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This is a list of the photographers whose work we always represent.To view a selection of their work, click on the photographer's name. We can also obtain work by almost any other photographer upon request. We are reputable dealers and will accept vintage prints on consignment for resale. Most of those whom we represent do a variety of sizes , and prices range from $200 to $5000. As a rule of thumb, for any given photographer, the price goes up as the size increases. Occasionally, as a photograph reaches the end of a limited edition, the price increases regardless of size. Most of our contemporary photographers limit their editions. A few number them, leaving the end number open to be filled in when they decide to close the edition.To see more of each photographer's work, please click on their name.The non-contemporary famous photographers do not have prices listed due to the fluctuating market. If you are interested in one of these, you must contact us directly. For more information, please call us. We love to chat

Nicholas Trofimuk

Nicholas is one of the most collected contemporary photographers in the country. The most common question asked when people visit our gallery is, "Who is this Nicholas Trofimuk?" He is a master printer whose subject matter is so versatile that he appeals to almost everyone. People relate to how he sees things and want to have the pleasure of seeing his work daily in their homes and businesses. He has been photographing for over 20 years, works predominantly in large format and is completely self-taught. Although his main base is just outside of Santa Fe, he has traveled extensively and has portfolios from around the world.


Duane Monczewski

Duane Monczewski has been photographing for over 30 years, primarily in the Southwest. His work is concerned with light on surface, and the manipulation of the photographic print.Working with a variety of film types, including infrared, he utilizes selective bleaching and toning and a variety of surface treatments,including graphite,conte crayon and charcoal,striving for a print that transcends a literal manipulation of the subject matter.He has worked extensively in the photographic field labs,studios, as a gallery preparator, and over 20 years as a photographic educator.His work as been widely exhibited at venues such as Harvard College and The Smithsonian Institute.He makes his home in Santa Fe.


Howard Bond

Howard Bond began photographing in 1945. After periods of making pictures for others and a brief music career, he has concentrated on self assigned photography since 1979.This is both his joy and his livelihood. He also teaches workshops, lectures, and writes articles on photography. Many major museums, private and corporate collections in the United States and abroad contain his photographs. Our gallery has been honored to represent his work for many years. He is a master printer, with great vision, whose works are always technically perfect.


Janine Niepce

Janine Niepce is one of the disappearing generation of French photographers who photographed from the 50's on and she is one of the few women to "make it" in what was considered a man's world. Her photographs of rural France, as well as of Paris, are tender and compelling. This is the first time that her photographs have been exhibited in the United States and the reaction has been more than we could ever have anticipated.


Doremus Scudder

Doremus Scudder works exclusively in black and white and hand-crafts prints from large format negatives using the Zone System. His work is based in the American tradition of "straight photography", i.e. a presentation of the subject as originally seen and visualized without further artificial manipulations of the image, traditional or digital.

Educated in Oregon and Texas, Doremus also graduated from the Vienna Academy and is a member of an Austrian opera company during much of the year. He maintains homes in both Austria and the United States. He has also worked as a commercial photographer and as a restorer of historical photographs. he is an active exhibiting photographer in Europe and is collected extensively both there and in the United States.

All photographs are archivally processed, toned in selenium and mounted and framed using museum quality cotton rag board to ensure optimum quality and longevity


Edward Gillum

Edward's career began in the late 1950s when he worked for a large advertising firm designing calendars and ad promotions. In the 1960s he worked for Walt Disney Pictures.It was here that his interest in the great outdoors and capturing its grandeur with his large format camera developed.After meeting Ansel Adams on the beach in Carmel, CA, and becoming enthralled with what could be accomplished in the darkroom, he turned from color photography to black and white and perfected his use of the Zone System.His work has been shown in galleries for over 25 years.His prints are usually editions of 50 or 60 and come in several sizes. He resides in Paris, but continues to love photographing the American West.


Lee Marmon

Lee Marmon is a native american from the Laguna Pueblo in New Mexico.He has been photographing for over 70 years and continues to create representations of Native peoples.His career and photographs are remarkable. He has had unparalleled access to several American Indian communities where even other Native American photographers have not been permitted.
This year Lee was awarded a "lifetime achievement" award by SWIA. At 80 he is still incredibly active and creating.


Willy Ronis

Willy Ronis was born at the foot of Montmatre on August 14, 1910. He learned photography in his father's workshop and has been an accomplished photographer all of his life. He has been awarded prizes so numerous that it is impossible to note them all. In 1983, in the presence of the Minister of Culture, he donated a collection of his work, including all negatives, to the City of Paris. When viewing Ronis' work we see a combination of both gift and preparation. His photography does not concern itself with any of the intellectual interpretations of the more modern conceptual photography, but with the activity of life, beckoning the viewer to become part of the scene by the sheer unpretentious honesty of his compositions. In short, Willy Ronis' photographs invariably make you feel good, about yourself, about the world, about life.


