I Scream, You Scream

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  2. Untitled (Young Girl with Ice Cream Cone), 1947-52. By Ted Croner   

There's nothing more symbolic of summer pleasure than ice cream, pure and simple  – Robert Mann Gallery’s latest exhibition captures the feeling with I Scream, You Scream, a look at both the visual and social culture of ice cream with a comparison of contemporary colour images and gorgeous nostalgic photos of people really savouring the treat. The show explores how photographers frame the playfulness of a human experience and the indulgence of our senses – a joy! Artists include John Albok, Ralph Bartholomew, Jeff Brouws, Ted Croner, Jim Dow, Martin Elkort, André Kertész, Olivia Locher, Marly Meisler, Martin Parr, PUTPUT, Simone Rosenbauer, Peter Sekaer, S.B. Walker, Garry Winogrand, and Neil Winokur. 

The exhibition is on at the Robert Mann Gallery in New York from July 6 – August 18. Tel: +1 (212) 989-7600.

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  3. The Sno-House, US 11, Moselle, MS, 1981. By Jim Dow

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  2. Eating a Mel-o-Roll Ice Cream Cone, Coney Island Boardwalk, 1951. By Martin Elkort

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  2. I Fought the Law - Alabama (In Alabama it is illegal to have an ice cream cone in your back pocket at all times), 2013.

  3. By Olivia Locher

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  2. Ice Cream Cone at Night, Ventura California, 1988. By Jeff Brouws

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  2. #1, Popsicles, 2012. By PUTPUT

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  2. Ice Cream Cone Sign, Bowling Green, Virginia, 1935. By Peter Sekaer

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  2. No. 44, from the series: Like Ice in the Sunshine II (L.A.), 2016. By Simone Rosenbauer

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  2. New York (Boy with Ice Cream), Oct. 12, 1944. By André Kertész