Baron Wolman grew up in Columbus, Ohio, studied philosophy at Northwestern University in Chicago, learned German at the Defense Language School in Monterey, California, and then did a tour with military intelligence in West Berlin. . .
Our longtime friend and fine photographic artist, Melchior Digiacomo picked up a camera by accident in 1968 and began teaching himself photography. He eventually left his job at CBS to attempt freelancing in the field of photography. . .
June 13, 1948, was an overcast day in the Bronx. The gray skies above Yankee Stadium reflected the great sadness felt by the huge crowd gathered inside the legendary ballpark. . .
New Orleans native Lucien Flotte made the move to NYC to study at the School of Visual Arts. No less a photographic artist than Philippe Halsman chose him for an extended master Class program. . .
Brian Kosoff is an accomplished master of the photographic process. After spending most of his life in photography he still considers himself a student of the medium! As a teenager, Brian was inspired by his uncle, a serious amateur photographer, and went on to spend 25 years as an award winning NYC advertising photographer. . .
Bob Krist is a freelance photographer who works regularly on assignment for magazines such as National Geographic Traveler, Smithsonian, and Islands. These assignments have taken him to all seven continents and have won awards in the Pictures of the Year, Communication Arts, and World Press Photo competitions. . .
Elliott Landy is one of the first music photographers recognized as an “artist”. He began documenting the "underground" music culture in New York City in the mid 1960's. . .
Born and raised in Allentown, PA in 1923, at age 9, Herman Leonard witnessed an image being developed in his brother's darkroom and became enthralled with the magic of photography. . .
To be the director of a photography gallery in today’s modern world is to be besieged by hundreds of electronic portfolios [as well as postcards that direct to a website of electronic images]. The often perfectly competent work is frequently indistinguishable or just not very interesting. . .
Cristiano Mascaro began his academic career in the School of Architecture and Urban Planning of the University of São Paulo. After graduating in 1968, he joined the first team of photographers of Veja [Look] magazine, where he worked as a photojournalist until 1972. . .
When one looks at the luminous platinum prints of Michael Massaia, the logical assumption made is that given the obvious mastery that the prints show, one expects to meet an 80 year old who has spent his entire life perfecting this difficult art. . .
Gallery 270 / Westwood Hours: Monday-Friday 10-6, Thursday 10-9, Saturday 9-6 Phone: 201-664-4113
Gallery 270 / Englewood Hours: Monday-Friday 10-6, Thursday 10-7, Saturday 10-6 Phone: 201-871-4113