Susan Berger
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Susan Berger earned her BA degree in English at the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana and studied
photography at Columbia College in Chicago, IL and in the Master of Fine Arts photography program at the 
University of Arizona.  She has trained with Jerry Uelsmann and Shelby Lee Adams, and from December 2007 until
June 2009, she was studio and administrative assistant to Frank Gohlke, the noted landscape photographer.  

Susan's photography is project-driven, documenting her observations of the details of Americana. 
While there is much discussion of the regional differences of our country, Susan is impressed with the similarities.
She sees that the same concepts, thoughts and impulses are found throughout the country with a variety of
interpretations.  She has traveled the country recording those interpretations.

Selected Solo Exhibitions

Dec. 14, 2013                     Lenscratch on-line gallery, "Martin Luther King Blvd"
Jan. 5-Mar. 1, 2012            The Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA,
                                           "Martin Luther King Boulevard"
June 19-July 23, 2010         The Camerawork Gallery, Portland, OR                        
                                           "Private Memories in Public Places"
Nov. 29-Dec. 2, 2009          China International Photography Exhibition, Luishi.      
                                            China,  "Private Memories in Public Places"                
August, 2005                       Jane Addams Hull House Center for Arts and Culture,
                                            Chicago, IL, Emerging Artisits
Selected Group Exhibitions

Nov. 1-Dec.1, 2013            Center for Fine Art Photography, Ft. Collins, CO,
                                          "Identity" juried by Barbara Tannenbaum
Aug. 22, 2013                     Darkroom Gallery, Essex Junction, VT, "Color-blind"
                                           juried by Matthew Gamber
Aug. 3, 2013                       Photo Center NW, Seattle, WA, "Musings" juried by 
                                           John A. Bennette, awarded Honorable Mention
July 13, 2012                      Houston Center for Photography, "Juried Membership
                                           Exhibition" juried by Anne Tucker 
Mar. 26-Aug. 14, 2011        The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH "The 
                                            Contemporary Landscape"
October 2010                      The Texas Photographic Society, "Best Shot"  Juried 
Oct. 22-Nov. 22, 2010         455 Gallery, Tucson, AZ, "All Souls Procession   
                                           Photography Exhibition"  juried by Terry Etherton
Oct. 15-Nov. 14, 2010       Tubac Center of the Arts, Tubac, AZ, "Beyond the
Sept. 12, 2009                    The Southeast Museum of Photography, Daytona
                                            Beach, FL, "Anthology"                                                


2010  Honorable Mention "All Souls Procession Photography Exhibition" judged by Terry Etherton,
          Etherton Gallery, Tucson, AZ

2009  Project Grant from the Arizona Commission on the Arts 


Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH
Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Houston, TX
The Southeast Museum of Photography, Daytona Beach, FL
Lishui Photography Museum, Lishui, China
Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL
Private Collections 


A Photo Editor - January 9, 2015
OIC Moments - February 20, 2014
Lenscratch - December 14, 2013
Volume Magazine - "Guilty Landscapes" Vol 31, Spring 2012
Rangefinder Magazine - "Signs of the Times" Vol 62, No 3, March 2012
The Metrowest Daily News - review by Chris Bergeron January 22, 2012
The Winchester Star - review January 19, 2012
Boston Globe - Review by Mark Feeney, January 9, 2012
Desert Leaf Magazine - Vol. 25, No. 11, November 2011 
F-Stop Magazine - Issue 44, December 2010
Shots Magazine -  Issue 108, Summer 2010
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