Alex Nyerges is an internationally-award-winning photographer, curator, author, and photo historian who has exhibited across the United States and Europe. His work is in collections in New York, Washington, D.C., Virginia, Ohio, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Palm Beach, Tampa, Richmond, Budapest, and elsewhere. His work has been exhibited in Atlanta, Houston, Budapest, Richmond, Washington, D.C., among other places.
A native of Rochester, New York, the home of George Eastman and the Eastman Kodak Company, he grew up with a family tradition in photography and music. He has been creating photographs in 35 mm, medium and large formats for more than forty years and digitally since 2002.
Seeking out the elements of beauty that surround us, so often unseen and neglected in the built and natural worlds, his work uses sunlight and its shadows to create works that are both modern and timeless.
2015 Chiaroscuro, A Group Show, Ghostprint Gallery, Richmond, Virginia
2015 Artists Support ChildSavers Benefit Exhibition, Glave-Kocen Gallery, Richmond, Virginia
2015 Cosmotographer's Competition, Group Exhibition, Cosmos Club, Washington, D.C. Alan Fern, Director, National Portrait Gallery (retired), Juror
2015 Photographer's Forum 35th Annual Spring Photography Competition, Finalist, Received Award of Excellence. Published in "Best of Photography 2015" catalogue.
2015 Trees, Group Exhibition, 1650 Gallery, Los Angeles, California
2015 Chasing the Light, Solo Exhibition, Glave-Kocen Gallery, Richmond, Virginia
2015 24th Annual National Photography Exhibition, Group Exhibition, Louisville Center for the Arts, Louisville, Colorado
2015 Celebrating Southern California, Group Exhibition, Location 1980 Gallery, Costa Mesa, California
2015 Inside The Darkroom, Four-person Exhibition, Walton Gallery, Petersburg, Virginia