Johan Spanner (PJ02) photographed The New York Times' 12/28/09 article A Peril in War Zones."
Meng Ling Hsieh (GS08) is in the group exhibition Being, opening December 20 at C.S.Li Art Space in Taiwan.
Olimpia Ferrari (GS08) has a portfolio A Casing for the Soul published in issue 24 of Abitare la Terra.
Johan Spanner (PJ02) has photographed protests of the United Nations' climage change talks in Copenhagen for The New York Times' articles "Protesters Converge on Copenhagen" and "Thousands March in Copenhagen, Calling for Action."
Clémence de Limburg (PJ07) is included in the La Bourse du Talent 2009 group exhibition in at the Bibliothèque nationale de France in Paris, December 15–February 21.
Monica Ruzansky (GS06) is in the group exhibition Honesty at Eyelevel Gallery in Williamsburg, opening December 11.
Edward Doty (GS09) is in the group exhibition Homesick at the Carnegie Art Museum in Oxnard, California, December 12–February 21.
Matthew Porter (MFA06) was represented by the M+B Gallery at Miami's PULSE Art Fair, December 3–6.
Noah Dodson (GS09) and faculty member Allen Frame were included in the video program reduced Polish at Monkeytown in Brooklyn on December 4.
Rui Hosono (GS06) has a solo exhibition incognitos at EPSON Imaging Gallery in Tokyo, December 18–January 7.
Leonora Hamill (GS08) is included in the group exhibition Revisiting Landscape and Still Life at Bafa Foto in Geneva, December 5–January 23.
Pierre LeHors (MFA10) and faculty member Roe Ethridge are in the group exhibition H.T.A.D.I.T.F. in the Project Room at 25CPW, December 4–6.
Myriam Abdelaziz (PJ06), Kristoffer Axen (GS09), Galina Fecher (GS09), Andrea Star Reese (PJ08), and Alessandro Vecchi (PJ08) received honorable mentions in Camera Club of New York's 2009 National Juried Competition. Their work will be exhibited at Calumet Photographic, December 4–22.
Ann Woo (GS08) will be exhibited by the Humble Arts Foundation at NADA Art Fair in Miami, December 3–6.
Tadej Znidarcic (PJ07) has joined Redux Pictures as a contributing photographer.
Alex Nathanson (GS09) has two animation pieces in the Show Paper International Film Festival in Williamsburg.
Angela Beallor (MFA08), Teresa Christiansen (MFA08), Bess Greenberg (MFA09), Kim Kremer (MFA09), Rebecca Leopold (MFA08), Jamie Lund (MFA08), Paul Qaysi (MFA09), Hyla Skopitz (MFA08), Adam Ward (MFA08), and Alyssa Taylor Wendt (MFA08) have opened an art space 25CPW. The inaugural exhibition 10 from 25: Emerging Artists Using Photography opens November 19.
Valentina Medda (GS09) has an exhibition Cassandra at PS122 Gallery, opening November 14.
Felix Gonzalez-Torres (NYU/ICP87) has an exhibition Floating a Boulder: Works by Felix Gonazalez-Torres and Jim Hodges at FLAG Art Foundation through January 31.
Matthew Monteith (GS95) is in the group exhibition Commercial Paper at the Barbara Walters Gallery, Sarah Lawrence College, through November 29.
Nefertiti Ingalls (GS07) is in the group exhibition Megafotografía: Fotografía costarricense en el Siglio XXI, Un Homenaje a Fausto Pacheco through November 30 at the Galería Nacional, Museo de los Niños in San Jose, Costa Rica.
Floriane de Lassée (GS04) has a solo exhibition Beijing Night Views at Galerie Phillippe Chaume in Paris, November 6–December 9.
Shizuka Minami (PJ05) is in the group exhibition Overseas: Emerging Japanese Photographers at Ricoh Gallery in Tokyo, November 18–29.
Christoph Bangert (PJ03) and faculty member Nina Berman have an exhibition Blindspot: Nina Berman & Christoph Bangert at Kunstraum in Postdam, Germany, October 25–December 6.
