Rachel Seed, exhibitions research assistant, participated in the group exhibition Indiana Artists Series: 2D(B), Low Road Gallery, Greencastle, Indiana, December 10–20.
Robert Stevens, faculty member, is signing copies of his book Yvon's Paris at Higher Pictures on Thursday, December 16.
David Deitcher, MFA core faculty member, was awarded a Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Art Writers 2010 Grant for his book Once More, with Feeling.
Courtney Wrenn, staff member, has an exhibition color conflagrations on view in the Donnell Library Windows through December 19.
Joseph Rodriguez (GS85), faculty member, has a discussion with Ruben Martinez at 601Artspace on December 3 in conjunction with his exhibition with Martín Weber.
Nancy Davenport, ICP-Bard core faculty member, is the subject of "Blast-Off Photography: Nancy Davenport and Expanded Photography" by Ingrid Hölzl in the November 2010 issue of History of Photography.
Jean-Christian Bourcart, faculty member, and Antoine D'Agata (PJ91) are included in the group exhibition Prix Niepce 1983–2010: Exposition Collective dans le cadre du Mois de la Photo at the Musée du Montparnasse in Paris, November 19–December 12.
Charles Ludeke, staff member, is a winner in the College Photographer of the Year's Domestic Picture Story category.
Amy Stein, Juliana Beasley, faculty members, and Stacy Mehrfar (GS02) are in the group exhibition Things Fall Apart, curated by Stein, at the Pool Gallery in Berlin, November 20, 2010–January 15, 2011.
Deana Lawson, faculty member, is the recipient of a Rema Hort Mann Foundation 2010 Visual Art Grant.
Harvey Stein, faculty member, has an exhibition of his project Artists Observed: 1980–1985 at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Massachusetts, November 18, 2010–January 30, 2011.
Andreas Rentsch (GS90), faculty member, is in the group exhibition Zeichen-Zeichnen at Forum Vebikus in Schaffhausen, Switzerland, November 20–December 19.
Richard Renaldi, Phillip Toledano, Jessica Todd Harper, Dina Kantor, Eric Weeks, Suzanne Opton, Darin Mickey, Amy Stein, and Joni Sternbach, faculty members, with alumni Mickey Kerr (GS02) and Carl Wooley (GS08) are featured in a projection on the facade of the Corcoran Gallery in Washington DC as part of 100 Portraits—100 Photographers: Selections from the FlakPhoto.com Archive for FotoWeek DC, November 6–13.
Vincent Cianni, faculty member, speaks about his project Gays in the Military: How America Thanked Me at powerHouse Arena on November 14.
Leeor Kaufman (PJ09), faculty member, had a film Destiny Hills shown as part of HOME-LAND: An Exhibition for Middle Eastern Artists at 49B Studios.
Corinne May Botz, faculty member, was featured in the New York Times' article "Documenting Accumulation and its Discontents" (11/4/10).
Christina Labey, staff member, curated the group exhibition Unusual Happiness at Conveyor Arts in Hoboken, November 6–7, as part of the Hoboken Artists' Studio Tour.
Tema Stauffer, faculty member, was awarded a 2010 AOL 25 for 25 Grant.
Christina Labey, staff member, has an exhibition Like Make Believe at Conveyor Arts in Hoboken through December 19.
Jean-Christian Bourcart, faculty member, was awarded the prix Niépce 2010.
Lynn Saville, faculty member, interviewed Brian Ulrich for Bomb Magazine.
Cynthia Young, Assistant Curator, was nominated for Lucie Award in the Curator/Exhibition category for The Mexican Suitcase.
RJ Mickelson (PJ05), faculty member, will have his photography included in ON VIEW: A Visual Artist Showcase on Thursday, October 28.
Joseph Rodriguez and Martín Weber, faculty members, have an exhibition Cultural Memory Matters at 601Artpsace through March 12, 2011. 601Artspace will be hosting a dialogue with Weber and Robert Blake, Chair Emeritus of ICP's General Studies in Photography program on October 27. A dialogue with Rodriguez and Ruben Martinez is to be determined.
Karen Ostrom, staff member, accepted a Fundación Valparaiso Artist Residency in Mojácar, Spain.
