C+C Photography Gallery is pleased to announce its new gallery space inside the picturesque Via Bice on Worth Avenue in Palm Beach.
Please join us for a special event on Thursday, October 26th to kick off the Fall season at our newest location in the heart of the Big Apple.
Exhibition highlights include Rollercoaster, Dogwalker, and Cisco Disco from Coe's latest series shot on Nantucket between 2022-23, as well as with a curated selection of works that highlight the artist's enduring connection to the island.
Please join us for a special artist talk on July 7th from 6-7pm at the Nantucket Atheneum where internationally renowned photographer Stephen Wilkes will discuss his incredible career with a special focus on his brand new image of Nantucket from his “Day to Night" series, followed by a Q&A.
World-famous photographer Stephen Wilkes reveals Nantucket like you’ve never seen it before. The artist's newest masterpiece from his "Day to Night" series, Brant Point Lighthouse, Nantucket, Day to Night, 2022, will make its official debut at our Nantucket gallery on July 6th from 5-7pm.
In conjunction with our upcoming exhibition, Joyce Tenneson: UNVEILED, don't miss the screening of Tenneson's feature documentary on June 22nd at the 2023 Nantucket Film Festival.
An outtake from O'Neill's legendary 1977 photoshoot with Faye Dunaway at the pool at the Beverly Hills Hotel the morning after winning the Oscar for Best Actress for the film "Network" is on view at our New York gallery through August 26th as part of "Terry O'Neill: Greatest Hits."
"Stars" is on view now at Fotografiska New York. Terry O'Neill's iconic photograph of Elton John performing on stage at Dodger Stadium in 1975, along with a selection of his best-known works, can also be viewed in our summer feature exhibition, "Terry O'Neill: Greatest Hits."
"Stars," opening June 2nd at Fotografiska New York, will mark Terry O'Neill's first museum solo show in NYC.
Opening this summer at Fotografiska New York, Terry O'Neill "Stars" will highlight the legendary photographer's career spanning six decades. Running concurrently with this widely anticipated retrospective, C+C Photography Gallery is pleased to present "Terry O'Neill: Greatest Hits," featuring a curated selection of works on view from June 8 - August 26 at our New York and Nantucket galleries.
C+C Photography Gallery hosts a Daffodil Weekend Celebration in Nantucket on Saturday, April 29th.
Coe + Co Photography Gallery is pleased to announce our expansion to New York City in the Spring of 2023. With our new location, we will also introduce our updated gallery name, C+C Photography Gallery.
Christophe von Hohenberg presents Serenity, a selection of previously unseen photographs from the series White Album at Coe + Co Gallery in Palm Beach until April 2nd, 2023.
Dean West’s “The Palms: Volume I” opened on Friday, February 17, at Coe + Co Gallery in Palm Beach. Dean West generously donated a print of his newly released “Cade Silhouette #2” to benefit the Turkish Philanthropy Funds, currently raising money for earthquake relief. The print is valued at $5,000 + $1,500 for museum framing, and 100% of the auction proceeds will be donated. A Silent Auction will be held for the duration of the exhibition for bids on this piece. Click HERE for more information on the donation.
Coe + Co Announces New Location at 292 South County Road, Palm Beach, FL, Opening Fall 2022.
Prints for Wildlife, a pioneering photographic print fundraiser featuring world-class nature photographers, is returning in 2022.
Have you ever wondered about the stories behind some of the world’s most iconic images? Our series “Legendary Photos,” features photographers from Canon’s Legends program giving us behind-the-scenes insight on how they captured these unforgettable moments.
For the September issue of National Geographic, photographer Stephen Wilkes traveled to some of America's most picturesque landscapes. Using his signature “day to night” photography, he captured everything from sunrise to moonrise in one frame.
When the Bat-signal appears in the skies of Gotham City, it means that the city needs the Caped Crusader, one of the iconic heroes of DC Comics: Batman.
From showcasing the ghosts of Ellis Island to capturing an alternate dimension for the "Stranger Things" season four campaign, Stephen Wilkes' photographs aim to "make you feel something."
"What I try to do is capture a place that's familiar, but I want to show it to you in a way you've never seen it before. I'm a storyteller," the National Geographic photographer told "Good Morning America."
Perhaps Wilkes is best known for his award-winning Day to Night series in which he goes through painstaking measures to capture the passage of time in a single image.
His epic landscapes require hours of patience—and ingenuity under pressure.
This month’s National Geographic cover is a time-lapse image by Stephen Wilkes that captures America’s beauty in one of the most hard-to-reach places.
