Ray Germann exhibits mostly in galleries, colleges, and has been in more than two hundred exhibits in several museum collections. In 2017, the New York Historical Society used one of his photographs in a book titled “Treasures of The New-York Historical Society.” While his most extensive project is street photography in New York City, Mr. Germann also has a love for the American West. The photos in this exhibit are the result of fifteen trips to the American West. These include landscapes and images taken in old mining towns, as well as roadside images. The photos are in black and white and color.
The Friends of the Library will host a reception for Mr. Germann on Saturday, May 5, 2:30 – 4:00 PM. All are invited.
All works reproduced with permission from the artist.