December 12 Opening Reception and Book Signing

1455998_309883822484073_724227215_nSteven Kasher Gallery is honored to present the photography exhibition Danny Fitzgerald and Les Demi Dieux: Brooklyn Boys, from December 12th, 2013 to January 18th, 2014

Please join us for the opening reception and book signing with Richard Bennett on December 12th from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

This will be Fitzgerald’s first exhibition. Included will be 35 portraits and male nudes in both black and white and color. The exhibition is mounted in conjunction with the recently released book of the same title (Bruno Gmünder, 2013).

The exhibition is presented in conjunction with Roxanne Lowit: Be Fabulous. Steven Kasher Gallery is located at 521 W. 23rd St., New York, NY 10011. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m..

Read more at www.stevenkasher.com/exhibition/97/press_release

Let us know you’re coming to the opening at www.facebook.com/events/417559405034214

 

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Brooklyn Boys Arrive in the USA

20131111-082102.jpgThe suspense has been killing us!

But good news: Brooklyn Boys has arrived at its United States distributor and should be delivered to Amazon within the next ten days. (So, ignore those pesky Amazon notices and extended delivery dates.) And we see it’s already available on the TLA website.

We’re monitoring the delivery and we’ll keep you posted!

Richard Bennett, Signing Photos, 2013

Richard Bennett, the photographer’s partner and muse, signing vintage photographs for the December exhibit at the Steven Kasher Gallery, NYC.

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Brooklyn Boys 3: Richard Bennett

2441-2This is the third in a series of excerpts from the biographical introduction to Brooklyn Boys, the new monograph on Danny Fitzgerald and Les Demi Dieux.

With the start of the 1960s, Fitzgerald met Richard Bennett, the man who would become his collaborator and life partner until Fitzgerald’s death in 2000. A chiseled, masculine beauty with the natural ability of a classic artistic poser, Bennett came to New York City from working-class Scranton, Pennsylvania, looking for acting and modeling gigs. He apparently pursued Fitzgerald himself, submitting his resume to Fitzgerald through an enthusiast in the Bronx who was familiar with the photographer’s aesthetic.

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