Faculty member Joseph Rodriguez GS’85 and faculty members Frank Fournier, Lori Grinker, Nina Berman, Andrew Lichtenstein, Mark Peterson, Richard Renaldi, and Sylvia Plachy are in the exhibition Whose Streets? Our Streets! at the Bronx Documentary Center, January 14 – March 14 http://bronxdoc.org/exhibitions
Gaston Solnicki GS’03 is featured in Hacerse La Critica http://www.hacerselacritica.com/una-noche-en-la-opera-kekszakallu-por-luis-franc/
Faculty member Justine Kurland’s book Highway Kind is featured in Vince Aletti’s list of notable photo books for 2016 for Photograph Magazine http://photographmag.com/issues/january-february-2017/photo-books/
Lais Pontes GS’11 is in the group exhibition En Face at Aspect Ratio Projects, Chicago, IL, January 21 – February 25 http://www.aspectratioprojects.com/home ; Lais’s social media art projects were featured in the December 2016 issue of Katalog 27.2, in preparation for Diffusion Festival in UK.
Joshua Lutz MFA’05, Kathryn Harrison GS’14 and faculty members Elinor Carucci, Jen Davis, and Justine Kurland are in the group exhibition Picturing Family at the Green Hall Gallery, Yale School of Art, New Haven, January 20 – 29 http://art.yale.edu/gallery
Susan Scafati GS’04 is in the exhibition “textscape” at Co-Lab Projects’ DEMO Gallery, Austin, TX, February 4 – March 4 https://www.facebook.com/events/329706450720100/
Rick Schatzberg GS’15 has a solo exhibition at No. Six Depot, West Stockbridge, MA, opening February 5 http://sixdepot.com
Terttu Uibopuu, Caught In a Looped Gesture
January 15, 2017 – February 19, 2017
Opening This Sunday, January 15, 6:00 – 8:00
Soloway is pleased to present: Caught In a Looped Gesture, an exhibition by Terttu Uibopuu. In a journey that begins in areas affected by Hurricane Katrina in Florida and Louisiana, and continues to the post-Soviet Baltic country Estonia, Uibopuu traces subtle signs of trauma and recovery in the lives of people and places still healing from natural disaster and political occupation.
Caught In a Looped Gesture brings forward a selection of works from Uibopuu’s photographic series E.S.E (East South East; 2014-16,) where she shifts between various sites in Eastern Europe and the American South. Born and raised in Estonia, Uibopuu has lived through the Soviet occupation of her country, until she moved to the United States at age seventeen. In joining these backgrounds together, she engages in a photographic dialogue between separate landscapes and cultures connected by the drama of survival, a drama which Uibopuu delivers through the minute and routine gestures of resilience of her subjects.
Soloway is located at 348 South 4th Street, Bklyn
Open Saturday and Sunday 12:00 – 5:00 and by appointment
Amin Husain GS’10 and Nitasha Dhillon GS’10 are interviewed in “Learning from Decolonize this Place” in Hyperallergic http://hyperallergic.com/350186/learning-from-decolonize-this-place/
Gaston Solnicki GS’03 is reviewed in La Nacion (Argentina) http://www.lanacion.com.ar/1974976-film-evocativo-y-diferente