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Charles Gatewood (1942-2016)

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of dear friend, multi-faceted artist, and photographer Charles Gatewood. “Having friends like you is what it’s all about…,” wrote Charles Gatewood in 1976, upon reflection of his time in Syracuse as Light Work’s very first Artist-in-Residence. A self taught photographer, Gatewood led a wonderfully […]

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From the Files: Charles Gatewood

The Light Work files contain all kinds of valuable detail about artists we’ve worked with over the years. Collectively, they help us form a narrative of our history as an organization. Case in point is this letter (click on the letter to enlarge it) found in Charles Gatewood’s artist file. Gatewood was the first Light […]

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Light Work’s Guggenheim Fellows

Light Work would like to wish a hearty congratulations to our Light Work family members Susan Lipper, Arno Rafael Minkkinen & Stuart Rome on being named 2015 Guggenheim Fellows. The John Simon Guggenheim Foundation’s annual Guggenheim Fellowships are awarded to men and women who have demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional creative ability […]

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Birth of the Light Work collection

The Light Work collection is an important collection of contemporary photography and at the same time serves as a record of how Light Work has accomplished its mission to support artists working in photography since 1973. The collection was started by accident rather than by design and as a byproduct of listening to and meeting […]

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Menschel Gallery Catalogues
1985 – 1997

Light Work offers issues of the Robert B. Menschel Photography Gallery catalogue for individual purchase. Menschel Gallery exhibition catalogues are numbered 1-50. Menschel Gallery exhibition catalogues after issue 50 were integrated with Light Work's publication Contact Sheet beginning with Contact Sheet 95. The Robert B. Menschel Photography Gallery was Light Work’s main exhibition space until 2001, when a major renovation introduced the Light Work Main Gallery, now formally named the Kathleen O. Ellis Gallery, as a separate space.