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FOCUSED ON INSIGHT in the FINE ARTS and LUXURY.

FOCUSED ON INSIGHT in the FINE ARTS and LUXURY.

FOCUSED ON INSIGHT – Myrna Hayutin, GALLERY M Co-Founder, Continues to Share her 30 + year’s knowledge and expertise with her collectors as she adjusts her vision.

Calling her handicapped, disabled or restricted to a typical cane is not for GALLERY M's founder. She is a businesswoman with a vision. Her business, GALLERY M, is focused on extending elegance, luxury and inspiration starting with Fine Art.   It just so happens that she has RP (Retinitis Pigmentosa). By definition, RP is an inherited disease, which affects the normal activity of the retina, eventually leading to total blindness. Today, GALLERY M has expanded its expertise to include the fine arts, qualified appraisals, and real estate. Myrna is a qualified appraiser with the International Society of Appraisers and USPAP compliant (2018-2019). Co-Founder, Mason Hayutin, is a licensed real estate broker associate leading GALLERY M's real estate sales.

On Friday, May 11, 2018 ABC's reporter Kumasi Aaron, who just happened to cross paths with Myrna, explored Myrna's life journey with RP and the arts.   The interview, featured here, played in 16+ regional markets including on Denver's ABC affiliate The Denver News Channel, 7.  

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Photographer Howard Schatz solo retrospective to be held by GALLERY M of Denver's Cherry Creek North

Photographer Howard Schatz solo exhibition announced

 

DENVER – September 13, 2015GALLERYM.COM of Cherry Creek North will host a special selling exhibition and opening featuring Howard Schatz and his 25 year retrospective.

 

Howard Schatz works are in collections of international museums, galleries and private collections. He is known for his pioneering techniques, especially with underwater photography, and recognized for his extensive sessions with celebrities, athletes, performers, dancers, and fashion luminaries. As one of GALLERY M’s most collected artists, the gallery is proud to debut: Schatz - Images: 25 Years.

 

GALLERY M will host a special opening on November 11th with a champagne reception. The opening is from 6:30PM to 8:00PM at the gallery’s downtown Denver exhibition space. RSVP required.

 

The show will run through January 31. Select works will be presented from the release of Schatz’s 2 volume, limited and signed monograph featuring 1083 original photographs spanning his 25 year career.  

 

He has received international acclaim for his work. Vanity Fair’s Editor in Chief, Graydon Carter, stated:

 

“Howard Schatz is so versatile that this volume at times seems of a dozen photographers, Weegee, Avedon, Penn, Beaton, Newton, and Goude, among them. He has affection for his subjects – athletes, dancers, models, actors – and it shows in every remarkable image.   Sometimes funny, often dramatic, his is a master both of the quiet revealing portrait and the explosive surprise.”

 

Many know of his photography for capturing flawless subjects underwater. Howard is also known for his photographs of celebrities such as Mohamed Ali, Edie Falco, Stephon Marbury, Chevy Chase, Annika Sorenstam and Brooke Shields to name a few.  Schatz has photographed more than 100 actors of theater, television and movies with a unique one-on-one improvisation.

 

Schatz is responsible for a number of editorial works, which have been published in magazines worldwide, including Vanity Fair, GOTHAM, Time, Sports Illustrated, Vogue, Life, GQ Italia, The New York Times Magazine and The New Yorker to name a few. He has appeared countless times on international television for the Today Show, Good Morning America, NPR, Fox Sports Network, and the Discovery Channel and appeared widely on European television.

 

His scope of his work is recognizable. In fact, he has made extraordinary images for such advertising clients as Escada, Sergio Tacchini, Nike, Reebok, Wolford, Etienne Aigner, Sony, Adidas, Finlandia Vodka, MGM Grand Hotel, Virgin Records, Pantene, Giorgio Armani, and Mercedes-Benz.

Those interested in attending the reception on November 11th can RSVP at

303-331-8400 x113 or obtain tickets at gallerym.com.

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Rocky Mountain News Archive - Ralph Morse at GALLERY M

December 13, 2002 : Denver

Without it, alumnus of LIFE says you're just 'taking pictures'

December 13, 2002


Do your homework.

Sure, people in every profession are wise to keep that motto in mind. But in the world of the photojournalist, knowledge is in the mix with a good eye and a little luck.

And so it makes sense that Ralph Morse repeats that phrase in a conversation. Morse, a LIFE magazine photographer for 30 years, shifted to other publications when LIFE ceased in 1972. The magazine returned, but by then Morse had moved on; he retired in 1988 and sold his equipment, but recently began working with a digital camera.

