“To photograph is to hold one’s breath, when all faculties converge to capture fleeting reality. It’s at that precise moment that mastering an image becomes a great physical and intellectual joy.”
- Henri Cartier-Bresson

At the Red Filter Gallery, we wish to serve a growing audience of fine art photography enthusiasts. A rich history of photography over the past century and a half has provided a firm basis for the contemporary artist today. The viewer engages with the image … its execution and technology rooted in tradition ...  the art embodying creative expression in new and different ways.

Fine art photography currently  encompasses a broad range of creative mediums and we seek to explore some of those evolving modalities. But at the heart of our programs will be a focus on monochrome images, Black and White, allowing new examination of abstraction, tonalities, textures and light.

The Gallery now resides “virtually” on the internet after years of exhibitions in a physical space. It is hoped we can now promote a wider range of artists, both domestic and international. Please note: We also encourage you to subscribe to our Black and White photography news website “BWGallerist” to track the trends and events in the fine art photography community today.

September 1 – September 30
“Manhattan Project”

Photographs by Michael Benari

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