New York City
548 West 28th Street
Joseph Gross Gallery
"The Eagle Hunters"
Photographs by Lyle Owerko
Lyle Owerko is a filmmaker and photographer whose work has ranged from Sundance Channel to Time to MTV. His photos are collected by business, entertainment and celebrity clients, have been used in several films including Henry Singer's The Falling Man and The Omen (2006 film), as well as books such as Jonathan Safran Foer's Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. His work is also included in the permanent archive of the Library of Congress in Washington DC. Owerko travels extensively around the world each year shooting assignments and personal work. He resides in New York City.
"Internal Politics: Great Expectations"
Photographic & Mixed Media Invitational group show
curated by Vernita Nemec from April 26th – May 14th, 2016
("The New York Stock Exchange" by Jackie Lima)
"Recently, Holland Cotter addressed the issue of art and politics in his New York Times essay 3.19.'16 -Making Museums Moral Again- wherein he reminds us of the power of art to address political issues"
("Secrets of Dark Matter" by Jenny Brown "The Melancholy of Dragons" by Bob Tomlinson, "terra Cotta House" part by Norma Greenwood, "Don't Push" by Robert Cendedella)
"It’s art – what does it mean to you?"
("Boy and Rock" by Alex Woodhouse, "Mickey Mao" by David Yendes)
These artists have expressed their concerns about the environment, the presidency and numerous other matters that affect our world today.
("Mom" by Alan Gaynor, "Rump $5" by Ed herman,
"The Dealmaker" by Susan Sills, "Hail Hail" by May DeViney)