AWARD-WINNING PHOTOGRAPHER SHEILA METZNER AUTHORS FROM LIFE

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Sheila Metzner. Joko. Passion. 1985. 

 The Cut released an article on Sheila Metzner’s book, “Sheila Metzner: From Life.”  The article highlights the current Staley-Wise exhibition displaying Sheila Metzner’s work that is now on view until January 20th, 2018.

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Captivating Photographs Turning Life into Art

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Sheila Metzner. Campidoglio, Fendi, 1986.

AnOther Magazine released an article and interview with photographer, Sheila Metzner.  The spread features our current Staley-Wise exhibition, “Sheila Metzner: From Life.” This exhibition is now on view from October 19th 2017 – January 20th, 2018.

Captivating Photographs Turning Life into Art

Written By: Alexandra Alexa

Exhibition Review: Women Seeing Women at Staley-Wise Gallery

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Sheila Metzner, The Passion of Rome, 1986.

Musee Magazine features an article on their website about the Staley-Wise exhibition, “Women Seeing Women”, highlighting the contrast of works of Magnum Photographers and women photographers in advertisement and editorial fields in the exhibition. Women Seeing Women, is on view from June 20th – August 31st.

Exhibition Review: Women Seeing Women

Written By: Isabella Weiss

Marilyn Monroe and Coco Chanel Appear in This All-Women Exhibition

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TheCut.com features the opening of “Women Seeing Women,” at Staley-Wise Gallery that opened on June 20th.  The article spotlights Marilyn Monroe photo by Arnold, and an image of Coco Chanel by Louise Dahl-Wolfe that are on view in the “Women Seeing Women” exhibition.

Marilyn Monroe and Coco Chanel Appear in This All-Women Exhibition

Written by: Chloe Fein

Remembering Deborah Turbeville, Kindred Spirit to Comme des Garçons

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New York Magazine‘s The Cut features the opening of “Deborah Turbeville, 1977–1981,” at Staley-Wise Gallery on May 4th in conjunction with the Metropolitan Museum’s Comme des Garçons retrospective.

The exhibition revisits photos of Comme des Garçons clothing by the late fashion photographer Deborah Turbeville in three series of photos: Comme des Garçons, Women in the Woods, and The Glass House.

Remembering Deborah Turbeville, Kindred Spirit to Comme des Garçons