Grace Kim (GS05) is participating in Art Jamboree #2 at 10 Greene Street, October 24–25.
David Thompson-Moss (MFA07) has an exhibition The Dog I Feed at Texas Firehouse in Queens, October 24–25.
Matthew Monteith (GS95) is in the group exhibition System: System at Supersquare in Brooklyn, October 23–25.
Sophie Elbaz (PJ85) is in the group exhibition Mari-Mage at the Galeria de Arte Meninos de Luz in Rio de Janeiro, October 23–November 30.
Alexandra Catiere (GS04) has a solo exhibition I Cannot Give You Anything but Love at Miyako Yoshinaga Art Prospects, October 22–November 21.
Cedric Yhuel (GS09) is in the group exhibition The Group Show: The Best Emerging Photographers at 3rd Ward in Brooklyn, October 16–25.
Maki Ueno (GS08), Meng Ling Hsieh (GS08), and Emile Hyperion Dubuisson (GS '08) are part of The Fashion Center Presents: Gallery 8 at the Port Authority Bus Terminal through October 17.
Gillian Laub (GS98) will give a lecture Everything is Personal: Tales of Intimate Engagement on October 15 at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles as part the IRIS Nights Photography Lecture Series.
Teresa Christiansen (MFA08), Yi-Ting Chung (MFA08), Hyla Skopitz (MFA08), and Adam Ward (MFA08) are participating in Indecisive Moment: Photographers Using Video on October 8 at Bridget in Brooklyn.
Bettain Johae (NYU/ICP02) has installed The Immediate History of 14th St. in storefronts along 14th Street as part of Art in Odd Places. It will up through October 26.
Talya Arbisser (PJ09) has a solo exhibition unattached opening October 30 at Phoenix Gallery in Moline, Illinois.
Sarah Girner (PJ09) won the Julia Dean Photo Workshops' 2009 Berenice Abbott Prize for her project The Transience of Things.
Fryd Frydendahl (GS09) and Tuomas Korpijaakko (MFA10) have work featured in the video program Spun 2 at Monkeytown in Williamsburg on Friday, October 2.
Heike Marie Krause (MFA06) has been promoted to a tenured professorship at Muthesius Kunstschule in Keil, Germany.
Alejandra Ugarte Bedwell (MFA10) had her book Finding Grandma Bear included in the Artist's Books International Fair (PDF) as part of Fotoseptiembre 2009 Festival at Biblioteca Mexico in Mexico City.
Eli Sudbrack (GS99), aka Assume Vivid Astro Focus, is part of the group exhibition Scorpio's Garden at Temporäre Kunsthalle Berlin through November 15.
Chiara Goia (PJ07) photographed the September 15 New York Times article "Indian Woman Find New Peace in Rail Commute."
Rebecca Leopold (MFA08) with her production company Western Narrative has an original musical Desert of Hallways included in the Philly Fringe Festival with upcoming performances on September 18 and 19. Her photography is included in Boffo's group exhibition Objective Affection opening September 19 at One Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Brina Thurston (MFA07) is included in the EAF 09: Emerging Artists Fellowship Exhibition at Socrates Sculpture Park through March 7.
Alex Morel (GS95) curated the exhibition These Are Seven Million Bodies, which includes faculty members Ron Haviv and Jonathan Torgovnik, at St. John's University's Dr. M.T. Geoffrey Yeh Art Gallery through October 24.
Ixone Sádaba (GS06) has a solo exhibition Poétique de la desaparition at Witzenhausen Gallery, September 10–October 10.
Grace Kim (GS05) has a solo exhibition Under the Glass Bell: A Dream opening September 9 at Melanie Flood Projects.
Ryan Easter (MFA10) is in the group exhibition The History of You at the Sputnik Bar and Gallery through October 3.
