You may stroll through our cutting edge Photo Gallery and our hallways that exhibit many different photography series by artist Susumu Sato. Some of these collections include “The Winter Scenes from the Catskills” and “The Voyages of Shirley Temple”, as well as samples from The Susumu Sato Flower Flag Series and many more. You may also leaf through the variety of coffee-table books on the Arts and many other subjects. Or view the photography portfolios that are available.
Susumu Sato Photography
Susumu Sato’s photography has spanned for more than 2 decades in Manhattan. From his early street photography, in the tradition of great American and European master photographers, through editorial work including covers for New York Times Magazine, Self and Money. This also included still-life advertising projects, and personal projects blending technical skill with his eye for portraiture.
Known professionally as Sato, the photographer grew up in Japan and graduated from the Tokyo College of Photography in 1973. He moved to Manhattan that year, and soon began photographing the street life of the city, in the tradition of his heroes – documentary photographers Lee Friedlander, Gary Winogrand, and most importantly Cartier–Bresson.
Sato has found a wealth of subjects in Windham, Northern Catskill Mountains to explore and photograph. As an example, the “Windham Snow Camel”.
See more of Sato’s work on his web site: www.susumusato.com
His fine art photographs are exhibited in galleries, corporate collections and museums in Europe and the USA.
Susumu Sato divides his time between New York City, travel and Windham, the vacation paradise in the Northern Catskills.