Susan Wides - Photographer | Visual Artist

About the Artist
Essays | Reviews

Susan Wides' work has been exhibited widely throughout the U.S. and Europe. The artist's solo exhibitions include a recent mid-career survey at The Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY; The Center for Creative Photography, AZ; The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz; and Urbi et Orbi Galerie, Paris. Group exhibitions include the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; The High Museum of Art, and The Municipal Art Society, New York. Work by the artist is held in many public collections, including The International Center of Photography, NY; The Brooklyn Museum, NY; The Art Museum of Princeton University, NJ; La Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, FR; The Center for Creative Photography, AZ; The Norton Museum of Art, FL; Frances Lehman Loeb Art Museum, NY and the Museum of The City of New York. Her work appears in numerous anthologies including 'New York in Color' and 'A Photographer's City.' Wides' work has been featured in Artforum, Art in America, Art News, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Village Voice, Le Monde, Harper's and New York, among others. Her exhibition catalogs, including Hudson Valley, a 100-page book published by The Hudson River Museum, I, Manahatta, Fresh Kills and The Name of And, are available through Kim Foster Gallery, who has represented the artist for over a decade. Wides is also the Director and Curator of 'T' Space, a non-profit exhibition space dedicated to the fusion of art, poetry and music, which is embedded in natural phenomena in the Hudson Valley.