“Treat Gallery new york is excited to announce our participation in two upcoming art fairs: satellite art show in New York City and PULSE Art Fair in Miami Beach during Art Basel week. The #1 goal of treat gallery is to help others, and our exhibitions raise funds for charities and nonprofit organizations. The full installation will premiere at satellite art show on October 3rd, 2019. Featured artists include Niv Rozenberg, Bree Lamb, Dru Hetrick, Molly Goldfarb, Penny Taylor, E. Brady Robinson and Bubblegum & Whiskey. A full list of exhibitors is available on our website.”






Gilman Contemporary

Excited to show work at Gilman Contemporary in Sun Valley, ID

On view March 1 - April 15, 2019

Pambianco Design Magazine

Cover image and article, October 2018

Klompching Gallery


Joana P. Cardozo | Odette England | Ben Marcin | Diane Meyer | Niv Rozenberg | Krista Svalbonas | David Trautrimas

November 2 — December 7, 2018

Klompching Gallery is delighted to present Commorancy, a group exhibition of contemporary photographs, curated around the theme of a place of residence or habitation. To be commorant, means to occupy a space temporarily. In each of the seven photographers’ artworks, this theme is explored through the conduit of architecture.

Artists’ Reception: Thursday, November 8, 6:00–8:00pm

Curator’s Talk: Thursday, December 6, 7:00–7:30pm

Department of Photographic Communications
Curator: Sara Kopelman and Doron Altaratz

October 24, 2018 - November 22, 2018
Opening reception: October 24, 2018 at 7pm.

Center for Photography

at Woodstock:

Photography Now 2018

November 3, 2018 – January 6, 2019

Juried by Elizabeth Ferrer, Vice President, Contemporary Art at BRIC, CPW’s 2018 Photography Now: Still-Life exhibition features Ruth Adams, Keliy Anderson-Staley, Cecilia Borgenstam, Laurent Chevalier, Evan D’Arpino, Ken Dreyfack, Leah Edelman-Brier, Soohyun Kim, Pablo Lerma, Jarod Lew, Daniel Ramos, Niv Rozenberg, andChanell Stone.

Klompching Gallery:

FRESH Annual Summer Show

The FRESH Annual Summer Show, now in its seventh year, is produced and presented by the Klompching Gallery. Up to five photographers are selected and curated into a group exhibition. A further ten photographers are highlighted as finalists.

Exhibiting Photographers: Adriene Hughes, Richard Kolker, James Lattanzio, Andy Mattern, Niv Rozenberg

Site:brooklyn: Contemporary Photography 2008-2018

Curated by Kristen Gaylord, the Beaumont & Nancy Newhall Curatorial Fellow in the Department of Photography at MoMA

Since its invention, photography has served diverse purposes—from fine art to criminology, for uses, personal, photojournalistic, or scientific. In the last decade artists have scoured visual culture and its abundance of images, often borrowing the styles and approaches of other fields to inflect or expand what art photography can be. Contemporary Photography 2008–2018 surveys 62 artists who together provide a cross-section of the ways the medium refuses to remain stable, whether exploring new technologies or applying nineteenth-century tools to contemporary subjects.

Neutral Density Awards

The highly acclaimed ND AWARDS is a melting pot of some of the world’s most outstanding and talented souls in the field of photography where recognition, prestige and publicity are instantaneously gained by the winning entry.

Month of Photography Los Angeles

StandardVision has partnered with Month of Photography Los Angeles to present the work of both local and global photographers. Featuring the work of a common theme each week, Month of Photography Los Angeles aims to expose the public to the diversity of photography.

StandardVision’s SV Showcase program aims to present the work of emerging and established artists in a site-specific month long exhibition turned installation on the #SVLA1 screen on the Courtyard Marriott Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles. StandardVision’s goal is to encourage audiences to participate with art in a new outdoor exhibition experience, and present curated contemporary art programming to the public.



Functional Beauty in Brooklyn with Niv Rozenberg

“After moving to New York to further pursue an instruction in photography that began in Jerusalem, Niv Rozenberg began photographing his immediate surroundings in the Brooklyn neighbourhood of Bushwick. The series that grew out of these snippets is called Boswijck, a reference to Bushwick’s historic name: “little town in the woods.” Settled by the Dutch East India Company but soon annexed by the English, Bushwick’s tableau over the succeeding 334 years resembles that of many New York neighbourhoods…”