Created in 1952, the founding members of this gallery included legendary photographers Dorothy Lange and Ansel Adams. In addition to exhibits, the space hosts free lectures and panel discussions. The exhibitions and talks are dedicated to contemporary and classic photography.
547 W 27th St 4th Floor, New York, NY, +1 (212) 505 5555
Howard Greenberg Gallery
Founded in 1981, the Howard Greenberg Gallery was one of the first galleries to exhibit photojournalism and street photography – now considered as important components of photographic art. Offering various genres spanning from Pictorialism, to Modernism and styles including advertising and fashion, the gallery is known for exhibiting the works of some of the most renowned masters such as Berenice Abbott, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Andre Kertesz, William Klein, Gordon Parks, Edward Steichen, Paul Strand, Josef Sudek, and Edward Weston.
41 E 57th St Suite 1406, New York, NY +1 (212) 334 0010
International Center of Photography
As a leading institution devoted to all forms of the reproduced image, the International Center of Photography’s collection of works includes daguerreotypes, gelatin silver and digital chromogenic prints, and a host of American and European documentary photography from 1930 to 1960. It is home to important works by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Robert Frank, Andre Kertesz, Lisette Model, James VanDerZee, and Garry Winogrand, and many others. The museum is moving downtown and will reopen in the Bowery in early 2016.
Pace/MacGill Gallery was founded in 1983 by Peter MacGill in collaboration with partners Arne Glimcher of the Pace Gallery and Richard Solomon of Pace Prints and Pace Primitive; it specializes in modern and contemporary photography. By mounting exhibitions of the most distinguished photographers, the gallery has contributed greatly to the growth of photography.
9, 32 East 57th Street, New York, NY +1 (212) 759 7999
Yancey Richardson Gallery
Created in 1995, the Yancey Richardson Gallery is one of the preeminent dealers of fine art photography in the country. Their current program includes recognized, emerging photographers including Bryant Graf and Zanele Muholi and established mid-career artists such as Andrew Moore and Hellen van Meene.
525 W 22nd St, New York, NY +1 (646) 230 9610
Steven Kasher Gallery
The gallery specializes in Fine Art photography, Contemporary and vintage and carries the works of artists like Willem de Kooning and John Chamberlain. It is also known for having major photographic archives such as the National Geographic Society and The New York Times.
515 W 26th St, New York, NY +1 (212) 966 3978
Danziger Gallery is known for its originality and diversity of its programming. Focusing primarily on artists working in photography, but also exhibiting video and painting, Danziger combines the presentation of new work with the rediscovery and reassessment of work by established voices.
521 W 23rd St, New York, NY +1 (212) 629 6778
Laurence Miller Gallery
Since its opening in 1984, the gallery focuses on vintage and contemporary photography, specializing in American photography since 1940 and Asian photography since 1950. It is known for exhibiting the works of Helen Levitt, Lee Friedlander and Yasuhiro Ishimoto.
20 W 57th St, 3rd Floor, New York, NY +1 (212) 397 3930
Robert Mann Gallery
Founded in 1985, Robert Mann Gallery is one of the preeminent photography galleries in the world. The gallery has a diverse roster that highlights both a prominent group of contemporary artists and an outstanding collection of twentieth century masters.
525 W 26th St, New York, NY +1 (212) 989 7600
Andrea Meislin Gallery
The gallery focuses on internationally recognized photographers whose work contributes to the diasporic-based dialogue domestically and abroad. The gallery discovers and presents significant Israeli artists, and brings internationally established artists to New York for the first time.
534 W 24th St, New York, NY +1 (212) 627 2552