G.H. Strauss has been doing wide-ranging photography in black and white and color since 1990. It is characterized by spontaneous discovery of people, places and animals and influenced by his interest in jazz, Surrealism, visual rhythms, symbolism and social concerns.
His work has appeared in national juried group shows as well solo exhibitions in public and private spaces over the years. A New York arts writer has stated that “humor and magic are both present in the photographs of G.H. Strauss.”
During 2014, his photographs have been exhibited at the Koh Gallery and West Side Arts Coalition Gallery in Manhattan and at the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition Gallery in Red Hook, Brooklyn. A number of his works will be featured in early 2015 in the President’s Gallery at John Jay College in Manhattan.
The forthcoming book, Best of Photography 2014, will publish his cityscape, Great Snowfall of 2000 – Central Park. An image from his Everyday Surrealism Collection, “Hanging Out in Riverside Park,” will be published in an upcoming issue of Street Photography Magazine.
In addition, 20 of his diverse photographs were in the May, July and October 2014 editions of MyArtContest.com, an online publication of Artist Portfolio Magazine.
The Strauss digital portfolios are organized around these themes
• Surreal Images
• New York Scenes
• Landscapes & Cityscapes
• Dogs Are People Too
• Images of Race and Class
View all of the artwork for the LA vs NY exhibit
View the 2013 LA vs NY issue of Artist Portfolio Magazine