Denise Scott Brown: Photographs, 1956-1966
Denise Scott Brown: Photographs, 1956-1966
Denise Scott Brown: Photographs, 1956-1966
Denise Scott Brown: Photographs, 1956-1966
Denise Scott Brown: Photographs, 1956-1966
Denise Scott Brown: Photographs, 1956-1966
Denise Scott Brown: Photographs, 1956-1966
Denise Scott Brown: Photographs, 1956-1966
Denise Scott Brown: Photographs, 1956-1966

Denise Scott Brown: Photographs, 1956-1966

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I’m not a photographer. I shoot for architecture - if there’s art here it’s a byproduct.

Denise Scott Brown

Carriage trade is pleased to present the exhibition Denise Scott Brown: Photographs, 1956 -1966, the first one-person show of photographs in the U.S. of this highly influential architect, planner, and theorist.

 

Publication Details:
Published: January 2019
Binding: Perfect-bound Paperback
Pages: 38
Interior Ink: Full color
Size: 10 7/8" x 8 3/8" with 30" fold-out page.

Press:

What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week
December 13, 2018
Martha Schwendener, The New York Times

Denise Scott Brown at Carriage Trade, New York
December 7, 2018
ARTnews

Denise Scott Brown: Photographs, 1956-1966 at Carriage Trade
December 1, 2018
Duggal Visual Solutions

Artforum Critic’s Picks
Zack Hatfield, Artforum

5 to See: This Weekend
November 23, 2018
Aesthetica

Photographs by Denise Scott Brown on view in New York
November 15, 2018
Jenna McKnight, Dezeen

Goings On About Town
November 12, 2018
Peter Schjeldahl, The New Yorker

Denise Scott Brown’s Photography from the 1950s and 60s Unveiled in New York and London Galleries
November 6, 2018
Niall Patrick Walsh, ArchDaily

Denise Scott brown’s photography from the 1950s and 60s goes on view in new york
November 4, 2018
Philip Stevens, desighboom

Learning From Denise Scott Brown, in an Instagramable Age
November 1, 2018
Katie Okamoto, Metropolis

The top five New York art shows this week
October 29, 2018
Howard Halle, Time Out, New York

Denise Scott Brown’s photos bring their “messy vitality” to New York City
October 24, 2018
William Menking, The Architect’s Newspaper