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Staff News 2011

December 2011

Bill Armstrong, faculty member, has an exhibition Bill Armstrong: Photographs from the Collection of Christopher Hyland at the Cape Cod Museum of Art, Dennis, Massachusetts, December 17, 2011–February 12, 2012.
Cecilia Dougherty, faculty member, has videos included in I, BEAR at the Canada Gallery, December 13–17.
Moyra Davey, faculty member, and Yto Barrada (PJ94) are included in the group exhibition You Have Been There at Marian Goodman Gallery, December 3, 2011–January 21, 2012.
Toby Old, faculty member, has work in the permanent collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum.
Serge J-F. Levy, faculty member, has photographs illustrating the book A Community of Scholars: Impressions of the Institute for Advanced Study, published by Princeton University Press.
Anja Hitzenberger (GS90), faculty member, is screening her video The Bear as part of the film festival Letters from the Sky in Durban, South Africa, November 28–December 14.
Bayeté Ross Smith, faculty member, is in conversation with artist Tahir Hemphill as part of Dispatches from the Square at NYFA on December 7.
Jean-Christian Bourcart, faculty member, won the Prix Nadar for Best Photography of 2011 for Camden; he also has images published Libération about young revolutionaries in Egypt.
Jesal Kapadia, faculty member, is on the panel Spectral Value: Art through the Financial Prism at Columbia University's LeRoy Neiman Gallery on December 1.

November 2011

Nayland Blake, MFA Chair, and Carlos Motta, faculty member, are in the exhibition The Air We Breathe at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California, November 5, 2011–February 20, 2012.
Cecilia Dougherty, faculty member, is screening her film Laurie as part of Dirty Looks' An Unseen Cloud at Participant INC on November 30.
Jean-Christian Bourcart, faculty member, profiled faculty member Suzanne Opton for La Lettre de la Photographie.
Alison Bradley, faculty member, curated the group exhibition Mirrors and Reflections, which includes faculty member Suzanne Opton, at the Robert Anderson Gallery, November 17, 2011–January 7, 2012.
Deirdre Donohue, ICP Librarian, is in the group exhibition One if by Wanderlust at 25CPW, November 16–23.
Susan Hartman, faculty member, is presenting her multimedia project Jump Rope Girls, 23 Years On, featuring the work of award-winning photographers and filmmakers at the Brooklyn Public Library, New York on November 30.
Vincent Cianni, faculty member, has an exhibition of his project Gays in the Military: How America Thanked Me at Fovea Exhibitions, Beacon, New York, November 12, 2011–February 11, 2012.
Andrea Blanch, faculty member, launches the online magazine of work by emerging photographers Musée.
Kambui Olujimi, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Palace of Desire as part of the TOP TWENTYFIVE: International African and Mediterranean Contemporary Art Fair in Casablanca, Morocco, November 16–19.
Suzanne Opton and Ken Schles, faculty members, are speaking at the Society for Photographic Education: Northeast regional conference at Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, November 5.
Sean Justice, faculty member, curated Pictures are Words-Not-Known at the Lishui Museum of Photography, Lishui, China, November 4–6.
Christopher Phillips, ICP Curator, is in conversation with Daido Moriyama at the Japan Society on November 3.
Bill Armstrong, faculty member, is included in the new publication from Aperture The Unseen Eye: Photographs from the Unconscious. His triptych The Last Supper has been acquired by the Vatican Museum.

