New York, NY, October 12, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- On October 22nd from 6-9pm, Galerie Mourlot, a leading art gallery specializing in graphic works by modern and contemporary artists, is hosting the opening reception for Stéphane Kossmann's Walking New York exhibit. The event will highlight the diversity of NYC through Stéphane’s images of crowds and architecture, and emphasize the complex relationship between an artist and the object of study by bringing to light the interactions that take place between photographers and their human subjects.
Stéphane is a French photographer who has received international recognition and appraisal for his work photographing celebrities at the Cannes Film Festival for the past 25 years. He has written two books, Black & White Carpet, and Observations sur les marches de Cannes (Observations on the Steps at Cannes), and his work has been displayed in galleries and at film festivals in the USA, France, Switzerland, England, and Spain.
For more information about Galerie Mourlot and other programs and events, please visit their website galeriemourlot.com.
About Galerie Mourlot
Galerie Mourlot was founded in 1991 by Eric Mourlot. He is the grandson of Fernand Mourlot who, as the director of Atelier Mourlot in Paris, developed the largest and most famous print shop in the 20th century and collaborated with highly recognized artists including Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Joan Miró, Marc Chagall, Alexander Calder, and Francis Bacon to produce original lithographic works. Galerie Mourlot makes these masterpieces and their history available to the public at 16 E 79th street in NYC, NY, and internationally through galleries, museums, and art fairs.
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