Founded in 1985, Robert Mann Gallery represents an international roster of prominent contemporary artists that continue to push the role of the photographic medium through unique visions and stylistic innovation. The gallery's program includes a strong group of women artists many of whom use narrative based work to tell stories through image such as Holly Andres, Julie Blackmon, Cig Harvey and Paulette Tavormina. A core collection of landscape artists, including Jeff Brows, Murray Fredericks, Michael Kenna and Maroesjka Lavigne capture the ever changing terrain through their own distinctive view. The gallery pairs this with an outstanding collection of twentieth century masters brought together using a rigorous connoisseurial approach with works by Ansel Adams, Elisabeth Hase, Aaron Siskind, and Margaret Watkins, among others, that exemplify photography’s important visual past. The gallery continues to influence through new discoveries and works to promote and exhibit photography on an international level.