Morten Andersen (PJ91), Peer Kugler (PJ00), André Lützen (PJ93), Hisashi Murayama (GS99), Filippo Romano (PJ99), and faculty member Michael Ackerman are included in the exhibition The Singled Person, which is part of BAND A PART, at the 13th Edition of Photographic Journeys of Bienne in Biel/Bienne through September 27.
Kim Kremer (MFA09) has her art installation Eighty Acres on the facade of Poune's Bamboo House in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa through December.
Mansi Midha (PJ08), Rafaela Persson (PJ08), Andrea Star Reese (PJ08), and Jonathan Saruk (PJ08) received honors at the 2010 Sony World Photography Awards. Midha: honorable mention in the Deeper Perspective category for her work Under Construction; Persson: honorable mentions in the Feature Story and Family categories for Aziza giving away her children and in the Photo Essay category for Female Drug addicts; Reese: honorable mentions in the Deeper Perspective, Photo Essay, and Editorial categories for Urban Cave; Saruk: 2nd place in the Conflict category for his work in the Khost Province of Afghanistan.
David Smith (MFA07) is the group exhibition 717 Prospect Place, August 28–September 26.
Megumi Tomomitsu (GS09) and Mitchell Goodman (MFA05) are participating in FLOAT, a series of performances and temporary art works at Socrates Sculpture Park in Queens, August 29–30.
Tuomas Korpijaakko (MFA10) is part of Whitney's Biennial at C.R.E.A.M. Projects, August 28–30.
Rui Hosono (GS06) curated a group of toy camera users called ICP Swappers, including Ben Gancsos (GS06), Ann-Sophie Fjelloe-Jensen (GS06), and Margherita Crocco (GS06). They were also featured in SNAP! Magazine Issue 7.
Gastón Solnicki (GS03) will screen his film SÜDEN at Anthology Film Archives on August 29.
Gabriele Stabile (PJ07) and Thomas Holton, faculty member, have been selected by Aperture Foundation for the NYC Green Carts photography commission.
Jesse Chan (MFA10), Meng Ling Hsieh (GS08), and Maki Ueno (GS08) are in the group exhibition On the Far Side of Here at Camera Club of New York, August 19–September 11.
Ben Gancsos (GS06) has a solo exhibition Portraits in Resin at Newbridge International Realty in Stamford, CT.
Teresa Christiansen (MFA08), Yi-Ti Chung (MFA08), Kanako Okazaki (MFA09), Hyla Skopitz (MFA08), and Adam Ward (MFA08) are included in the group exhibition Indecisive Moment: Photographers Using Video at Hendershot Gallery, Thursday, August 20.
Christine Callahan (MFA09) and Kelly Shimoda (PJ05) are included in the group exhibition Summer Reading at Jen Bekman Gallery through August 22.
Dillon DeWaters (MFA10) has a video Road included in the series "Rooftop Films: Home Movies" at the Automotive High School in Brooklyn, Friday, August 15.
Stacy Arezou Mehrfar (GS02) has a solo exhibition American Palimpsests: This Is What There Was at the Perth Centre for Photography in Perth, Australia through August 30.
Alinka Echeverria (PJ08) is included in The Art of Photography Show, curated by Charlotte Cotton, opening August 29 at the Lyceum Theatre Gallery in San Diego.
Daniel Canogar (NYU/ICP90) had an interactive video Asalto projected onto the Alcazar of Segovia, July 30–August 2.
Joao Pina (PJ05) photographed The New York Times' article Lost in an Abyss of Drugs, and Entangled by Poverty" for the 7/30/09 issue, a follow-up to this 2/23/08 story.
Kelly Shimoda (PJ05) photographed The New York Times "A Century of Character-Building and Games" (7/24/09).
Alex Nathanson (GS09) is showing his animation work at Silent Barn in Queen on July 29.
Arantxa Cedillo (PJ05) photographed The New York Times 7/20/09 article "Cambodia Court Cases Mount Against Opposition."
Clemence de Limberg (PJ07) and Tom White (PJ07) are in the 2009 Foto8 Summer Show, which opens July 24 at HOST Gallery in London.
