George Grubb Exhibits New York City Wildlife

June 23, 2014

By Barbara Goldman

© George Grubb

 Orangutans in NewYork City collecting garbage.

Award-winning New York City-based PhotoServe member George Grubb has an ongoing “New York City Wildlife” series project that features photo montages of  Grubb’s wildlife photography digitally composited into New York City scenes. Grubb will be exhibiting his  New York City Wildlife  at SohoPhoto Gallery from July 3rd – July 26, 2014, with an opening reception  on July 2nd, from 6:00pm-8pm at the gallery. 

“In absurdity, there is clarity,” says Grubb, and thus, the premise for this project uses a unique approach to raise awareness of a well published problem–the need for greater conservation efforts to protect endangered wildlife.  Grubb  has traveled to every continent photographing wildlife.  His surrealistic images ask the question, “if we cannot protect our wildlife in their natural environments, where can they be safe?”

SohoPhoto Gallery is located in the Tribeca neighborhood of New York City
15 White Street, New York, NY 10013
Gallery Hours: Wednesday – Sunday, 1:00pm to 6:00pm, or by appointment.
Visit the gallery Web’s site at for further information, or contact the gallery at (212) 226-8571.

See more of george Grubb’s work at his site,

©  George Grubb/  Polar Bear at the New York City Library.