Faces, Portraits of the 20th Century Gallery Show
Posted: February 26, 2015
Here at Turnbull, we have a passion for collecting and curating. Our new show highlights the faces of the 20th Century, through the lens of notable and prolific photographers. It’s an exhibition of original photographs spanning the years 1903-2000 and featuring works by 25 artists, including: Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham, Edward Curtis, George Hurrell, Yousuf Karsh, Dorothea Lange, Herb Ritts, Paul Strand, Jock Sturges, & Edward Weston.
Among the original photos:
“Migrant Mother 1936” by Dorothea Lange. An iconic image of The Great Depression.
“Ruth Shaw 1922” by Edward Weston. An early example of “Modernist Photography.”
“Jean Harlow 1934” by George Hurrell, Hollywood’s photographer to the stars.
“Winston Churchill 1941” by Yousuf Karsh. One of the most famous portraits in history.
“County Galway, Ireland 2000” by Jock Sturges. A haunting image of two very intense schoolgirls.
“Stephanie, Cindy, Christy, Tatjana, Naomi, Hollywood 1989” by Herb Ritts. A group portrait of the five iconic faces that graced every fashion and cosmetics ad in the 1980’s.
“James Dean 1954” by Roy Schatt. A classic image of the young rebel at 23.
The show opens April 10. No rsvp is needed, just visit our Gallery Tasting Room daily from 10am – 5pm to see the stunning and iconic imagery. See you soon!