Gail Albert Halaban is an accomplished fine art and commercial photographer represented in New York by the Robert Mann Gallery. Her art concentrates on photographing people who gaze into their neighbors windows. This work was recently compiled in a monograph called Out My Window. Gail is also known for her series rephotographing places that Edward Hopper painted. This work was recently exhibited at the Edwynn Houk Gallery.
Her commercial work is varied and is often called "heightened documentary," seemingly documentary but actually staged. Gail's main interest is photographing the fun chaos of family life. She has been exhibiting nationally since 1996, and her first solo show was at the Ariel Meyerowitz Gallery in New York in 2003. In 2005, Gail had her first solo show at the Robert Mann Gallery entitled This Stage of Motherhood. Her work has been published in The New Yorker, New York Times Magazine, People, Esquire and W.
Gail holds an MFA in Photography from Yale University and a BFA in Art History from Brown University.