Join Us Online for ‘A Peek Behind the Curtain: Conversations Between Photographers + Their Dealers’
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NOTE: This class will be held in a live, online format using the Zoom platform
Class meets 12-1:30pm ET
This ongoing 90-minute series is geared toward photographers and the curious collector, where we go behind-the-scenes to have a flexible, honest and open conversation between a dealer and one of their artists. From the gallery’s perspective, topics may range from how the dealer met the photographer and how they now work together, to how the gallery defines its brand, how new talent is discovered to the challenges of running a gallery in today’s world. Of particular interest is what attracted the photographer to the dealer and vice versa! Collector, advisor and Maine Media faculty member, Alice Sachs Zimet, moderates.
©Allen Frame, Acapulco Cliffs, 2010
Allen Frame is a photographer and writer, based in New York and represented by Gitterman Gallery in New York where his most recent solo exhibition was in 2019. He is a winner of the 2017/2018 Rome Prize from the American Academy in Rome, and recent work he made while in Rome was presented in the exhibition Innamorato at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, in 2018. His 2013 exhibition at Gitterman Gallery, Dialogue with Bolaño, was presented at the Museum of Art of the Sonora in Hermosillo, Mexico, in 2014. In 2021 his work will be included in the exhibition The Most Beautiful Part at the Cobra Museum in Amsterdam, and in the exhibition Mexichrome at the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City. His book Fever, his previously unpublished color photographs made in New York in 1981, published by Matte Editions, will be released in May, 2021, and his book Innamorato, presenting his recent work from Italy, will be published by Meteoro Editions, in the fall of 2021. Detour, a compilation of his photographs over the 1990’s, was published by Kehrer Verlag Heidelberg in 2001. He has been the curator of numerous exhibitions, including Darrel Ellis in 1996, at Art in General and Love and Jump Back, the Photography of Charles Henri Ford at Mitchell Algus Gallery in New York, in 2021-21.
Gitterman Gallery was founded March 2003, after Tom Gitterman was in the field for 13 years working for Pace/MacGill Gallery [intern], Zabriskie Gallery and Howard Greenberg Gallery. In addition to representing artists, estates and private collections, Gitterman maintains an inventory of selective work that spans the history of the medium in a full range of styles and periods including established artists as well as artists overlooked by the history of the medium. The gallery has 30 years of experience in the field and specializes at the connoisseur level from the 19th Century to Contemporary and is available for guidance in establishing or developing a collection as well as buying or selling at auction.
Check out the Full Series:
Thursday, March 25
12 – 1:30pm EST
Cig Harvey and Caroline Wall, Director of the Robert Mann Gallery, New York, NY
Wednesday, April 7
12 – 1:30pm EST
Jess T. Dugan and Catherine Edelman, Director of the Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago, IL
Thursday, April 22
David Emitt Adams and Terry Etherton, Director of the Etherton Gallery, Tucson, AZ
Wednesday, May 5
Kevin Cooley and Susan Laney, Director of Laney Contemporary Fine Art, Savannah, GA
Tuesday May 18th
Annu Palakunnathu Matthew & Esa Epstein, sepiaEYE, New York, NY
Wednesday, June 2
Allen Frame and Tom Gitterman, of Gitterman Gallery, New York, NY
Instructor: Alice Sachs Zimet
Alice Sachs Zimet has been a collector of fine photography for 30+ years, as well as an educator, consultant, and advisor with regular participation in juries, portfolio reviews and festivals. Faculty, International Center of Photography (ICP) School. Chair, Photography Curatorial Committee, Harvard Art Museums. Board, Magnum Foundation. Chair, Acquisitions Committee, ICP. Independent educator and consultant, Corporate Sponsorship. Adjunct Professor, Graduate Program, Arts Administration, Steinhardt School, New York University. Bachelor’s Degree (Art History), Syracuse University. Studied art history at the Sorbonne, Paris, France. Master’s Degree (Art History), New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts. Research Assistant, Grey Art Gallery. Manager, Summer Intern Program, Metropolitan Museum of Art. Manager, Direct Mail Publications Program, American Federation of Arts. Director, Worldwide Cultural Affairs, The Chase Manhattan Bank.