Gail Albert Halaban is an American artist born in 1970 in Washington, DC. Her interest in photography began when she made a pinhole camera for her first grade science fair. Though her equipment has become more complex, her love of photography has never wavered. She attended the Rhode Island School of Design, Brown University, and Yale University, from which she received a Master of Fine Arts in Photography. She has been published widely including in The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, and Le Monde. Her work has been exhibited extensively in solo and group shows including a solo exhibit in 2018 at the George Eastman Museum in Rochester, New York. Numerous galleries around the world have shown her work with her primary representation at the Edwynn Houk Gallery in New York City. Her third monograph was recently published by the Aperture Foundation in Spring 2019. Besides working on her own artwork, she teaches in the Narrative Medicine Program at Columbia University Medical School. Public and private collections including the Hermes Foundation, George Eastman Museum, Yale University Art Gallery, Nelson Atkins Museum, Cape Ann Museum, Wichita Art Museum hold her work.
2019 | Out My Window Global, Edwynn Houk, New York
2019 | Out My Window Global, Podbielski Contemporary, Milan
2017 | Hopper Redux and Paris View, Qvale Galleri,Oslo
2015 | Paris Views , Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles
2017 | Anonym-X: The End of the Privacy Era, Haifa Museum, New York
2017 | Showing (work x family), Framingham State University