Susan Spiritus has been a leader in the field of fine art photography for 44 years, opening the doors to her Southern California gallery in 1976 so that she could share her passion for photography with others.
Today, the gallery handles works by such photographic luminaries as Ansel Adams, Ruth Bernhard, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Eikoh Hosoe, André Kertész, Paul Caponigro and George Tice. The selection is always varied as new images arrive regularly while others have been sold. Please inquire.
Also represented in the gallery’s collection are many of today’s most popular and award-winning contemporary artists including Camille Seaman, Hiroshi Watanabe, Cara Barer, Fran Forman, David Burdeny, Roman Loranc and vintage prints by John Sexton in addition to several emerging artists, Tami Bone, Mitchell Hartman, Ellen Jantzen, Deborah Parkin, Tim Hyde and Chris Kovacs from Vancouver, BC.
The gallery regularly works with new artists from overseas. Besides Seung Hoon Park (South Korea), Deborah Parkin (UK) and William Furniss (Hong Kong), we have recently begun to represent Hengki Koentjoro http://susanspiritusgallery.com/artist/hengki-koentjoro/ from Jakarta, Indonesia and Ellie Davies from the UK.
Most recently we have added representation of the following artist’s works: Jane Szabo, Ellen Cantor and Xan Padrón along with Natalie Christensen from Santa Fe, New Mexico; , Gillian Hyland from the UK and Niv Rozenberg originally from Isreal, now living in Brooklyn, NY.
We also have a robust collection of work by, Eikoh Hosoe from Japan. The newest addition to the gallery is Ryota Kajita, aka Kanji, whose work can be viewed here.
The gallery works with private collectors, corporations and design professionals providing personalized counsel in order to address each client’s individual needs. Whether a first time buyer or a prolific collector, the gallery has something for everyone. Art ranges in price, style and type including platinum, silver, hand-colored and digital. Custom framing can be arranged. Artwork can be shipped anywhere in the world.