Marin Magazine recently featured Gallery 291 and its owner Ed Carey in a recent article, in which author Cheryl Popp calls the gallery a “social haven for local artists, photographers and aficionados.”
Carey first opened the gallery at 291 Geary St.; it was only fitting that it be named Gallery 291, an homage to Alfred Stieglitz’s gallery by the same name at 291 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. Stieglitz’s gallery was a showcase for avant-garde photography and art of the time. Carey moved his gallery inside The Image Flow last year.
“It seemed only logical that the gallery share space with The Image Flow, a high-end digital print shop that also offers classes and workshops in photography. The spacious, unassuming site off of Miller is a hidden gem that lends itself to both enterprises,” writes Popp.
The Mill Valley gallery will next showcase Dan Estabrook. An opening reception will be held August 23.
Read the full article here.
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