Renowned American photographer Elliott Erwitt has captured more presidents since Harry Truman than any other photographer.
Kirsty Mitchell's photographic project, which brings to life the fantasy settings that we only find in the most magical dreams.
A few years ago I came across a photo that rocked me. I simply had to know more about it. The photographer was Harry Benson, whose work I knew but not well, so I proceeded to his website and sent an inquiry to a general email address expecting to get a terse response from an intern or an archivist.
Coe + Co Photography Gallery announces our participation in Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary, presented by Art Miami. Presenting works by Nathan Coe, Dean West, Joachim Schmeisser, Alison Jackson, Andrew Blauschild, and Tyler Shields. Booth B7.
Christophe von Hohenberg has made a name for himself as one of the most celebrated photographers of his generation with a body of work exhibiting a distinctive urban sensibility.
Meanwhile down there in Palm Beach John Paulson and Jane Holzer (a.k.a Baby Jane Holzer — she’ll always be to many of us) co-hosted the private preview last Thursday night of Christophe von Hohenberg’s stunning The White Album of the Hamptons at Cavalier Galleries on South County Road.
Cavalier Gallery with Jane Holzer & John Paulson host a VIP Pre-Show Viewing of Christophe von Hohenberg’s new book of photographs, The White Album of the Hamptons.
Diane Arbus, Ruth Orkin, Vivian Maier and more on shaping the female gaze of the Street Photography genre.
Works by 100 photographers from around the world will be sold until the end of the year by Vital Impacts, a non-profit that provides financial support to community-orientated conservation organizations and amplifies the work of photographers who are raising awareness of their efforts.
Sharbat Gula, whose haunting portrait was featured by the magazine more than three decades ago, was evacuated to Rome after the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan.
Slim Aarons built a career documenting the lives of the rich and beautiful.
As catastrophic wildfires, deadly flooding, record-breaking heat domes and drought inundate our world here and abroad, it is not hard to see why British photographer Nick Brandt is inspired to tell the stories of the people and animals most affected by the deteriorating conditions of our planet.
Photographer Terry O’Neill knew people better than he knew cameras.
Coe + Co Announces relocation to prime space on Nantucket's Main Street
In his latest book, photographer Joachim Schmeisser gets up close and personal with the continent’s wildest creatures.
The Coe + Co. Photography Gallery was the setting for a reception and book-signing to benefit a scholarship fund for Dreyfoos School of the Arts students.
"PERNiCiEM: The Endangered Species Connection" will go on view at the California Science Center starting on Earth Day.
Coe + Co Photography Gallery announces our participation in The Palm Beach Show. Presenting works by Andy Warhol, Terry O'Neill, Milton H Greene, Norman Parkinson, Nathan Coe, Dean West, Joachim Schmeisser, Alison Jackson, Steve McCurry, Andrew Blauschild, Reuben Wu, and Tyler Shields.
In this original short story, a couple flees the bustle of the city for Desolation Sound, British Columbia. Their urges to do and be more, though, prove harder to shake.
Photographer Reuben Wu creates light painting photography with the help of long exposures and drones.
Photographer Nathan Coe brings his artful nudes to South Florida.
Book signing for Steve McCurry "Animals" at Coe+Co Palm Beach
Coe + Co Photography Gallery announces our participation in Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary, presented by Art Miami. Presenting works by David Burdeny, Debranne Cingari, Nathan Coe, Elliott Erwitt, Milton H Greene, Steve McCurry, Kirsty Mitchell, Terry O’Neill, Norman Parkinson, Tyler Shields, Dean West, and Parish Kohanim.
Coe + Co Gallery Announces Expansion to Palm Beach, FL, opening Winter 2019
Terry O’Neill, who as a novice photographer found himself shooting pictures of an up-and-coming group called the Beatles and never looked back, spending a lifetime capturing memorable images of musicians, movie stars and other celebrity gods of the age, died on Saturday at his home in London. He was 81.
Steve McCurry Releases a new book called "Steve McCurry. Animals," published by Taschen.
In his new book ‘Day to Night,’ the photographer uses technology to play tricks on the eye.
To mark the release of a new book of the legendary late fashion photographer Norman Parkinson's work, his long-time collaborator Grace Coddington reflects on what made him so unique.
When British photographer Kirsty Mitchell lost her mother to cancer in winter of 2008, the then-fashion designer threw herself into a project of grief to help her escape her new painful reality.
Coe & Co Photography Gallery Opens in Nantucket, MA; a collaboration between photographer Nathan Coe and Cavalier Ebanks Galleries, bringing to the island a focused selection of works by leading fine art photographers.