Gallery Luisotti was founded in 1996 by Theresa Luisotti as a platform for affirming conceptual and landscape photography made during and after the 1960s as vital to the discourse and history of contemporary art. A driving thesis of the gallery is the 1975 exhibition "New Topographics: Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscape," which was at George Eastman House. That exhibition introduced a new understanding of the landscape photograph as well as the serial format as a conceptual gesture. Since its founding, the gallery has presented exhibitions that thread together simultaneous photographic aesthetic developments in Europe, particularly Germany, and the Americas, specifically the American West. The gallery's roster of artists is marked by an openness to new developments in contemporary photography, whether it is an awareness of issues relating to gender and race, or rigorous studio practices or proliferation of the post-modern narrative photograph.

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  1. Foundation date 1996


  • Peter Holzhauer

  • Mark Ruwedel

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  • Theresa Luisotti

  • Michael Peña

  • Natasha Berokoff

Represented Artists

  • Catherine Wagner

  • Toshio Shibata

  • Ursula Schulz-Dornburg

  • Mark Ruwedel

  • Milton Rogovin

  • Heinrich Riebesehl

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    United States of America

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