Three prints from Professor Henry Horenstein’s (Professor, Photography) Honky Tonk series were recently acquired by The Getty Museum. The RISD Museum showcased Honky Tonk in a one-person show in 2007.
Posts Tagged ‘Photography’
Catherine Wagner will give a lecture on the 14th March 2017 at 7:00PM in the Metcalf Auditorium as part of the 2017 RISD Photo Gary Metz Lecture Series. Over the course of her career Catherine Wagner has been observing the built environment as a metaphor for how we construct our cultural identities. She has examined […]
Kent Rogowski (Senior Critic, Photography) was commissioned by Vice Magazine to create the cover of their 2016 Fiction Edition, based on his series Everything I Wish I Could Be. The pieces in this series were created using self help and motivational books. The title of each cover in the Vice magazine cover references either story structure or […]
Franz Werner (Professor, Graphic Design) and his student Shawn Guo have collaborated in the production of this season’s Playbill for the Festival Ballet Providence (FBP). The booklet contains information audiences would expect to find in a Playbill: a welcome message from the artistic director, Misha Djuric, details about the company’s history, biographies of the dancers, […]
Leora Maltz-Leca (Associate Professor, History of Art + Visual Culture) has written an article in ArtForum remembering the life and contribution of the iconic Malian photographer Malick Sidibé who died earlier this year. The full article can be found here
Odette England (Critic, Photography) has a solo exhibition currently on view at Klompching Gallery (89 Water Street) in Brookyn, New York through 19th November 2016. The 18 color photographs presented in the exhibition, are one-of-a-kind and unique, having undergone a meticulous and labor-intensive process of being partially erased and obscured. This process of manual manipulation, […]
Anna Strickland (Senior Critic, Photography) has an exhibition currently on view at the Tilt Gallery (7077 East Main Street, Scottsdale) through 28th October 2016. Her exhibition is entitled From the Faraway Nearby, a title that was drawn from the book by Rebecca Solnit which resonates with her thoughts on how many people take the natural world for […]
Henry Horenstein (Professor, Photography) recently published Histories: Tales from the 70s, which features work much of it made while he was student at RISD. The book was designed by Ernesto Aparicio (Senior Critic, Graphic Design). Images published in the volume were recently shown at ClampArt, New York City.
Jung Joon Lee (Assistant Professor, History of Art + Visual Culture) was published in the Trans-Asia Photography Review. Her article Kowloon Walled City Revisited: Photography and Postcoloniality in the City of Darkness formed part of the Spring 2016 issue. Her article explores the relationship between photography and Hong Kong’s postcolonial identity. Lee examines the photographs of Hong Kong’s […]
Anna Strickland (Senior Critic, Photography) has a co-curated show HANDMADE currently on display at the Christian Duvernois Gallery (648 Broadway, New York) until 6th July 2016. The show features the terracotta sculptures of Rudolph Serra paired with Strickland’s photographs. HANDMADE focuses on two distinguished practices that reveal the potential of the hand and its gestures in […]