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The New Yorker reviews Small Things Considered

July 8 2014 – August 21 2014

At a time when photographers are making prints the size of picture windows, it’s a relief to spend time with this show of fifty-five images small enough to hold in your hand. Works by Helen Levitt, Edward Weston, Harry Callahan, and Robert Frank ground the exhibition in subtle, seductive visions. But classics are neatly balanced by equally compact contemporary material, including Liz Nielsen’s understated abstractions and Kazuo Sumida’s marvellously succinct shots of people on the New York subway.