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Donald Kuspit’s Review of Lynn Stern’s “Signs Half Seen” Exhibition

Lynn Stern’s Photo-Abstractions by Donald Kuspit The first photograph was abstract, however inadvertently.  It was made by Joseph Niépce in 1826 or 1827.   Here is Douwe Draaisma’s description of it:   “The exposure time was a full eight hours.  In this … Continue reading

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Exciting Lynn Stern News!

The Lynn Stern Archive has just been acquired by the Center for Creative Photography in Tucson. The Center for Creative Photography is the largest institution in the world dedicated to the promotion, exhibition, and documentation of North American photography. Here … Continue reading

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Lynn Stern “Signs Half Seen” Opening March 1st

We are pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition of Lynn Stern’s recent work, Signs Half Seen at our gallery located at 16 East 79th Street on the second floor. The opening will take place on Thursday evening, March 1st, between … Continue reading

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We received an inquiry about a bronze in our collection. I thought the response interesting and worth posting as a blog Antoine-Louis Barye’s bronzes have been an avocation for many, many years. We have a small personal collection, which I … Continue reading

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Huguette Caland at auction October 2011

We were delighted to see the results of the recent sales in the Middle East of Huguette Caland’s works on the eve of her exhibition opening at our gallery in New York November 2nd. Caland’s mixed media on canvas piece, … Continue reading

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Upcoming Exhibition – Huguette Caland “Under Cover” – Opens November 2nd

We are very excited to announce Huguette Caland’s upcoming exhibition at Peter Findlay Gallery opening Wednesday November 2nd from 6 till 8pm. The show will run through Thursday December 8th. Entitled Under Cover, the show will feature a selection of … Continue reading

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David Gilhooly’s “FrogFood” – A look into the work of a California Contemporary Ceramic Artist

Food has long been the focus of artistic examination, whether it has adopted the form of still life or larger than life scale sculptures ala Claes Oldenberg. However David Gilhooly surely takes his own unique approach. For close to a … Continue reading

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Memorial Day Weekend Hours

We will be closed as 4pm Friday May 27th through Tuesday May 31st at 1:30pm. We hope you have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend and a great start to the summer! Please feel free to email us at or … Continue reading

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Saturday May 7th

Peter Findlay Gallery will be open from 1 to 4:30pm so please come in and visit our group show featuring works by Norman Bluhm, Salvador Dali, Jean Dubuffet, Sam Francis, Pablo Picasso and more. We hope to see you in … Continue reading

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Steve Perrault’s New Paintings

Last week we had a wonderful surprise! A large box arrived from Steve Perrault containing two of his new large format paintings. They are spectacular. For most of his artistic career, Perrault has painted in two size formats – 28 x … Continue reading

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