August 2018
We are pleased to announce that the Stephen Bulger Gallery in Toronto is now representing the photographic work of Ronald Hurwitz. As Canada's most prominent location for collectors, institutions, and first-time buyers, Stephen Bulger and his expert staff offer a wide range of choices from their inventory of more than 30,000 photographs spanning the history of the photographic medium.

Not only are they conveniently located in downtown Toronto, Mr. Bulger is a frequent participant at many of the major art fairs around the world, including AIPAD in New York and Paris Photo each November in France.

He currently has several dozen works for sale, the latest abstract photographs by Mr. Hurwitz, available for viewing both on The Bulger Gallery website or by appointment at the gallery.

December 2015
Transformations, a recent medley of painted nude studies by Ronald Hurwitz, were part of the annual year-end group exhibition at Jane Roberts Fine Arts - Paris, France. This was the first public showing of painted works by Ronald Hurwitz. Each unique, small scale painting was executed in mixed-media over an original silver-gelatin print, taken from the Hurwitz archive. The photographic image was painted over, using a variety of mediums, including gouache, and watercolors.
The Kinsey Institute, located on the campus of Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, recently acquired a collection of our photographs dating from the period of 1988 - 2004.

Catherine Ann Johnson-Roehr, Curator of Art, Artifacts, and Photographs at The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction, in a recent meeting expressed her interest in our nude studies and said they would make a welcome addition to the photographic collection at The Kinsey Institute. To view a selection of the photographs, click on the arrow or photo above.

July 2013
Through a donation by one of Toronto's foremost collectors, The Peter Higdon Research Centre at Ryerson University has recently acquired several vintage photographs by Ronald Hurwitz. The catalogue entry, composed by Peter Higdon, Collections Curator, describes these pictures and places each in an historical perspective. To view the photographs and Mr. Higdon's analysis, please click the arrow .
June 10, 2011 & January 9, 2012
A long-time musical collaboration between Ray Luedeke and Ronald Hurwitz culminated in performances of their recent work,
The Art of Love: Into The Labyrinth. The experimental concert-piece combined original music by Mr. Luedeke for two pianos,narrator/actor, and text adapted from The Art of Love: Into The Labyrinth by Ovid. A surrealistic video, shot in Paris by Mr. Hurwitz, and projected on a skrim in front of the pianists and "roaming" actor, tied the tripartite elements together for maximum effect. The performances, which took place in the Yamaha Salon at 689 Fifth Avenue and again the following year at Merkin Hall, 129 West 67th Street in New York, were well received by an attentive audience. Click the Merkin Hall logo below to access the original music and videos for the performances.
April 2, 2011
The Academy of Spherical Arts in Toronto will host the exhibition of Silver Memoir, a photographic narrative by Ronald Hurwitz spanning the years from 1979 to 2010. The opening reception will take place Saturday, April 2nd from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

This exhibition includes images by Mr. Hurwitz taken during his travels as a member of the Toronto Symphony, as well as pictures from his life in Paris, seen here for the first time. The capitals and grand cities of the world represented in this autobiographical photographic accounting include London, Paris, New York, Toronto, and Washington, D.C. The exhibition runs through May15th at Snooker Street, Toronto, Ontario. For more information call The Academy at 416 532-2782, or the photographer at 416 465-5890.

January 27 & 28, 2011
The exhibition by Ronald Hurwitz,
Likeness and Reflection–The Allure of Paris and New York, in the Chapel Art Center's gallery at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire, was a tremendous success. The photographs were beautifully lit and expertly displayed. Both the opening night festivities as well as the gallery talk and musical performance the following afternoon were attended by a large, appreciative audience.
January 27, 2011
The Alva de Mars Megan Chapel Art Center at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire, will be exhibiting the photographic work of Ronald Hurwitz, Likeness and Reflection–The Allure of Paris and New York, in the Art Center's gallery from January 27 - March 19, 2011. Mr. Hurwitz gratefully acknowledges a generous grant from the New Hampshire Humanities Council, and the work of the Northeast Cultural Coop and Saint Anselm College that made this exhibition possible. To view selected pictures from the exhibition, click the arrow below.
The opening reception for the exhibition will be Thursday, January 27th from 6 to 8:00 p.m. The following afternoon, Friday, January 28, 2011, Mr. Hurwitz will present a Gallery talk at 2:00 p.m., Seeing the Invisible: Art as Autobiography. In addition to the lecture, he will perform the 2nd Suite of Johann Sebastian Bach for unaccompanied Viola. French pastries, coffee, and tea will follow. Click the Saint Anselm logo above to access the Chapel Art Center.
In her article for the Concord, New Hampshire Monitor, Victoria Shouldis writes: "There is a certain music to photographs by Ronald Hurwitz: a rhythm and symmetry to “Café, Lait, Bière”, a portrait from 2000 with its perfect four chairs, two tables and, espied inside the door, a lone character. Or in his 1985 mirrored-image of New York's Chrysler Building, the shadows and light reflecting a perfect double chorus."

