David LaChapelle’s photographs have been installed on top of London bus shelter’s around the city as a part of Transport for London’s Year of the Bus. The photographs are on display from September 12th-22nd, be sure to spot them before they’re gone!
The V&A Museum, which is currently exhibiting a career retrospective of photographer Horst P. Horst, has created a short film on Horst’s groundbreaking color fashion photograph. Watch it in preparation for Staley-Wise’s Horst exhibition, opening September 19th, with a reception on September 25th.
The Wall Street Journal has featured the Horst P. Horst retrospective exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.
Staley-Wise will open its Horst retrospective, thirty-three years after our first Horst exhibition, on September 19th.
The Los Angeles Times reFramed column interviews Phil Stern about his long and fascinating career, spanning from his time as a combat photographer in World War II to capturing the stars of both movies and music in behind the scenes moments.
Staley-Wise Gallery has been featured in a number of articles covering the the AIPAD Photography Show, including Artsy, New York Social Diary and L’Oeil de la Photographie. The AIPAD Photography Show is currently at the Park Avenue Armory until Sunday, April 13th, be sure to stop by Booth 113.
Staley-Wise photographers Bob Willoughby, Alfred Eisenstadt, Roy Schatt, David LaChapelle, Edward Steichen, Ron Galella, Leo Fuchs and Jim Marshall are all featured in the exhibition “American Cool” now on view at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC.
Priscilla Rattazzi’s upcoming exhibition at Staley-Wise Gallery “Selected Photographs: 1975-2013” is featured in the February issue of Town and Country Magazine’s Social Calendar.
Priscilla Rattazzi: Selected Photographs: 1975-2013 opens on Thursday, January 30th with our reception for the artist from 6-8pm.
Howard Schatz’s new book Caught in the Act was featured on CBS This Morning. In this, his 20th book, Howard directs 85 actors to explore a range of emotions and situations, capturing their dynamic transformations on camera.
Staley-Wise Gallery is pleased to announce their representation of William Helburn.
William Helburn worked extensively in fashion, editorial and advertising throughout the early 1950s and 1960s, capturing the feeling and look of the time. Helburn started his fashion photography career shooting young Grace Kelly and Tippi Hedren and studying graphic design with legendary Harper’s Bazaar art director Alexey Brodovitch. Success came to Helburn and he shot some of the most recognizable models and celebrities of the fifties and sixties from Jean Shrimpton to Suzy Parker to Dovima.
Ormond Gigli’s new book Girls in the Windows and Other Stories chronicles not only the incredible (and serendipitous) tale of his iconic work Girls in the Windows, 1960, but also spans a long career as a photojournalist capturing the celebrities, fashion, theatre and film of the era in which he worked.