Sally Gall is a photographer living and working in New York City. In addition to her fine art career, she teaches photography, and works as an editorial and advertising landscape and lifestyle photographer. Her work is in numerous museum and corporate collections and she has been awarded several prestigious fellowships, which include two MacDowell Colony Fellowships and a Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Residency.
Gall has published two books of photographs, The Waters Edge (Umbra Editions / Chronicle Books, 1995) with an essay on her work by writer James Salter, and Subterranea, (Umbrage Editions, 2005) with an essay on her work by two-time U.S. Poet Laureate Mark Strand. The Waters Edge is an anthology of photographs whose dominant theme is the interplay of water and not water. In Subterranea, she explores the “hidden” landscape of caves and the twilight zone between daylight and darkness.
Gall has a twenty five year history of solo and group shows at museums and galleries. She has had seven solo exhibitions with the Julie Saul Gallery, New York City, the most recent being Crawl.