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Café Berlin
May 24 - Jun 15, 2018
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We were pleased to host James' latest show titled: Café Berlin. In these newest pieces, James depicts a liberal Berlin ran by the Weimar Republic. In these varied mediums pieces (oil, gouache and pencil), the images truly come to life in park scenes and cafes lit masterfully by James. The show was a great success, many of the pieces having sold, but not to worry, there are still pieces on exhibit as well as some available for purchase.

Lynn Shaler   
Winter 2017
November 9 - Nov 30, 2017
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   At Lynn's latest show, we debuted some fantastic pieces while revisiting some of her first impeccable creations. The event was filled with lively conversations as old friends reunited and new friends had the chance to meet the artist and join the Gallery 71 family. If you missed it, don't fret; we'll see you soon, as there is another show underway. If you'd like to be the first to know: shoot us an email @!      

James Stewart   
September 24, 2015 - October 15, 2015
5 pm - 8 pm
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James Stewart Exhibit

Opening Reception with the artist, Thursday September 24, 2015, 5-8PM
The show will run till October 15, 2015

James Stewart has been one of Gallery 71's prominent artists since 1995.  He received his art education at Thiel College and at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.  Mr. Stewart has received several accolades: the 2007 Guggenheim Fellowship for Painting Stimson Prize For Sculpture, Black and White Print Prize, the Philadelphia Artist Award, and the Stewardson Prize for Sculpture, just to name a few.

We are pleased to present his most recent works, which are captivating with intriguing subjects.  The works transport you to the very scene they depict; whether it's schmoozing at a nightclub or enjoying a late night campfire at a youthful bash.  Please join us for the opening reception of James Stewart's 7th show at Gallery 71, Thursday September 24th from 5-8 pm.


Alfred González   
Photographs by Alfred González
December 19, 2013 - January 9, 2014
5:00-8:00 pm, December 19, 2013
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Alfred González: A long-Time Gallery Owner Unveils His Own Photographic Art

Not only does Alfred capture a sense of Paris with the same sensitivity of the master French photographers of the past, but he adds a unique edge; as evident in the way he juxtaposes the image of delicate painting with a steel iron girder. Though his photographic talents may be new to me, it's obvious that we're seeing works captured by a seasoned eye.

-Robert Farber

New York, NY—The exquisitely selective eye that has made Alfred Gonzalez's Gallery 71 an Upper East Side landmark as an oasis for prints and paintings by realists ranging from the great 19th century Ashcan School master John Sloan to the contemporary watercolorist Marion Welch, is everywhere evident in the first exhibition of Gonzalez's own photography.

Although Gonzalez, who grew up in Spanish Harlem and was educated at Manhattanville College and Pratt Institute, has been been taking pictures since childhood, his photography has been a well kept secret up to now. This selection, featuring austere black and white images of Paris notable for their formal beauty and contemplative content, will doubtless add a hyphen and the word "artist" to this respected gallery director's job description.

One standout among the several archival pigment prints on view was "Homage to Harold Altman, in which Gonzalez pays tribute to one of his gallery artists with an atmospheric image of a lone figure on a bench in a public park, viewed from a certain distance, the chiaroscuro of the surrounding foliage suggesting the subtly stippled surfaces of Altman's own paintings and prints. Another was "Amalia," an engaging rear view of a little girl sitting on a curb, her thick black pigtails dangling down the back of her white dress as she gazes dreamily across a picturesquely cobblestoned street. Yet another, "Love on the Seine," captures the public contortions of a couple on a stone bench near the fabled river of that romantic city.

This exemplary debut exhibition firmly establishes Alfred Gonzalez as a colleague in vision of the fine artists he has exhibited and championed for going on two decades.

–– Ed McCormack

Managing Editor

Gallery & Studio magazine


Marion Welch   
Nighttime in New York
Thursday, May 5, 2011 - Thursday, May 19, 2011
5 pm - 8 pm
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    We are pleased to announce water colorist Marion Welch's fifth exhibition at Gallery 71.  This show entitled, "Nighttime in New York", is sure to be a huge hit with any fan of New York City  and Central Park.  All 30 watercolors in the show will feature some of the most spectacular views of New York City Buildings and landmarks as well as Central Park bridges and vistas that will captivate the viewer.  There is nothing more beautiful than New York City and Central Park at Night.      

James Stewart   
James Stewart: One Man Exhibition
September 23 - Oct 7, 2010
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   Gallery 71 is proud to present James Stewart in his sixth One Man Exhibition.  The show will run for two weeks, from the 23rd of September to the 7th of October, 2010.  Please contact the gallery to preview the show    

Lynn Shaler   
Lynn Shaler: Etchings of Paris
Thursday, October 29th, 2009 - Thursday, November 12th, 2009
5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
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            Lynn Shaler is currently having her seventh one-woman exhibition here at Gallery 71. On view are over 90 of her etching-aquatints spanning her thirty-year career. Lynn's subjects include evocative interiors, lush gardens, and her signature images of Parisian street scenes.