Gaston Solnicki (GS03) is showing the trailer for his film Ital Park as part of the performance Stravinsky Boxing Club at the Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 29–31.
Paige Stoyer (GS08) is participating in the Global Press Institute panel "Through Our Eyes: Photojournalism Training for Women Journalists in the Developing World" on May 29 at the Newspace Center for Photography, Portland, Oregon.
Allison Davis O'Keefe (PJ10) Emile Hyperion Dubuission (GS07) and Mauro Restiffe (GS95) with faculty member Allen Frame are in these group exhibitions in Rome, Italy: The Artists Who Came in from the Cold: From Siberia to the Stanford Hotel at Centro Luigi Di Sarro, May 18–June 7 and Dialogues: Emile Hyperion Dubuisson, Allen Frame & Mauro Restiffe at Acta International & LuminUp, May 23–June 28.
Antonia Wright (GS08) has an exhibition Be at the Luis de Jesus Gallery, Los Angeles, California, May 18–June 26.
Viviana Peretti (PJ10) has her project Babel, the Urge to Pray featured on Le Journal de la Photographie; she also received honorable mention in Outstanding Personal Photography Project from Fotovisura Grants for this project.
Pablo Frisk (GS10) photographed the Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute 2013 Gala and after-party for Vogue magazine.
Martine Fougeron (GS06) is profiled in The New York Times' article "Sugary Yet Real."
Frances Denny (GS10) photographed the article "City Focus: New York" for the May issue of Art Review.
Egan Frantz (GS07) has an exhibition Multiples at Jack Tilton Gallery, May 10–June 22.
Brian Paumier (MFA12) and Joaquin Trujillo have an exhibition Yo Como Te Recuerdo (How I Remember You) at the Christopher Henry Gallery, May 9–June 23.
Gianni Cipriano (PJ08) photographed "This Business is a Lemon, and a Family Wants to Keep It That Way" for The New York Times; he also has an exhibition Perfect at the ImageSingulières Festival, Sète, France, May 8–26.
Felix R. Cid (GS05) has work showing by Garis & Hahn Gallery at the Cutlog NY Art Fair on May 9; he is also in the group exhibition Wide Open 4 at the Brooklyn Waterfront Artist Coalition, May 11–June 16.
Gillian Laub (GS98) photographed the article "Is This the Best Education Money Can Buy?" for The New York Times.
Yael Ben-Zion (GS07) is giving a talk on May 4 in conjunction with the exhibition Dimensions Variable: Multiracial Identity at the Rush Arts Gallery.
Flemming Ove Bech (GS09) has a new book Olympiasieger from Lodret Vandret.
Jan Rattia (GS12) has an exhibition Tease at the Bridgette Mayer Gallery, Philadelphia, May 1–June 1.
Brina Thurston (MFA07) is participating in the performance piece Corps Exquis at the Johnson Museum of Art, Ithaca, New York, on April 28.
Curtis Hamilton (MFA10) has a portfolio Moon Over a Trash Heap featured in Phases magazine.
Jorge Alberto Perez (MFA12) is the current writer-in-residence for The Camera Club of New York through June.
Annie Ling (PJ10) has an exhibition Human Trafficking in Romania and Moldova at the All Things Project Space, April 25–May 18.
Gianni Cipriano (PJ08) photographed "The Latest Threat to Pompeii's Treasure" and "Opposition Leader Rallies Italians in Protest After President is Re-elected" for The New York Times.
Joseph Rodriguez (GS85) is being represented by Hardhitta Gallery at Paris Photo Los Angeles 2013, California, April 26–28; he is also in conversation at the Photographic Resource Center, Boston, Massachusetts on April 4.
Balazs Turay (GS09) is profiled in Human Magazine.
Felisia Tandiono (GS09) is participating in the ISCP Open Studios, April 26–28.
Martine Fougeron (GS06) is in the group exhibition It's About You and Me presented by ABC No Rio at Bullet Space, April 19–May 9.
Deidre Schoo (PJ07) is premiering her film Flex is Kings at the Tribeca Film Festival; she is interviewed about the film on NYFA's website.
Flemming Ove Bech (GS09) published P.Y.T Pretty Young Thing, which includes work by Athena Torri (GS10) and Hannah Whitaker (MFA06), through his imprint Lodret Vandret.
