Successful European premiere of “Store Front - The Disappearing Face of New York ‘: A touch of New York in Munich
Submitted by Redakt snapshot … on Mon, 2012-04-16 16:04.
First presented in Europe, the New York artist couple, James and Karla Murray, her award-winning photographs from the series “Store Front - The Disappearing Face of New York.” Around 250 guests attended the opening on 29 March in the “photo gallery in the Blue House” in Munich Schwabing. The exhibition runs until 26 May see too.
Munich, April 2012, based in Munich, “photo gallery in the Blue House” was on the evening of 29 March to late at night full. The reason is that, provided with many awards photo documentary “Storefront - The Disappearing Face of New York” celebrated its European premiere of the Schwabing gallery. Gallery director Nick Hermann, welcomed some 250 guests - including the specially flown in from New York artist couple James and Karla Murray.
The response to the 35 images shown was outstanding. Nick Hermann: “The response to this exhibition is really great. But I almost expected. . Finally, the photographs of James and Karla Murray in the media were downright exuberant celebration “The European premiere of” photo gallery in the Blue House “sparked considerable media attention - the Sueddeutsche Zeitung reported as delighted as the star. Nick Hermann: “James and Karla Murray in recent years in all the major talk shows in the U.S. as guests, they got great reviews for her work from The New York Times about Financial up to the Rolling Stone. That the two party to be in our intimate gallery its European premiere, makes me happy and proud. ”
Until 26 May 35 in the photo gallery in the Blue House can be seen. The works were created during the period of ten years in New York. They show the expenses of small shops, mom and pop shops and storefronts of a New York City, as - development goes on - soon will be no more. About half of the shown “storefronts,” said the Murrays, there is now no longer.
About the photo gallery in the Blue House:
Since June 2010, the gallery features changing exhibitions of pictures of German and international photographers. The focus is on contemporary, pure, unmanipulated photography that is affordable for young collectors and people having fun at the art of photography.
Dienstag – Freitag: 15.00 bis 19.00 Uhr
Samstag: 11.00 bis 16.00 Uhr