Gerald Mocarsky is a photographer residing in New York City. He takes as his subject matter the mundane acts of new york city life- one’s own reaction to their tiny living space, men interacting with men, adult women putting on their makeup in the privacy of their own home and the black and white movie like images of people working in the city. Mr. Mocarsky has exhibited his series at Photo New York, at the Portfolio Gallery, NYC, at Ch’i Contemporary Fine Art, NYC and at the Lyman Eyer Gallery in Ma as well as the Bulton Wood Tree Gallery in Ct. Photographs from his various series have ben published in Time Out NY, Metrosource Magazine and the book, “Self Exposure” by Universal Books. He is currently working on a segment for an upcoming PBS program to be aired in Fall 2007.
2002 Portfolio Gallery, New York City, From The Outside In, To The Inside Out, NY, NY.
1998 A Different Light Gallery, In My Bed (work in progress), New York, NY.
1993 Pegasus Gallery, Analytical Portraits, Hartford, CT.
1990 Button Wood Tree Gallery, Its Still Important, Middletown, CT.
2005 Lyman Eyer Gallery, Men Who Dance With Men, Provincetown, MA.
2001 Justin Ostein Gallery, New York City Artists, New York, NY.
Time Out New York
Self Exposure, Universal Books