Kathi Littwin is an artist-photographer living in Brooklyn, NY She has been shooting and showing photographs since 1975
Her images have been on display in museums such as The New Jersey State Museum, The Trenton City Museum and the Visual Arts Museum in New York City. Kathi Has also participated in many gallery exhibits, which include The Louis K. Meisel Gallery and Foto Gallery in New York City, The Print Center in Philadelphia, The Hopper House Gallery in Nyack, New York, Creative Arts Workshop in New Haven, Connecticut, Silver Eye Center for Photography in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, The Center for Photography at Woodstock, and at the Romanian Cultural Centers in both New York City and Paris France. Her work is included in many private collections
Kathi has several bodies of work: “L’Orto di Ponte Florio” images shot over a four year period of time, of a garden in Verona, Italy, “Away from Home” scenes of travels throughout the years, “Subway Shootings” a group of candid images shot on subway cars and and metro stations in various cities and "Gyede Ide" photographs made in and around the city and places, that her maternal grandparents left behind, when they emigrated from Hungary for America, just before World War 1.
A new project from saved childhood dresses is in the development stages.
The common thread in all these projects is the mundane becoming sublime. What we walk past and pay no attention to, becomes something remarkable when frozen and presented as poetry.
For the past 22 years, Kathi, has been the principal photographer at Kathi Littwin Photography, an event and portrait photography studio based in NYC, Previously she served on the Board of Directors of APA-NY (American Photographic Artists - New York) from 1995-2000 has where she was co-director of the Emerging Photographers Program. In 1997 Kathi received one of six project awards in the prestigious Project Competition given by the Center for Visual Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She currently volunteers as Photographer and Director of Social Media for the Smith Street Alliance, a neighborhood campaign for a Business Improvement District on Smith Street Brooklyn.
After a more than 20 year break in exhibiting her artwork, Kathi is returning to her artistic roots and revisiting older projects as well as developing new ones.