Neal Slavin discusses the body of work featured in our December show at the gallery:
"Sometimes it is surprising how much humanity is revealed in a group picture. 'When people come together, they’re not private anymore; they’re public,' he said. 'Their public persona comes out.' Those who look closely, however, can often see glimpses of the private side. 'You’ll see it in the way someone recedes into the background or thrusts his shoulder forward,” he said. “There are hints. That’s what makes this so intriguing.'"