Tiana Markova-Gold (PJ07) has an exhibition Scènes et Types at the Camera Club of New York, April 16–May 6; she is also participating in a conversation in conjunction with the exhibition on April 24.
Hiroshi Sumiyama (GS08) has an exhibition Vestige at Art Space-MEISEI, Kyoto, Japan, April 16–25.
Carey Denniston (GS06), Dillon DeWaters (MFA10), and Curtis Hamilton (MFA11) are in the group exhibition useful pictures at Michael Matthews, April 13–26.
Dillon DeWaters (MFA10) is profiled in Photograph magazine.
Beth Chucker (MFA09) and Alinka Echeverria (PJ08) are in the group exhibition Photography Now 2013 at the Center for Photography at Woodstock, New York, April 13–July 16.
Joshua Lutz (MFA05) has an exhibition Hesitating Beauty at ClampArt April 11–May 18.
Pax (Paloscia) Paulele (GS07) is in the group exhibition Memory and Traces at the Edward Cutler Gallery, Milan, Italy, April 11–May 12.
Ruth Prieto Arenas (PJ12) has work included in the Bronx performances of the Working Theater play La Ruta, April 10–14.
Birgitta Lund (GS89) has a new book The Garden published by Space Poetry.
Pradeep Dalal (MFA05) is in the group exhibition Strange Invitation at Franklin Street Works, Stamford, Connecticut, April 6–June 16.
Egan Frantz (GS08) has an exhibition by Brand New Gallery at Mi-Art, Milan, Italy, April 5–7.
Yto Barrada (PJ94) is participating in the conference Séances: The Cinematic Event at Columbia University on April 5.
Yael Ben-Zion (GS07) is in the group exhibition Dimensions Variable: Multiracial Identity at Rush Galleries, April 4–May 10.
Paola Nuñez Solorio (GS10) has an exhibition Serenade for New York at Rabbithole Projects, April 4–26; she also has her work profiled in El Pais.
Arantxa Cedillo (PJ05) has a series of photographs Broken Rules featured on Le Journal de la Photographie.
Hannah Whitaker (MFA06) is included in the book Corrected Slogans from Triple Canopy, which will have its launch at Artists Space on March 29.
Gillian Laub (GS98) is featured on Slate.
Christoph Bangert (PJ03) and Chiho Kitajima (GS03) has a new book Africa Overland 60 000 Kilometer Abenteuer published by National Geographic; Bangert has a portfolio of photographs of Fukushima, Japan on Neue Zürcher Zeitung; he was interviewed by Arte, which also featured his photographs of the Iraq War.
Beth Chucker (MFA09) is featured in Aint-Bad Magazine and on Urbanautica.
Pierre Le Hors (MFA10) is signing his book Byways & Through the Lines at Dashwood Books on March 20.
Alex Nathanson (GS09) is in the group exhibition The Wonder Cabinet at Flux Factory, March 17–31.
Kristoffer Axen (GS09) has an exhibition Once There Was a Shock at Munch Gallery, March 16–April 14.
Annie Ling (PJ10) has a series of photographs published for "Ousted by the City, Tenants Seek a Home" on The New York Times LENS blog.
Andreas Rentsch (GS90) is in the group exhibition Chance at the University Art Gallery, Stony Brook University, New York, March 16–April 6; she is also in the group exhibition The Wanderers in the Lawrence Alloway Gallery, Stony Brook University, March 27–April 5.
Brendon Stuart (PJ08) presented his project The 99% with Sombra Projects at MinimART 4.0, Singapore, on March 23 and 24.
Naomi Harris (PJ98) is featured on the The New York Times LENS blog.
Gabriele Stabile (PJ07) is profiled on ABC News' Picture This for his book Refugee Hotel; he is also a panelist on "Stories of Immigration" at the Virginia Festival of the Book, Charlottesville, Virginia, on March 22.
Paul Nathan (GS08) has his work featured on The Huffington Post.
Viviana Peretti (PJ10) has a series of photographs of New York City's 87th Annual Feast of San Gennaro published in L'Espresso magazine; she also photographed "Where Dirty Hands Act as Therapy" for The New York Times.
Lina Haskel (GS05) photographed the Prime Minister of Sweden for the Financial Times.
Alex Morel (GS95) is in the group exhibition Sublime Porte: Art and Contemporary Turkey at the Dr. M.T. Geoffrey Yeh Art Gallery/Sun Yat Sen Hall at St. John's University, March 14–May 2.
