Joshua Charow American, b. 1998

Joshua Charow (b. 1998) is a New York-based documentary photographer and filmmaker interested in the unseen stories and subcultures of New York City. From an early age, Charow was immersed in 'Urban Exploring,' climbing skyscrapers, frequently entering and photographing off-limit spaces of the city.


His debut exhibition with the gallery: “Loft Law: Photographs by Joshua Charow” will open May 16th and be on view through June 29.


Charow holds his BFA from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts in Film & Television. Joshua's new book Loft Law, was reviewed in Artnet News by Jamie Valentino.


In addition to his documentary photography, Joshua has also shot notable documentary films. Charow created and directs an online documentary series titled LimeLight, which explores the unique lives of New Yorkers. Over the past year, the series has amassed a following of 150,000 people and garnered over 40 million views. His first feature film as Director of Photography, Untrapped, is an official selection of the 2022 Tribeca International Film Festival. He has directed and shot documentary films for The New York Times, TIME magazine, Amazon Prime Video and Hulu.