Still Points in a Turning World

In April of 2017, the Salomon Arts Gallery in Tribeca, New York held a solo exhibit of my ongoing project, “Still Points in a Turning World”. This work explores our universal cross-cultural truths: the importance of family, community, ritual and the amazing diversity of its expression.

“The central revelation of anthropology is that this world deserves to exist in a diverse way, that we must find a way to live in a truly multicultural, world where all of the wisdom of all peoples can contribute to our collective well-being.” Wade Davis

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Terri Gold featured on DailyMail.com

 

I’m honored to have my work featured on DailyMail.com along with a wonderful article about my life’s work and travels.

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See the post here, and please visit my exhibition of Still Points in a Turning World at the Salomon Arts Gallery in Tribeca, NY from April 19 to May 11!

Salomon Arts Gallery, 83 Leonard St, 4th Floor.

Terri Gold: Still Points in a Turning World featured on Photography Blog aCurator

I’m honored to have some of my work from “Still Points in a Turning World” featured on aCurator.   The gallery exhibition of “Still Points in a Turning World” will be opening next Wednesday, April 19th at the Salomon Arts Gallery.

You can read the post here, and please stop by to see the show at Salomon Arts Gallery during its run from April 19 to May 11, 2017! Salomon Arts Gallery is located at 83 Leonard St, 4th floor.

A Photo Journey Through Niger and Ethiopia – Terri Gold featured by ‘Oh the People You Meet!’

Thrilled to have some of my work from Niger and Ethiopia featured in a slideshow on ‘Oh the People You Meet!’, a global collaborative of contributors who create content for travelers, foodies and philanthropists seeking authentic local connection.

Visit OhthePeopleYouMeet.com to read the full story.

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FADA: HOUSE OF MADNESS | THE 23RD ANNUAL WATERMILL CENTER SUMMER BENEFIT & AUCTION

I’m thrilled to have two images featured in the 23rd Annual Watermill Center Summer Benefit.  Excited to see Robert Wilson and Kanye West’s collaborative art installation piece and all the other amazing artwork and performance art.  It’s an evening when the woods come alive with magical happenings…

TICKETS ON SALE NOW! On Saturday, July 30, 2016 The Watermill Center will once again bring together the worlds of theater, art, fashion, design, and society for The 23rd Annual Watermill Center Summer Benefit & Auction. Watermill’s International Summer Program participants come from over 25 countries to create installations and performances throughout our eight-and-a-half acre grounds for the event. The funds raised support The Watermill Center’s year-round Artist Residency and Education Programs, providing a unique environment for young and emerging artists to explore and develop new work.

Hamar Family in the Omo Valley - Terri Gold

Hamar Family in the Omo Valley – Terri Gold

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Silent Dune – Terri Gold

To bid on the work online, follow these links on Artsy:

Hamar Family in the Omo Valley

Silent Dune

 

Life: A Journey Through Time at the Annenberg Space for Photography

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So happy to have my images from Niger, Ethiopia and Kenya  included in the slideshow presentation accompanying the exhibit  Life: A Journey Through Time.

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March 3, 2016   at 2000 Avenue of the Stars, Los AngelesCA

LIFE: A Journey Through Time is a photographic interpretation of life on Earth from the Big Bang to the present by acclaimed National Geographic photographer Frans Lanting.

A new slideshow presentation of compelling images from photographers whose work complements the themes explored in LIFE: A Journey Through Time.
The photographers in the exhibit have greatly  inspired and influenced my own photography and I am incredibly honored to be a part of this show.