Meet Artist Amy Gelb
Amy Gelb is an American photo-based fiber artist and photographer who lives and works in Miami. She graduated from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University in 1991 with a BFA in Acting. She earned an MSW in Clinical Social Work from NYU in 1994.
Gelb's work has been exhibited in local and international venues, including The Museum of Contemporary Art in Westport Connecticut, The Frank Gallery in Pembroke Pines, The Camp Gallery in Miami, and The Coral Gables Museum, Florida.
Additionally, her work has been presented at The Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, Colorado; Photo Place Gallery in Vermont; Houston Center for Photography in Houston, Texas; the Chateau de Lalande and Chateau de Lomenie in France; and The Melkweg Gallery in Amsterdam. A monograph titled As Is: Women Exposed was published in 2018 by Daylight Books and covered widely in domestic and international publications. In 2016, Gelb produced a photographic documentary with VIDA, a non-profit legal assistance organization in Florida that advocates for the rights of immigrant survivors of violent crimes, domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking.
She is part of Collective 62, an organization of women artists in Miami, where she maintains her studio.
Curated by Rina Gitlin