Kerry Schuss (b.1952 New York, NY) lives and works in New York City. He received a BFA in Sculpture and Ceramics from Ohio State University. Over the course of his life, Schuss has developed artwork in varied media: photography, painting, bronze, printmaking, and installation. In 1998, he opened his own gallery in Tribeca. After a move to the Lower East Side, the gallery returned to its original location on Leonard Street in 2018. Schuss’ work has been featured in group exhibitions in New York including A Page from My Intimate Journal (Part I)— at Gordon Robichaux (2017); Concept, Performance, Documentation, Language at Mitchell Algus Gallery (2016); and at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery (2018). In 2020, Gordon Robichaux included Schuss’s work in A Page from My Intimate Journal (Part II)— at Parker Gallery in Los Angeles. A profile on Schuss’s Electrogram photography, KERRY SCHUSS, Charges, was published in Osmos Magazine (Issue 11; Winter 2017) and an interview between Schuss and Andrew Goldstein was featured on Artspace in collaboration with NADA (2016).
Kerry Schuss, Electrogram (mirror), 1979-2019, silver gelatin print, 27 x 22 in (paper); 27.5 x 22.5 in (artist frame), Ed of 6 + 2 AP
Kerry Schuss, Electrogram (large square in hand), 1978-2019, silver gelatin print, 19.5 x 16 in (paper); 20 x 16.5 in (artist frame), Ed of 6 + 2 AP
Kerry Schuss, Electrogram (copper ring), 1979-2019, silver gelatin print, 54 x 44 in (paper); 54.5 x 44.5 in (artist frame), Ed of 6 + 2 AP