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"Peter Gee's ApoGee Gallery returns to NYC"
0000-00-00 until 0000-00-00
New York, NY,
USA United States of America
For a brief period, British Pop artist Peter Gees historical ApoGee Gallery
has been reincarnated at 471 West Broadway, in New York City between Prince
and Houston. Providing a rare opportunity to view and acquire works from
this important artist, the gallery opens at 11:00 am daily and can be
reached by telephone at (212)674-1991.
Therese Thau Heyman, in her book Posters American Style(National Museum of
American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 1998, p164)states:
Peter Gee, born 1932 in Leicestershire, England, has spent his career
working in New York City and is the founder of the ApoGee Gallery there.
While working with Milton Glaser at the famous Push Pin Studios in New York
in the 1960s, Gee created some of the decades most characteristic images.
These works often dealt with the many controversial issues of the day,
including the Vietnam War and the civil rights movement. Gee has executed a
variety of public and private commissions throughout his career. His work
has been featured in major exhibitions in many cities and museums, including
The Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Smithsonian Institution. Gee
is also the recipient of numerous design and graphic awards.
For more information please contact Peter John Stebbins at ApoGee, 471 West
Broadway, New York, New York; telephone (212) 674-1991.