Bill Travis - Photo transfer on board with mother of pearl, Group Show October 2017
Janat Horn - Cyanotype on paper, Group Show October 2017
John Mancia -Platinum/palladium print, Group Show October 2017
Leslie Bellsey - Faux transfer on water color paper, Group Show October 2017
Wendy Phillips - Collodion chloride print, Group Show October 2017
Irene Greenberg - Field of Grass/Photographs, November 2017
Allan Markman - From the Ground Up, September 2017
Pierre-Yves Linot - Immigrant Song, November 2017
Allison Rufrano - Visibly Invisible, February 2017
Anthony Almeida - On the Street: Serendipitous Encounters of the New York Kind, June 2017
Armando Espinoza - Beautiful Imperfect, June 2016
Arnold Kastenbaum - Staircases and Handrails, September 2017
Alexander Krohmer - Encounters, November 2017
Lee Backer - Tree Studies, November 2017
B.T. Kim - Roam Free, April 2017
Barry Guthertz - Floraphilia — Revisited, May 2017
Bob Leonard - Looking Closely, April 2016
R. Wayne Parsons - Making Meaning, November 2017
Bruce Wodder - Stone Walls of the Incas, May 2017
Carol Julien - In Limbo, September 2017
David Kutz - The Stranger’s Path and Future Obsolescence, April 2017
Edward Lakeman - Kabul, September 2017
Ellen Jacob - Born Here Project, May 2016
F. Emmanuel Bastien - Fragmented Reflections, October 2016
George Greenstein - Shadow, February 2017
Hans Weiss - Thinking of, December 2016
Irene Greenberg - Fade, May 2016
Jady Bates - You As Angel, December 2016
Jake Lambroza - Street Moments — NYC, April 2017
James Lattanzio - Varsity, September 2017
Jay Matusow - Water’s Edge, January 2017
Joan Lemler - Abandoned: Inside and Out, February 2017
John Custodio - On the Road: Structures, May 2017
Kenneth Hoffman - Vietnam Street Photographs, June 2016
Larry Davis - New Work, January 2017
Lawrence Gottesman - Thirteen Asymmetries, September 2016
Marilyn Fish - Below Canal Group Show, July 2017
Martin Frank - Industrial Figures, April 2017
Martin Rich - Almost Alive, December 2016
Millie Falcaro - Enter Knowing, February 2017
Myra Hafetz - Stillness, January 2017
Neil O. Lawner - On the Street: Expect the Unexpected, June 2017
Norman Borden - Out of the Norm, June 2017
Patricia Beary - Whisper Loudly, February 2017
Paul S. Stetzer Jr. - Always - At The Seashore, February 2016
Peter Agron - Two, and a Quarter, January 2017
Richard Gardner - A Note for Juliet
Robert Kalman - The Nicaraguans: A Timeless Passage, May 2017
Roman Makhmutov - Euro Integration, April 2017
Ronaldo Aguiar - Nor’easter, January 2017
Sarah Corbin - Crin Blanc (White Mane): Horses of the Camargue, December 2016
Seena Sussman - Crossroads, October 2016
Sheila Bernard - Below Canal Group Show, July 2017
Steven Gilbert - Shelter, September 2017
Stuart Zalka - July/December, June 2016
Susan Bowen - In Your Face, June 2017
Tony Kirman - Color Interactions, February 2017
Soho Photo Gallery is pleased to announce our Non-Member Portfolio Review program. We’re scheduling two days, both on Wednesdays – April 11, 2018 and April 25, 2018. You will have the opportunity to present your work and have a conversation with one or more Soho Photo...
March 2018 Exhibitions EXHIBITION DATES: March 7, 2018 – March 31, 2018 OPENING RECEPTION: Tuesday, March 6, 2018, from 6pm to 8pm. Everyone is welcome. Krappy Kamera Turns 20 Soho Photo is proud to...
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January 2018 This month, the gallery is proud to present the following shows. EXHIBITION DATES: Jan 3 – Feb 3, 2018 OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, Jan 5 2018, from 6pm to 8pm. All are very welcome....
This month, the gallery is proud to present the following shows.
Soho Photo Gallery is an artist-run gallery that nurtures high quality, diverse fine-art photography, while creating an environment that is uniquely welcoming to visitors and member photographers.
The gallery was founded in 1971 by a group of New York Times photographers who desired a venue for photography as fine-art. Originally located on Prince St. in Soho, since 1980, the gallery has been at our current location on White St. in Tribeca.
Soho Photo exhibits a diverse range of fine-art photography each month, with individual member shows, gallery-wide themed exhibits, winners of national competitions and prestigious guest exhibitions.
Membership is highly selective and members are required to participate in the operation of the gallery. Soho Photo offers its members the opportunity for personal growth as a fine-art photographer, whether it’s an emerging young artist, those pursuing a second career or an avid photographer fulfilling a lifetime interest. The gallery also offers workshops and lectures open to members and the public.
The Gallery Space
Soho Photo has more than 235 linear feet (72 meters) of exhibit wall space. All of that room affords us the opportunity to show significant bodies of work from up to seven artists concurrently. We exhibit the work of our gallery artists—as well as invited guests and artists whose work has been selected in our competitions. We invite artists who would like to join Soho Photo Gallery to submit a portfolio for review.
“Soho Photo Gallery has survived since 1971 because it has fulfilled the goals of its founders – to be a photographer’s place.”
“…an interesting alternative to commercial spaces in the city….an accessible, welcoming place for both artists and visitors.”
“A thriving downtown photography cooperative marked its 40th anniversary with an exhibition of photos by its founding members. The group’s deep roots are still reflected in its pictures and practices.” —WNYC
“Soho Photo, a cooperative gallery in its fifth decade, does a service maintaining interest in (alternative) processes.” —William Meyers, Wall Street Journal
You will always find diverse and compelling work. We feature new exhibitions every month. Scroll down for gallery hours and directions.
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If you are an accomplished photographer with a strong artistic vision, we hope you’ll consider applying to become a member artist.
Soho Photo Gallery
Soho Photo Gallery
15 White St.
New York, NY 10013
1 Train – Franklin St.
A/C/E Train – Canal St.
Wednesday to Sunday
1:00pm – 6:00pm
(and by appointment)
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