Ixone Sádaba (GS06) has a solo exhibition at Espacio Marzana in Bilbao through September 11.
Stuart O'Sullivan (GS95) published his second monograph A Shared History with Nazraeli Press.
Kim Badawi (PJ06) published The Taqwacores: Muslim Punk in the US with powerHouse.
Antoine D'Agata (PJ91), Marina Berio, General Studies Chair; Jean-Christian Bourcart, faculty member are in the group exhibition Ça me touche, curated by Nan Goldin, at Les Rencontres d'Arles July 7–September 13.
Josh Lehrer (GS05) has a portfolio of cyanotypes "Becoming Visible" featured in The New York Times Lens blog.
Leonora Hamill (GS03) is in the group exhibition freshfacedandwildeyed 09 at the Photographers' Gallery in London through July 5.
Andreas Rentsch (GS90) has a solo exhibition Entraves judiciaires at Musée de l'Elysée in Lausanne, June 26–October 25.
Shraddha Borowake (GS06) and Emma Raynes (GS06) curated the group exhibition Capturing the Emergent, Tracing the Retreat, which includes their work and work by Myriam Abdelazziz (PJ06), Tamara Bogolasky (GS06), Kara Dahlberg (GS06), Ben Gancsos (GS06), Diego Heckadon (GS06), Mark Manley (PJ06), Kevin Joseph Laccone (GS06), and Monica Ruzansky (GS06). It opens June 20 at UnionDocs in Brooklyn.
Alex Morel (GS95) and Monica Ruzansky (GS06) are in the group exhibition El Ojo De Tu Vecino at the Instituto Cervantes/Spanish Cultural Center, July 2–September 5.
Felix R. Cid (GS05) is in the group exhibition Summer Salon at Daniel Cooney Fine Art, June 25–July 30. Julie Hau (PJ08) has been published in the June 2009 issue of Shots Magazine. She also received an honorable mention from the Magenta Flash Foward Awards.
Abigail Simon (MFA06) is in the exhibition Living and Dreaming: AIM 29 at the Bronx Museum of the Arts, June 21–September 13.
Lina Haskel (GS05) was awarded a residency in Kavala, Greece from The Association of Swedish Professional Photographers; a 2009 Cultural Grant for Visual Arts from The Swedish Building Workers' Union for her on-going project Folkets Hus; and a residency in Lindsborg, Kansas from Raymer's Society of the Arts.
Lauren Silberman (MFA08) and Hyla Skopitz (MFA08) had videos screened at Northeast Kingdom June 6–7 as part of the Bushwick Open Studios.
Giada Ripa di Meana (GS99) has a solo exhibition Falling Icons in collaboration with Blanchaert Gallery at the Oratorio della Passione in Milan, June 18–24.
Arantxa Cedillo (PJ05) photographed the article "Near Phnom Penh's Hubbub, a Home Provides Calm and Savings" for The New York Times, 6/3/09.
Gabriele Stabile (PJ07) photographed a 23-page feature in the June issue of Gourmet. He also photographed for issue #61 of The Fader.
Alexandra Catiere (GS04) was in the group exhibition Webber Represents at The Gallery Soho in London. She also has work on view at the Rome Festival of Photography through August 2.
Alinka Echeverria (PJ08) is in the group exhibition Americas Latinas: Las fatgias del querer at Cinema Spazio Oberdan through October 4.
Mauro Restiffe (GS95) has a solo exhibition Mirante at the Casa de America in Madrid through July 26 as part of the 2009 PhotoEspaña Festival.
Eamonn Aiken (PJ07), Jason Andrew (PJ07), Francesca Cao (PJ07), Tiffany Clark (PJ07), Christina Clusiau (GS07), Alice Dison (PJ07), Emile Hyperion Dubuisson (GS07), Julia Gillard (GS07), Chiara Goia (PJ07), Bess Greenberg (PJ07, MFA09), Julie Hau (PJ08), Lucy Helton (PJ07), Shiori Kawasaki (PJ07), Tiana Markova-Gold (PJ07), Shizuka Minami (PJ05), Axel Öberg (PJ07), Kathryn Obermaier (PJ07), Christina Paige (PJ07), Pax Paloscia (GS07), Deidre Schoo (PJ07), Gabriele Stabile (PJ07), Tom White (PJ07), Tadej Znidarcic (PJ07) were in the group exhibition Time Zones, an affiliate show of the New York Photography Festival, at the DUMBO General Store, May 13–17.
