Sandi Haber Fifield received her MFA in photography from Rochester Institute of Technology, and soon thereafter she received a New York State Creative Artists Program Grant. Her work has been widely exhibited in galleries throughout the United States, and been included in notable museums such as The Art Institute of Chicago; The DeCordova Museum, Concord, MA; The Museum of Modern Art, New York; The National Museum of American Art, Washington DC; The Oakland Museum; The Southeast Museum of Photography, Daytona Beach and The St. Louis Museum. Her work is held in several private and public collections including The Brooklyn Museum, The George Eastman House, The High Museum, The Library of Congress, The Los Angeles County Museum, The Museum of Modern Art and The New Britain Museum, among others.
Haber Fifield’s upcoming monograph, After the Threshold ( Kehrer Verlag 2013) is a series of three and four panel combined images; the book includes an essay by Vicki Goldberg. In 2009 Charta published Haber Fifield’s first monograph of grids and multiple image installations, Walking through the World, and in 2011 her book of photographs made on small farms, Between Planting and Picking was published (Charta). Additionally, Haber Fifield’s work has appeared in the photography books Fabrications by Anne Hoy, Picturing California by Therese Heyman, Defining Eye: Women Photographers of the 20th Century and The Photography of Invention by Merry Foresta.