To access the complete article including the interview with the artist, click the arrow below.

The Northeast Cultural Coop, in partnership with St. Anselm College, Manchester, New Hampshire, has facilitated the exhibition of photographs by Ronald Hurwitz in conjunction with various other collaborative programs concerning all things French.
Thursday, January 27, 2011 Calendar of Events

6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Exhibit Opening and Reception
Paris and New York – two fabled cultural capitals that have cast their spell on hearts and minds for centuries will be the focus of a project created by the Northeast Cultural Coop and Saint Anselm College titled
Likeness and Reflection: The Allure of Paris and New York. The project will view Paris and New York chiefly through the work of award-winning photographer Ronald Hurwitz. Hurwitz has spent decades exploring these iconic cities through photography. The project also includes lectures, a film showing and a workshop for teachers. Funded in part by a Humanities Council major grant, the project will begin on Thursday, January 27 with the opening of an exhibit of Hurwitz' photos of Paris and New York at the Chapel Gallery Art Center at Saint Anselm College, and a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. The following afternoon, Friday, January 28, Hurwitz will give a gallery talk on the exhibit at 2 p.m. Coffee, tea and French pastries will be served. The exhibit will remain open through March 19. Northeast Cultural Coop. Location: Chapel Art Center, Saint Anselm College, Manchester.

November 2009
On November 17, 2009, Jane Roberts Fine Arts in Paris presented a milestone exhibition by Ronald Hurwitz. Spanning his thirty years in the field of photography, this survey includes images from New York, Venice, Paris, and other European capitals . Many of these photographs have never been exhibited before. The opening night party was attended by a large crowd of enthusiastic devotees. The exhibition of sixty-three photographs continues until December 18th.
In conjunction with the Paris exhibition, Trente Ans de Photographie, Ronald Hurwitz and Michael Torosian have produced a video which includes a performance by Mr. Hurwitz as viola soloist. The first and third movements of Suite #2 in d minor by J. S. Bach. can be seen and heard in addition to selected images from the exhibition and reminiscences about the past thirty years of picture making. Click the photo below to access the YouTube recording.
October 2007
The National Arts Club, located in the historic Tilden Mansion, 15 Gramercy Park South in New York, hosted an exhibition of photographs from The Gryphons of Paris by Ronald Hurwitz. The exhibition opened with a reception on October 2, 2007 in the Marquis Gallery and continues through October 13th. An enthusiastic crowd of New Yorkers and friends from Toronto packed the gallery to view the thirty-three photographs from the book.
September 2007
In September, Ronald Hurwitz participated in the production of a video launching a monumental book, An American Gallery, from Lumiere Press by Michael Torosian. Documenting the making of the book in Torosian's workshop, we show the various steps taken to produce this fascinating treasury from Howard Greenberg's personal collection; a lifetime of collecting pictures by acknowledged masters of the genre and a celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of Greenberg's New York gallery. The video was presented at the Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York, as part of the installation Lumiere Press - The Making of the Book. Click the YouTube icon below to access the video.
November 2006
On Thursday, November 16, 2006, Jane Roberts Fine Arts presented
"Trompe–L'Œil", an exhibition of new work by Ronald Hurwitz. Jane's intimate Paris gallery was filled with Parisians and guests from North America who came to view the large scale, beautifully toned, surrealistic still-life prints. All of the photographs in the show were made during the previous six months and reveal a significant diversion of style and subject matter from the 2002 exhibition here in Paris. The exhibition will continue through December 22, 2006. To view selected examples, click the arrow to the Archives.
June 2004
Musée Carnavalet – Histoire de Paris - 23, rue de Sévigné, 75003 Paris
The Musée Carnavalet today announced the inauguration of two exhibitions : "Hommage aux donateurs, Dix ans de mécénat des ami du Musée Carnavalet" et "L'Animal à Paris".
The exhibition includes a group of eight photographs by Ronald Hurwitz from his series
Valets de volets. These eight prints, culled from a large series of seventy-five done between 1993 and 1994, capture the personality and humor found in the small architectural details of 18th and 19th century Parisian windows. The exhibition is open every day from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. except Monday and holidays, and runs from June 8 to September 5, 2004
April 2004
The Alcuin Society of Vancouver has just announced their Book Design Awards for 2003. We are pleased to announce that Voirin Editions is the recent recipient of The Alcuin Society Citation for Excellence in Limited Edition Book Design. The Gryphons of Paris by Ronald Hurwitz was awarded 1st Prize in a group of 46 entries. The jury's comments: "The Gryphons of Paris is, in this category, by far the superior production. From its elegant case binding and spine treatment and its beautifully toned paper, right down to its flawless letterpress and its exquisitely printed duotone stochastic lithographs, there is hardly a note out of place".
January 2004
From the Toronto Star, Sunday, January 25, 2004, Bill Taylor, Feature writer for the Toronto Star, interviewed Ronald Hurwitz for his column, Toronto Profile #15, The People who Make the City. "Since he first picked up a camera in the late 1970's, Hurwitz has built a world-wide reputation for the artistry of his black-and-white prints. Though he has a couple of Toronto projects in mind, his favorite place to shoot is Paris where, influenced by the work of Brassaï, Eugène Atget, and Édouard Boubat, he imparts a haunting, pre-war feel to the modern city".
Click the arrow to access the complete interview
December 2003
Voirin Editions recently produced a private project for a small circle of friends in Paris and London.
Celebrating Rhône Wines, a brief volume commemorating a monumental lunch held November 3, 2001 at The Fox and Hounds in Battersea, London, contains twenty-one photographs by Ronald Hurwitz.

