Anastasia Photo

Anastasia Photo Specializing in documentary photography and photojournalism, the gallery also serves as a center for discussion and portfolio review. Anastasia Photo specializes in Documentary Photography and Photojournalism.
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The gallery space also serves as a center for discussion and portfolio review. To connect the photographs we exhibit with the events they depict and the photographer's passion for their subject matter, Anastasia Photo supports a related philanthropic organization with every exhibition. For sales inquiries, contact [email protected]

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We are excited to announce the opening of Jonathan Alpeyrie’s AMAZONAS, now on view as a 3D virtual exhibition at www.an...
12/09/2020

We are excited to announce the opening of Jonathan Alpeyrie’s AMAZONAS, now on view as a 3D virtual exhibition at www.anastasia-photo.com.

This year, photographer Jonathan Alpeyrie traveled to the remote city of Manaus in Northern Brazil to photograph the pandemic’s effects on some of Brazil’s Indigenous tribes. During his time in Manaus, Alpeyrie visited tribal communities such as the Tuika, the Kokama and the Apurinã who live in and around the city, exploring how they have been affected by the pandemic, as well as the pernicious effect of modernity on their culture and environment.

Anastasia Photo's cover photo
12/09/2020

Anastasia Photo's cover photo

A special thank you to Namuun Battulga and @USAmbMongolia for your interesting and insightful discussion on Mongolia and...
11/30/2020
U.S. Embassy - Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

A special thank you to Namuun Battulga and @USAmbMongolia for your interesting and insightful discussion on Mongolia and the U.S. Thank you to the teams at U.S. Embassy - Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia and @yec.mn for helping us put this together.

Watch the discussion online at: www.anastasia-photo.com/the-falcon-flies-high

"Ардчилал, соёлын өв уламжлал гээд МУ-ын, 🇺🇸🇲🇳 #СтратегийнТүншлэл-ийн өвөрмөц онцлогуудын талаар хатагтай Б.Намуунтай ярилцлаа. Энэхүү ярилцлагыг зохион байгуулсан Нью-Йорк дахь Анастасиа Фото Зургийн Галерейд баярлалаа." -Элчин сайд Клечески

"It was my pleasure to sit down and talk with Ms. Namuun Battulga about what makes Mongolia, and 🇺🇸🇲🇳 #StrategicPartnership, so special, from democracy to cultural preservation. My thanks to Anastasia Photo in New York for organizing." -Ambassador Klecheski

https://anastasia-photo.com/the-falcon-flies-high/
Young Entrepreneurs Council / Залуу Бизнес Эрхлэгчдийн Зөвлөл
Namuun Battulga

On the front page of today's The New York Times: George Steinmetz joined writer Henry Fountain in Happy, TX to report on...
10/22/2020
Belching Cows and Endless Feedlots: Fixing Cattle’s Climate Issues

On the front page of today's The New York Times: George Steinmetz joined writer Henry Fountain in Happy, TX to report on fixing cattle's climate issues.

The United States is home to 95 million, and changing what they eat could have a significant effect on emissions of greenhouse gases like methane that are warming the world.

The United States is home to 95 million cattle, and changing what they eat could have a significant effect on emissions of greenhouse gases like methane that are warming the world.

COOPH
09/15/2020

COOPH

"Music of New York" the current exhibition with the photographer William Meyers at the Anastasia Photo Gallery.🖼

A black and white gallery showing off various musicians that parade the cityscape of New York City.

Click the link to see the full story 👉 https://coo.ph/2H0ddbl

On view online through September 26: Music New York explores the ways in which New Yorkers encounter music. In the eight...
08/27/2020

On view online through September 26: Music New York explores the ways in which New Yorkers encounter music. In the eighteen photographs from the Music New York project featured in this exhibition, William Meyers captures both familiar and uncommon expressions of the city’s musical culture. www.anastasia-photo.com

Image: William Meyers, Uptown Bounce: Latin Disco, Museum of the City of New York, Upper East Side, August 9, 2017. ©
William Meyers, courtesy Anastasia Photo, New York.