October 2011

Corinne May Botz, faculty member, curated the exhibition Macabre & Mysticism, which includes Ayumi Tanaka (GS10) and faculty member Darin Mickey, at the Red Roots Gallery.
Kathryn Parker Almanas and Bayeté Ross Smith, faculty members, are contestants on the reality TV show Work of Art on Bravo.
Karen Ostrom, staff member, presents her video The End in a screening at Big Screen Plaza on October 25.
Susan Hartman, faculty member, is hosting an evening with Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Web on October 23 at powerHouse Arena.
Ken Schles, faculty member, has an exhibition Oculus at the Noorderlicht Photogallery, Groningen, Netherlands, October 22–December 11.
Elinor Carucci, faculty member, and Gillian Laub (GS98) are participating in a panel discussion "Family Matters" at the Aperture Gallery on October 22.
Joni Sternbach, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Wet Plate and Mirrors: Photographers Working with Historical Processes at the Jennifer Schwartz Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, October 15–November 26.
Anja Hitzenberger (PJ91), faculty member, is in the group exhibition at the Huantie Times International Gallery in Beijing, China, October 11–18.
Palmer Davis, faculty member, is featured in issue 18 of the online photography journal Unless You Will.
Pradeep Dalal (MFA05), faculty member, is in the group exhibition Exchanging Glances at Chatterjee & Lal, Mumbai, India, October 14–November 20.
Matthew Carson, staff member, organized the Artists' Records in the Archives symposium for the Archivists Roundtable of Metropolitan New York at the New York Public Library and the Fashion Institute of Technology, October 11–12.
Andreas Rentsch (GS90), faculty member, is in the group exhibition The Unseen Eye: Photographs form the W.M. Hunt Collection at the George Eastman House, Rochester, New York, October 1–February 19, 2012.
Karen Ostrom, staff member, presented a series of projected animations at the Bring to Light: Nuit Blanche New York 2011 festival on October 1.

September 2011

Joni Sternbach, faculty member, is in the group exhibition American Landscape: Contemporary Photographs of the West at the Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska, September 17, 2011–January 8, 2012.
Pradeep Dalal (MFA05), faculty member, is in the group exhibition Picturing Parallax: Photography and Video from the South Asian Diaspora at the Fine Arts Gallery at San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California, September 15–October 15.
Saul Robbins, faculty member, is on the panel "Pecha Kucha: Artists' Zines" with alumni Pierre Le Hors (MFA10), Curtis Hamilton (MFA11), and Garret Miller (MFA11) at the NY Art Book Fair, September 30.
Carlos Motta, faculty member, has an exhibition Petite Mort: Recollections of a Queer Public at Forever & a Day, Inc., September 17–25.
Keisha Scarville, faculty member, is in the exhibition Forever Forged. Forever Becoming with alum Mariamm Kambon (GS10) at the Bargehouse, London, United Kingdom, September 9–25. The exhibition was co-organized by alum Holly Bynoe and ARC Magazine, of which she is Editor in Chief, as part of the African & African Caribbean Design Diaspora Festival.
Yola Monakhov and Sylvia Plachy, faculty members, with alumni Martine Fougeron (GS06) and Joao Piña (PJ05) are in the group exhibition Beyond Words: Photography at The New Yorker at the Howard Greenberg Gallery, September 14–October 22.
Elinor Carucci, faculty member, has an exhibition Born at the Sasha Wolf Gallery, September 15–November 5.
Moyra Davey and Deana Lawson, faculty members, are in New Photography 2011 at the Museum of Modern Art, September 28, 2011–January 16, 2012.
Joshua Lutz, faculty member (MFA10) and Matthew Monteith, faculty member (GS95) in the group exhibition Face, Head and Shoulders: The Contemporary Photographic Portrait with alumni Flemming Ove Bech (GS09), Fryd Frydendahl (GS09) at Ny Tap in Copenhagen, Denmark, September 15–October 15.
Christopher Phillips, ICP Curator, is presenting a lecture "International Biennial & Triennial Trends" on September 15 at Shalini Ganendra Fine Art in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia.
Joseph Rodriguez (GS88) and Jonathan Torgovnik, faculty members, with alumni Mickey Kerr (GS03), Jeff Mermelstein (GS81), and Harry Zernike (PJ02) are in the ICP exhibition Remembering 9/11, September 9, 2011–January 8, 2012.
Lori Grinker, faculty member, is exhibiting her project Distant Relations at the Nailya Alexander Gallery, September 7–October 15.

