. Metzker ‘s “AutoMagic”, Laurence Miller Gallery
  • Frederick Sommer, Philadelphia Museum of Art
  • Collection of Anne and Arthur Goldstein, Allentown Art Museum
  • “Printing With Light”, Museum of Printing History
  • IN THE ZONE, A Century Of Black & White Photos, Henry Gregg Gallery
  • The Mexican Suitcase, ICP
  • The Summer Photo Show, Scott Nichols Gallery
  • Engaged Observers: Documentary Photography since the Sixties, The Getty Museum
  • Hipsters, Hustlers, and Handball Players, The Met
  • Found: Discoveries of FotoFest and PhotoNOLA, John Cleary Gallery
  • Pictures by Women: A History of Modern Photography, MOMA
  • Behind The Curtain – Tichy and Sudek, Howard Greenberg
  • ”In Review”, Gallery 339
  • Joseph Szabo, “Jones Beach”, Gitterman Gallery
  • Lucien Clergue, Throckmorton Fine Art, NYC
  • "Painted Cubes" Ion Zupcu, ClampArt
  • Robert Adams – Summer Nights, Walking –Matthew Marks Gallery

And the best for last …

Henri Cartier-Bresson – The Modern Century, MOMA


Henri Cartier-Bresson. Juvisy, France

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