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Art Gallery in Chelsea, Manhattan
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Wonderful interview with Dillon Gallery photographer Brian Rose in Cool Hunting !

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Great article in Business Insider about Dillon Gallery photographer Brian Rose's "Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013!"

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Dillon Gallery artist Cristina De Middel in Mashable for her series "Polyspam"

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It was the winter of 1985, when Brian Rose decided to explore the Meatpacking District with his 4x5 view camera. Early in the morning before dawn, it was a scene of carnage as men grappled with meat carcasses hanging from hooks under metal awnings along the streets. At night, a different sort of meat market took place as prostitutes prowled the same streets, and leather clad men sought the anonymous doors of sex clubs. But during the daytime when Rose wandered the streets, the area was utterly abandoned — a stage set New York — as if the actors had all gone on break. The desolation is astonishing in light of what has happened in recent years to the Meatpacking District and New York in general. 

Come see the transformation. Brian Rose "Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013"
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Great article about Brian Rose's "Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013" in BlackBook

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We are so excited for the opening of Brian Rose "Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013" this Tuesday! Opening reception with the artist 6-8pm. Also, don't forget to join our social media contest for a chance to win a copy of Brian's book plus other amazing prices! Remember to tag @dillongallery and #MeatpackingDillon
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Julian Crouch, originator of the wonderful Armchair Parade, has been nominated for the American Theatre Wing's Tony Awards!

http://www.tonyawards.com/en_US/nominees/shows/201312301388430122329.html 

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Blouin Artinfo video of Paris Photo LA showcases Cristina De Middel's series "The Party"

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Dillon Gallery artist Ultra Violet in the New York Times

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Dill Gallery artist Ultra Violet's exhibition "Ultra Violet- The Studio Recreated," is featured in DuJour magazine. A wonderful article by writer Brian Schaefer.
He writes, "The former Superstar—if she ever stopped being one—still shines with the glamour and mischievousness of the ‘60s, still dons purple wigs, wears multiple Ultra Violet pins and is forever seeking the best way to market, merchandise and memorialize herself. She is indeed a product of The Factory.
But 'Ultra Violet: The Studio Recreated' is not a time capsule. It is itself a type of memoir of a mature, reflective and still imaginative artist looking forward. 'Art is my life,' Ultra Violet says. And her life is art."
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