Gabriele Stabile (PJ07) photographed a feature about underground rappers in Alabama for issue #51 of Fader.
Pax Paloscia (GS07) has a monograph published by Drago Books called Let the Kids Play.
Arantxa Cedillo (PJ05) has photography included in American Photo's Images of the Year 2007 Portrait category.
Jessica Dimmock (PJ05) will be at the Aperture Gallery on Tuesday, December 4 for an Artist's Talk.
Lamia Abillama (GS06) had a portfolio of work, "All in the families," published in Fortune Magazine.
Johan Spanner (PJ02) has photos for "Inside the Surge" in the November 26 issue of The New Yorker.
Billy Delfs (GS04) is part of a two-person exhibition Convergence, opening November 23 at 6706 Detroit in Cleveland.
Rita Leistner (GS01) has an exhibition Portraitscapes of War at the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto through November 4.
Alice Dison (PJ07) was selected by Wooloo to participate in the exhibition Urban Space, which was presented at FotoRio '07 in Rio de Janeiro, New Life Shop gallery in Berlin, FOTOPUB in Slovenia, and FOTO ARTE Brasilia.
Paula Odevall (GS07) has photography and text featured in the November issue of Foto.
Yael Ben-Zion (GS07) has an exhibition at Mount Sinai Medical Center during November, National Family Caregiver Month, of photographs of family caregivers and their loved ones.
Shigeru Hirai (PJ05) is the first place winner of Fujifilm Photo Salon's The New Face Prize. His photos, which document HIV/AIDS in Cambodia, are exhibited in Fujifilm Photo Salon's Tokyo locaton through November 1 and then in Osaka November 23–29.
Alexandra Catiere (GS05) and Lyric Cabral (ICP at The Point '04, Jocelyne Benzakin Fellowship '05–'07) have been included in American Photo's "Emerging Artists 2007" in the November/December issue.
Jessica Dimmock (PJ05) is signing her new book The Ninth Floor, which was edited Photojournalism Program Chair Alison Morley, at the ICP Museum on November 2.
Monica Ruzansky (GS06) is part of the group exhibition, Geneviève Maquinay: Object and Lenses, Reclaimed Focus, opening November 15 at Haim Chanin Fine Arts Gallery.
Monica Ruzansky (GS06) is featured in Photoquai, the first photography biennial at the Quai Branly Museum in Paris. It runs from October 30 to November 25.
Paul Treacy (PJ00) has a new website up, www.photohumorist.com.
Tatiana Parcero (NYU/ICP95) received an award from the Museum of Latin American Art in California.
David Trilling (GS02) has an exhibition called Baharistan Journal: Photos from Afghanistan 2003–2007 opening in the ground floor atrium of SIPA (Columbia University) on October 11.
Shana Wittenwyler (PJ05) has work featured in the group exhibition In Praise of Physical Labor at the Woman Made Gallery in Chicago through November 8. The opening reception is on October 12.
Daniel Canogar (NYU/ICP90) is part of the group exhibition Salzillo 21 at Sala de Verónicas in Spain through November 18; also in Spain, his work can be seen in Existencias at the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla y León through January 6, 2008. He is also featured in Outside the Box at Cornerhouse in Manchester, England through November 11.
Gabriele Stabile (PJ07) photographed two features in the October/November issue of Fader magazine. He has had over 40 assignments to date for The New York Times.
Martine Fougeron (GS06) was chosen as an emerging artist by art + commerce and will have her work published in Capricious magazine #7. She also placed 1st in the Portraiture Non-Pro category of the Px3 Photography Competition for her Tête-à-Tête Series of Intimate Portraits of Adolescent Sons.
Myriam Abdelaziz (PJ06) and Martine Fougeron (GS06) both had images selected as winners in American Photography 23, which will be published in November 2007.
Daphne Chan (GS07) has an exhibition Her Interior at the Artists Studio Tour in Jersey City, October 6-7.
Peer Kugler (PJ01) has an exhibition at the neunplus gallery in Berlin, October 11-28.
Daniel Canogar (NYU/ICP90) had his work featured in the 2007 Notte Bianca event in Rome.
Clemence de Limburg (PJ07) has work featured in Photo Gallery Asbl's Open Screen event on September 29 in Brussels.
Lauren Hermele (PJ06) has photographs in the cover story of the September 21 edition of The Texas Observer.
Sabrina Asch (GS07), Sofie Holten (GS07), Joanna Rose White (GS07) are performing as the Radical Performance Group in the exhibition Inside Outside on September 28 at Waldo Lofts in Jersey City.
Matthew Monteith (GS95) will be discussing his project Czech Eden at SVA as part of The Camera Club of New York Lecture Series on September 20.
Willy Somma (MFA05) is in the Summer 2007 Edition of the Hey, Hot Shot! exhibition at Jen Bekman Gallery through September 17.
Go Sugimoto (GS03) has an exhibition Daydream In My Garden at M.Y. Art Prospects through October 13.
