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Mark Farber

Mark Farber’s work is about place, as inhabited, shaped, or perceived by people. His contemporary landscape photographs examine the built with the natural environment. He works in collections and finishes each project with a hand-made artist book and/or cased portfolio.

Mark has studied at the New England School of Photography, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Griffin Museum of Photography, Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center, and Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill. His work has been included in juried exhibits at Davis Orton Gallery (NY), Perspective Gallery (IL), Plymouth Center for the Arts (MA), PhotoPlace Gallery (VT), Chatham Creative Arts Center (MA), and Fine Arts Work Center Gallery (MA).

Archival inkjet prints. All images available in all sizes.

Sea Horizons


Grey Day

Sunny Afternoon

Full Moon

for the full Sea Horizons series of 36 photographs, please click HERE


Artist's Statement

I derive inspiration from Hiroshi Sugimoto’s seascape series, created around the world over several decades beginning in the 1980s. They present simplicity – water and air – that is minimal and timeless.

Mine differ in several ways: colorful; verticals; confined geographically in Truro MA; created within a few months; not all tranquil seas; and with occasional hints of humankind. They present variation and wonder in the flat and timeless time of covid.

Truro, MA   2021

from the Artist

Earlier Work

Sun, December 10 2023 27 Kislev 5784