ENID FARBER's Bibliography & Resume
If we were to identify a JAZZIZ visual historian, her name would no doubt be ENID FARBER.For longer than a decade, her photography has taken readers on an odyssey, to experience the most adventurous music and to meet the most interesting personalities, from both the new and traditional worlds of jazz.
masters of jazz photography.
one of the young generation of talented photographers documenting the current jazz scene.
an extraordinary group of the finest jazz art photographers in the country.
Jazziz,Jazz Times, Downbeat,New York Times,New York Magazine, The New Yorker, NY Sun,People, Vibe, GPI Publications, Guitar World, Village Voice, Newsweek, Time Magazine, Icon,Psychology Today, Oxford American, Option, Request, Schwann's, Windplayer, The Wire, Musica Jazz/ Rusconi Editore, Rolling Stone Germany, Swing Journal Japan, Jazz Magazine France, Afrique France,All About Jazz
Books: Smithsonian Institution's, Latin Jazz, La Combinacion Perfecta; Jazz, The First Century; Ken Burns,Jazz;Giants of JazzPiano;The Essential Klezmer; Art Blakey, Jazz Messenger; Encyclopedia Brittanica.
CD's & Other Media: Atlantic Records, RCA/BMG, JustinTime Records,Sony Music, Koch Records. VH1, PBS,A&E.
Newspapers: New York Times, All About Jazz, New York Sun, Village Voice, New York Newsday, New York Post, New York Daily News, South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Montclair Times, Allegro Musicians News New York, Atlanta Journal & Constitution, Open City Atlanta, Southline Arts Atlanta, Creative Loafing Atlanta, Great Speckled Bird Atlanta, Jersey City Journal.
Books: Smithsonian Institution's, Latin Jazz, La Combinacion Perfecta by Raul Fernandez, Jazz, The First Century by Ken Burns, Giants of Jazz Piano by Robert Doerschuk, The Essential Klezmer by Seth Rogovy, Art Blakey, Jazz Messengers by Leslie Gourse; Encyclopedia Brittanica, Branford Marsalis by Bob Bernotas, Growing Up With Jazz by Royal Stokes, Blue Rhythms by Chip Defaa, Miles Davis: Running the Voodoo Down by Phillip Freeman, Miles, Ornette, Cecil: Jazz Beyond Jazz by Howard Mandel, Salsa in New York: a Musical Ethnography by Chris Washburne, Here Is New York: A Democracy of Photographs by Gilles Peress, Michael Shulan Charles Traub and Alice Rose George.
CD's & Other Media: Atlantic Records, RCA/BMG, JustinTime Records, Sony Music, Koch Records,Dreyfus Jazz, Savant Records, Sunnyside Records, VH1, A&E.
Solo: WBGO Jazz 88 Gallery, Newark, NJ 1988 and 1998; Club Breezin', Soho, NYC, 1988; Weill Gallery, 92nd Street "Y', NYC, 1990, Five Spot, NYC, 1993, Con Edison's Corporate Headquarter's, Brooklyn, 1993; David Ryan Salon, NYC, 1996, ASID Showhouse, Houston; Cloister's, NYC, 1998, La Chapelle Gallery, NYC 2001.
Group: Sweet Basil's, NYC, 1986; El Bohio Gallery, NYC, 1987; Van Vorst Gallery, Jersey City, 1990; Marihube Gallery, NYC, 1991; U.S. Information Agency's Worldwide Traveling Exhibit on Jazz Performer's, 1993; Jazz Gallery, NYC, 1996, 1997, 1998; Leslie Lohman Gallery, NYC 1997; Boone County National Bank, Columbia,MO, 1999; The Cankarj'ev Dom in Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2002; Smithsonian, Washington,D.C. 2003; Blink Gallery, Newport, R.I. 2003. Visions Festival, NYC 2005, Hudson Guild, NYC, 2007, The Cosi Gallery, Jersey City, NJ, 2007 and The Living Room Gallery at Saint Peter's Church, NYC 2008.
Roger Williams College, 1975< /br> Southeastern Center for Photography, 1982< /br> SUNY, Empire State College, 2007-Present