Sally Gall's series Aerial reimagines a commonplace, "found object" - hanging laundry - fantastically depicting vibrant floating fabrics against a brilliant blue sky. In front of, or rather above (Gall shoots her found laundry lines from underneath), Gall's camera, ordinary textiles such as bedding, towels, and clothing take on the forms of sea creatures, amoebas, and flowers. Through these miraculous depictions of intimate objects displayed in a public arena, Gall continues her "photographic investigation of the sensual properties of the natural world."

Sally Gall is a photographer living and working in New York City. This is her first exhibition with Jackson Fine Art. In addition to her fine art career, she teaches photography and works as an editorial and advertising landscape and lifestyle photographer. Her work is in numerous museum and corporate collections, and she has been awarded several prestigious fellowships, which include two MacDowell Colony Fellowships and a Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Residency. Gall has a twenty five year history of solo and group shows at museums and galleries. She has had eight solo exhibitions with the Julie Saul Gallery, New York City, the most recent being "Unbound," 2013, and "Aerial," 2016. She is included in many important public and private collections, including The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Solomon R. Guggenheim, and The High Museum of Art.