Barry Guthertz - Floraphilia — Revisited, May 2017
Barry Guthertz - Floraphilia — Revisited, May 2017
Arnold Kastenbaum - Looking Up, April 2016
Arnold Kastenbaum - Looking Up, April 2016
Anthony Almeida - On the Street: Serendipitous Encounters of the New York Kind, June 2017
Anthony Almeida - On the Street: Serendipitous Encounters of the New York Kind, June 2017
Hans Weiss - Thinking of, December 2016
Hans Weiss - Thinking of, December 2016
Myra Hafetz - Stillness, January 2017
Myra Hafetz - Stillness, January 2017
Neil O. Lawner - On the Street: Expect the Unexpected, June 2017
Neil O. Lawner - On the Street: Expect the Unexpected, June 2017
Allison Rufrano - Visibly Invisible, February 2017
Allison Rufrano - Visibly Invisible, February 2017
R. Wayne Parsons - Stepping Up – or Down, December 2016
R. Wayne Parsons - Stepping Up – or Down, December 2016
Irene Greenberg - Fade, May 2016
Irene Greenberg - Fade, May 2016
F. Emmanuel Bastien - Fragmented Reflections, October 2016
F. Emmanuel Bastien - Fragmented Reflections, October 2016
Bruce Wodder - Stone Walls of the Incas, May 2017
Bruce Wodder - Stone Walls of the Incas, May 2017
Jay Matusow - Water’s Edge, January 2017
Jay Matusow - Water’s Edge, January 2017
B.T. Kim - Roam Free, April 2017
B.T. Kim - Roam Free, April 2017
Bob Leonard - Looking Closely, April 2016
Bob Leonard - Looking Closely, April 2016
Roman Makhmutov - Euro Integration, April 2017
Roman Makhmutov - Euro Integration, April 2017
Paul S. Stetzer Jr. - Always - At The Seashore
Paul S. Stetzer Jr. - Always - At The Seashore
Stuart Zalka - July/December, June 2016
Stuart Zalka - July/December, June 2016
Joan Lemler - Abandoned: Inside and Out, February 2017
Joan Lemler - Abandoned: Inside and Out, February 2017
George Greenstein - Shadow, February 2017
George Greenstein - Shadow, February 2017
Kenneth Hoffman - Vietnam Street Photographs, June 2016
Kenneth Hoffman - Vietnam Street Photographs, June 2016
Richard Gardner - A Note for Juliet
Richard Gardner - A Note for Juliet
Ellen Jacob - Born Here Project, May 2016
Ellen Jacob - Born Here Project, May 2016
Jake Lambroza - Street Moments — NYC, April 2017
Jake Lambroza - Street Moments — NYC, April 2017
Kristin Slaby - The Children of Vigário Geral, June 2016
Kristin Slaby - The Children of Vigário Geral, June 2016
Seena Sussman - Crossroads, October 2016
Seena Sussman - Crossroads, October 2016
David Kutz - The Stranger’s Path and Future Obsolescence, April 2017
David Kutz - The Stranger’s Path and Future Obsolescence, April 2017
Jady Bates - You As Angel, December 2016
Jady Bates - You As Angel, December 2016
Lawrence Gottesman - Thirteen Asymmetries, September 2016
Lawrence Gottesman - Thirteen Asymmetries, September 2016
Robert Kalman - The Nicaraguans: A Timeless Passage, May 2017
Robert Kalman - The Nicaraguans: A Timeless Passage, May 2017
Martin Frank - Industrial Figures, April 2017
Martin Frank - Industrial Figures, April 2017
Larry Davis - New Work, January 2017
Larry Davis - New Work, January 2017
Peter Agron - Two, and a Quarter, January 2017
Peter Agron - Two, and a Quarter, January 2017
Patricia Beary - Whisper Loudly, February 2017
Patricia Beary - Whisper Loudly, February 2017
Tony Kirman - Color Interactions, February 2017
Tony Kirman - Color Interactions, February 2017
John Custodio - On the Road: Structures, May 2017
John Custodio - On the Road: Structures, May 2017
Norman Borden - Out of the Norm, June 2017
Norman Borden - Out of the Norm, June 2017
Susan Bowen - In Your Face, June 2017
Susan Bowen - In Your Face, June 2017
Sarah Corbin - Crin Blanc (White Mane): Horses of the Camargue, December 2016
Sarah Corbin - Crin Blanc (White Mane): Horses of the Camargue, December 2016
Martin Rich - Almost Alive, December 2016
Martin Rich - Almost Alive, December 2016
Armando Espinoza - Beautiful Imperfect, June 2016
Armando Espinoza - Beautiful Imperfect, June 2016
Millie Falcaro - Enter Knowing, February 2017
Millie Falcaro - Enter Knowing, February 2017
Ronaldo Aguiar - Nor’easter, January 2017
Ronaldo Aguiar - Nor’easter, January 2017
Carol Julien - New York Winks, June 2017
Carol Julien - New York Winks, June 2017