WATCH: Venezuela in Crisis: Politics and Migration in the Time of Maduro and COVID-19. Moderated by Miguel Pizarro, Depu...
07/08/2020

WATCH: Venezuela in Crisis: Politics and Migration in the Time of Maduro and COVID-19. Moderated by Miguel Pizarro, Deputy of the National Assembly of Venezuela with Andrew Selee (President, Migration Policy Institute), Carolina Jimenez (Deputy Research Director for the Americas, Amnesty International) and documentary photographer, Felipe Jácome. https://anastasia-photo.com/the-conscientious-lens/

Graydon Carter and Alessandra Stanley's Air Mail features Felipe Jácome's current exhibition Caminantes: The Venezuelan ...
06/17/2020
Felipe Jácome: Caminantes via Air Mail

Graydon Carter and Alessandra Stanley's Air Mail features Felipe Jácome's current exhibition Caminantes: The Venezuelan Exodus. Take a 3D virtual tour on our website: www.anastasia-photo.com

Felipe Jácome: Caminantes, June 11, 2020 - June 27, 2020 at Anastasia Photo, New York, United States

Take a 3D virtual exhibition tour of our latest exhibition, Caminantes: The Venezuelan Exodus by Felipe Jácome. On view ...
05/01/2020
Felipe Jácome

Take a 3D virtual exhibition tour of our latest exhibition, Caminantes: The Venezuelan Exodus by Felipe Jácome. On view at www.anastasia-photo.com now!

Since 2015, nearly five million Venezuelans (roughly 15% of the population) have emigrated from their home country while 94% of those remaining live in poverty in a deepening humanitarian crisis fueled by economic mismanagement and human rights violations.

Felipe Jácome, "Pedro and His Nephews," 2019. © Felipe Jácome, courtesy Anastasia Photo, New York.Pedro migrated to Perú...
04/30/2020

Felipe Jácome, "Pedro and His Nephews," 2019. © Felipe Jácome, courtesy Anastasia Photo, New York.

Pedro migrated to Perú early 2018 but went back to Venezuela to bring his wife and child. His eight nephews decided to tag along and join him in Perú in search for a better life. According to the UN, Perú reached a record daily high of 8,000 Venezuelans crossing the border in June 2019. There are now over 800,000 Venezuelan refugees and migrants living in Perú.

Thanks COOPH for highlighting Ans Westra's current exhibit at Anastasia Photo. We are pleased to announce that Westra's ...
02/20/2020

Thanks COOPH for highlighting Ans Westra's current exhibit at Anastasia Photo. We are pleased to announce that Westra's exhibition "Urban Drift" will be extended through March.

New Zealand's Maori culture portrayed over a period of 60 years.

Read more in our latest Exhibit Review: 'Urban Drift' by Ans Westra 👉 ⁣coo.ph/2UXSGsZ

Justin Mott has returned to Ol Pejeta Conservancy to photograph Najin and Fatu's historic ovum pickup. This procedure co...
02/07/2020
Perspective | Survival of a subspecies: Hope for the northern white rhino

Justin Mott has returned to Ol Pejeta Conservancy to photograph Najin and Fatu's historic ovum pickup. This procedure could provide the last two remaining northern white rhinos some hope of future offspring.

Perspective Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events

Thank you PDN for featuring a selection of Ans Westra's current exhibit, "Urban Drift." On view for the first time in th...
01/17/2020
PDN

Thank you PDN for featuring a selection of Ans Westra's current exhibit, "Urban Drift." On view for the first time in the United States at Anastasia Photo through February 22nd.

Ans Westra, the self-taught photographer credited with creating the most comprehensive visual record of New Zealand's Māori culture, is the subject of a new show at Anastasia Photo. Check out her images on Photo of the Day.