Lauri Lyons, faculty member, has published the debut issue of NOMADS, a quarterly online travel magazine, which features faculty members Ed Grazda, Ed Kashi, and alum Christoph Bangert.
Marina Berio, Chair of the General Studies Program, curated the exhibition Significant Surfaces at the Andrea Meislin Gallery through September 24.
Shandor Hassan, faculty member, is included in the group exhibition h.a.z. in Miskolc, Hungary through October 9.
Jean-Christian Bourcart, faculty member, and Andrea Star Reese (PJ08) are included in the Images Festival in Vevey, Switzerland, September 4–26.
Anja Hitzenberger, faculty member, showed her film The Paris Film at Festival VideoDanzaBA 2010 in Buenos Aires on September 7.
Megan Cump, faculty member, with Garrett Miller (MFA11) and Louise Sturges (GS06), is in the Humble Arts Foundation's online exhibition Group Show 36.
Moyra Davey, ICP-Bard MFA core faculty member, is in a group exhibition False/Divide at the Miguel Abreu Gallery through August 15
Jesal Kapadia, faculty member, and her students Amin Husain (GS10) and Nitasha Dhillon (GS10) participated in the public program Projects for a Revolution in New York, Experiments in Collective Research and Action: Some Proposals as part of the exhibition Museum as Hub: In and Out of Context REDUX at the New Museum, on July 10.
Lynn Saville, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Incognito: The Hidden Self-Portrait at the Yancey Richardson Gallery, July 15–August 27.
Karina Skvirsky, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Lush Life Chapter Eight: 17 Plus 25 Is 32 at the Scaramouche Gallery, July 8–August 7.
Elinor Carucci, S. Billie Mandle, Karen Miranda, Joseph Rodriguez, Claudia Sohrens, faculty members, are the recipients of a 2010 NYFA Fellowship for Photography.
Anja Hitzenberger, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Portraits of the City in Salzburg, Austria as part of the Sommerszene Festival Salzburg through July 25.
Anthony Hamboussi, faculty member, is in the group exhibition ECOAESTHETIC: The Tragedy of Beauty at Exit Art, June 18–August 28.
Bradly Dever Treadway, faculty and staff member, has an installation Piety, Independence, Desire at the Brooklyn Public Library through September 10.
Moyra Davey, ICP-Bard faculty member, is in the group exhibition Mixed Use, Manhattan: Photography and Related Practices 1970s to the present at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia in Madrid through September 27.
John Cyr, faculty member, and alum Stone Kim are in the School of Visual Arts MFA Thesis Exhibition for Photography, Video & Related Media at The Visual Arts Gallery, June 11–26.
Bradly Dever Treadaway, faculty and staff member, has his video Insert Masking, Flashing Bulbs in the 5th Annual MISC Video and Performance at the New York Studio Gallery through July 3.
Allen Frame, faculty member, performed in Jeanine Oleson's installation at the opening of the exhibition To Believe at La Mama La Galleria.
Karen Marshall, faculty member, is in the group exhibition The Shelter Project at Projektwerksatt SOHO in Vienna, as part of the Vienna Soho Art Festival, June 9–13.
John Maggiotto, faculty member, is in the Spring 2010 group exhibition at the Argazzi Art Gallery in Lakeville, Connecticut through June 28.
Deana Lawson, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Demolition Milk II at the KIT Museum in Dusseldorf, Germany through August 8.
Deana Lawson, Alice O'Malley, and Hank Willis Thomas, faculty members, are included in the exhibition Greater New York at PS1, May 23–October 18.
Stephanie de Rouge and S. Billie Mandle, faculty members, are winners in the Magenta Foundation's Flash Foward—Emerging Photographers 2010 competition.
Christine Callahan (MFA09), faculty member, is in the group exhibition The Ecstatic at Curious Matter through June 13.
Robert Stevens, faculty member, edited the newly published book Yvon's Paris. There will be a publishing party on May 18 at the Rizzoli bookstore. He will be at ICP for a book signing June 4.
Jem Cohen, faculty member, will be showing his feature film Chain at MoMA on May 15 and May 17.
