New (Funny) Show in April

I know I said i'd be rotating through the museum displays with some frequency, but I was really settling into the selection of Cartier-Bresson, Kertesz, Doisneau and Erwitt that we had up on the main wall, and having trouble motivating to change it. But when Carlos suggested we focus on April Fools Day and put up a new "fun" show i recognized it was an awesome idea and we immediately got to work reframing some of the collection.

Robert Doisneau, "Dog on Wheels," Paris 1977

Interestingly, the show is STILL Cartier-Bresson, Kertesz, Doisneau and Erwitt, but instead of the more romantic and moody selections we were featuring previously, for the current exhibit, we're looking at humor. Because of this, fantastic prints by Elliott Erwitt are moving center stage (For me, he is one of the most influential photographers on my street photography, and I think he could be for you too.) Come explore the funny juxtapositions and surprising subjects, the silly, the sweet, the ironic. A dozen new (old) photos by these masters of street photography will be on display through April.

Elliott Erwitt, "The Painting Studio" East Hampton, NY, 1983