Martine Fougeron (GS06) won 2nd place in the Up & Now exhibition curated by Charlotte Cotton at the Photographic Center Northwest Gallery in Seattle. Her work was also in the group exhibition Degrees of Separation at the Peer Gallery.
Christoph Bangert (PJ03) will have a book Iraq: The Space Between published by powerHouse.
Martine Fougeron (GS06) was in the juried exhibition Among Us and Curious at the Newspace Center for Photography in Portland. As a Foto Folio Winner at Les Rencontres d'Arles, her work was exhibited in the Cloître Saint-Trophime and will be shown at the Farmani Gallery in Los Angeles as part of the group exhibition The Best of Arles Foto Folio.
Dayanita Singh (GS88) and Antoine D'Agata (PJ91) are in exhibitions at Les Rencontres d'Arles, the annual photography festival in France, which runs to September 16.
Antoine D'Agata (PJ91) is featured in the steidlMagnum publication The Image to Come: How Cinema Inspires Photographers.
David Trilling (PJ/GS02) is writing for the World Politics Review and posting about his summer travels on the WPR and SIPA blogs.
Johan Spanner (PJ02) shot photos for The New York Times story "Ruling Party in Turkey Wins Broad Victory" (7/22/07), which can be viewed in the online slideshow.
Alex Morel (GS95) is participating in El Museo del Barrio's fifth Bienal, July 25–January 6, 2008.
Mauro Restiffe (GS95) curated the group exhibition In Exchange, opening at Casa Triângulo in São Paulo on July 17. Tim Lehmacher (GS96) and ICP faculty member, Allen Frame, are featured in the show.
Birgitta Lund (GS89) is featured in the group exhibition Road Trip at the Mixed Greens Gallery in Chelsea from July 10–August 10.
Clemence de Limburg (PJ07) has been accepted for a residency with Rencontres Photographiques de Niort, France. Her work will be on view July 1–September 18.
Lina Haskel (GS05) had a solo exhibition CBGB's, which ran through June 7 at Gallery B2 in Stockholm, Sweden.
Alessandra Sanguinetti (GS92) was voted in as a member of the Magnum agency.
Lisa Ehrenkranz (NYU/ICP85) has a solo exhibition Walk in the Wild Side at Pennington Flowers in Southampton through September 15.
Erin Feinberg (NYU/ICP04) published her first book King for a Day, featuring Elvis impersonators.
Lamia Abillama (GS06) photographed Tina Brown for the current issue of New York magazine.
Matthew Porter (MFA06) is featured in the sixth issue of Capricious. Caroline Niémant (GS00) is the guest editor.
Abigail Simon (MFA06) had a screening at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, participated as a video artist in the Fremont Street Experience First Night celebration in Las Vegas, and had selections from her Little Liberia series published in The New York Times Magazine. She also had a teaching artist residency with the Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation.
Hannah Whitaker (MFA06) is in the group exhibition Talking With My Friends at the Y Gallery through July 15.
Joanne Kim (MFA06) had her thesis exhibition, Bravo Your Life, at the Marquee Ballroom Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Heike Marie Krause (MFA06) was represented in Die Kinder Schwimmen Die Kinder Braten at Kulturelle Filmförderung Schleswig Holstein, Germany. She also had a solo exhibition The Sacrifice at Bunker D in Kiel, Germany. Her series Selves will be featured in the exhibition Silence: Dirk Reinartz and His Disciples.
Kelly Shimoda (PJ05) is featured in the Spring 2007 Edition of the Hey, Hot Shot! exhibition opening June 13 at Jen Bekman Gallery.
Ditte Ostergaard (PJ05) is in the group exhibition Voyages: Personal Journeys Through Mexico and India, opening June 15 at the Gruss Center of Visual Arts.
Martine Fougeron (GS06) won the PX3-Prix de la Photography first prize in Portraiture and will be in a group show in Paris at Galerie13.
Daniel Canogar (NYU/ICP90) has an exhibition at Galleria Maior in Majorca, Spain through June 30.
Gillian Laub (GS98) has a solo exhibition An American Life at Bonni Benrubi Gallery through July 7.
Myriam Abdelaziz (PJ06), as a finalist at PhotoEspaña 2007, will have her portfolio "Behind the Velvet Rope" exhibited as part of the Official Section of the Festival at the Museo Municipal de Arte Contemporáneo through July 22.
Veras Images, a collective of ICP alumni, will have a group show at Canon Open Gallery in Tokyo, June 8–28.
Andrea Camuto (PJ04) and Claudia Christen (PJ04) are featured in PDN's Photography Annual 2007. Camuto won in the Personal Work category for her series Afghan Refugees in Transition; Christen won in the Personal Work category for her series Relics.
Hanna Whitaker (IMFA06) had a solo exhibition, Our Eyes Would Burn, at the Y Gallery in Queens.
Tatiana Kronberg (MFA06) was in a group exhibition at the 3rd Ward's Gallery in Brooklyn.
Johan Spanner (PJ02) had a feature story on Istanbul in The New York Times.
