2 edition of Gita Lenz found in the catalog.
Published in conjunction with an exhibition held at Gitterman Gallery, New York, N.Y., Sept. 23-Nov. 20, 2010.
|Statement||introduction by Gordon Stettinius|
|Contributions||Stettinius, Gordon, Gitterman Gallery|
|LC Classifications||TR655 .L455 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||2010929823|
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Working primarily from the s through the early s, the American photographer Gita Lenz () made documents of New York street life that won her early recognition and inclusion in two group shows curated by Edward Steichen for The Museum of Modern Art, a three-person show at the Brooklyn Museum and numerous articles and features in photography magazines of the Author: Gordon Stettinius, Gita Lenz.
Candela Books is proud to announce the release of its first title, Gita Lenz: Photographs. The book release coincides with an exhibition of vintage black and white photographs by Gita Lenz at Gitterman Gallery in New York City.
The exhibition will open with a reception and book release on Wednesday, September 22nd from 6 to 8 p.m. and continue through Saturday, November 20th. Gita Lenz: Photographs. Published by Candela Books. Introduction by Gordon Stettinius. Working primarily from the s through the early s, the American photographer Gita Lenz () made documents of New York street life that won her early recognition and inclusion in two group shows curated by Edward Steichen for The Museum of Modern Art, a three-person show at the Brooklyn.
Gita Lenz ~ An Introduction (draft) I first met Gita Gita Lenz book during a show of my own work at a gallery in New York City in Gita was getting around the city in a wheelchair at this point, but along with our mutual friend, Timothy Bartling, she just seemed happy to be out on the town and to be looking at photography.
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Gita Lenz: Photographs is the result of the efforts of two individuals, Timothy Bartling and Gordon inwhen Timothy, Gita’s friend and neighbor, was helping her move into an assisted living facility in West Greenwich Village, he was not sure what should be done with all of the photographic work that she had asked him to take care of.
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Inwhen photographer Gita Lenz moved into an assisted living facility in West Greenwich Village, her friend Timothy Bartling assisted her with her transition. When he realized the wealth of photography that Gita needed help with, he contacted photographer Gordon Stettinius, to explore what could be done with Gita's photography.
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Lenz’ story is a compelling one. She had been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art and elsewhere, but her career was cut short due to the inherent challenges facing most anyone.
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Gita Lenz passed away on Thursday, January 20th, at a nursing home in New York City. Lenz turned in October and lived to see her work published by Candela Books.
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