Membership 

Members of Soho Photo are part of a cooperative gallery with deep roots in the New York City photographic community. Membership offers access to a diverse and supportive community of photographers and the opportunity to exhibit your work throughout the year. Members participate actively on at least one committee or take on at least one ongoing service commitment to the gallery, based on individual skills and interests.

Who Should Apply?
We’re looking for artists with a passion for photography, a clear and meaningful photographic vision, an appreciation for the craft and a willingness to participate in the operation of the gallery. We’re open to new ideas. Some of our members strive to re-imagine the meaning, value, and boundaries of photography, others to perfect a particular thread or technique.

Talk to Us
Before you apply for membership we suggest that you come to the gallery and talk with our members. You can contact us to set up a special appointment or just drop by during regular hours—members are always there.

The Application Process
Generally, portfolios are reviewed starting at 10:00am on the first Saturday of every month except August (see dates below). A portfolio is a cohesive body of 12 to 20 prints representing a distinct theme or an on-going project illustrating:

  • Skill as a photographer
  • Editing proficiency
  • Ability to present exhibition-quality prints

Your prints should be unframed, but appropriately matted or presented according to your vision, as though you were preparing for an actual exhibition. If you plan to display your work in any manner other than traditional framing, please give us a very brief description of what you intend to do.

Drop off your print portfolio, completed artist membership application at the gallery at 10:00am sharp on the review day or during our regular hours during the month prior to the Saturday review. A $50.00 non–refundable deposit is required upon submission of your portfolio. The deposit will be credited towards your first year’s dues if your portfolio is approved for membership.

All Soho Photo Gallery members may participate in the Portfolio Review Committee. Prospective new member portfolios are placed on easels so members may mingle with the photographs and engage in individual discussions. The committee members then gather to share their responses to the portfolio while notes on the discussion are recorded.

Please arrive at the gallery at 12:30pm or arrange to speak on the phone with a member of the Portfolio Review Committee if you are remote. This member will have conversation with you, let you know whether or not if you’ve been accepted and share the reactions, advice and insights of the committee.

Membership
Membership enables you to exhibit your work throughout the year and requires your active participation in the running of the gallery. Responsibilities include:

  • Participating in on-going service commitments, some of which can be conducted remotely
  • Sitting, or arranging for sitting in order to keep the gallery open, especially during the month you’re exhibiting
  • Framing, hanging, removing your show and prepping the walls, or arranging to have it done
  • Arranging for the transport of your work to and from the gallery

2017 Portfolio Review Dates
June 3, 2017
July 8, 2017
September 9, 2017
October 7, 2017
November 4, 2017
December 2, 2017

Download an application form – Membership Application

General Membership

US$600.00/Year
  • Plus one-time US$200.00 building fee

Young Artist Membership

US$200.00/Year
  • Plus one-time US$200.00 building fee (35 years of age or younger)

Contact

Larry Davis

Larry Davis

Membership Coordinator

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