Mission & History

Since 1981, Etherton Gallery has showcased the icons of the history of photography as well as the contemporary artists changing its course. Our exhibitions highlight the most important figures in the history of the medium and we remain dedicated to making great works of photography accessible to novices and experienced collectors alike.

A champion of the arts of the Southwest and in particular Tucson, the gallery also exhibits top local and regional artists working in a variety of media, and presents free exhibition programs that address related local and national issues.

Etherton Gallery is a long-standing member of the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) and participates in fine art photography fairs including the AIPAD Photography Show NY, Classic Photographs LA, and Paris Photo.



      Etheerton Gallery shows excellent artists throughout the year and always has something interesting on display. Well-presented and displayed.

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      When I was growing up in Tucson in the 1980s downtown was a place you did not want to be. The core was dilapidated and vacant. Maybe you were ditching class and eating potato skins with all the city workers at the Mexican/Irish restaurant Carlos...More

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      Every time I go to Tucson, this is one of the first places that I stop. Terry Etherton has an amazing gallery and shows work of the highest quality. He and the staff's knowledge of photography are second to no one. They have a beautiful...More

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      We have loved Terry Etherton’s Gallery since we first started coming to Tucson. Now we are here every year as snow birds from NYC. We just saw his latest show and it was great! Not only are the pictures beautiful, but the way they are...More

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Our Team

Left to Right: Terry Etherton, Hannah Glasston, Lisa Jo Roden, Shannon Smith and Daphne Srinivasan


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