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Marcuse Pfeifer Death – Dead: A great loss was made known to InsideEko. As friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Marcuse Pfeifer.

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In Memoriam: Marcuse ‘Cusie’ Pfeifer

Cusie Pfeifer devoted her whole life to the recognition of photography as an art form. In 1976, she opened the very first gallery entirely devoted to photography in New York, located on Madison Avenue. She defended artists like Sally Mann and Peter Hujar. She was the first president of the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD). For almost ten years, she was a founding member and curator of the Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center in Kingston. Finally, as a great collector, she bequeathed part of her wealth to the collections of the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art in SUNY New Paltz.

-The Eye of Photography

Marcuse Pfeifer was an important supporter of Peter Hujar and gave him several of his earliest shows.

1977: New York Portraits, Marcuse Pfeifer Gallery, New York City

1978: Peter Hujar, Marcuse Pfeifer Gallery, New York City

1979: Recent Photographs, Marcuse Pfeifer Gallery, New York City

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In Memoriam: Marcuse ‘Cusie’ Pfeifer Cusie Pfeifer devoted her whole life to the recognition of photography as an art form. In 1976, she opened the very first gallery entirely devoted to photography in New York, located on Madison Avenue. She defended artists like Sally Mann and Peter Hujar. She was the first president of the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD). For almost ten years, she was a founding member and curator of the Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center in Kingston. Finally, as a great collector, she bequeathed part of her wealth to the collections of the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art in SUNY New Paltz. -The Eye of Photography Marcuse Pfeifer was an important supporter of Peter Hujar and gave him several of his earliest shows. 1977: New York Portraits, Marcuse Pfeifer Gallery, New York City 1978: Peter Hujar, Marcuse Pfeifer Gallery, New York City 1979: Recent Photographs, Marcuse Pfeifer Gallery, New York City #peterhujar #marcusepfeifer

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The College mourns passing of Marcuse “Cusie” Pfeifer.
Pfeifer was a legendary NYC photography gallerist who was also a great supporter and friend of the Dorsky Museum.

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