The Curator Gallery is pleased to present Waterforms, a solo exhibition of photographs by Jonathan Smith.  The exhibition includes work from Smith’s Streams and Rivers series, both photographed in Iceland in 2013 and 2014 as well as work from his Glaciers series, photographed in Patagonia in 2015.  Smith is also debuting new works from his most recent residency in Iceland that form the next chapter of his mediations on landscape.

Jonathan Smith is a Brooklyn-based photographer. His work consists of large-scale, highly nuanced color photographs of the stark natural beauty and inherent impermanence of landscapes. Born and raised in England, Smith received a B.A. in Fine Art at the University for Creative Arts in Canterbury U.K, and a diploma in Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism at the International Center for Photography in New York City. Smith spent the early years of his career assisting and printing for Joel Meyerowitz. He has won numerous photography awards, and his work has been widely exhibited both in the United States and internationally.  His work is included in collections at the Museum of the City of New York and the Design Trust for Public Space in New York.

Waterforms is Jonathan Smith’s second solo exhibition at The Curator Gallery.  His first solo exhibition was 2014’s Streams.  Smith’s work has also been included in several group shows at the gallery.  

The Curator Gallery is a fine art gallery in Chelsea founded and underwritten by Ann S. Moore, the retired Chairman and CEO of Time Inc.  The gallery’s mission is to give exposure to hardworking artists, as well as to educate and expand the pool of serious, engaged collectors.  The gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday, 11am to 6pm. 

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