Mr. Mark Fields by Red Filter Gallery



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Mark Fields is a graduate of The Pennsylvania Academy of The Fine Arts. His work is in collections as diverse as those of Christoph Eschenbach, director of The Philadelphia Orchestra, and Chloe Dao, winner of the hit TV show "Project Runway."

In 2010 New York curator Ruben Natal San-Miguel included Mark Field's work in "The Naked Truth" along with works by Robert Mapplethorpe, Herb Ritts, David La Chapelle, Duane Michals, Nan Goldin, Helmut Newton, Susan Meiselas, John Arsenault Terri Richardson and other photographers. This exhibition at Hous Projects Gallery in New York and Los Angeles was a photographic and video visual survey of 50 years of Voyeurism, Nudity and Sex. In the same month in Philadelphia, Always by Design Gallery exhibited 30 of his Black and White studies of Flowers in "Sublime Nature".

Mr. Field's art and photography has been exhibited in over 30 art galleries and art institutions including: Benjamin Mangel Gallery, The Print Center, Nexus Gallery, Walt Whitman Center for the Arts, University City Science Center Gallery, The Main Line Art Center, Villanova University, Philadelphia Art Alliance, St. Joseph's University, West Chester University and The University of Pennsylvania. Other exhibitions include shows in North Carolina at Lee Hansley Gallery in Raleigh and Gallery 14 in New Jersey and in Germany.

For three consecutive years, his work was included in the photography auction in New York, sponsored by "Friends Without Borders," held at Phillips De Pury. This event organized by Kenro Izu, included many of the world’s photographic luminaries including Herb Ritts, Michael Kenna, Sylvia Plachy, Jerry Uelsmann, Hiroshi Sugimoto,Henri Cartier-Bresson and Irving Penn. In addition to his work as a fine art photographer, Fields' skills include digital photographic retouching. His commercial images of Philadelphia are in numerous corporate environments, including the Deloitte Corporation and Drexel University.