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Laurence Miller Gallery
Laurence Miller Gallery
New York - 521 West 26th Street 5th floor - NY 10001
February 2019 marks the gallery's 35th Anniversary, making it one of the oldest continually operating galleries in New York City specializing in the art of photography. Since opening in 1984, Laurence Miller Gallery has concentrated on the exhibition and sale of museum quality contemporary and vintage fine art photography, having presented over 250 exhibitions. The gallery specializes in American photography since 1940, Asian photography since 1950, and international contemporary photo-based art.

Laurence Miller has over forty years experience in the fine art photography market, not only as a gallerist and curator, but also as an active collector. In his earliest years as an associate of Light Gallery and later as owner/director of the Laurence Miller Gallery, he has represented many of photography's modern masters. Since its beginning the gallery has mounted numerous photographic exhibitions significant to the world of fine art photography and continually works with museum, corporate, and private collections worldwide. As a member of the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) and the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD), the gallery is committed to representing and exhibiting artworks of the highest quality in every regard.

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