Jeremy G. Landau


Jeremy G. Landau is a fine arts/landscape photographer since the 1990’s, living part-time in New York & New Mexico, and was formerly a Health Promotions Professional for over 20-years. His photography depicts images of human impact upon the environmental landscape as well as artistic impressions left by this impact.

“Skyline Sentinels New York: Water Tower & Waterways, includes the following: (a) Exhibition of 24-fine arts, photographic reproductions in limited edition including urban anthropological stories of the history and events surrounding the New York water towers and bridges, and (b) Exhibition edition catalogue of much of the New York Water Tower 5-year project of art & research. Exhibition Catalogue

"Cuba, La Isla Bella," traces the photographers 6-year intermittent journey across Cuba while working with the AIDS Treatment Access Project of Disarm Education Fund. Photography Books

Desert & Other Landscapes, depicts work over 20-years of photography in the desert Southwest and other locales, highlighting the human impact upon the fragile landscape. Photography Books


Le Maroc is a land of intoxicating beauty. The landscape is spectacular, the spices confound your senses, and the people are diverse and hospitable. North Africa got into my blood and will stay with me for a long, long time. What follows are several collages of images from this desert enchantment. Le Maroc reflects his latest photographic adventure into North Africa. An exhibition of this work premiers at Taos Artist Collective, in June in Northern New Mexico.


Recent Photographic Exhibitions

“Skyline Sentinels: Water Towers of New York”
Artist – in - Residence
Warburg, New York / Tribeca Arts (Spring, 2012)

“Desert Landscapes: A 20-year Retrospective”

  • Johnsons Galleries, Madrid, NM (Summer, 2012)
  • Spirit Runner Gallery, Taos, NM (2005)

"La Vida en Cuba"

  • Stirling Arts Center, Dunedin, FL (Summer, 2012)

  • Queens Media Arts Group Show, Queens Museum of Art, NY (December, 2009)

  • Kirkcudbright International Art Festival, Scotland (2007)
  • Gaudi 150 - Barcelona Cultural Exposition & International AIDS Conference, Spain (2002)

  • Casa de las Americas, Havana, Cuba (2001)