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Staff & Faculty News 2012

December 2012

Mark Alice Durant and Bernard Yenelouis, faculty members, and Nandita Raman (MFA12) are included in issue 4 of Conveyor Magazine.
Liz Deschenes, faculty member, has an exhibition at Secession, Vienna, Austria, December 7, 2012–February 10, 2013.
Nina Berman, faculty member, is speaking at the symposium Documentary Photography Today at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, December 7.
Kristen Lubben, ICP Curator, and faculty member Joel Meyerowitz have books included in The Guardian's "Best Photography Books of 2012" list.
Liz Deschenes, faculty member, has an exhibition at Secession, Vienna, Austria, December 7, 2012–February 10, 2013.
Christopher Phillips, Curator, is giving the keynote address at the 2012 International Conference on Contemporary Photography on December 1 at the Ilwoo Foundation in Seoul, Korea.

November 2012

Harvey Stein, faculty member, is featured in Rangefinder magazine.
Joel Meyerowitz, faculty member, is profiled in The New York Times for his new book Taking My Time and his exhibition at the Howard Greenberg Gallery, November 2–December 1.
Carlos Motta, faculty member, has a project with Y Gallery included in PINTA: The Modern & Contemproary Latin America Art Show, November 15–18.
Christopher Phillips, Curator, wrote a feature on Sam Falls (MFA10) for the November issue of Art in America. He is also participating in a discussion with Hilla Becher and Thomas Ruff at Paris Photo on November 15.
Saul Robbins, faculty member, is conducting a workshop at the Mai Manó House, Budapest, Hungary, November 14–16.
Pradeep Dalal (MFA05) and Joshua Lutz (MFA05), faculty members, are participants in the Paul Brach Visiting Artist Lecture Series on November 15 at the California Institute of Fine Arts, Valencia, California.
Richard Renaldi, faculty member, has an exhibition Hotel Room Portraits 1999–2012 at Wessel O'Connor Fine Art, Lambertville, New Jersey, November 10–December 23.
Palmer Davis, faculty member, is in the group exhibition In Focus: Recent Acquisitions in Photography at the New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, Connecticut, November 8–December 30.
Dionne Lee, staff member, co-curated the group exhibition Young, Gifted and Black: Transforming Visual Media at the Camera Club of New York, November 8–December 15.
Anja Hitzenberger (GS91), faculty member, is included in the group exhibition Out of Salzburg at whiteBox e.V., Munich, Germany, November 2–25.
Joel Meyerowitz and Alex Webb with alumni Melanie Einzig (NYU/ICP96) and Jeff Mermelstein (GS81) are in the group exhibition Cartier-Bresson: A Question of Colour at Somerset House, London, November 1, 2012–January 27, 2013.
Ed Kashi, faculty member, with Julie Winokur has their project Bring It to the Table showing on MSNBC November 1–6.

