Photographer and RISD critic Jesse Burke (RISD MFA 2005, Photography) and his daughter will be giving a talk on their exhibition Jesse Burke: Wild & Precious on Thursday, 21st January 2016 at 5:45pm in the Tsiaras Photography Gallery (RISD Museum).
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In their weekly series, T magazines’s photo editors share the most compelling new visual projects they’ve discovered. Recently T featured Jesse Burke (Critic, Photography) and work from his “Wild and Precious” series, which explores fatherhood and documents three year’s worth of road trips taken with his young daughter.
Commissioned by the Providence Preservation Society, Jesse Burke’s (Critic, Photography) series “Endangered” documents properties in Providence, Rhode Island that are in imminent danger of destruction, threat or disrepair. The exhibition opens on Thursday, January 23, 2014 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm, and will travel around the city through the year. Salomon Center for Teaching Brown […]
Work by Jesse Burke (Critic, Photography) was recently featured in the Printmaking Center of New Jersey’s exhibition “No Man is an Island: The Landscape of Masculinity in the 21st Century.” Work by 22 artists in various media was selected by curator Sarah Schmerler. “We’re seeking to redefine and hopefully renew prevailing notions of what it […]
Jesse Burke (Critic, Photography) was recently highlighted as a Featured Artist in the Autumn Color Digital Imaging newsletter. He began to develop his first body of work, “Intertidal,” when he returned to his native New England, “and applied the same principles I used in Arizona to family in New England.” An extended examination of the […]