Anita White | Wish #3 | $450 framed, $400 unframed

Anita White is a Northern California Bay Area based artist. She was born in Paris France. As an army brat, she grew up in Maryland, Virginia, France, Kentucky, and Florida. Anita moved to Los Angeles California in the mid 70’s where a friend first introduced her to the magic of photography. Over the years, while raising her daughter in Berkeley, she went back to school to study photography. Her work explores ideas of vulnerability, strength, reality and fiction. She received an MFA from the Academy of Art University in 2003.

Catherine Wilmer | Untitled 17 | Archival Pigment Print, 2019 | Ed 1:7 | $650

Atlanta native Catherine Wilmer is a conceptual documentary photographer who splits her time between Atlanta, New York, and Paris. Catherine earned a BFA degree at The New School / Parsons School of Design and is currently pursuing an MFA in Photography at Savannah College of Art & Design in Atlanta.

 

Exhibitions: Solo exhibitions at Trois Gallery at Savannah College of Art & Design in Atlanta in 2019 and at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia in 2015, Two-man exhibition at Swan Coach House Gallery in Atlaa. In 2018, group shows at Photo Buckhead Juried Exhibition, Honorable Mention – Atlanta, GA, The Staged Poetic Image Group Exhibition – Rockport, ME, The Documentary Project Group Exhibition – Red Hook, Brooklyn, The Drum Major Project Exhibition, AugFulton County Arts & Culture Public Art Program, Peachtree Gallery, Atlanta.

 

 

Julie Mihaly | The Attic: Passport | $900 framed, $700 unframed

A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Julie Mihaly attended Vassar College before earning a BFA & an MFA in photography from The San Francisco Art Institute. After teaching photography for over a decade at schools such as Rutgers University & The School of Visual Arts, Mihaly worked as a photo editor & researcher at magazines such as “Vanity Fair” & “Entertainment Weekly.” Mihaly has exhibited her work in the U.S., Canada and Britain. She has an upcoming solo exhibition of her “Radius: One Year Five Miles” project & will be included in a number of juried exhibitions throughout this year as well. Four books of Mihaly’s work have been published, “Julie Mihaly: She Began to Realize,” (funded in part by a National Endowment for the Arts Grant), “The View From Here,” “Radius: One Year Five Miles,” & most recently, “The Attic.”

Beatrice Chauvin | Susquehanna River, the Passage | Susquehanna River, the Resonance of the Past | Susquehanna River, Seeking Freedom | $185 each framed, $100 each unframed

This is a series of 3 images.

For twenty-five years I traveled the world shooting pictures for such French publications as Marie-Claire Maison, Résidences Décoration, Les Echos, as well as for Arte, the Franco-German Cultural Channel. Ten years ago I embarked on a personal photographic project rooted in my early childhood in Maryland. As if traveling by raft on one of America’s great rivers, this project carried me from Maryland to the Blues, from Memphis to Mississippi, then back to Maryland and my vital Susquehanna River, offering me endless joy and extraordinary inspiration.

Susquehanna Riveris the introduction to my current work Seeking Freedom

 

Michael Jorgensen | Grandma’s Bedroom | $500 framed, $250 unframed

Michael Jorgensen is a photographer based in New York City.  He spent a number of years as Creative Director for Giorgio Armani, YSL, and Ralph Lauren.

Michael’s interest is in making images of human creations (architecture / signage and interiors) and of the human history and culture they express.  His photos offer a

glimpse of the undisturbed layers of history and the absence of humans speaks of possibilities.

Corina Gertz | Widows IT102019 | $500

Identity plays a central role in the portrait series Traditional Costume by the Düsseldorf-based artist Corina Gertz, whereby we are dealing here less with individuals than with an affiliation to a particular geographic region. The persons depicted are thus merely surrogates. What is more, the people portrayed are anonymised even further by the fact that their backs are turned to the viewer, which directs attention towards their traditional costumes as an identity conveying element. As a photographer and fashion designer, Corina Gertz is fully aware of the significance of clothing and fashion as a means of nonverbal communication. Her series develop while travelling widely and reflect her passion for the colorful diversities and cultural particularities of our contemporary world. Her photographs have been exhibited in international museums, including the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, the Museo delle Culture del Mondo in Genoa, and the Bendigo Art Gallery in Victoria, Australia.

 

Mildren Alpern | Sleepytime Fog | $1000 framed, $750 unframed

A NYC Upper Westsider, born in Boston, a graduate of Girls’ Latin School, Boston University summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, and Columbia University Teachers College. A weekly contributor to Mirrorless Photo Tips, a former online blog about the real-world experience of using mirrorless cameras and a photo and text contributor to the West Side Rag, an online newspaper for the Upper West Side in NYC. Photos have been selected nationally and internationally for juried exhibitions from New Hampshire to Oregon and from Rome to Budapest with a solo show at an Upper West Side library and a current NYC midtown office gallery exhibit.

And Schreiber | Me + Them | $550

Andi Schreiber is a fine art and documentary photographer. A lifelong New Yorker, Andi was born in Brooklyn, raised on Long Island and currently lives in suburban Westchester County, NY with her husband and sons. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Michigan and was a photojournalist in the Boston area before returning to New York to work as a magazine and newspaper picture editor. Her photographs have been in numerous exhibitions and publications including Real Simple, Musée, Oxford American, The New York Times Lens Blog, The Huffington Post, Lenscratch and Feature Shoot.

 

 

And Schreiber | Dormant | $550

Andi Schreiber is a fine art and documentary photographer. A lifelong New Yorker, Andi was born in Brooklyn, raised on Long Island and currently lives in suburban Westchester County, NY with her husband and sons. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Michigan and was a photojournalist in the Boston area before returning to New York to work as a magazine and newspaper picture editor. Her photographs have been in numerous exhibitions and publications including Real Simple, Musée, Oxford American, The New York Times Lens Blog, The Huffington Post, Lenscratch and Feature Shoot.