Monthly archives of “October 2013

Alumni & Faculty News – Martine Fougeron, Yael Ben-Zion, Jonathon Wells, Fryd Frydendahl

Martine Fougeron GS06 is profiled in French Morning New York

Yael Ben-Zion GS07  is in the group show Immigrant Too at the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance, October 10 – November 21 ; Yael and faculty member Lynn Saville are in the group show Best of Show at the University of the Arts, Philadelphia, November 1 – December 6 ; Yael is in the group showFamily curated by Katherine Ware at the Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, CO, December 6 – January 18, 2014 ; Yael is in the group show Experiencing a Time of War and Beyond: Portraits of Spirited Holocaust Survivors in the Gold Wing Gallery, Hebrew Tabernacle Congregation, Washington Heights, November – December.

Jonathon Wells GS01 is interviewed in SciArt in America

Fryd Frydendahl GS09 has a new book Vinter done in collaboration with Halfdan Pisket (Conversation Books, 2013); there is a release party for the book at NewShelterPlan, Copenhagen, November 1

Alumni & Faculty News – Sofia Cordova, Joseph Rodriguez

Sofia Cordova GS05 a.k.a. Chucha Santamaria is featured in Esta Paando

Faculty member Joseph Rodriguez GS85 is in the group show Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC, October 25 – March 2, 2014

Alumni & Faculty News – Allen Frame, Christopher Morris, Martine Fourgeron

Faculty member Allen Frame has a solo show Dialogue with Bolano at the Gitterman Gallery, November 7 – January 11

Christopher Morris GS81 has a portfolio in the New York Times Lens blog

Martine Fourgeron GS06 is interviewed in Design Arts Daily

Alumni & Faculty News – Hao Wu, Amin Husain, Gloria Chung, Frances Denny

Hao Wu GS13 is interviewed in PDN

Amin Husain GS10 and Nitasha Dhillon GS10, members of the collective MTL ,have published Palestine: Cartography of an Occupation at Creative Time Reports

Gloria Chung GS02 had a video in the New Filmmakers series at Anthology Film Archives, October 9

Frances Denny GS10 is in the group show All the Dire Moves – Photography Graduate Student Exhibition at the Sol Koffler Graduate Student Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, October 18 – November 3

Alumni & Faculty News – Santu Mofokeng, Flemming Ove Bech, Fryd Frydendahl, Sofia Cordov

Alessandra Sanguinetti GS92 has a new book Sorry, Welcome in Subscription Series #4 from TBW Books

Santu Mofokeng GS91 has a new book The Black Photo Album – Look at Me: 1890 – 1950 (Steidl/The Walther Collection, 2013)

The collaborative project We Three, faculty member Bernard Yenelouis, Flemming Ove Bech GS09, and Fryd Frydendahl GS09 at Station923, Ithaca, NY, is featured on the Shpilman Institute for Photography blog

Sofia Cordova GS05 wrote “No Time To Be 21, To Be Anyone” for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art blog

Alumni & Faculty News – Emile Hyperion Dubuisson, Valentina Medda, Ayumi Tanaka, Tina Ruisinger, Amin Husain, Nitasha Dhillon, Osvaldo Ponton, Matthew Carson, Victor Sira, Shiori Kawasaki

Emile Hyperion Dubuisson GS07 published the book FAR, with a foreword by Boris Mikhailov, from ADAD Books

Valentina Medda GS09 has a show Presence – Intervention sur Cartes Postales at Recollets, Paris, opening September 10

Ayumi Tanaka GS10 received the Grand Prix award at the Tokyo International Photography Competition which will be shown at the Tokyo Institute of Photography, August 21 – September 8 and in NYC at United Photo Industries, Brooklyn, September 5 – October 26

Faculty member Joni Sternbach NYU/ICP87 is interviewed in Foam Magazine

Tina Ruisinger GS96 is in the Bodrum Bienali, Bodrum, Turkey September 2 – November 2 

Amin Husain GS10 and Nitasha Dhillon GS10 wrote “The Slow, Sure Death of Palestine” for Creative Time Reports

Osvaldo Ponton GS10 is profiled in Issuu magazine

Staff member Matthew Carson, ICP Library blogger Russet Lederman, faculty member Victor Sira PJ91 and Shiori Kawasaki PJ07 organized 10×10 American Photobooks, an exhibition and catalog, with essays by faculty member Bernard Yenelouis, at the Tokyo Institute of Photography September 11 – October 6