Alice O'Malley, faculty member, is participating in the exhibition Hidden Books, Hidden Stories curated by Lou Reed, at the New York Photo Festival, May 12–16.
Bill Jacobson, Sally Gall, and Andrea Modica, faculty members, are participating in the exhibition Object Lesson curated by Vince Aletti, at the New York Photo Festival, May 12–16.
Ernesto Bazan and Lauren Greenfield, faculty members; and alumni Kristoffer Axen (GS09), Gianni Cipriani (PJ08), Andrea Starr Reese (PJ08), are included in the exhibition New Visionaries 2009 at the New York Photo Festival, May 12–16.
Marina Berio, Chair of the General Studies Program, has an exhibition with sculptor Lidia Sanvito at the Otto Zoo Gallery in Milan, May 3–June 30.
Bernard Yenelouis, faculty and staff member, has a solo exhibition The Idea of Detroit at the Kristi Engle Gallery, Los Angeles, May 1–29.
Kathleen Anderson, faculty member, is in RayKo Photo Center's Annual Pinhole Show in San Francisco through May 30.
Sophie Barbasch, staff member, photographed "A Promised Land of Pork and Shellfish" for The Atlantic's food blog.
Bradly Dever Treadaway, faculty and staff member, is participating in two upcoming group exhibitions: Jamaica Flux ‘10 Video Slam: Art as Action at the Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning on April 10; and Premio Valcellina, International Competition of Contemporary Textile Art at Museo dell’Arte Fabbrile e delle Coltellerie in Italy, April 17–May 16, 2010.
Jesal Kapadia, faculty member, is included in the group exhibition A Wild Gander: Artists from the South Asian Women's Creative Collective at BRIC Arts through May 1.
Andreas Rentsch (GS90), faculty member, has a solo exhibition Entangled in Justice at La Cabane in Murten, Switzerland, March 28–April 24.
Saul Robbins, faculty member, curated Projecting Freedom: Cinematic Interpretations of the Haggadah, which will be shown at the Skirball Center for Adult Jewish Learning at Temple Emanu-El on March 22.
Marina Berio, Chair of the General Studies Program, and Dayanita Singh (PJ88) are in the group exhibition Burning Desire at Michael Mazzeo Gallery, March 18–April 24. She also has a selection of drawings in the Galerie Camera Obscura booth at ArtParis, March 18–22.
Anthony Hamboussi, faculty member, has published the monograph Newtown Creek with Princeton Architectural Press.
Saul Robbins, faculty member, and Meng-Ling Hsieh (GS08) are in the exhibition Colored Glasses at Da Gallery through March 16.
Tema Stauffer, faculty member, and Hank Willis Thomas, faculty member, are participating in the exhibition Whatever Was Splendid: New American Photographs at Houston's Vine Street Studios, as part of the Fotofest 2010 Biennial, March 12–April 25.
Greg Miller, faculty member, has a solo exhibition Nashville at Kris Graves Projects, March 4–April 10.
Naomi Harris (PJ98) and S. Billie Mandle, faculty members, along with alumni Paula McCartney (GS96) and Ann Woo (GS08) are included in the exhibition 31Women in Art Photography at Affirmation Arts, March 6–April 10.
Nina Berman, faculty member, is included in the 2010 Whitney Biennial, February 25–May 30.
Katie Kline, staff member, photographed an interview for the spring 2010 issue of NYU's ISO magazine.
Joshua Lutz, faculty member (MFA05), has a solo exhibition at the Robert Koch Gallery in San Francisco, February 4–March 27.
Bayeté Ross Smith, faculty member, has a solo exhibition Passing at City College's The Halls at Bowling Green through March 5.
Nayland Blake, Chair of the ICP-Bard MFA Program, is in the group exhibition Nobody Gets to See the Wizard. Not Nobody. Not Nohow. at the Anna Kustera Gallery through March 6.
Sophie Barbasch, staff member, photographed the article "Pastrami's Second Coming: On David Sax's Save the Deli" in issue #10 of Meatpaper.
Cecilia Dougherty, faculty member, will have 3 videos—The Third Space, Tetragrammaton, and Supertasking— at Vox Populi Gallery in Philadelphia, January 8–31.