Sohn Fine Art Expanding to Lenox Location
LENOX, Mass. — Sohn Fine Art has announced its expansion and move to a new location.
Now located at 69 Church St., Sohn Fine Art is currently exhibiting selected works by artists the gallery represents. This exhibition will remain on view through Aug. 18, with a grand re-opening reception on Saturday, Aug. 16, from 3 to 7 p.m., where guests will have the rare opportunity to meet most of the artists the gallery represents.
In addition to a larger space, and the expansion of all divisions of the company, including the gallery, fine art archival printing, and workshops, Sohn Fine Art now also officially offers framing.
The current exhibition reveals the large range of photographic mediums and styles of the artists. This includes work by award winning master photographer Greg Gorman, who is known for his striking black and white celebrity portraits and nudes, as well as John Atchley's abstracts, that hone in on the details and subtleties in nature. Visitors will also find on view a sanitary still life of a chicken foot on a white cloth by Anne Mourier-Defalco, and enchanting Berkshire tree portraits, printed with incredible detail and depth as sepia -toned solar plate etchings (photo Intaglios) by Yvette Lucas. National Geographic photographer Nathan Benn's photographs are keenly observed and evocative depictions of Americana, revealing a side of culture and values during specific times and places not usually captured. Newly represented Russian photographer Anton Lyalin's striking portraits of Africa capture rare and emotional moments of animals in their grand, natural habitats.
Sohn Fine Art Gallery's Stockbridge location (6 Elm St.) will also remain open through Aug. 30, with the exhibition "One Hundred Sixty Thousand Miles of Color," featuring one year of photographic work shot in five continents and over 20 countries by award winning photographer Seth Resnick, as part of the 2014 Master Artist Series Program.