Terri Gold featured by Dodho Online Photography Magazine

Happy to have my work featured on Dodho Magazine as the date of my solo show “Still Points in a Turning World” at Salomon Arts Gallery in NYC approaches!

The opening reception for the show will be April 19th from 5:30 – 8:30pm.

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Follow this link to read the whole article.


Save the Date: Still Points in a Turning World – Exhibition at Salomon Arts Gallery

I am very excited to announce my solo exhibition of “Still Points in a Turning World,” featuring visual tales from my travels to the last mysterious corners of the world.  The show will be at the Salomon Arts Gallery in Tribeca, NY.

Please save the date for the opening reception on April 19th!



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


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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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.

Center for Photographic Art – International Juried Exhibition

Suri Family in the Omo Valley from my Omo Valley, Ethiopia series has been featured in the Center for Photographic Art International Juried Exhibition.

What a beautiful show!


Heritage Museum of Malaga in Malaga, Spain Shows Hamar Family In the Omo Valley


I am happy to show my photograph Hamar Family In the Omo Valley in the 3rd Biennial of Fine Art and Documentary Photography in Malaga, Spain.

This exciting exhibition is Malaga’s largest international contemporary photography event. Held on September 18th, 2014, this edition of the Biennial will feature 164 artists from 25 countries at the modern Heritage Museum of Malaga.

This visual feast is the third edition of the Biennial, which first opened at the Circle of Fine Arts in Madrid in 2010, and then opened at the Borges Cultural Center in Buenos Aires in 2012.


Table Of Silence Project 9/11

The Table of Silence Project 9/11 returned  today to Lincoln Center at the Josie Robertson Plaza around the fountain. This free public ceremony for peace commenced at 8:15 and concluded at 8:46 AM, the moment when American Airlines Flight 11 crashed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center.

This is the fourth presentation of The Table of Silence Project 9/11, a ritual for peace, conceived and choreographed by Jacqulyn Buglisi in collaboration with Italian visual artist, Rossella Vasta. A moving meditation, it is the the human embodiment of Vasta’s “Table of Silence” sculptural installation of 100 ceramic plates representing a symbolic banquet table uniting humanity.

“Moving to the ritualistic beat of the tympani, the minimal chant of the singers, the echoes the conch and the melody of the flute, the dancers ascend onto the Plaza forming patterns of concentric circles to create a peace labyrinth that culminates symbolically at 8:46 am and signifies eternity, purity and the continuous life cycle. This sacred landscape is filled with the transcendent energy of the Mandala, connecting dancers, musicians, and viewers to the healing rituals of the natural world.” said Marina Kennedy.

For all of us who were in NYC on 9/11/2001 and for people everywhere, that day is seared into our memory. I was so  glad to begin this day of remembrance, sharing and being part of this wonderful tribute.

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11  

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11