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Elevated Lines at Inwood Art Works Gallery

The elevated lines of New York City’s subway system serve all 5 boroughs and provide an amazing visual survey of the city as it stands today. In this fascinating new exhibition, photographer Bruce Katz reveals the unique character of the city, as seen from its above-ground subway stations.

Vestiges of 1900s New York remain mixed with new development, gentrification, and sometimes abject neglect. Residential, retail, and industrial exist side by side—sometimes all within the span of one subway stop. Viewed from the platform edge one can see the city’s discordant mix of old and new and the ever-present renewal/decay/transition of its neighborhoods.

Biography

Bruce Katz is an architectural, portrait and fine art photographer based in New York City. Working regularly for a diverse clientele over a 38 year career, his work has appeared in Architectural DigestNew York MagazineLandscape Architecture, and The Washington Post as well as for top hospitality and design firms throughout the country.

Bruce is a strong advocate for business education for photographers and teaches at the International Center of Photography in New York.  He is an active member of American Society of Media Photographers and has served on the National and NY Chapter board of directors.

His classic New York portfolio was honored as the Best of ASMP in 2014. He has recently exhibited at Alice Austen House Museum, Photoville in Brooklyn (2016 and 2017), and the Arsenal Gallery in NYC. Images from his City Limits project is in the New York Historical Society’s collection.

Aaron Simms, Curator & Executive Producer

Inwood Art Works Gallery hours:

  • Thursday: 6-10pm
  • Friday: 6-10pm
  • Saturday: 12-8pm
  • Sunday: 12-6pm

Opening Reception:  Thursday, January 3, 2019

Fine Art Photography Panel Discussion at Inwood Art Works Gallery

Bruce Katz and Aaron Simms, moderators. Panelists include ASMPNY photographers: Liam Alexander, Stephen Mallon, Barry Rosenthal, Lauren Wells, and more. A wide-ranging discussion will cover the artists’ work, experiences dealing with exhibitions, marketing, working with commercial galleries, non-traditional exhibitions, collectors, institutions, and networking in the photo community of New York.

For more information on what’s happening at the Gallery, visit http://www.inwoodartworks.nyc / @InwoodArtWorks

Photo: Seven Almonds by Liam Alexander

Family Story Time at Inwood Art Works Gallery

Ages 1-101! Be prepared to giggle, wiggle, and even supply the sound effects for this interactive Story Time.  Gina Verdi, creative educator and frequent guest host of story time at The Astoria Bookshop, returns to Inwood with stories of light, love, and all things cozy.  Invite your friends* to celebrate this magical time of year with us.

*Fairy Godmothers and Imaginary Friends are welcome too!

Stroller Parking available indoors.

 

Elevated Lines at Inwood Art Works Gallery

The elevated lines of New York City’s subway system serve all 5 boroughs and provide an amazing visual survey of the city as it stands today. In this fascinating new exhibition, photographer Bruce Katz reveals the unique character of the city, as seen from its above-ground subway stations.

Vestiges of 1900s New York remain mixed with new development, gentrification, and sometimes abject neglect. Residential, retail, and industrial exist side by side—sometimes all within the span of one subway stop. Viewed from the platform edge one can see the city’s discordant mix of old and new and the ever-present renewal/decay/transition of its neighborhoods.

Biography

Bruce Katz is an architectural, portrait and fine art photographer based in New York City. Working regularly for a diverse clientele over a 38 year career, his work has appeared in Architectural DigestNew York MagazineLandscape Architecture, and The Washington Post as well as for top hospitality and design firms throughout the country.

Bruce is a strong advocate for business education for photographers and teaches at the International Center of Photography in New York.  He is an active member of American Society of Media Photographers and has served on the National and NY Chapter board of directors.

His classic New York portfolio was honored as the Best of ASMP in 2014. He has recently exhibited at Alice Austen House Museum, Photoville in Brooklyn (2016 and 2017), and the Arsenal Gallery in NYC. Images from his City Limits project is in the New York Historical Society’s collection.

Aaron Simms, Curator & Executive Producer

Inwood Art Works Gallery hours:

  • Thursday: 6-10pm
  • Friday: 6-10pm
  • Saturday: 12-8pm
  • Sunday: 12-6pm

Opening Reception:  Thursday, January 3, 2019

Uptown Opera Celebration at Inwood Art Works Gallery

FREE. RSVP through Eventbrite. Enjoy an evening of duets and arias celebrating our incredible vibrant opera community. Professional singers can sign up to share their talent, as well as connect with each other over refreshments.  Whether you wish to sing or sit in the audience, all are welcome!  Sign-up begins at 7:00pm, as space allows, or email:submissions@inwoodartworks.nyc

For more information on what’s happening at the Gallery, visit http://www.inwoodartworks.nyc / @InwoodArtWorks