October 2012

Deana Lawson, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Made in Woodstock at the Center for Photography at Woodstock, New York, October 27–December 30.
Moyra Davey, faculty member, is a Visiting Artist at the College of Architecture, Art & Planning at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York; she is lecturing at Cornell's Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art on October 25.
David Deitcher, faculty member, is giving a lecture on his book Once More, with Feeling at Cooper Union on October 23.
Anja Hitzenberger (GS91), faculty member, is screening The Paris Film in the Not Festival in Dansehallerne, Copenhagen, Denmark, on October 22. Joanne Dugan, faculty member, is participating in the annual 41 Union Square West Open Studio, October 20–21.
Pradeep Dalal (MFA05), Moyra Davey, David Deitcher, Zoe Leonard, Carlos Motta, and MFA Chair Nayland Blake contributed to Writing as Practice: Peripheral Continuity, an anthology published by alumni Michi Jigarjian (GS09, MFA12) and Libby Pratt (MFA12). A release party for the book takes place at Murray Guy Gallery on October 20.
Brian Wallis, Chief Curator, is giving a talk in conjunction with ICP's traveling exhibition Weegee: Murder Is My Business on October 19 at FotoMuseum, Antwerp, Belgium.
Nayland Blake, MFA Chair, is profiled about his exhibition Free!Love!Tool!Box! at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, California in the San Francisco Chronicle.
Bernard Yenelouis, faculty member, is in the group exhibition The Open Season Invitational at Standard Art Supply & Souvenir, Ithaca, New York, opening October 13.
Anja Hitzenberger, faculty member, is screening her film The Paris Film at Das Kino in Salzburg, Austria on October 13.
Nayland Blake, MFA Chair, has an exhibition Free!Love!Tool!Box! at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, California, October 12, 2012–January 27, 2013.
Kay Kenny, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Through the Lens: The Second Annual Saint Peter's University Photography Exhibition, Jersey City, New Jersey, October 11–16.
Saul Robbins, faculty member, has an installation How Can I Help? An Artful Dialogue in the Chashama storefront exhibition space, October 10–23.
Sylvia Plachy, faculty member, is giving a talk at the Pratt Photo League at the Pratt Institute on October 10.
Carlos Motta, faculty member, was in conversation with Larry Rinder on October 8 at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco.
Lacy Austin, Director of Community Programs, is a participant on the panel "Widening the Impact of Youth Activism through Photography" as part of the Imagining America National Conference at New York University on October 6.
Abraham McNally, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Speakers at the 111 Front Street Galleries, October 4–November 3.
Stephen Ferry, faculty member, is presenting work from his book Violentology: A Manual on Colombian Conflict at the Bronx Documentary Center on October 4.
Christopher Phillips, Curator, is giving a talk "Recent Directions on Korean Photography" at the Korea Society on October 4.
Phillip S. Block, Director of Education, was on the selection jury for the Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards shortlist.

September 2012

Nancy Davenport and Craig Kalpakjian, faculty members, and Matthew Porter (MFA06) are in the group exhibition After Photoshop: Manipulated Photography in the Digital Age at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, September 25, 2012–May 27, 2013.
Abraham McNally, faculty member, is in the group exhibition 8 Artists Making Sculpture: THe 5th Annual Registry Exhibition at the BRIC Rotunda Gallery, September 13–October 27.
Saul Robbins is speaking with former ICP curator Vanessa Rocco on "The New Woman in Film" at the Camera Club of New York, September 29.
Bernard Yenelouis, faculty member, contributed to the "One Picture/One Paragraph" column for faculty member Mark Alice Durant's Saint-Lucy website.
Allen Frame, faculty member, produced the film Four, which won the award for Best Narrative Feature at the Urbanworld Film Festival.
Phillip S. Block, Director of Education, was interviewed by FK Magazine.
Tema Stauffer, faculty member, is the recipient of a Women in Photography-LTI/Lightside Individual Project Grant from the Humble Arts Foundation.
Jean-Christian Bourcart, faculty member, is in an exhibition with Nan Goldin at Galerie Le Manège, Dakar, Senegal, September 27–November 3.
Liz Sales (MFA10), staff member, has a new publication This Folder May Contain Clippings and Other Ephemeral Material from Conveyor Arts.
Roe Ethridge, faculty member, has an exhibition at the Museum Leuven, Leuven, Belgium, September 27, 2012–January 20, 2013.
Corinne May Botz has an exhibition Haunted Houses at the Alice Austen House, September 22–December 30.
Mark Alice Durant, faculty member, interviewed Carlos Motta, faculty member, for the website Saint-Lucy.
Thomas Holton, faculty member, is giving a lecture about his series The Lams of Ludlow Street at the New York Public Library's mid-Manhattan location on September 19.
Brenda Ann Kenneally (NYU/ICP97), faculty member, is in conversation with Pete Pin (PJ11) about his project The Cambodian Diaspora on September 18 at The Half-King.
Bill Jacobson, faculty member, has an exhibition Place (Series) at the Robert Klein Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts, September 15–October 27.
Mary Ellen Mark, faculty member, has an exhibition Indian Circus at Jenkins Johnson Gallery, San Francisco, California, September 13–October 27.
Allen Frame, faculty member, was interviewed by L.D. Beghtol for The Oxford American.
Richard Renaldi, faculty member, has his work profiled in The Advocate.
Moyra Davey, faculty member, is included in the 30th Sao Paulo Biennial, Brazil, September 7–December 9.
Vincent Cianni, faculty member, is in the exhibition Collateral Damage at the Stephen Daiter Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, September 7–December 1.
Amy Stein, faculty member, and Stacy Mehrfar (GS02) published Tall Poppy Syndrome, with DECODE Books.
Mark Robbins, Executive Director, has an exhibition at Colgate University's Clifford Art Gallery, Hamilton, New York, September 5–October 14.
Saul Robbins, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Odd Works at the New Orleans Photo Alliance, September 1–october 7.