Edouard Boubat

Edouard Boubat started photographing after World War II, in 1946. "Because I know war... because I know the horror, I don't want to add to it. .........After the war, we felt the need to celebrate life, and for me photography was the means to achieve this..." Spanning over fifty years, Edouard's photographs do just this. They celebrate life. Perhaps more famous in France than in the United States, his work is becoming increasingly well known here. His works have been published in many books and we can obtain any of the images from these books if we have an adequate description.


Henri Cartier Bresson

Argueabley the most famous photographer of his generation, Henri Cartier Bresson passed away in 2004. A quote from one of his books best describes his work," For me, the camera is a sketch book, an instrument of intuition and spontaneity, the master of the instant which in visual terms, questions and decides simultaneously. In order to give meaning to the world,one must feel involved in what one singles out through the view finder." Cartier Bresson has been dubbed by his peers, "the master of the moment" and his work described as"The Decisive Moment."


Lynn Radeka

Lynn Radeka has been photographing for over 35 years. Strongly influenced by Ansel Adams and Wynn Bullock, he has become a master of the "grand landscape" of the American west. Several books of his color work have been published and a yearly calendar is usually available. He is noted for his technical and aesthetic mastery of the medium.Lynn has recently been featured in the book "World's Top Photographers:Landscape"


Norton Hintz

New to the gallery is a physicist from the faculty of the
University of Minnesota. Norton grew up in Los Angeles and started photographing with his motherís camera at the age of 10.He built his own enlarger and became the official photographer for his high school. After an early start in photography, he earned a PhD in physics from Harvard and spent a year in Cambridge, England on a fellowship. He has traveled widely, never without his camera, and has wonderful images from many interesting places. Like the others represented by our gallery, Nortonís work is traditional and he does his own darkroom work. I think you will enjoy the romantic way in which he views his subjects.







Edgar Angelone

New to our gallery, Edgar creates exquisite prints in both the silver and platinum mediums.Born and raised in Argentina, he has been involved in the arts since he was a child.Angelone's photographs evoke emotions through feeling and impression.He has won numerous prestigious black and white international competitions.He lives in California with his wife and three children.


Wright Morris

From 1938 to 1947, Wright Morris produced remarkable photographs in conjunction with his books. His clarity of line and classic style is often reminiscent of the great depression era photographers. Awarded a number of Guggenheim Fellowships in photography, his work is brilliant and extremely sensitive. The emotional impact of a Wright Morris print is equalled only by the text which usually accompanies it.
Wright Morris passed away in April 1998 at the age of 88. He is mourned by both the literary and the photographic world as an icon of his times. His work is represented in every major museum collection in the country. When Wright Morris passed away, America lost a piece of itself. His photographs will continue to reminds us of our past and the fiber of which we Americans are made.Most of Morris' work now resides at the University of Arizona in Tucson. Never a prolific printer, his images are rare and hard to find. Photogenesis is fortunate to represent the images left in the estate, as well as possessing a sizable collection of its own. Due to the changing availability, please call for pricing.


Robert Doisneau

Robert Doisneau is one of the most famous of the Paris street photographers of the 1940s and 50s, although his career spanned a much longer period. Since his death in 1994 his prints have become increasingly rare. We are one of the few galleries who can still obtain signed prints of his work at this time.We have only posted a few images on this website.Please call for availability of this photographer's work.


Mark Nohl

There are few places in the vast, wonderous state of New Mexico that Mark has not photographed. His highly recognizable images began appearing in New Mexico magazine 25 years ago alongside names like Caplin,Adams,
Porter, Knee, Curtis and many others.

"There is something exhilarating,"states Mark,"when you've searched out a location and wait...you wait to see if the magic will come this time.And sometimes the spirit of the land and light, your own spirit, all come together to form a natural epiphany to be captured on film."

Mark is a native of Santa Fe and received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Photography from the University of New Mexico. After graduation Mark became the first staff photographer for the New Mexico Department of Economic Development and Tourism and New Mexico Magazine. He spent the next 25 years traveling New Mexico photographing industry, cultural events and the land to help promote New Mexico.

Mark's photographs have appeared in thousands of publications including Sunset, The New York Times, London Telegraph, Time, New Mexico
agazine, The Santa Fean,and National Geographic Traveler. His fine art prints have appeared in numerous exhibitions and competitions and are in private collections around the world.


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