Geralyn Shukwit is a photographer with a passionate interest in humanity and our connections to the space around us. Since 2002, she has traveled to South America and the Caribbean where she intimately photographs daily life, straddling the line between documentary and fine art photography.

Geralyn’s photographs have been exhibited in the United States, Spain and Ethiopia; published in National Geographic, Progresso Fotografico Italy, BIG Magazine, New York Daily News and Post. She is a winner of the Julia Margaret Cameron Award, Photolucida Critical Mass Top 50, AI/AP Latin American Fotografîa, APA/NY and International Photography Awards (IPA) and was nominated for the Henri Cartier-Bresson Award in 2019.

She is based in Brooklyn, NY.

For availability, print sales or to say hello:⁣

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The Curated Fridge  Summer (2023)

New York Now: Home — A Photography Triennial  Museum of the City of NY (2023)

IMMINENT EXISTENCE Critical Mass 2022 Top 50 (2023)

The Best Photo Sitting on Your Phone2022 Edition WNYC (2023)

The Doll Show, Gallery Gaia (2022) 

Critical Mass TOP 50  PhotoLucida (2022)

Color Theory  Griffin Museum Of Photography⁣⁣ (⁣2022)⁣⁣ 

InteriorsThe Curated Fridge Spring (2022)

ALTERNATIVE PROCESSES: Other Ways of Seeing CultureLab (2022)

The Best Photo Sitting on Your Phone: 2020 Edition WNYC (2021)

Blue Sky Gallery⁣ — Portland, OR (2020)

26th Annual Juried Members’ Exhibition Griffin Museum Of Photography ⁣⁣ (⁣2020)⁣⁣ 

Portfolio Showcase Davis Orton Gallery Hudson, NY (2019)

Henri Cartier Bresson Award Nominated (2019)

San Francisco International Photo Silver (2019)

12th Annual Julia Margaret Cameron First Place Series (2018)

Critical Mass Top 50  Photolucida (2018)

Women Photograph Workshop (2018)

Latin American Fotografîa 7 (2018)

First Place - Soho Photo National Competition (2018)

Portrait Show - Griffin Museum of Photography (2018)

Latin American Fotografîa 5, Winner and Selected Images (2016)


Nidus Show  - Icebox Gallery
September 14-30, 2023

salon 53 s 11th St #4AWilliamsburg #icebox4

Works portraying our only lonely Earth and us humans. This is our home, why do we foul our own nest? 

New York Now
Home — A Photography Triennial 
March 10 through August 2023
The Museum of the City of New York

Inspired by the Museum’s landmark presentation of the same name in 2000, this series will occur every three years and engage different themes and issues of the contemporary city.

The first installment examines the idea of “Home.” At its most practical, “Home” refers to the literal places we dwell. Yet it can also stand for family, or the communities of which we choose to be a part. This vital and complex concept arises in often surprising ways in our urban context, from highly personal experiences to debates over public policy. This exhibition aims to look at how artists have responded to and interpreted these issues.

MARCH 30 – JUNE 4, 2023 
Photographic Center Northwest

Photolucida’s Critical Mass is an annual online program that makes connections within the photography community. Photographers at any level, from anywhere in the world, submit a portfolio of 10 images. Through a pre-screening process, the field is narrowed to a group of 200 finalists who go on to have their work viewed and voted on by over 200 esteemed international photography professionals. From the Finalist group, the TOP 50 are named and a series of awards are given.

The curator, Arnika Dawkins (Arnika Dawkins Gallery, Atlanta), selected one piece from each of the Top 50 artist’s portfolios to be included in this gallery exhibition.

Blue Sky Gallery⁣ — Portland, OR
September 3 - 27,  2020⁣  

Geralyn Shukwit: O Tempo Não Para

with Kiliii Yuyan: Myths from the Future Arctic

Exhibition Catalog available through MagCloud and
Blue Sky Books:⁣

O Tempo Não Para - Geralyn Shukwit 

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