Howard Greenberg Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of photographs of Elvis Presley, Where is Elvis? (The Man and His Reflection). To commemorate the 25th anniversary of his death,we are honoring his memory in a group exhibition with photographs of and about the legendary figure. The public is cordially invited to attend an opening preview at the gallery, 120 Wooster St. Second Floor, on Thursday, June 20, from 6-8 pm. Beginning June 19th, the exhibition will be viewable at The Howard Greenberg Site.
One of the most photographed, and photogenic individuals ever, Elvis Presley (1935-77) seemed to live life in front of the camera, from private moments to the most public of displays. Here, then, are some of those defining moments as captured and interpreted by some of the photography world's finest including Albert Watson, William Eggleston, Ernest Withers, David LaChapelle, Jeff Scott, David Graham, Nathan Lyons, Alfred Wertheimer and many others. From the beginnings of a career to his early television and film appearances, photographs documented the rise of a young star. Photographers were there when Elvis was inducted into the Army, when he made films (more than 30, in total), made mistakes, made records and when he made millions.