Nadia Benchallal (GS90) is giving a talk "Sisters: A Conversation with Nadia Benchallal" at the NYUAD Institute on March 13.
Guillaume Bonn (PJ95) has his series Silent Lives featured on The New Yorker's Photo Booth blog and in 6 mois magazine.
Athena Torri (GS10) has her work featured in Ahorn Magazine.
Gianni Cipriano (PJ08) photographed the article "At a Neighborhood Church in Rome, Dolan Delivers a Star Turn" for The New York Times.
Mauro Restiffe (GS95) has an exhibition Obras at the Museu de Arte Contemporanea da Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil, March 9–September 8.
Amin Husain (GS10) and Nitasha Dhillon (GS10) as MTL are in the group exhibition The Hollow Center at Smack Mellon, March 9–April 29
Egan Frantz (GS08) is represented by Roberts & Tilton Gallery at the Armory Show, March 7–10.
Flemming Ove Bech (GS09) is in the group exhibition M.A.N. at In The Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark, March 7–April 27.
Joseph Rodriguez (GS85) has his worked featured in Stern.
Davis Thompson Moss (MFA07) is profiled by This Frank Life.
Gianni Cipriano (PJ08) photographed the article "A Jester No More, Italy's Gadfly of Politics Reflects a Movement" for The New York Times.
Jules Spinatsch (PJ94) is in the group exhibition Concrete: Photography and Architecture at the Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland, March 2–May 20; and the group exhibition Hinter Grund at Galerie Luciano Fasciati, Chur, Switzerland, March 9–April 6.
Holly Bynoe (MFA10) is moderating the panel Curtailing Anxieties 1: Boundaries of Defining Art in the Caribbean at the VOLTA NY Art Fair on March 8.
Eli Sudbrack (GS99) as Assume Vivid Astro Focus has a site-specific installation presented by The Suzanne Geiss Company at The Armory Show, March 7–10; he is also profiled in Frieze magazine.
Rafael Gamo (GS09) has his project Wake Me Up Step Inside included in a jury selection to be presented in Les Boutographies: Rencontres Photographiques de Montpellier, France, March 2–17.
Victor Sira (PJ91) is a contributor to ABCED, a multi-volume book project created on the occasion of Ed Ruscha's 75th birthday by the ABC Artists' Books Cooperative.
Dillon DeWaters (MFA10) is in the group exhibition Beyond the Barrier at the Camera Club of New York, March 1–April 6.
Chikara Umihara (GS07) is in the group exhibition Ten at Jen Bekman Gallery, March 1–31.
Joshua Lutz (MFA05) has his book Hesitating Beauty featured on The New Yorker's Photo Booth blog.
Gianni Cipriano (PJ08) photographed the article "Hilltop Town, a Host to Popes for Centuries, Prepares for an Eminent Retiree" for The New York Times.
Sam Falls (MFA10) has his book Problems with Decomposition featured on Purple magazine's website.
Tom White (PJ07) photographed the article "Hermès x Hiroshi Sugimoto: The Carré Couleur Code" for Billionaire magazine.
Pierre Le Hors (MFA10) has a new publication Byways & Through Lines published by Dashwood Books.
Tuomas Korpijaakko (MFA10) is in the group exhibition Inside Voices at Parallel Art Space, February 23–April 7.
Toni Greaves (PJ08) photographed the article "A Family Business with an Open-Minded Hiring Policy" for Entrepreneur magazine.
Cassandra Giraldo (PJ12) won a scholarship to attend the Saint Petersburg Photo Workshop in Russia.
Lamia Abillama (GS06) is featured in The British Journal of Photography as one of its "20 Photographers to Watch" in 2013.
Rachel Hulin (NYU/ICP02) is featured in the March/April issue of American Photo.
Gabriele Stabile (PJ09) filmed chef Danny Bowien for The New Yorker.
Jessica Dimmock (PJ05) and faculty member Stephanie Sinclair won first place in the World Press Multimedia Contest's Online Feature category for their film Too Young to Wed.
Maria Burns (GS09) directed the fashion video "Tendance Brute" for Interview magazine.
Gabriele Stabile (PJ07) and Juliet Linderman are giving a presentation on the role of oral history in contemporary human rights and photojournalism at Columbia University on February 21; they are participating in the 56th Street Round Table's discussion "What Does it Mean to Be(come) an American?" at Ma Peche on February 22; and they are having a discussion and launch for their book Refugee Hotel at powerHouse Arena on February 26.
