Sally Gall photographs the natural world and its relationship to humanity, creating bodies of work about gardens, cultivated landscapes, as well as the creatures that live at ground level, and things that float through the sky. Gall is a photographer living and working in New York City. In addition to her fine art career, she teaches photography and creates commissioned work. Her photographs are in numerous museum and private collections and she has a 30 year history of gallery exhibitions. Gall has been awarded several prestigious fellowships which include two MacDowell Colony Residencies and a Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Fellowship. She has published two books, The Water's Edge (Chronicle Books, 1995) and Subterranea (Umbrage Editions, 2003). Gall is looking forward to her 13th solo show at the Julie Saul Gallery in 2019 to accompany Heavenly Creatures.
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