The Soho Photo Gallery was established in 1971 by a group of New York Times photographers striving to break away from the commercial art gallery experience and offer something new. It is now the only non-profit cooperative photography gallery in New York City. The gallery is run entirely by members - over one hundred of them who direct, operate, and financially support the gallery. Well-known photographers have shared in exhibiting at the Soho Photo Gallery as well, including Ansel Adams, Andre Kertesz, Jill Enfield, Jill Freedman, and Joel Sternfeld. Regularly featured in local newspapers, trade and national publications, their website, www.sohophoto.com, offers regular updates with announcements of new exhibitions and other exciting gallery events.
These artists below are participants in the group exhibition “A Monochrome Winter” presented by Red Filter Gallery in January 26, 2012.