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 What Others Say:
“…Soho Photo Gallery has survived since 1971 because it has fulfilled the goals of its founders – to be a photographer’s place.” —Actuphoto
“…an interesting alternative to commercial spaces in the city….an accessible, welcoming place for both artists and visitors.”—Siobhan Wall, “Quiet New York” (Frances Lincoln Publishers, 2014)
“…A thriving downtown photography cooperative [marked] its 40th anniversary with an exhibition of photos by its founding members. The group’s deep roots are still reflected in its pictures and practices.” –WNYC Radio  
“Soho Photo, a cooperative gallery in its fifth decade, does a service maintaining interest in these historic processes.” –William Meyers, Wall Street Journal (reviewing 2012 Alternative Processes Show)
 News:
 2017
The Krappy Kamera Competition
No Difference Between Them
TriBeCa Photography Exhibit Celebrates Interracial Couples
2015
Lori Nix speaks at Soho Photo
 “It’s a Dog’s World” at SohoPhoto Gallery
 “It’s a Dog’s World!” Exhibition
 It’s a Dog’s World
Sarah Corbin awarded 2nd Place, Nature in PHOTOcentric 2015 juried by Julie Saul
Mighty Mutts Teams With Waggytail Rescue and Soho Photo Gallery to Raise Donations for NYC’s Stray Animals
“It’s a Dog’s World” at TriBeCa Photography Gallery
Susan Bowen in Park Slope Windsor Terrace Open Studio: November 7–8  2015
Susan Bowen in Gowanus Open Studio Tour 2015
RULE BREAKERS: RUBEN NATAL SAN MIGUEL New York without the filter: Striking photos of street life at its best reveal why NYC really is the coolest city on the planet
See vivid and striking photographs of NYC street life
‘Vanishing’ NYC Street Life Captured in Tribeca Photo Exhibit
Selected Artists and Researchers – FIF – BH 2015!!!!! (Ellen Jacob’s “Substitutes” to be Exhibited in International Festival of Photography of Belo Horizante 2015)
SOHO PHOTO GALLERY: Exhibition to July 25th
New SoHo Non-Profit Arts Network Launched With a Mission to Support Soho’s Creative History and Growing Artistic Community
Celebrating the Art of Low-Tech Photography with Krappy Kameras
Introducing The Krappy Kamera Contest, A Photography Competition That Honors Lo-Fi Beauty
Norman Borden: Milton Ellenbogen’s Pick
Let Us Now Praise Crappy Cameras
Competition of “Krappy Kameras” Brings Beautiful Images to TriBeCa
2015 International Krappy Kamera Winners’ Exhibition
Winners of Krappy Kamera Contest Unveiled
Gorgeous Family Portraits Capture Rich Cultural Heritage
Seven Solo Shows at Soho Photo Gallery
Picturing the Built Environment at Soho Photo Gallery
A Glimpse of Cuban Life on Display in TriBeCa
 2013 and Earlier
July12 Shoot4Change
Scene, Week of May 17, 2012
Ruth Gruber: Words, Pictures and History
Tiny Photos on Display at TriBeCa Gallery
Soho Photo 2012 Small Works National Competition Winners
City’s Oldest Member-Run Photo Gallery Celebrates 40 Years Downtown
Listen to the Fishko Files on WNYC–FM
Muslims Who Saved Jews During the Holocaust/Forward
Beyond Point-and-Shoot/New York Observer
Maxeen Smart Memorial Retrospective/Camera Arts
Krappy Kamera Competition 2005 – Vision and Craft in Plastic/Camera Arts
Exploring the World of Piezography byJohn Custodio/Digital Photo Techniques
 
   
“Soho Photo changed my life and photography career, for the better. The opportunity to have a solo exhibit “Here I Am: Bushwick in The 80s” there in December 2011, brought tremendous interest and press, and helped lead to more exposure and publication of my first monograph “A Tale of Two Cities: Disco Era Bushwick” (Bizarre Publishing 2014). Soho Photo is a professional, supportive community of committed people who are passionate about photography, a rare gem right here in NYC.” —Meryl Meisler
“… one of our significant photography institutions in New York…Soho Photo Gallery.” —Forrest R. Old, Owner, Red Filter Gallery, Lambertville NJ and Publisher, BWGallerist  
“I love the opportunity Soho Photo gives to photographers to approach the world with their best and important works of art!” –Gary Auerbach, Photographer and Former Member, Tucson AZ
 2016
robert kalman’s series ‘i am here’ documents the lives of american lgbtq women
Norman Borden featured in New York Times Lens Blog
EXHIBITION; YOU AS ANGEL BY JADY BATES Jady Bates: Contextualising the Concept Presented
Repubblica Nazzionale Features Bob Leonard
Photo Exhibit Captures Selfie ‘Spectacle” at 9/11 Memorial
Exhibit shows ‘selfie spectacle’ at 9/11 Memorial
Point of View at Soho Photo
Blissful Black-and-White Photos of Lovers on NYC Beaches
2016 International Portfolio Competition at Soho Photo
Beautiful Photos from ‘Krappy’ Cameras Take Center Stage in TriBeCa Exhibit
Krappy Kamera Awards Prove Even Lo-Fi Tools
Jennifer Shaw and the 2016 International Krappy Kamera Competition at Soho Photo
Survivors Captured in ‘The Breast and the Sea’ Exhibit
Asahi Shimbun—Japanese Language Coverage of Ellen Jacob’s “Substitutes”
2014
Soho Photo: Upcoming Exhibition
Galerija Fotografija: Instagram_WIP#3. Invited Artist Carol Julien: In Sight After 5
Melitte Buchman’s Salt Prints of the Gowanus Win First Place in Soho Photo’s Alternative Processes Competition
IUCN Red List 50th Anniversary Biophilia Ball Benefit – 3 George Grubb Prints Auctioned on Paddle8
Norman Borden Subway Sightings
Artists’ View of NYC Subway Experience Rolls Into TriBeCa Gallery
Elizabeth Avedon/Ellen Jacob: Waiting Room
Ellen Jacob: Waiting Room
Wild Animals Brave NYC Streets in TriBeCa Photo Show
Soho Photo Gallery: Winners of the National Photography Competition
Susanne Middelberg at Soho Photo Gallery
Photo Therapy: Never-Before-Seen Images from the Josephine Herrick Project/WSJ Photo Journal
Thought Provoking Portraits of New York City Children With Their Nannies
Ibarionex Perello interviews Ellen Jacob on The Candid Frame
WPIX Morning Show interviews Ellen Jacob about her controversial series “Substitutes”
MSNBC’s NewsNation interviews Ellen Jacob about “Substitutes”
Thought-Provoking Photos of New York’s Nannies and the Children They Care For
Probing Nature Digitally
Three Aspects of City Life in ‘Soho Photo’ Exhibit