Ennid Berger

ENNID BERGER has been described as a “distinguished Long Island artist” (Newsday, 8/30/13). She uses black and white photography as her primary art medium, while exploring digital and traditional darkroom printing, cameraless photography, photocollage and photo object assemblage.  She is especially interested in the spatial interplay of form and light.  
 Ennid has exhibited extensively in solo and group shows across Long Island, including the Heckscher Museum of Art, the Parrish Art Museum and the Islip Museum of Art. Her photographic work has been selected for exhibition in three Long Island Biennials, and her work was awarded Best in Show in 2010.  
 Ennid studied photography at the International Center of Photography and studied painting with renowned artists Robert Yasuda, Paul Pagk, Betty Holliday and Stan Brodsky. She is the founder and director of the group of thirteen independent artists that has been meeting and exhibiting as the Critique Group of Long Island since 2009. Ennid is also a member of Fotofoto Gallery in Huntington.
More information online at ennid.com and on Instagram at @ennidberger