In a selection of dozens of prints at Gallery M, Morse's credo comes through loud and clear, whether the subject is wartime Europe, sports - including a rare 1948 Cibachrome view of Babe Ruth in uniform - or the birth of the American space program.

"You need to have the information of a news event," Morse said from his home in Florida. "To learn something about the subject."

Without that homework - he spent time in a morgue learning anatomy before an assignment dealing with heart surgery - "you're taking pictures, not photographs."

The works in "History Captured," up through Jan. 31, have two things in common. Each tells a story, from the jittery energy of bowling pins skittering apart at the end of an alley, to the formality of a scientist testing sound properties in a dramatically constructed chamber. And each illustrates strong composition, in the placement of his subject and in his authority in capturing a place or person.

Morse was tapped to work for LIFE when he was working for a photo agency in which Alfred Eisenstaedt was a partner. "He told them, 'I've got a young brat over here you've got to meet.' "

The images at Gallery M date back to the mid-1940s but are new prints from negatives held in the LIFE archives. Morse says he did not help in the selection. (A photograph by Morse of John Glenn's more recent trip into space is not included because of the difficulty in getting permission to show it.)

But the impact of LIFE's near-ownership of the early astronauts has remained with Morse, who was assigned to shadow Glenn during the young space program. Morse's most recent project is a book about his career. Working title: The Eighth Astronaut...

...History Captured

" What: Photographs by Ralph Morse

" Where: Gallery M, 2830 E. Third Ave.

" When: Through Jan. 31

" Information: (303) 331-8400



Mary Voelz Chandler is the art and architecture critic. (303) 892-2677

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Inspire Art & Culture Series

In February, GALLERY M launched a unique concept exclusively for our Denver based collectors.  We call it the Inspire Fine Art Series.   SERIES A featured Pop Art and Bentley Motors. SERIES B is set to explore the elegance of the Figurative paintings alongside Ferrari's pursuit for refined performance.

 

Through fine art, exquisite food and cocktails, and an amazing setting, we host other experts in the fine arts, cultural and civic leaders and entities focused on great design and connoisseurship.  All to expand our guests and collectors' understanding of the potential that the arts allows today.  Join Us!

 

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GALLERY M OF CHERRY CREEK NORTH IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE 2013 JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES THE COLORADO PREMIER OF ORDINARY MIRACLES

GALLERY M of Cherry Creek North announced today a very special event at the Denver Jewish Film Festival – the Colorado Premier of Ordinary Miracles: The Photo League’s New York Tuesday, February 11 at 5:40 p.m., Elaine Wolf Theatre located at the MACC at the Jewish Community Center (JCC), 350 South Dahlia Street, Denver, CO 80246. Showtime:5:40 P.M. Tickets: $10 online or at the box.

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GALLERY M FEATURED AT ART ASPEN

GALLERY M invites collectors, curators, participants, and supporters of the fine arts to Booth A11 at Art Aspen. This leading gallery will feature two international artists, Alex Guofeng Cao and Jay Schlossberg-Cohen and their monumental works in photography and painting. Art Aspen is located at the Aspen Ice Garden, 233 West Hyman Avenue Aspen, CO 81611

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NATIONAL GALLERIES COORDINATE TO FIGHT BLINDNESS

GALLERY M (gallerym.com) of Denver’s Cherry Creek North announced today the support for the national efforts for Foundation Fighting Blindness VisionWalk fundraising.

To assist with the national foundations VisionWalk chapter goals, participating galleries will make a generous donation from an acquisition made during the evening event where regional chapters participate.

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CHERRY CREEK’S GALLERY M LAUNCHES ESTABLISHED “X”er IMMIGRANT POP PHOTOGRAPHER WITH SOLO SHOW

GALLERY M of Cherry Creek announced today the opening of a new online selling exhibition featuring photography’s rising star – Alex Guofeng Cao. Once a child immigrant educated in America, CAO has been placed as one of the leading young photographers working today and recognized for “pixilating” contemporary photography.

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GALLERY M OF CHERRY CREEK NORTH CURATES SELLING EXHIBITION FEATURING “MOTHER” OF MODERN PHOTOJOURNALISM MARGARET BOURKE-WHITE

GALLERY M of Cherry Creek North announced today the opening of a new selling exhibition of iconic vintage, later, and modern prints by Margaret Bourke-White.

GALLERY M, in association with the LIFE Magazine, presents a two-month long photography exhibition online and by appointment featuring the woman who is credited for being the first! Margaret Bourke-White made it possible for the legions of female photographers and ultimately journalists to obtain new opportunities in industry as she pursued her career during the 1920s through the late 1960s.

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