August 2012

Isabel Figueroa (GS11), staff member, has an exhibition I'm Not From Here at St. John's University's Mezzanine Gallery, August 23–October 12.
Dan Burkholder, faculty member, was on The Brian Lehrer Show to discuss cellphone photography.
Tema Stauffer, faculty member, is featured on the Russian online magazine Royal Cheese.

July 2012

Bernard Yenelouis, faculty member, reviewed Lisa Oppenheim's exhibition Equivalents for Pastelgram.
Allen Frame, faculty member, interviewed Fryd Frydendahl (GS09) for Camera Club of New York.
Morten Andersen (PJ91) and faculty member Victor Sira (GS91) have books on view at the Third Annual Zine and Self-Published Photo Book Fair at the Camera Club of New York, July 28–29.
Joshua Lutz (MFA05), faculty member, spoke on American Public Media's The Story about his book Hesitating Beauty.
Dina Kantor, faculty member, was profiled in "How to Make a Ghost Town" on NPR.
Hank Willis Thomas, faculty member, has an exhibition Strange Fruit, and Nina Kathadourian, faculty member, has a project installation Monument to the Unelected at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield, Connecticut, as part of its united states semester of exhibitions and artist projects. Both go on view July 15.
Deana Lawson and Hank Willis Thomas, faculty members, are in the exhibition tête-à-tête at Yancey Richardson Gallery, July 12–August 24.
John Cyr, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Installed at the Catherine Edelman Gallery in Chicago, Illinois, July 13–September 1. His Developer Tray project was featured on The New York Times LENS blog and in a video podcast by Daylight.
Jonathan Torgovnik, faculty member, won the Discovery Prize for his series Intended Consequences at the Rencontre d'Arles festival.
Michael Kamber, faculty member, was profiled "Witnesses to War" on The New York Times LENS blog.

June 2012

Kristen Lubben, ICP Associate Curator, is the editor of Magnum Contact Sheets, which won the 2012 Independent Publisher Book Award gold medal for photography.
Liz Sales (MFA10), faculty member and library assistant, is teaching a workshop "How to Make a Camera Out of Anything" at Photoville on June 30 and July 1.
Amy Stein, faculty member, and Anna Beeke (PJ09) are in the group exhibition Into the Woods at Clampart, June 28–August 17.
Marvin Heiferman, faculty member, has a new book Photography Changes Everything published by Aperture.
Saul Robbins, faculty member, is presenting his book White Light Meditations: A Book of Color Photographs at the Masquelibros Artist Book Fair in Madrid, Spain, June 22–24.
Ed Kashi, faculty member, is giving a lecture and presentation on his film Photojournalisms at Photoville on June 29.
Elinor Carucci and Ed Kashi, faculty members, are participating in a talk about the book Photographs Not Taken (Daylight, 2012), co-moderated by Michael Itkoff (MFA10), at Photoville on June 29.
Maya Benton, ICP Adjunct Curator, is moderating a discussion with artists Adi Nes and Shimon Attie at Jack Shainman Gallery on June 12.
Laura Larson, faculty member, collaborated with poet Brien Tears on two books, Automatic Writing and Group #1.
Karen Marshall, is in the group exhibition Connecting the Dots, opening June 9 at Thompson Rivers University Gallery, Kamloops, Canada.
Joseph Rodriguez (GS81), faculty member, has an exhibition Portraits from Another America at Taller Boricua, June 8–July 14.
Sylvia Plachy, faculty member, has an exhibition Remembering at the Bronx Museum of the Arts, June 7–September 2.
Paolo Pellizzari, faculty member, has an exhibition at Anastasia Photo, June 6–August 31.
Justine Kurland
, Deana Lawson, and Andrea Modica, faculty members, are in the exhibition The Kids Are All Right: An Exhibition About Family and Photography at the Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, North Carolina, June 1–August 18.

