“For thirty years I have photographed the beauty and mystery of the natural world -
its elemental and sometimes terrifying aspects, its silence, its persistence. To
immerse viewers in a visceral and sensual contemplation of nature and our place
within it, I have photographed gardens, cultivated fields, swimmers, jet contrails, the
twilight zone in caves, blossoming trees, dramatic skies, and the ground level kingdom
of things that creep and crawl. I photograph with an ever deepening appreciation for
how this place shapes us, even as we shape it with our passage."
Sally Gall lives and works in New York City. She exhibits widely, and
has recently mounted her ninth solo exhibition with the Julie Saul Gallery, New York.
Her work is in numerous museums and collections worldwide. She has published
two books of photographs, The Water's Edge, Chronicle Books, 1995, and Subterranea,
Umbrage Editions, 2003. She has been awarded several prestigious fellowships which
include two MacDowell Colony Fellowships and a Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Residency.
Full CV upon request.