This slim, elegant book includes diary entries from a buying trip to the Rhône Valley in the early '70's from raconteur and noted wine expert, Tim Johnston.

A rare, insider's view of the wine trade, with many candid photographs of Rhône expert John Livingstone-Learmonth, made for a very personal, satisfying, and intoxicating project. Printed in an Edition of 10 copies.

September - October 2003
In the
NY Arts Magazine September - October 2003 issue, Jamey Hecht has written a review of The Gryphons of Paris. Hecht says, "The photographs of The Gryphons of Paris are those of a traveler, but they read like those of a lifelong resident." To access the complete article, click the arrow below.
September 18, 2003
New York launch of The Gryphons of Paris. On Thursday, September 18, 2003, Ursus Books Chelsea hosted a book launch and reception for Ronald Hurwitz. The celebratory evening marking the New York debut of The Gryphons of Paris included an exhibition of photographs from the book. Our thanks to Ursus and Lisa Bernhard for making this exhilarating evening possible.
May 29, 2003
Toronto Book Launch.The Canadian launch of The Gryphons of Paris was graciously hosted by Frédéric Geisweiller at his charming restaurant, Le Sélect Bistro, in downtown Toronto. An exhibition of photographs from the book lined the walls and everyone enjoyed Frédéric's delicious food and wine, making for a very pleasurable evening.
Françoise Reynaud
Ronald Hurwitz
Jane Roberts Fine Arts
Jane Roberts & Muriel Molines
November 14, 2002
Paris Photo Exhibition & Book Launch. The European launch of The Gryphons of Paris by Ronald Hurwitz took place on a festive November evening at Jane Roberts Fine Arts, 65, rue du Faubourg-St-Honoré in Paris. The exhibition of photographs by Ronald Hurwitz which accompanied the book was enthusiastically received in Jane's elegant galleries by the overflow crowd. Among the well-wishers were luminaries from the world of art as well as restauranteurs, cavistes, and musicians.
November 14, 2002
Running concurrently with the European launch of
The Gryphons of Paris at Jane Roberts Fine Arts, we were happy to also have an exhibition of selected photographs and another launch of our book across the street at the charming, distinguished parisian rare bookstore, Librairie Lardanchet. The event, hosted by the urbane and distinguished proprietor, Thierry Meaudre, became another grand success in the French capital. Read more about the bookstore by clicking their logo, above.