I hope it's the "HOO'k" gallery and not the "HOW'k, for blog title sake... Today I made it a point to catch the Brassaï exhibit at the Edwynn Houk Gallery before it ended, especially since my most favorite period of photography was during the early 1900s (namely Lartigue, Atget, Cartier-Bresson, Kertész and Moholy-Nagy). Below are some of the highlights (according to me), plus a random one I took of Annie Leibowitz's photo of Keith Haring. If you missed this one, be sure to catch the Lartigue exhibit at the Howard Greenberg.
Backstage at the Folies-Bergere
Couple Amoureux, Rue Croulebarbe, Quartier Italie
I couldn't find the images for my other favorites like Pavement Reflection at Place de la Concorde, Toilette, Chez Suzy and a slightly distorted one of the two people next to a car under the rain, but you can glimpse everything here under Brassai (probably for a limited time): Houk Gallery.