Jackson Fine Art is an art gallery, with a primary focus on fine art photography. They are located in Buckhead, Atlanta’s uptown district. While they focus mainly on modern work, the gallery also offers a variety of vintage prints. They sell art, frames, and finely-printed limited edition books that include reproduced art. They offer fine art prints for sale, many from the most well-known names in fine art photography. Sally Mann, one of the art form’s first stars in the 1970s and 1980s, is just one of the artists whose work is sold in the gallery. Holly Andres, Sid Avery, Richard Benson and Jack Spencer are also featured artists. In addition to selling their art, the gallery als o hosts discussions and events that feature the artists on display. These talks allow patrons to discover the vision of the artist, which is important since the goal of fine art photography is to express the artist's perceptions about the subject. Jackson Fine Art has served the area since 1990, when it was founded by Jane Jackson. The gallery became an important player in both the North American and international markets soon after its opening. Long-time director Anna Walker Skillman bought the gallery in 2003, and she still owns it. Jackson is now the director of the prestigious Sir Elton John Photography Collectio n. The gallery has appeared at a number of international art fairs. Past fairs include The Photography Show (AIPAD) in New York and Miami, Photo Los Angeles, Art Chicago: The Navy Pier Show and Paris Photo. The gallery also boasts an extensive client list, with museums and corporate collections in addition to private buyers. Public institution s who have art from the gallery include The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The High Museum of Art, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Museum of Fine Arts in Houston and The Art Institute of Chicago. For those shopping for contemporary fine art photography in Atlanta, there is no better gallery than Jackson Fine Art. The gallery also offers a comprehensive collection of art photography from other eras. The gallery offers patrons more information through several active social media accounts on Twitter and Facebook. The gallery also updates their blog on a regular basis, offering art-related news, special event promotions and information about the artists.