Sarah Charlesworth

Sarah Charlesworth (1947-2013) was a visual artist and photographer who exhibited widely in the US and abroad. With over 50 individual exhibitions, a traveling museum retrospective (organized by SITE, Santa Fe) and presence in many major museum shows and collections, Charlesworth was one of the seminal figures in creating work that bridges the gap between fine art and a critical practice of photography. Charlesworth's body of work explores issues concerning the language of photography within contemporary culture. In addition to her photographic work, Sarah Charlesworth taught photography for many years in the graduate program at the School of Visual Arts in N.Y., and later served as faculty at Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts. Charlesworth's work appears in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum, NY, the Museum of Modern Art, NY, the Whitney Museum, NY, the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum, NY, the Museum of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MOCA, Los Angeles, the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis and many others. She was the recipient of two National Endowment grants and a Guggenheim Fellowship.

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Artists of the Gallery

Youssef Abdelke

Lamia Maria Abillama

John M Armleder

Nadim Asfar

Mojé Assefjah

Martin Assig

Sonja Braas

Ricardo Brey

Christian Carle Catafago

Franck Christen

Zena el Khalil

Fouad ElKoury

Simone Fattal

Gilbert Hage

Herbert Hamak

Abdulrahman Katanani

Urs Lüthi

Randa Mirza

Charlotte Mumm

Nabil Nahas

Serge Najjar

Michelangelo Pistoletto

Giulio Rimondi

Charles Sandison

Adrian Schiess

Catharina van Eetvelde

Stephen Waddell

Fadi Yazigi

Kimiko Yoshida

Ghassan Zard