João Pina (PJ05) has an exhibition in the Portuguese Center of Photography in Oporto. He has also published his first book, Por teu livre pensamento.
Jessica Dimmock (PJ05) is a winner in the Magazine/Editorial category of PDN's Photography Annual 2007 for "The Ninth Floor" in Aperture. Christopher Morris (GS81) in the Photo Books category for My America. Brenda Ann Kenneally (ICP/NYU97) in the Photojournalism/News/Documentary category for "Children of Katrina" in The New York Times Magazine. Charlotte Oestervang (PJ05) in the Personal Work category for "Portraits from Freetown Christiania." Student Work: Deidre Schoo for "Rose Wood"; Kim Badawi for "Syria Today" and "Muslim Punks"; Lauren Silberman for "Black Label Bike Club: I Do What I Want"; Teresa Christiansen for "Red Hook, Brooklyn: A Neighborhood in Transition"; and Min-Wei Ting for "Living on a Dump on the Thai-Burma Border."
Christian Erroi (GS01) has an exhibition at Galleria Cons Arc in Chiasso, Switzerland, through May 20.
Joseph Rodriguez (GS85) was named one of ten "Heroes of Photography" in the May/June issue of American Photo.
Christoph Bangert (PJ03) was one of ten photojournalists worldwide chosen for this year's World Press Photo Joop Swart Masterclass.
Stuart O'Sullivan (GS95) has an exhibition Shared History at Daniel Cooney Fine Art through July 13.
Pradeep Dalal (MFA04) is part of the Camera Club of New York group show called "Oedifice Complex" with ICP staff member Bernie Yenelouis, at the Alfred Lowenherz Gallery on 853 Broadway through May 31.
Kelly Shimoda (PJ05) photographed the article "The Last Lace-Up" in The New York Times 4/22/07.
Felix R. Cid (GS06) has the inaugural solo exhibition at Point of View gallery, which was opened by Amelie Sourget (GS06), through April 15.
Oz Lubling (GS02) and faculty members, Allen Frame and Keisha Scarville, are in the exhibition Regarding Intimacy at Hunter College through May 12.
Rita Leistner (GS01) has the cover photo on the current Brooklyn Rail.
Charlotte Oestervang (PJ05) has an exhibition Enduring Fear with Bobby Neel Adams at the United Nations.
Abigail Simon (MFA06) was included in the group exhibition The Optical Edge at the Pratt Institute's Schafler Gallery.
Dayanita Singh (GS88) has a new book Go Away Closer published by Steidl.
Christopher Morris (GS81) has an exhibition of his series "My America" at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art through May 19.
Naomi Harris (PJ98) has a portfolio of images in the book The New Erotic Photography, published by Taschen. She was also selected for the 7th Biennial Feminist Art Project at A.I.R. Gallery.
Yto Barrada (PJ94) is a participant in the 52nd Venice Biennale, which begins June 10. Her work is featured in the exhibition Think with the Senses—Feel with the Mind. Art in the Present Tense.
Leonora Hamill (GS03) has an exhibition called Their Favourite Novels at the Theatre Chipping Norton in Oxford, England through March 23.
Myriam Abdelaziz (PJ06) is a finalist for PhotoEspaña's 2007 Descubrimientos Award.
Matthew Monteith (GS95) and Gillian Laub (GS98) will each have a monograph published by Aperture this spring.
Andrea Stern (PJ90) has a book coming out with Monacelli Press this spring.
Oz Lubling (GS02), Stacy Mehrfar (GS02), and Bernie Yenelouis, staff member, are recipients of a residency sponsored by The Camera Club of New York with an exhibition at the club's Alfred Lowenherz Gallery through March 10.
Janea Wiedmann (PJ04) is photographing throughout the Asian Pacific region thanks to a fellowship provided by Johnson & Johnson to an ICP graduate.
Bess Greenberg (MFA08) has an exhibition at the Cooperative Gallery 231 in Binghamton, NY.
Jules Spinatsch (PJ94) is in the exhibition Eyewitness: Images from War, Globalization, & Blogs at the Seedamm Kulturzentrum in Switzerland, February 25–April 22.
Ben Gancsos (GS06) has photographs on view at the Connecticut Ballet Center in Stamford, February 11–March 31.
Stephanie Cardon (GS01) received a French Ministry of Culture fellowship for a project on New England.
Christian Erroi (GS01) is a featured artist in a recent issue of La Republica's magazine D.
Amélie Sourget (GS06) opened a gallery called Point of View on 17th Street and 11th Avenue.
Johan Spanner (PJ02) has a photo on the cover of The New York Times Week in Review (1/28/07).
Martine Fougeron (GS06) is the first place winner of the Berenice Abbott Prize for an Emerging Photographer for her Tête-à-Tête I series, which she began while at ICP. As a result of this, she will have her first solo exhibition at the Julia Dean Gallery in Los Angeles, opening February 23. Her photography was also in the The New York Times Magazine's "The First Dance" feature (1/28/07).