David Sokosh is a photographic artist based in Claverack, NY. He creates images using the 19th Century processes of cyanotype and wet-plate collodion (tintype). 

His piece The Circle (show at right) is included in the group show The Male Nude: Turning the Gaze at the Equity Gallery, 245 Broome St. NYC. Join him at a reception this Thursday, June 9th from 6-8 PM:   For more info and to RSVP so the gallery knows how many to expect, click HERE. The Circle is part of the ongoing project CURIOSITIES

His current project: Things That Look Like the MOON (but are not the moon) includes a hand-made, limited edition, photographic artist book and prints. All printed with cyanotype (no ink involved).


Ongoing projects include: 
John Rogers in the 21st Century: Contemporary Issues Seen Through a 19th Century Lens; Objectified: Exploitation, Appropriation and Self-Objectification (of the male figure) on the Internet #allphotosusedwithoutpermission (also cyanotype books) and Curiosities.  

He is represented by Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson NY.

Image: The Circle, Cyanotype, 2022
All images © 2020-2022 by David Sokosh.