August 2011

Martin Weber (GS91), faculty member, has an exhibition Mario. Saved Calls at Ruth Bezacar Galeria de Arte, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 10–September 9.
Harvey Stein, faculty member, with alumni Alinka Echeverria (PJ08), Christian Erroi (GS01), Toni Greaves (PJ08), Phillip Gutman (GS08), Leonora Hamill (GS03), Yo Imae (PJ07), Nefertiti Ingalls (GS07), Daniel Karlsson (GS02), Hollis Rankin-Sax (GS10), Valentina Riccardi (GS10), Larysa Sendich (PJ10), Andrea Stern (PJ90), Felix Swensson (GS10), is included the book Identities Now: Contemporary Portrait Photography from Peter Hay Halpert Fine Art.

July 2011

Chuck Kelton, faculty member, and Go Sugimoto (GS03) have an exhibition Works on Paper at Robert Anderson Gallery, New York, July 5–September 24.

June 2011

Michael Ackerman, Bill Armstrong, Elinor Carucci, Sally Gall, Sylvia Plachy, and Bastienne Schmidt, faculty members, with Andrea Stern (PJ90) are in the exhibition New Yorker Fiction/Real Photography at the Steven Kasher Gallery, New York City, June 9–July 9.
Harvey Stein, faculty member, is in conversation with curator Bill Hunt at the New York Public Library on June 8, which coincides with an exhibition of his work at Alan Klotz Gallery, New York City, July 7–August 12. He is signing his book Coney Island 40 Years at the Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, Massachusetts, on June 11.

May 2011

Alison Bradley (NYU/ICP96) and Ed Grazda, faculty members, with Go Sugimoto (GS03) are in the exhibition Paris-Delhi-Bombay at the Centre Pompidou, Paris, France, May 25–September 19.
Allen Frame, faculty member, led a panel discussion The Male Gazed at St. Ann's Warehouse, Brooklyn, in conjunction with the New York Photo Festival and the Camera Club of New York on May 15.
Frank Franca, faculty member, has an editorial in the May issue of Vogue Italia.
M. Wesley Ham, Phillip Toledano, and Alex Webb, faculty members, participated in the Slideluck Potshow XVI at St. Ann's Warehouse, Brooklyn, on May 14 as part of the New York Photo Festival.
Allen Frame, faculty member, led a panel discussion The Male Gazed at St. Ann's Warehouse, Brooklyn, in conjunction with the New York Photo Festival and the Camera Club of New York on May 15.
Frank Franca, faculty member, has an editorial in the May issue of Vogue Italia.
M. Wesley Ham, Phillip Toledano, and Alex Webb, faculty members, participated in the Slideluck Potshow XVI at St. Ann's Warehouse, Brooklyn, on May 14 as part of the New York Photo Festival.
Karen Marshall, faculty member, is at powerHouse Arena on Sunday, May 22 to talk about her work documenting American culture for the past three decades.
Christine Callahan (MFA09), faculty member, is featured in video on Aperture's Exposures blog.

April 2011

Joni Sternbach, faculty member, is in the group exhibition L'objet Photographique, une invention permanente at the Maison Europeene de la Photographie, Paris, France, April 20–June 19.
Pradeep Dalal (MFA04), faculty member, is in the group exhibition Vision is Elastic. Thought is Elastic, at Murray Guy Gallery, New York City, April 21–June 4.
Nayland Blake, MFA Chair, is speaking on April 18 as part of the Studio Lecture Series at Stanford University, Palo Alto, California.
Matthew Monteith (GS94), faculty member, has a solo exhibition Mirrors in the Study Project Space of Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York City, April 7–May 14.
Bradly Dever Treadaway, staff and faculty member, and Yo Imae (PJ07) are in the group exhibition Photography Now 2011 at the Center of Photography at Woodstock, New York, April 9–May 30.
S. Billie Mandle, faculty member, is in a two-person exhibition with Tara Cronin (MFA10) at the Pictura Gallery, Bloomington, Indiana, April–May.

