This exhibition marks Sally Gallâ€™s twentieth year and sixth solo exhibition with the gallery. Beginning with the formal gardens photographed with a Diana camera that were included in Gallâ€™s first exhibition in 1986, and concluding with two recent color seascapes, the show will include examples from all the past exhibitions. Images were made in New England, France, the United Kingdom, Italy, Mexico, Bali and the Caribbean.
Gall has been long recognized as a landscape artist who combines rigorous formalism with luscious sensuality. Her work is included in numerous major public collections including the Guggenheim Museum, the Whitney Museum, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Both of her monographs, Waterâ€™s Edge and Subterranea, will be available at the exhibition.