Jules Spinatsch (PJ94) is in the group exhibition Ansichtssache: 150 Years Architecture Photography in Graubünden at the Bündner Kunstmuseum Chur, Switzerland, February 16–April 15.
Liz Sales (MFA10) and faculty member Moyra Davey are in the group exhibition Structures for Reading: Text, (Infra)structure & the Reading Body in Contemporary Art at Columbia College, Chicago, February 15–April 9.
Leonora Hamill (GS03) has an exhibition Art in Progress at the Wilmotte Gallery in the Lichfield Studios, London, United Kingdom, February 15–March 28.
Yasutaka Kojima (GS07) has an exhibition Tokyo at the ISE Cultural Foundation, February 15–March 16.
Viviana Peretti (PJ10) is giving a lecture on February 13 at the Museo de Arquitectura de la Universidad Nacional, Bogota, Colombia.
Paul Qaysi (MFA09) and faculty member Nina Berman are in the group exhibition War is for the Living at the Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Art Gallery, February 12–March 23.
Satoshi Tsuchiyama (GS12) has an exhibition RGB at Resobox Gallery, February 22–March 6.
Yael Ben-Zion (GS07) is a video performer in the play Before & After at the New York Playwright Festival, February 4–10.
Paola Nuñez Solorio (GS10) photographed "Mexican Music for Life's Milestones" for The New York Times; she is in the group exhibition Portraits 2013 at the Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, Colorado, February 15–March 23; her work is featured in El Diario.
Yto Barrada (PJ94) and faculty member Hank Willis Thomas are in the group exhibition When Attitudes Became Form Become Attitudes at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit, February 1–March 31.
Jules Spinatsch (PJ94) is in the group exhibition Darüber Hinaus at Galerie Luciano Fasciati, Chur, Switzerland, January 26–February 23.
Daniel Canogar (NYU/ICP90) has an exhibition Quadratura at Bildmuseet, Umea, Sweden, January 27–April 4; he is also in the group exhibition Flow, Just Flow at the Joel & Lila Harnett Museum for Art, Richmond, Virginia, January 29–June 28.
Andrea Stern (PJ90) has a new book The Wrong Road Trip available from Book Dummy Press, founded by Victor Sira (PJ91) and Shiori Kawasaki (PJ07), who also interviewed her for the website.
Bryce Wolkowitz (NYU/ICP00) is interviewed in the January issue of Art+Auction magazine.
Kristoffer Axen (GS09) is in the group exhibition Varsalongen at Liljevalchs Art Hall, Stockholm, Sweden, January 25–March 24.
Paul Nathan (GS08) has his book Couture Dogs of New York featured in the Daily Mail, Fashionista, and Examiner.
Gianni Cipriano (PJ08) photographed "Cosentino, la rabbia e la paura" for L'Espresso.
Curtis Hamilton (MFA10) is profiled in Whitewall magazine.
Gaston Solnicki (GS03) is presenting his film Papirosen in the New York Jewish Film Festival on January 21 & 21 at the Walter Reade Theater.
Christoph Bangert (PJ03) is interviewed and has work included in Michael Kamber's book Photojournalists on War: The Untold Stories from Iraq.
Gabriele Stabile (PJ07) is profiled on Mother Jones for his book Refugee Hotel.
Matthew Porter (MFA06) is profiled in The New York Times' article "Hot Wheels in Hot Pursuit of Artifice."
Egan Frantz (GS08) is profiled in Flaunt Magazine.
Felix R. Cid (GS05) and Matthew Monteith (GS95) are in the group exhibition After the Fall at Garis & Hahn, January 11–February 16.
Stacy Arezou Mehrfar (GS02) and faculty member Amy Stein have an exhibition Tall Poppy Syndrome at Clamp Art, January 10–February 16.
Alex Nathanson (GS09) with Dylan Neely is giving live video performances at The Plant, Montreal, Canada, January 3; Space Gallery Portland, Maine, January 4; Caleb's Basement, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 7; Anthology Film Archives, January 8; and Flux Factory, January 10.
Allison Walter (GS10) is showing her work at the event Trey LaTrash Presents: Dizzyland on Ice//Saturday Night Cartoons//Pictureplane at The Spectrum on January 5.
Lauren Silberman (MFA09) has a slideshow of photographs "The Party is Not Over" in The New York Times.