Soho Photo Gallery, a non-profit arts organization directed and operated by our artists, seeks to promote appreciation of photography as a fine art. For 43 years we have worked toward this goal in a variety of ways, primarily through exhibiting photography in our large gallery space in Tribeca. Showing work from artists throughout the United States as well as Europe, Asia, North and Latin America, we share our passion with a worldwide membership and audience. We take pride in on our community outreach program. Over the years we have presented photography exhibitions with community organizations including: Broadway Cares, Shoot4Change, the Haitian Cultural Center, and the Josephine Herrick Project for Returning Veterans. Soho Photo is the creator of the famous Krappy Kamera Competition and exhibition and we feature numerous other competitions throughout the year, including: Alternative Processes, a National Photography Competition open to all types of photography and, new this season, a Portfolio Competition.
The Built Environment designates the structures and spaces humankind has created in which to live, work, and play. It includes every kind of buildings, parks and other greenspaces, roads, and infrastructures of all types. Interpreting this theme for Photoville, 34 photographers from Soho Photo are presenting a diversity of creative viewpoints that reveal many of the ways we live and co-exist today.
Building an artist’s portfolio is a very personal journey. Selecting, editing, sequencing and presentation are key ingredients for assembling your body/bodies of work. Sandra and Lois will walk you through the process in an interactive presentation.Learn More