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Archive for September, 2011

Danziger Gallery fall 2011 with Steichen Show

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011









Date:            Thursday, September 15 ·  6:00pm –  8:00pm
Location:     Danziger Gallery: 527 West 23rd Street

Danziger Gallery opens its fall 2011 schedule with a show of 84 Edward Steichen photographs printed by the renowned  photographer George Tice. Tice was the last person to print for Steichen in his lifetime. These prints not only remind us of Steichen’s genius but also highlight the formidable quality of printing that George Tice has been known for throughout his career.  In conjunction with Steichen’s work, the gallery is also pleased to present 12 rarely seen George Tice photographs in its new print room along with his classic signature image, “Petit’s Mobil Station, Cherry Hill, NJ, 1974.”

Opening reception on Thursday, September 15th from 6 – 8 pm.  Complimentary wine.


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Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

Christina Haag, author of the New York Times best-selling memoir “Come to the Edge” (and Glamwire’s Featured Author of July) stars in Sharyn Rothstein’s new  Off Broadway play, THE INVESTED, currently running at the 4th Street Theatre.

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4th Street Theatre
83 E. 4th Street New York, NY

(Tickets are $18.00)  Buy tickets here

Catherine Murdoch (Christina Haag) is the head of wealth management at  MetroBank one of  the largest and most powerful banks in the world  where she was just  passed over for CEO.

When the corruption of the new CEO threatens her  world and her values, Murdoch must decide where her loyalties will lie   does she follow her ambitions or does she follow  her conscience?

Drawn  from the financial crisis of 2008, THE INVESTED shows the rivalries,  betrayals and alliances that could bring the world  to the brink of  economic disaster.