Anastasia Photo's cover photo
12/02/2019

Anastasia Photo's cover photo

Peter Bush, MANA: 60 Years of All Blacks Photography featured on Stuff. Currently on view through November 23 at Anastas...
10/19/2019
60 years of All Blacks' greatest moments celebrated at Rugby World Cup

Peter Bush, MANA: 60 Years of All Blacks Photography featured on Stuff. Currently on view through November 23 at Anastasia Photo and opening October 22 - November in Tokyo at adidas' flagship (23-5 Udagawacho, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0042).

From Dan Carter to Jonah Lomu, images of the greatest All Blacks are going on display in the Big Apple.

Justin Mott discusses his longterm project "Kindred Guardians" with LFI - Leica Fotografie International. The first inst...
10/10/2019
LFI - Leica Fotografie International

Justin Mott discusses his longterm project "Kindred Guardians" with LFI - Leica Fotografie International. The first installment documenting the last two remaining northern white rhinos was recently on view at Anastasia Photo.

Justin Mott's pictures of the last two northern white rhinos have been seen all over the world. The photographer spoke with us about his faith in humanity, and the plans he still has – and he confides in us which equipment he finds best for telling his stories.

Congratulations to Justin Mott on being awarded an International Photography Awards for his series "To Serve & Protect,"...
09/14/2019
IPA 2019 Winner / To Serve and Protect / Justin Mott

Congratulations to Justin Mott on being awarded an International Photography Awards for his series "To Serve & Protect," recently on view at the gallery.

Join us and Justin at The Farm Soho on Monday, September 16th at 7pm for a Panel Discussion: Kindred Guardians with Kathi Lynn Austin (Conflict Awareness Project), Wim Brown (Focused Conservation). Moderated by Sara Marinello (WCS Newsroom).

RSVP Essential: [email protected].

Fatu and Najin(mother and daughter) are the last 2 remaining northern white rhinos in the world. They are protected and looked after around the clock at Ol Pejeta conservancy in Kenya by caretakers and armed guards. The people who look after them sacrifice and risk their lives for these animals, thi...

Peter Bush, "NZ vs France, 2nd Test, Athletic Park, Wellington, New Zealand," 1968. © Peter Bush, courtesy Anastasia Pho...
09/14/2019

Peter Bush, "NZ vs France, 2nd Test, Athletic Park, Wellington, New Zealand," 1968. © Peter Bush, courtesy Anastasia Photo, New York.

Thank you National Geographic for selecting an image from Justin Mott's current exhibition, "No Man's Land" for "Your be...
07/20/2019
15 photos that tell stories words cannot

Thank you National Geographic for selecting an image from Justin Mott's current exhibition, "No Man's Land" for "Your best photos of the week."

Each week, our editors choose stunning photos submitted by members of Your Shot, National Geographic's photo community.

Justin Mott's 'No Man's Land' featured today in the Washington Post. The first installment of Mott's ongoing series 'Kin...
07/08/2019
Justin Mott

Justin Mott's 'No Man's Land' featured today in the Washington Post. The first installment of Mott's ongoing series 'Kindred Guardians' is on view through at the gallery through September 15th.

'No Man’s Land:’ The Plight of the Northern White Rhino by Photographer Justin Mott.

Featured in The Washington Post.

#NothernWhiteRhino #KindredGuardians #WashingtonPost

A preview of Justin Mott's current exhibition "No Man's Land" featured on PDN. On view through September 15.
06/29/2019
The Guardians of the White Rhino

A preview of Justin Mott's current exhibition "No Man's Land" featured on PDN. On view through September 15.

No Man's Land by Justin Mott captures the caretakers of Fatu and Nijan, the only two remaining white northern white rhinos on the planet.

Tomas van Houtryve Artist's latest series "Lines and Lineage," is currently on view at La Scam, Paris through October 25...
06/25/2019
Lines and Lineage exhibition in Paris, Galerie de LaSCAM - Tomas van Houtryve Photography

Tomas van Houtryve Artist's latest series "Lines and Lineage," is currently on view at La Scam, Paris through October 25. The series, which was awarded the Roger Pic Award takes aim at America’s collective amnesia of history, addressing the missing photographic record of the period when Mexico ruled what we now know as the American West.

