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 […]
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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 […]
Sheida Soleimani (ACAD Fellow, Photography) is profiled in this month’s Interview Magazine in their portfolio entitled The New Activists. In the profile Soleimani talks about the defining moments that shaped her activism and the challenges she foresees for her and future generations. The full article can be read by clicking here Image Credit: Interview Magazine
Henry Horenstein’s (Professor, Photography) new book HISTORIES: Tales from the 70s, Photography and Illustration is being released in the Spring with a show and book launch at ClampArt (W. 25th Street betw. 10th and 11th Ave.) in New York. the exhibition will run from 9th April to 21st May 2016, with a closing reception on Saturday, […]
Henry Horenstein (Professor, Photography) will be giving the Gary Metz Lecture on 03/08/16 at 7:00PM in the Metcalf Auditorium, Chace Center.
The exhibition ‘Fold’ by Kent Rogowski (Senor Critic, Photography) at the Wallace L. Anderson Gallery (Bridgewater State University) explored the diverse possibilities within a sheet of folded paper. The images were created through the careful observation and lighting of his subject, creating a complex illusion that harkens back to the Modernism of the early 20th […]
Henry Horenstein (Professor, Photography) recently gave a talk at the Southeast Museum of Photography in Daytona Beach, FL. The lecture marked the end of an exhibition of works drawn from his book ANIMALIA. The exhibit moves on to the UMass-Dartmouth, University Art Gallery (715 Purchase Street, New Bedford) and runs from February 18th through to […]
“Jesse Burke: Wild & Precious” opens at the RISD Museum on Thursday evening, January 21, 2016. The exhibition is on view through September 25. Encompassing landscape, portraiture and still-life photography, “Wild & Precious” presents photographs Jesse Burke (RISD MFA 2005, Photography; Critic, Photography) made over the past five years while traveling across the United States and […]
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).
The Robert Koch Gallery is pleased to present The Centurion, an exhibition of Brian Ulrich’s (Assistant Professor, Photography) new body of work that reveals the excesses of luxury consumerism and America’s love affair with perception of wealth. For over a decade Ulrich has examined consumer culture, beginning in 2001 with his series Copia. Initially focused […]