May 2012

Wendy Richmond, faculty member, has an exhibition Navigating the Personal Bubble at the Rhode Island School of Design Museum, Providence, Rhode Island, May 25–November 4.
Frank Schramm, faculty member, has an exhibition Le Concorde: Paris-New York at Galerie Esther Woerdehoff, Paris, May 25–July 14.
Christopher Phillips, ICP Curator, is moderating the panel "America Through a Chinese Lens: Artists Talk," which includes Julie Quon (GS11), at the Museum of the Chinese in America, May 24.
Lori Grinker and Eugene Richards, faculty members, are in the group exhibition On the Razor's Edge: Between Documentary and Fine Art Photography at the New York Photo Festival, May 16–20.
Ed Kashi, faculty member, as part of the award-winning documentary company Talking Eyes Media, has launched a Kickstarter campaign for TEM's newest project Bring it to the Table.
Joseph Rodriguez (GS81), faculty member, was profiled on The New York Times LENS blog in "Life on Both Sides of the Border."
Joni Sternbach, faculty member, has an exhibition Surfland, Revisited 2006–2011 at Rick Wester Fine Art, May 17–June 23.
Carlos Motta, faculty member, organized the symposium "We Who Feel Differently," which takes place May 4 & 5 in conjunction with his exhibition Museum as Hub: Carlos Motta: We Who Feel Differently at the New Museum, May 16–September 9.
Palmer Davis, faculty member, has a portfolio of work American Stories in Visionarios Magazine.

April 2012

Carol Squiers, ICP Curator, is one of the judges for the New Exposure Fashion Photography Contest Presented by Bottega Veneta and Red Camera for Vogue.
Cecilia Dougherty, faculty member, had a screening of her short films at Anthology Film Archives April 20 and 21.
Nayland Blake, MFA Chair, was awarded a 2012 Guggenheim Fellowship for Creative Arts, and Bill Jacobson, faculty member, for Photography.
Bernard Yenelouis, faculty member, has an exhibition How to Live in the City in Milstein Hall Gallery at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, April 9–14.
Inbal Abergil, faculty member, has been nominated for the 2012 Prix Pictet for her series Nothing Left Here But The Hurt.
Anja Hitzenberger (GS91), faculty member, has an exhibition Take Out: Chinese Fast Food Photographs at the Underline Gallery, April 5–May 13.

March 2012

Nayland Blake, MFA Chair, has an installation in the Studio Museum in Harlem exhibition Shift: Projects/Perspectives/Directions, March 29–May 27.
Deana Lawson, faculty member, is in the group exhibition tête-à-tête at the Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, March 29–May 5.
Marvin Heiferman, faculty member, is moderating the Art in America panel "Photography in Flux: Reinventing the Medium", which includes faculty member Roe Ethridge and ICP Adjunct Curator Vince Aletti.
Liz Sales (MFA10), faculty and staff member, has an exhibition Home, Itself, Strange at Galerie Fotoland in the Daniel J. Evans Library, Olympia, Washington, March 15–April 30.
Gillian Laub (GS98), faculty member, photographed The New York Times Magazine's March 11 cover story "What Happened to the Girls in Le Roy."
Susie Hartman, faculty member, as part of her powerHouse Sunday series, is presenting a talk and book signing with faculty member Ed Kashi at powerHouse Arena on March 11.
Katherine Wolkoff, faculty member, has a solo exhibition Found at Sasha Wolf Gallery, March 8–April 28.
Bernard Yenelouis, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Midnight Party in the Olive Tjaden Gallery at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, March 5–9.
Tim Colose, James Mignogna, and Jodi Shapiro, staff members, are in the group exhibition Lo-Fi at The Gallery 13, Asbury Park, New Jersey.
Moyra Davey, faculty member, is included in the Whitney Biennial 2012, March 1–May 27.
Liz Deschenes, faculty member, was interviewed for the March issue of Art in America; Christopher Phillips, ICP Curator, and Marvin Heiferman, faculty member have written for the same issue.

