Leonard Nimoy
Photography of Leonard Nimoy


Dear Friends, It has been a privilege both professionally and personally to have enjoyed a relationship with Leonard Nimoy that has grown into a deep friendship. While it remained a source of amusement for us both to be so regularly mistaken for father and son over the past 12 years, Leonard did indeed become much like a father to me in many ways. I have been the beneficiary of his advice, his spirit, his creativity, and his generosity. My wife and I consider ourselves blessed to have known him, his loving wife Susan, and their extended family. We at R. Michelson Galleries offer them our sincerest condolences. The gifts Leonard has given to all of us—his acting, his photography, his poetry, his presence—will surely live long and prosper. In that spirit, let us continue to celebrate the life and achievements of this brilliant, kind, and loving soul.   —Richard Michelson

Leonard Nimoy first experienced the magic of making photographic images as a teen-ager in the early 1940s. His darkroom was the family bathroom in their small Boston apartment. His subjects were family and friends. He studied at UCLA under Robert Heineken in the early 1970s and later received an “artist in residence” appointment at the American Academy in Rome.

Mr Nimoy’s photography is included  in many museum collections, including The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, The Judah L. Magnes Museum, The LA County Museum of Art, the Jewish Museum of NY, The New Orleans Museum of Fine Art and The Hammer Museum.

Besides his rising stature as a major contemporary American photographer, in his spare time Mr. Nimoy moonlights as an actor, director, philanthropist, and as one of the world’s best loved and respected personalities, Mr. Spock.  (read more here)

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Leonard Nimoy (right) and gallery owner Richard Michelson

Interviews, Articles,
and Event Photographs

 

Books


Purchase signed and personalized
Secret Selves, Shekhina, & The Full Body Project books.
 

Secret Selves


Do you have another half? Do you have a self
never revealed? Who do you think you are?

The Full Body Project


An examination of our concepts
of beauty and sexuality.

Shekhina


A photographic essay about
the feminine presence of God.
 

Eye Contact

 

Classic Nudes
— & —
Dance Series

 

Self Portraits
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Hand Series

 

The Black and White Series

 

Landscapes
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Egg Series

 

Borghese Series

 

Early Work

 


Listen to Leonard Nimoy read the children's book Too Young for Yiddish by Richard Michelson.
"One of the best Jewish children's books published in recent memory, and one of the top 25 ever published."
-Detroit Jewish News



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