Lines and Lineage exhibition for the winners of the Roger Pic Award, from 11 June to 25 October, 2019 Galerie de LaSCAM Société civile des auteurs multimédia 5 avenue Vélasquez 75008 Paris France About the work Lines and Lineage takes aim at America’s collective amnesia of history. The work ad...

"Top Secret - Traces of the Cold War" an exhibition of work by Martin Roemers is currently on view at Zeitgeschichtliche...
06/11/2019
Spuren des Kalten Krieges. Fotografien von Martin Roemers - Ausstellung im Haus der Geschichte Bonn

"Top Secret - Traces of the Cold War" an exhibition of work by Martin Roemers is currently on view at Zeitgeschichtliches Forum Leipzig.

For more than ten years, Roemers has traveled through Europe photographing rusty tanks, abandoned listening stations and faded military hospitals. Through these dilapidated relics, which at one point served as power centers of a global conflict, Roemers traces the legacy of the Cold War.

Justin Mott spoke to NBC New York about "No Man's Land," the first installment of his long term project "Kindred Guardia...
06/08/2019
Heart-Wrenching Photos Document Last 2 Northern White Rhinos

Justin Mott spoke to NBC New York about "No Man's Land," the first installment of his long term project "Kindred Guardians." "No Man's Land" is currently on view at Anastasia Photo through September 15.

Renowned photographer Justin Mott exhibits his photo series 'No Man's Land' on the last two remaining northern white rhinos.

Anastasia Photo's cover photo
06/05/2019

Anastasia Photo's cover photo

Opening tomorrow Thursday, June 6th: Justin Mott, No Man's Land. With no male northern white rhinos left on the planet, ...
06/05/2019
Justin Mott

Opening tomorrow Thursday, June 6th: Justin Mott, No Man's Land.

With no male northern white rhinos left on the planet, No Man’s Land is a poignant swan song to the dedicated Ol Pejeta Conservancy caretakers of the last two remaining females, Fatu and Najin.

No Man’s Land is the first installment of Kindred Guardians, Mott’s long-term series documenting people who devote their lives to animal welfare and conserving wildlife.

Image: © Justin Mott, courtesy Anastasia Photo, New York.

Justin Mott is an award-winning documentary, editorial and commercial photographer and cinematographer born in Rhode Island, USA and based for over eight years in Southeast Asia.

Congratulations to Sarah Blesener who has won 1st place in the World Press Photo Contest's Long Term Project category fo...
04/15/2019
Sarah Blesener LTP-AAD | World Press Photo

Congratulations to Sarah Blesener who has won 1st place in the World Press Photo Contest's Long Term Project category for her series "Beckon Us from Home."

The annual photo contest rewards photographers for the best single exposure pictures contributing to the past year of visual journalism. Whether entered as singles or stories, these pictures are judged in terms of their accurate, fair, and visually compelling insights about our world.

Students attend a Marine Military Academy summer camp, in Harlingen, Texas, USA. The academy hosts a summer camp for boys between 12 and 18 from around the world.

View some of Kazuyoshi Nomachi's works from his current exhibition at Anastasia Photo over on El País. Nomachi's eponymo...
04/02/2019
Fotos: Los paisajes de sol y arena de Kazuyoshi Nomachi

View some of Kazuyoshi Nomachi's works from his current exhibition at Anastasia Photo over on El País. Nomachi's eponymous exhibit is on view through April 30, 2019.

El fotoperiodista japonés recorrió África en los setenta, después le llegó el turno a Oriente Próximo y Asia. En los últimos años, Los Andes, India e Irán han desfilado ante su objetivo. La galería Anastasia Photo de Nueva York expone algunas de sus fotografías hasta el 30 de abril

Now on view:Kazuyoshi NomachiJanuary 24—April 30, 2019More information: https://bit.ly/2Jboyp3
01/25/2019

Now on view:

Kazuyoshi Nomachi
January 24—April 30, 2019

More information: https://bit.ly/2Jboyp3

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