Richard Ehrlich

Richard Ehrlich was born in New York City and today resides in Los Angeles. Since 2001 his fine art photographs have been held in the permanent collections of numerous museums, including the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, UCLA Hammer Museum, The George Eastman House, Denver Art Museum, and Santa Barbara Museum of Art. Ehrlich was the first to photograph the Holocaust Archives in Bad Arolsen, Germany: the project is in the permanent collections of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Yad Vashem in Jerusalem, The Jewish Museum New York, The Jewish Museum Berlin, and Musée d’art et histoire du Judaisme Paris, as well as others. He has participated in over thirty gallery shows, and his books include: The Forbidden Zone: Images from Namibia and Anatomia Digitale and the recently published The Other Side of the Sky.

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