Prize from the Public, Photographic Nights of Selma, 2022
Prix de La Photographie de Paris, book, gold, 2022
Moscow International Photo Awards, book, gold, 2022
Elizabeth Avedon Journal, Best Photography Books 2021
All About Photo Best Photography Books 2021
Critical Mass Top 50 Portfolios, 2012, 2013
wonderful, very moving, should melt a few hearts
National Gallery of Art
Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, CA
LaGrange College Museum of Art, Columbus, GA
Eastern Kentucky University
University of Minnesota
Rochester Institute of Technology
University of Colorado
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Berry’s photographs tug at our heart strings and elicit our empathy to all of those animals and individuals who are caged and incarcerated. This book constitutes a call to action for this planet and everything that lives on it, mankind, animals, insects and plants.
Behind Glass is a hardbound Smyth-sewn book; it is 112 pages and features 50 duotone plates and a message from Jane Goodall. It is crafted with high-end stochastic screen printing on archival matte art paper with varnish on the photographs. A debossed suede cover has a tipped-on image on the front and back of the book. $65
Enjoy the wonderful portraits Anne Berry offers us. The individuals they portray are ambassadors for the natural world that we have forgotten how to be a part of. Linger with them and let them inspire you to learn more about primates and to play your part in reversing the extinction crisis.
-Dr. Jo Setchell, President, Primate Society of Great Britain
These photographs, complicated though they may be, speak to a rich, complex, fascinating, beautiful, emotional and deeply personal bond between the viewer and the viewed. The glass remains, but the rift between “us” and “them” can be mended by way of honest expression. Such is the genesis of all great art. - -Collier Brown,
editor, 21st Editions
11 bound and 8 loose, signed platinum prints
2 ambrotype presentations
edition of 17
With each extended paw and unwavering gaze, their lives feel burdened with a melancholy of our making. Suspended between our world and theirs, the glass acts as a window to a soul, one that we discover is not so different from our own.
- Jenna Garrett
These photographs have such soulful power conveying the sadness of captivity and seem to reflect back something about ourselves.
- Aline Smithson,