February 2012

Moyra Davey, faculty member, is a 2011 recipient of a Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation grant.
Nadja Masri, faculty member, edited New York Edited, a book featuring the work of the Documentary Photography and Photojournalism class of 2011: Guilia Bianchi, Mike Fernandez, Kirsty Griffin, Romina Hendlin, Mads Holm, Orly Kaufman, Monica Kapoor, Marily Konstantinopoulou, Pepe Rubio Larrauri, Evi Lemberger, Asmita Parelkar, and Benjamin Petit.
Laura Larson, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Spies in the House of Art: Photography, Film and Video at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, February 7–August 26.
Susan Wides, faculty member, is in the group exhibition New York in Color at the Howard Greenberg Gallery, February 3–March 17.
Amy Arbus, faculty member, joins John Spellos, who directed On the Street about Arbus, at the New York Public Library for a screening of the film and a q&a on February 1.

January 2012

Thomas Holton, faculty member, has his on-going project The Lams of Ludlow Street featured on The New York Times Lens Blog.
Rhona Bitner, faculty member, has an exhibition Static Noise: The Photographs of Rhona Bitner at the University Art Museum of California State University Long Beach, California, January 27–April 15.
Saul Robbins, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Under Cover at the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, January 17–March 11.
Moyra Davey, faculty member, published an essay "Polyvalence" in the January 2012 issue of Art in America.
Karen Miranda, faculty member, is a 2012 artist-in-residence at Light Work, Syracuse, New York.
Charles Ludeke, staff member, has an exhibition at the Colorado Photographic Arts Center, Denver, Colorado, January 10–February 11.
Sylvia Plachy, faculty member, is in the group exhibition reopening at the South Street Seaport Museum, January 26.
Kay Kenny, faculty member, is in the group exhibition The Abstract Universe: Microcosm/Macrocosm at the Therese A. Maloney Art Gallery in the College of Saint Elizabeth, Morristown, New Jersey, January 23–April 15.
Carlos Motta, faculty member, received a 2012 grand in Visual Arts from Creative Capital.
Ron Haviv, faculty member, has photographs he took in Haiti featured in The Global Post and CNN, and was interviewed about his work there by Swedish channel TV4.
Bayeté Ross Smith, faculty member, collaborated on the video installation Question Bridge: Black Males at the Brooklyn Museum with Hank Willis Thomas, Chris Johnson, and Kamal Sinclair, January 13–June 3.
Karina Skvirsky, faculty member, has an exhibition Southern Exposure at DPM Gallery, Guayaquil, Ecuador, January 12–February 10.
Joni Sternbach, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Surface: Contemporary Wet Plate Collodion Portraiture at the Photo Center NW, Seattle, Washington, January 5–15; her exhibition Surfland is at the Southeast Museum of Photography, Daytona Beach, Florida, January 27–April 22.
Marina Berio, General Studies Program Chair, is included in the special Winter 2012 issue of Foam Magazine; she is also in the group exhibition Celestial, curated by faculty member Alice Durant, at the Camera Club of New York, January 20–March 3.
Elinor Carucci, faculty member, has an exhibition Kin and Self at the Fotografins Hus, Stockholm, Sweden, January 19–March 3.
Harvey Stein, faculty member, received an honorable mention for the CENTER's Excellence in Teaching Award, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Irina Rozovsky, faculty member, is the 2011 fourth quarter winner of the Quarterly Joy of Giving Something Photography Contest.

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