Last winter, when the art economy was looking
especially dark, a group of Manhattan photography dealers got together
and decided to put on a spirit-lifting show: "New York Photographs."
galleries agreed to mount exhibitions — some dedicated to individual
artists, some to subjects like sex or music — of which six are currently
up. Together they offer a tantalizing series of glimpses, a dreamy tour
of the town from the Statue of Liberty to the streets of Spanish Harlem
and from the hurly-burly of Times Square to the furtive sexual
encounters of the old West Side piers.
Read the complete review in The New York Times.