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Bill Beckley

BILL BECKLEY's narrative photo works are in the public collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney, the Guggenheim, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum, and many private collections including those of Sol LeWitt and Jeff Koons. He shows with Galerie Hans Mayer in Dusseldorf, Rosenbaum Contemporary in Miami, and Tony Shafrazi Gallery in New York.


I-I r-remember twilight t-t-times, b-b-backyard kilns, yellow smoke wafting down the street, and s-s-sucking,” he said, fixing his eyes on the volcano. Marble pillars wreathed with green ivy supported the balcony of the cool café.

112 Greene Street—Spaces Interior and Exterior

Did you know that SoHo’s streets are named after Revolutionary War generals? Mercer, Wooster, Thompson, Sullivan, MacDougal, Lafayette, Crosby, and, oh yes, Greene.


The Brooklyn Rail

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