Jackson Fine Art
Atlanta, USA

Jackson Fine Art has a near 30 year history in supporting fine art photography artists and collectors. We cultivate and provide both emerging and established collectors with access to the best fine art photography of the 20th and 21st century, across both traditional and innovative photo-based mediums. Our services include curating, managing collections, framing and installing. We work closely with collectors, curators, consultants and designers to provide our expertise in a warm, inviting space.

In 1990, Jane Jackson opened Jackson Fine Art in Atlanta specializing in 20th century and contemporary photography. The gallery quickly became an important voice in the south as well as the international market.

The gallery has two exhibition spaces and rotates exhibits every ten weeks. Jackson Fine Art participates and has participated in various international art fairs including, The Photography Show (AIPAD) in New York; Art Miami; Paris Photo; Art Chicago: The Navy Pier Show; and Paris Photo Los Angeles.

The client list of Jackson Fine Art includes public institutions such as Metropolitan Museum of Art; The High Museum of Art; The Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Museum of Fine Arts in Houston; MEP Maison Européenne de la Photographie, and Art Institute of Chicago.

Jackson Fine Art
Atlanta, USA

Jackson Fine Art has a near 30 year history in supporting fine art photography artists and collectors. We cultivate and provide both emerging and established collectors with access to the best fine art photography of the 20th and 21st century, across both traditional and innovative photo-based mediums. Our services include curating, managing collections, framing and installing. We work closely with collectors, curators, consultants and designers to provide our expertise in a warm, inviting space.

In 1990, Jane Jackson opened Jackson Fine Art in Atlanta specializing in 20th century and contemporary photography. The gallery quickly became an important voice in the south as well as the international market.

The gallery has two exhibition spaces and rotates exhibits every ten weeks. Jackson Fine Art participates and has participated in various international art fairs including, The Photography Show (AIPAD) in New York; Art Miami; Paris Photo; Art Chicago: The Navy Pier Show; and Paris Photo Los Angeles.

The client list of Jackson Fine Art includes public institutions such as Metropolitan Museum of Art; The High Museum of Art; The Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Museum of Fine Arts in Houston; MEP Maison Européenne de la Photographie, and Art Institute of Chicago.

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