Exhibitions at Duncan Miller Gallery
Portraits of over 100 personalities who influenced modern society.
Iconic American fashion photographer of the 1940s and 1950s.
Born in 1910 to a sculptor father and a musician mother, Fernand Fonssagrives, along with Irving Penn and Richard Avedon were the holy trinity of photographers in New York during the post-war years. Fonssagrives was at one stage the highest paid of the lot, and the star student at Alexey Brodovitch's Design Laboratory. His work could be seen on the pages of Vogue, Harpers, Town & Country. The names Avedon and Penn conjure fo… more
Christopher Colville (1974- ) After receiving his BFA in Anthropology and Photography from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri and MFA in Photography from the University of New Mexico, he returned home to the Sonoran Desert and is currently living in Phoenix.
Colville works with multiple art organizations and is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor at Arizona State University. Recent awards include the Humble Arts Foundation New Photography Grant, Artist Project Grant from the Ariz… more
Spanish photographer Isabel Muñoz takes as her primary subject the human body -- at rest and in motion, nude, clothed, and costumed, in private and on stage, individual and and archetypal. Her fascination with the body in relationship to itself, to the space it occupies and activates, and to other bodies has its origin in her own background in dance, and indeed dancers are frequently her models and subjects. But that initial impulse long ago blossomed into an expansive, almost anthropolog… more
Thomas Michael Alleman
Thomas Alleman presents images from his ongoing series Sunshine and Noir. Using a plastic low-fidelity Holga camera, Alleman embraces its lack of precision to create his surrealistic and often impressionistic landscape scenes.more
Danny LyonThe BikeridersNOVEMBER 29, 2012 - JANUARY 12, 2013Danny Lyon's 1968 book, The Bikeriders, became one of the most influential photographic works of the decade. Our exhibition contains the images that ushered the way for the 1969 film Easy Rider.The Bikeriders chronicles his four years as a bike rider (1963-1967), including two as a member of the Chicago Outlaws Motorcycle Club.Lyon joined the Outlaws and documented the daily lives of its members from the seat of his Triumph motorcy… more
Chris McCaw “Sunburned” works in Geneva and ParisDaniel Miller, gallery director of Duncan Miller Gallery, will be meeting with specific collectors in Geneva and Paris, showing new works by photographer Chris McCaw. These are works not yet seen in Europe.Duncan Miller Gallery introduced McCaw’s “Sunburned” unique paper negatives to Europe with a solo booth for the artist in 2009 at the fair PhotoOff in Paris. Since then the gallery has had two more shows of McCaw&rs… more
Chris McCaw's exhibition of his Sunburned work at Duncan Miller Gallery has been extended through November 24, 2012. This is the gallery's third exhibition of McCaw's work since 2008.
McCaw has created an innovative photographic process where he exposes vintage photo paper to the sun over long time frames with massive hand-built cameras. The result is a landscape image that is actually physically seared by the sun. This groundbreaking work creates unique paper negatives i… more
Duncan Miller Gallery is pleased to announce Chris McCaw: Sunburns, a one-person exhibition featuring new works from the Bay Area artist. The exhibition will be on view from April 10 to May 24.
Chris McCaw is a fine-art photographer who shoots with large-format cameras
(8 x 10, 16 x 20, or 20 x 24 inch), which he builds himself. Sunburns, as the series is titled, are unique images made as McCaw's camera lenses capture and intensify the sun's rays, which often burn a path across the paper.