By Keegan Hamilton
By Albert Samaha
By Village Voice staff
By Tessa Stuart
By Albert Samaha
By Steve Weinstein
By Devon Maloney
By Tessa Stuart
September 7-October 13
Yancey Richardson Gallery, 535 West 22nd Street, 646-230-9610
To coincide with the revised reissue of Fink's book Social Graces, this show rounds up those now classic '70s images of American gregariousness and its discontents.
For "An Inner Dialogue With Frida Kahlo," Morimura takes on the heroic and tragic role of the Mexican painter, both in reconstructed scenes from her life and in her self-portrait paintings.
For her new photographic pieces, shown here alongside a video projection, Simpson sets a series of small photos into large Plexiglas panels, suggesting filmstrips and other more open-ended narrative sequences.
Continuing his relentless investigation of his own nude body, Coplans shows several new series of monumental close-ups.
Davis returns to one of her earliest and most arresting landscape subjectsicebergs adrift in the waters around Greenlandfor these new large-scale gold- and selenium-toned prints.
In the initial installment of a new photo exhibition series called "First Exposure," Harper shows black-and-white images of rural landscapes seen from a moving train and a group of cloudscapes.
October 10-November 10
Robert Miller Gallery, 524 West 26th Street, 366-4774
Coming off the controversy of Yo Mama's Last Supper,Cox shows more work froma new series, including thenude artist re-creating key roles in paintings by Ingres and Manet, and other new work on motherhood.
NIKKI S. LEE
October 10-November 24
Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, 535 West 22nd Street, 255-8450
The cross-cultural chameleon shows snapshot documentation of four recent projects that involve her blending in with exotic dancers, skateboarders, and others.
October 12-November 25
Wessel + O'Connor Gallery, 242 West 26th Street, 242-8811
In his solo debut here, Smalley shows work from his "Gymnasium" series of what appear to be young 1930s athletes in training.
October 16-November 24
Zabriskie Gallery, 41 East 57th Street, 752-1223
Nixon applies his rigorous and revealing approach to the subject of loving couples.
October 18-November 24
Ricco/Maresca Gallery, 529 West 20th Street, 627-4819
"Natural Selection," new and unusually large tintypes made with a 20 x 24 inch camera as well as smaller nudes and nature studies.
A two-gallery retrospective of Moon's impressionist fashion photography from the '60s and '70s, much of it radiating the aura of dreams.
November 3-December 22
303 Gallery, 525 West 22nd Street, 255-1121
Portraits and landscapes made in Germany.
Previously unexhibited color views of lower Manhattan as seen from Meyerowitz's studio window.
November 8-January 5
Edwynn Houk Gallery, 745 Fifth Avenue, 750-7070
Contemporary daguerreotypes of urban landscapes and cloud studies by a master of this difficult antique format.
"Fourth," a new series of photos that were shot off the TV screen and picture athletes who placed fourth in competitions at the 2000 Summer Olympics.
December 1-January 12
Feigen Contemporary, 535 West 20th Street, 929-0500
December 6-January 12
Julie Saul Gallery, 535 West 22nd Street, 627-2410
December 7-January 12
Staley Wise Gallery, 560 Broadway, 966-6223
The gallery celebrates its 20th anniversary with a show of classic fashion photography by two of the genre's most influential masters.