New England Photographers Group Show
May 22–June 14, 2012

  • Photo by Sarah Malakoff

    Photo by Sarah Malakoff

  • Photo by Andrew MK Warren

    Photo by Andrew MK Warren

  • Photo by Mitch Weiss

    Photo by Mitch Weiss

Eunice Hurd of the Robert Klein Gallery and Jason Landry of Panopticon Gallery are excited to announce Flashed, a group exhibition showcasing ten photographers whose roots are in New England.

Featured Artists


Eunice Hurd

Boston native Eunice Hurd has been with the Robert Klein Gallery for 12 years. Gallery Director since 2002, Hurd manages the Gallery’s contemporary roster and advocates for new and established photographers. Eunice has been a regular participant at the annual portfolio reviews at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Griffin Museum of Photography at the Photographic Resource Center. She frequently provides in-home consultations to collectors, art consultants, and interior designers. Hurd studied Art at the University of Massachusetts — Boston.

Established in 1980, the Robert Klein Gallery ranks among the world’s most prestigious showrooms of fine art photography. The Gallery maintains an extensive and ever-changing inventory of 19th century, 20th century, and contemporary photographs and is a regular presence at international art fairs such as The AIPAD Photography Show — New York, The Armory Show — Modern, Art Miami, and Paris Photo.

Jason Landry
Jason Landry

Jason Landry is the Owner of Panopticon Gallery in Boston, Massachusetts.  Established in 1971, Panopticon Gallery is one of the oldest fine art photography galleries in the United States specializing in contemporary, modern and vintage photography. Landry represent established and emerging photographers with a primary focus on developing and expanding their careers, connections and art network. The gallery regularly assists collectors in buying, selling and locating photographs and supports local educational institutions, regional art museums and estates.

Landry brings over twenty years of business management and fine art photography experience to the gallery. Prior to acquiring Panopticon Gallery, he worked at the Photographic Resource Center at Boston University in various capacities and was a member of their Board of Directors. In keeping with the galleries core focus, Landry regularly attends portfolio review events and photography art fairs both nationally and internationally, has juried group exhibitions, and has lectured at regional and national art colleges and universities.

In 2013, Landry accepted the position of Director of the MFA in Photography Program at the New Hampshire Institute of Art, published his first book Instant Connections: Essays and Interviews on Photography, and started writing for the Huffington Post.