Aubrey J. Kauffman

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White Sale, 2009 Archival Digital Print 14" X 18" © 2009
Untitled, 2010 Archival Digital Print 14" X 18" © 2010
Industrial Parking Lot, 2010 Arcival Digital Print 14" X 18"
Desigual, 2009 Arcival Digital Print 14" X 18" © 2009
No Trailers, 2013 Pigment Inkjet Print 17"X26" © 2013
Quick Facts
Princeton, NJ
Lives in
Ewing, NJ
Works in
Ewing, NJ
New Jersey City University, 1976, BA
Mercer County Community College, 1974, AAS
Rutgers University - Mason Gross School of Art, 2013, MFA
black-and-white, color, Fine touch color and B&W Photography, b&w-photography realism, landscape, traditional, photography, digital, conceptual
Aubrey J. Kauffman Bio

Aubrey J. Kauffman is a photographer living and working in New Jersey.  He received his BA in Media Arts from New Jersey City University and his MFA in Visual Arts from Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of the Arts.  He has taught photography at Mason Gross, Middlesex County College, Mercer County Community College and Community College of Philadelphia.                                            

He was Guest Curator for  “Landscapes: Social Political Traditional” at Rider University, in Lawrenceville, NJ, and was Co-Curator for “On Photography: Culture, History and the Narrative” with LaToya Ruby Frazier at the Mason Gross Galleries in New Brunswick.

His photography has been included in group exhibitions including: The Newark Museum, Newark, NJ; The Biggs Museum of American Art in Dover DE, The Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester MA; The 38th Annual Wind Challenge Exhibition Series at the Fleisher Art Memorial in Philadelphia , PA and Expo 35  at the b.j. spoke gallery in Huntington, New York.

He has exhibited in solo shows at; Southern Light Gallery in Amarillo, Texas; and the Marguerite & James Gallery Hutchins Gallery at the Gruss Center of Visual Arts in  Lawrenceville, NJ and the Rider University Art Gallery also in Lawrenceville, NJ.

He was awarded the Brovero Photography Prize by Mason Gross. His work was named “Best in Collection” by Alpha Art Gallery in New Brunswick, NJ.  He was awarded  3rd Place in the Urban Landscapes exhibit at the New York Center for Photographic Arts.

His work is represented in the permanent collections of the New Jersey State Museum in Trenton, NJ,  Rider University in Lawrenceville, NJ and  Johnson & Johnson's Corporate Headquarters in New Brunswick, NJ.

He currently is a contributing journalist for US1 in Princeton, NJ and a contributing producer for “State of the Arts” broadcast on NJTV and WHYY-TV. 

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