Wyatt Gallery

Wyatt Gallery lives and works in New York, NY.


1997   BFA, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2011 Tent Life: Haiti, Umbrage Gallery – New York, NY, Art Museum of the Americas – Washington DC, Soft Box Gallery – Port of Spain, Trinidad, Collected Works – Santa Fe, NM and William Penn Charter School, Philadelphia, PA
  • 2007 After, Peer Gallery, New York, NY, Curated By John A Bennette
  • 2006 Remnants: After The Storm, Watermark Fine Arts, Houston, TX and BAU Gallery, Beacon, NY
  • The Philadelphia Project, The F.U.E.L. Collective, Philadelphia, PA
  • 2004 Trinidad - Between Sacred and Secular, Premium Goods Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
  • Retrospective, The Ad Agency at Fidelity Investments, Boston, MA
  • 2003 Spiritual Sites, A Caribbean Portrait, Kanvas Gallery, New York, NY
  • Trinidad - Between Sacred and Secular, Mercedes-Benz Gallery, New York, NY
  • 2001 Spiritual Sites, A Caribbean Portrait, Island People Gallery, Trinidad, The US Ambassador’s Residence, Trinidad
  • 2000 Spiritual Sites, A Caribbean Portrait, Devonish Art Gallery, Anguilla
  • 1999 Spiritual Sites, A Caribbean Portrait, Hahn Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, Wohlfarth Gallery, Washington, D.C. and Gulf + Western Gallery, New York, NY
  • 1997 Roots and Branches, A Look Back, The Special Gifts Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

Group Exhibitions

  • 2011 Moving Walls 19, Open Society Institute (George Soros), New York, NY
  • The Dust Never Settles (Three Person Show), Photo Center NW, Seattle, WA
  • Hey You! Haiti, Mother NY, New York, NY
  • 2010 Help Haiti, In 2 Art Gallery, Port of Spain, Trinidad
  • 2007 After, Peer Gallery, NYC, Curated By John A Bennette
  • Idea, Identity, Icon, Hearst Tower, NYC, Curated By John A Bennette
  • 3 Years – A Retrospective, Watermark Fine Arts, Houston, TX
  • 2006 Katrina-Land, The Gail Gibson Gallery, Seattle, WA
  • Trace (Visions Of Katrina), Houston Center Of Photography, Houston, TX
  • Meeting With The Middle East, 9th International Photography Gathering, Aleppo, Syria
  • Engulfed by Katrina, photographs before and after the storm, Curated by Deborah Willis and Hank Willis Thomas, The Nathan Cummings Foundation, New York, NY
  • Katrina Exposed, New Orleans Museum Of Art, New Orleans, LA
  • FotoFest Group Show, Watermark Fine Arts, Houston, TX
  • 2005 Saturday Night/Sunday Morning, African American Museum,Philadelphia, PA, Curated by Deborah Willis
  • Focused,Photographic Center NW, Seattle, WA, Juried by Mary Virginia Swanson
  • Structure: Architecture and The Photographic View, Leonard Pearlstein Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
  • 2004 Spiritual Sites, Watermark Fine Arts, Houston, TX
  • Best of Show, Photo Review Magazine Juried Exhibition, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA
  • The Sky’s the Limit, Lisa Eicholdt Gallery, New York, NY
  • 2003 25 Under 25, Up-and-Coming American Photographers, Gulf + Western Gallery, New York, NY
  • Nine Views, University of PENN Photo Faculty, Arthur Ross Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
  • Circular, The Cathedral, Philadelphia, PA
  • 2002 Top 30 NYU Photography Alumni, Gulf + Western Gallery, New York, NY
  • Jews and Muslims: Artists, New York City Urban Experience Gallery, New York, NY
  • 1999 Architectural Transformations - Gulf and Western Gallery - New York, NY
  • 1997 Architectural Transformations – 8FL Gallery - New York, NY

Awards and Fellowships

  • 2011 Photo Annual PDN Magazine’s Annual Photography Competition
  • 2006 Photo Annual PDN Magazine’s Annual Photography Competition
  • 2006 American Photography - Annual Photography Competition Online
  • 2006 World Color Awards Nominee
  • 2006 World In Focus PDN Magazine’s Annual Travel Photography Competition
  • 2005 Focused Juried Exhibition by Mary Virginia Swanson
  • 2004 The Photo Review Magazine Annual Photography Competition
  • 2000 30 Under 30, PDN Photo District News
  • 1999 Fulbright Fellowship - Trinidad & Tobago
  • 1997 Daniel Rosenberg Travel Fellowship
  • 1997 NYU Tisch Departmental Photography Service Award
  • 1997 NYU Tisch Photography Tobias Award
  • 1993-97 Lew Wasserman Award and Scholarship

Public Collections

  • Museum Of Fine Arts – Houston, Texas
  • George Eastman House – Rochester, NY
  • New Orleans Museum Of Art – New Orleans, LA
  • American Express Corporate Collection
  • John Wiley & Sons Publishing Corporate Collection
  • Citi Habitats Corporate Collection


  • School of Visual Arts, New York, NY
  • University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
  • New York University, New York, NY
  • The University of The West Indies, Trinidad & Tobago
  • Kutztown University, Philadelphia, PA
  • The Shipley School, Philadelphia, PA
  • William Penn Charter School, Philadelphia, PA


  • Newhall, Edith. Summer Shows The Philadelphia Inquirer, Aug 2006
  • Simpson, Joel. The New York Art World, M Magazine, Dec 2005
  • Manni, Megan. Blue Sky’s Artists Push The Limits, NY Arts Dec 2004
  • Black: A Celebration of Culture, Hylas Publishing & Edited by Deborah Willis 2004
  • 25 Under 25, Up-And-Coming American Photographers, powerHouse Books / The Center for Documentary Studies 2003
  • Gottlieb, Jane. Your Wish Is Granted, PDN Photo District News March 2003
  • Reflection Eternal, The ARTofficial Issue - Russell Simmons’ OneWorld 2002
  • The Failed City, Abandoned Buildings of Detroit – WYWS 2002
  • Baptiste, Jay-Q. Osmosis, worth a thousand words, The Trinidadian Guardian. June 8, 2001
  • Staple, Nadine. A Photographer’s Spiritual Quest, The Trinidadian Express. June 8, 2001
  • Multimedia Exhibit in Town, The Trinidadian Express. June 4, 2001
  • Springer, Atillah. Gallery Cheers Life, The Trinidadian Guardian. June 5, 2001
  • Sullivan, Terry. 30 Under 30, PDN Photo District News 2000
  • Caribbean Spirit, Cover Story - Caribbean Beat British West Indies Airline’s In-Flight magazine 2000
  • Young International Photographer Staging Photo Exhibition in Antigua, The Daily Herald, Antigua. April 5, 2000
  • LaSalla, Anthony. Rising Star, PDN Photo District News September, 1999

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