Barron Rachman is a New York City artist and master black and white printer. His acute knowledge of black and white darkroom techniques was developed under the tutelage of Master Printer Chuck Kelton of Kelton Labs in New York City where he worked for 20 years beginning in 1991. In addition, he worked as a photojournalist in Afghanistan and the Balkans as well as the Middle East during the 1990s and early 2000. His photojournalism has appeared in such publications as The San Francisco Chronicle, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Time Out Magazine, The Annual Report Of The Soros Foundation as well as the 2002 book Journey Home: The Humanitarian Challenge in Kosovo.
Beginning in 2001 Barron redirected his focus to his photographic art most recently exhibited at Museum Of The City Of New York in 2013. His work is in the permanent collections of the Museum Of The City Of New York and the Museum of Chinese In America. From 2012 to 2015 Barron’s work was also featured at the Miami Scope art show. Furthermore he has been pursuing his teaching career since 2004 at such institutions as The International Centre Of Photography, Brooklyn College, New Jersey City University, Purchase College, and Queensborough Community College.
Barron is represented by Tepper Takayama Fine Arts in Boston, Ma. His work can be viewed online at www.barronrachman.com