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Anita and I established the Domeischel Gallery in June 2007.  Our mission is to make available a wide range of fine photography to collectors worldwide, as well as to support emerging artists. Our collaboration follows a natural progression of events in our professional and personal lives, combining strengths and interests in photography, art, collection and curatorship.

Our collection of photographs features the work of a diverse group of early 20th-century artists including Leon Levenstein, Karl Struss, Lisette Model, Jack Delano, Weegee, Leonard Freed, and Andreas Feininger, as well as a fine group of contemporary photographers including Nick Brandt, Julie Blackmon, Tom Chambers, Patrick Pagnano, Orville Robertson, and Robert Schaefer.

At the Domeischel Gallery, we appreciate the commitment of photographers to their art and the contribution they make to our society. We believe it is our responsibility to give something back to the field of fine photography and help ensure its future. This includes showcasing promising new artists at our shows and on our website. We also plan to fund a tuition-support awards program in the near future; more information will be forthcoming. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please email us at

                                                                -- Jack Domeischel and Anita Chernewski                             


Jack has been collecting fine art photography for more than 10 years, building a sizeable personal collection before considering a commercial venture. A public relations professional with 30 years’ experience in the corporate arena, Jack also teaches marketing and communications at New York University. Combining his love of photography with his skills in marketing is a happy marriage of his personal and professional lives. He curated his first photography exhibit with Anita in 2005.


Anita began her career as a fine art photographer and artist in New York in the late 1960s. She teaches photography at New York University and has lectured at the International Center of Photography (ICP) and Cooper Union in New York City. Anita has curated numerous exhibits, including shows at ICP and the Donnell Library in New York, as well as at other galleries in the United States and Europe. Anita currently curates an art show for a major pharmaceutical company that presents artwork by people whose lives have been affected by cancer.