March 2011

Moyra Davey, faculty member, is featured in the exhibition After the Gold Rush: Contemporary Photographs from the Collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, March 22, 2011–January 2, 2012.
Stephanie de Rouge, faculty member, has recently published images in Le Monde magazine and the series In Your Fridge on www.lalettredelaphotographie.com.
Jean-Christian Bourcart, faculty member, has a solo exhibition Kailash at Galerie Vu, Paris, France, March 24–May 7.
Bernard Yenelouis, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Signs on the Road in the Curatorial Research Lab of the Winkleman Gallery, New York City, March 18–April 16.
Lavonne Hall, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Sensual Italy at the Broome Street Gallery, New York City, March 15–20.
Nayland Blake, MFA Chair, has a solo exhibition Objects and Images at Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco, March 9–April 2.
Jonathan Torgovnik, faculty member, has a solo exhibition Intended Consequences: Rwandan Children Born of Rape at Fotografiska, Stockholm, Sweden, March 8–May 1.
Sophie Barbasch, staff member, and Lynn Saville, faculty member, are in the group exhibition, Love is a River, which also includes Charles Atherton (MFA07), exhibition curator Marla Leigh Caplan (MFA07), Tara Cronin (MFA10), Dillon DeWaters (MFA10), Michael Itkoff (MFA10), Rebecca Leopold (MFA08), Joshua Lutz (MFA05), Alyssa Taylor Wendt (MFA08), at the Estuary Gallery, Beacon, New York, March 12–May 1.
Maya Benton, Adjunct Curator, is giving a lecture, "Picturing Vishniac: Re-examining the Photography of Roman Vishniac," at the Jewish Museum, New York City, on March 10.
Gerry Vezzuso, faculty member, has a solo exhibition, D.F., at the Camera Club of New York, New York City, March 3–April 30.

February 2011

Anja Hitzenberger, faculty member, has an exhibition, Portraits of a City, at the Dhoomimal Art Centre, New Delhi, February 25–March 4.
Nayland Blake, MFA Chair, is being interviewed by Grady T. Turner at the Art Students League of New York, New York City, on February 15.
Matthew Carson, Associate Librarian, has been named to the Archivists Round Table Advocacy Committee, New York City.
Carlos Motta, faculty member, is included in the group exhibition, Found in Translation, which is part of the Deutsche Bank Series at the Guggenheim Museum, New York City, February 11–May 1.

January 2011

Rachel Seed, exhibitions research assistant, participated in the following shows: 3rd Ward Winter Solo Show Top 25, 3rd Ward Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, Winter 2010; the Saint Catherine Street Project photography series on TARC (Transit Authority of River City), buses, Louisville, Kentucky, September 2010–January 2011.
Nayland Blake, MFA Chair, curated the exhibition Unpunished, which includes faculty members Pradeep Dalal (MFA05), Carlos Motta, Alice O'Malley, Bernard Yenelouis, and Quito Ziegler (MFA08), at the Sue Scott Gallery through February 27.
Curator Christopher Phillips will moderate a panel on "Collecting Chinese Photography" at Art Palm Beach in West Palm Beach, Florida, on January 23. Panelists include gallery owner Christophe Mao and collectors Dale Anderson and Becky Mayer.
Curatorial Assistant Pauline Vermare will discuss Gilles Peress' photographs of Bloody Sunday on March 10 at the 2011 SOFEIR Conference, organized by the French Society of Irish Studies.
Andreas Rentsch, faculty member, (GS90) is in the group exhibition New Artists at Galerie BMG through February 14.
Karen Ostrom, staff member, is showing her video The End in Vox Populi's first annual video festival Voxelvision 1.0, beginning January 7.
Kay Kenny, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Ten-year reprise of Women and Books Uncovered at the Milliken Art Gallery, January 6–February 3.
Lynn Saville, faculty member, has a solo exhibition Lynn Saville Photographs Places at the Schneider Gallery in Chicago, January 7–February 26.

Rachel Seed, Staff
Rachel Seed, Staff

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