Jack Kerouac, New York
1953

Simone de Beauvoir
1949

Venice, Italy
1965

North Carolina
1950

San Francisco, California [Golden Gate Bridge]
1955

New York City
1956

New York City [Central Park snow storm]
1977

New York City [Fifth Avenue]
1947

New York [Mother & child]
1953

Marilyn Monroe, New York City
1956

New York City [Empire State Building]
1955

Arkansas [beauty show]
1954

Marilyn Monroe, Reno, Nevada
1960

Valencia, Spain
1952

New York [couple kissing]
1953

Los Angeles
1955

California [Malibu Kiss]
1955

Finland [dancers]
2001

New York City [mirror]
1949

Bratski, Siberia
1967

New York [Men in tutus]
1956

Bakersfield
1983

New York City [Third Avenue]
1955

Provence, France
1955

Paris [man with umbrella]
1989

Waiters & Chefs, Hotel Ritz, Paris, France
1969

Paris [chair in park]
1951

Paris, France [jumping dog]
1989

Bally Cotton Eve
1968

New York [dog & sandals]
1946

New York [dog & boots]
1955

Yokohama, Japan
2003

New York [man with bulldog]
2000

The World of Elliott Erwitt

April 9 – August 27, 2011

In celebration of our grand move to gallery A1 from A7 in Bergamot Station, Peter Fetterman Gallery is pleased to announce two exhibitions, a selection of favorite images by photographer Elliott Erwitt in The World of Elliott Erwitt, and a series of winter images by up and coming photographer Jeffrey Conley in his “Winter”.

A member of the prestigious Magnum agency since 1954, Elliott Erwitt has photographed all over the world. With a keen eye, he sees beyond the tourist clichés and chronicles the charm of city life and relationships, whether they be between man and woman, or man and dog. His glimpse of California in Malibu Kiss for example, captures an intimate yet delightful moment between two lovers while watching the sun set into the Pacific horizon. His New York (2000) snapshot of a man sitting with his bulldog illustrates Erwitt’s witty and creative style.