Jack Sal (Waterbury, USA 1954, lives and works in New York),
Minimalist & Conceptual Artist began his artistic journey with cliché-verre. In his work there is a constant reference to the history and prehistory of photography. The International Museum of Photography/George Eastman House in Rochester in 1981 hosted his first solo exhibition in an institutional setting, followed by numerous others including the Museum of Modern Art New York (1983) and The Museum Ludwig in Cologne (1995). From 1975 till 1991 parallel to his artistic activities he was a professor of Photography at ICP/The International Center of Photography, New York; Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, New Jersey; Moore College of Art &Design, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was a curator for Magnum Photo Agency (1983) & Light Gallery, New York (1984-1985). He is the founder of The Foundation for Art and Memory (FA/&/M) based in New York.