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Etherton Gallery

Located in Tucson, Arizona, Etherton Gallery has been a destination for photography collectors since its opening in 1981. The gallery’s strength lies in its vast collection of vintage, classic and contemporary photography. It is known for museum quality exhibitions reflecting the diversity of its collection, from Carleton Watkins to Joel-Peter Witkin. Etherton Gallery also mounts several exhibitions each year featuring the painting, sculpture and mixed media of local and regional artists. In addition to its reputation as the best photography gallery in the Southwestern United States, Etherton Gallery has long-standing relationships with museums, corporations and private collectors from around the world. Terry Etherton is an accredited member of The American Society of Appraisers and regularly conducts appraisals. He also provides absentee bidding, consulting and search services to experienced and novice collectors alike.

Tucson

United States
Address:
Etherton Gallery 135 South 6th Avenue Tucson, AZ 85701 USA
85701
Phone: 520-624-7370
Fax: 520-792-4569
Website: www.ethertongallery.com


Gallery/Dealer Photos (1)

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Artists Represented

Ansel Adams, Albert Arthur Allen, Tim Archibald, Dick Arentz, William Bell, Michael Berman, Alvin Booth, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Kate Breakey, Wynn Bullock, Debra Bloomfield, Christopher Burkett, Debbie Fleming Caffery, Harry Callahan, Camerawork, Paul Caponigro, Keith Carter, Linda Connor, Edward S. Curtis, Jay Dusard, Jack Dykinga, Dr. Harold Edgerton, Elliott Erwitt, Walker Evans, Robert Frank, Flor Garduño, Ralph Gibson, Emmet Gowin, Adriel Heisey, John Hillers, Graciela Iturbide, William Henry Jackson, Adam Jahiel, Andre Kertesz, Mark Klett, O. Winston Link, Danny Lyon, Richard Misrach, Karl Moon, Wright Morris, Eadweard Muybridge, Michael O'Neill, Frederick Sommer, Timothy O'Sullivan, Frank Rinehart, Holly Roberts, Ken Rosenthal, Rocky Schenck, Aaron Siskind, W. Eugene Smith, Jock Sturges, Dr. Max Thorek, Alex Webb, Brett Weston, Minor White, Gordon Whitten, Joel-Peter Witkin


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Current Exhibitions

FRANCES MURRAY: PSYCHOLOGUE
Photographs 1977-2007
Sept. 4 – Nov. 3, 2007



Forthcoming Exhibitions

ELEGANT WISDOMS
Kate Breakey, painted photographs
Chris Enos, painted photographs,Lisa Robinson, photographs. Nov. 6,2007—Jan. 19, 2008 Reception: 7—10 pm, Sat., Nov. 10


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Art Fairs

The Photography Show (NY)
Photo LA
The Photography Show (Miami)


Submission Policy

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Press Releases

Etherton Gallery is pleased to announce our first exhibition of the 2007-2008 season, Frances Murray: Psychologue, Photographs 1977-2007, a retrospective exhibition celebrating Tucson photographer Frances Murray’s 30-year career and 60th birthday. Murray’s career will also be the subject of a catalog by the same name, and she will hold a book signing on September 8th during the opening reception.

During Murray’s lengthy career she has produced a diverse body of work including nudes, self-portraits and still-lifes as well as images of her twin daughters. Having no formal training, Murray’s work nevertheless reflects a restless search to understand the nature of photography through her intuition and keen powers of observation. Murray has been inspired by the work of André Kertész, Harry Callahan, Emmet Gowin, and Paul Outerbridge, but considers mentor and husband Harold Jones the most significant influence on her work.

Murray’s work suggests the influence of female Surrealists as she incorporates dreams and a contemporary interpretation of automatic writing into her imagery. She asserts her position as a creative su... [ Read all ]


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News

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Location And Getting There

Tucson, Arizona USA


Contact-Directors/Staff

Terry Etherton
Hannah Glasston
Dawne Osborne
Daphne Srinivasan


Opening Times

Tuesday – Saturday, 11am – 5pm and Thursday, 11am – 7pm.