Sean Kelly announces that the gallery now represents Dawoud Bey

Recognized as one of America’s most influential photographers, Dawoud Bey is celebrated for his rich and psychologically compelling portraits. Named a MacArthur Fellow in 2017, Bey explores in his work a range of formal and material methodologies to create images and projects that connect deeply with the communities he photographs. Highly regarded as an educator as well as a photographer, Bey is renowned for a highly collaborative process defined by the empathy he brings to his subjects and the complexity with which he depicts them. Bey came to attention with Harlem, U.S.A. (1975-1979) a visual journey through the iconic neighborhood that, in 1979, also comprised his first solo exhibition at The Studio Museum in Harlem. Since then, he has produced successive bodies of work that engage countless individuals to comprise collective portraits of disparate cultures and societies, some of which are commonly

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