About the artist

Robert Fass photoROBERT FASS is a photographer and writer living in New York City.  He studied at the International Center of Photography with Nancy Sirkis (printing) and Shelby Lee Adams (environmental portraiture), and at the JCC in Manhattan with Adam Eidelberg (fine printing).  He has received numerous fellowships from the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts as well as Fundacion Valparaiso in Spain, the Saltonstall Foundation in Ithaca, NY, Caldera in Sisters, OR and the Julia and David White Colony in Costa Rica.

He has exhibited at the Creative Photographic Arts Center of Maine; the State of the Art Gallery in Ithaca, NY; and in New York City at The 92nd Street Y, The Fire Museum, NoHo Gallery, Webster Hall, the JCC in Manhattan, the Hebrew Home at Riverdale, and elsewhere. He is proud to have been selected as one of 30 participating photographers in the Bronx Artist Documentary Project, opening at the Bronx's Andrew Freedman Home on September 13, 2014.  Internationally, his work has been shown at the Amerika Haus (Vienna, Austria) and the Ache 700 Arts Center (Bergheim, Austria). A touring exhibition of As Long As We Both Shall Live began in the fall of 2006 at the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (Berlin, Germany), and was extended until 2009. Subsequently, selections from the project were shown as part of the "Harmony+Love" show at the World Trade Center in Beijing, China.

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