Josephine Sittenfeld (Critic, History of Art + Visual Culture) was recently featured in the New York Times. Her new photo essay, Excavating My ’90s-Era Childhood Bedroom, shows images of the the items she encountered while clearing her childhood bedroom.
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Josephine Sittenfeld (Critic, History of Art + Visual Culture) was recently featured in an article written by her sister, the novelist Curtis Sittenfeld. The Hardest Working Women We Know follows their joint project to examine the questions; Who are the hardest working women around us, and how are they doing it, both emotionally and logistically? What motivates […]
Josephine Sittenfeld (Critic, History of Art + Visual Culture) recently had her work featured in the New Yorker. In an article entitled, A Photographer’s Old College Classmates, Back Then and Now, the article’s author Eren Orbey describes Sittenfeld’s project, Reunion, in which she revisited old classmates first photographed during her junior year at Princeton.
Josephine Sittenfeld (Lecturer, Photography) was recently featured in the New York Times. Her photographs accompany a feature written by Cammie McGovern and entitled, Looking Into the Future for a Child With Autism, which trended as one of the most emailed articles after its publication at the end of August. Image Credit: New York Times