Dana Meilijson (GS04) has an article "Pauses for Effect" in The New York Times (5/15/2009).
Hiroko Shono (GS09) has an exhibition Big Up at Kaffee 1668, 275 Greenwich Street.
Sumit Dayal (PJ06) has her photograph featured on the cover of PDN's Photo Annual 2009, which also includes work by Martine Fougeron (GS06).
Francesca Cao (PJ07) is in the Tierney Fellowship Show at the Tobacco Warehouse in DUMBO as part of the New York Photo Festival through May 17.
Joshua Lutz (MFA05), Carl Wooley (GS08), and faculty member Richard Rothman are in the group exhibition NY Perspectives—Four New York Photographers Discover Amsterdam at the Stadsarchief Amsterdam through August 23.
Joshua Lutz (MFA05) will have Meadowlands presented during the screening of New Documentations at The New York Photo Festival on Saturday, May 16. American Youth Book, which includes his work, had its launch at the Festival.
Jon Levy (PJ88) curated the exhibition Home for Good for the New York Photo Festival.
Christian Erroi (GS01) is featured in the group exhibition Transmutations: Abstraction in Nature at Michael Mazzeo Gallery, May 13–June 20.
Louise Ingalls Sturges (GS07) has a solo exhibition Tangled Up in Blue at Court opening May 15.
Sarah Girner (PJ09) has a solo exhibition The Transience of Things at Pratt's CCPS Gallery through May 31.
Marla Leigh Caplan (MFA07), Rachel Hulin (NYU/ICP02), and Willy Somma (MFA05) curated the group exhibition (super)natural as part of the 2009 New York Photo Festival May 13–17. It will feature work by alumni Charles Atherton (MFA07), Christoph Bangert (PJ03), Christopher LaMarca (PJ02), Kenric McDowell (MFA07), Matthew Porter (MFA06), and Hannah Whitaker (MFA06).
Brigitte Grignet (PJ99) is presenting her project Palestine—Unfortunately It Was Paradise at the New York Photo Festival on Thursday, May 14.
Andrea Camuto (GS05) has a solo exhibition Afghanistan at Corden Potts Gallery through June 16 in San Francisco. The opening reception is on Saturday, May 9.
Michelette Jigarian (GS09) is in the group exhibition False Idols: Perspectives on Latina/Hispanic/Chicana Women at Casa Frela Gallery May 9–June 5.
Angela Beallor (MFA08) has a solo exhibition ...and now we don't at Boston's 80 Border Street Cultural Exchange Center through May 31. The opening reception is on Saturday, May 9.
Lauren Hermele (PJ06) will have work from her series "On Different Ground" featured in the book west edited by Regina Maria Anzenberger and published by Kehrer.
Stephanie Keith (PJ01) will publish Voodoo Brooklyn: Five Ceremonies with Mambo Marie Carmel with Caribbean Studies Press.
Monica Ruzansky (GS06) is in the group exhibition The work enobles but the nobility does not work opening May 21 at the Centro Cultural de España in Guatemala.
Floriane de Lassée (GS04) has an exhibition Beijing Night Views at the Paris-Beijing Gallery May 23–July 11.
Cynthia Farnell (GS96), as part of her Presence series, has a photographic installation in Atalaya at Huntington Beach State Park in Murrell's Inlet, South Carolina, May 18–22.
Tatiana Kronberg (MFA06) was in the group exhibition Nobodies New York at 179 Canal Street, May 1–3.
Joshua Lutz (MFA05) work was on display during the Festival de films de Portneuf sur l'environnement in Quebec.
Hanna Whitaker (MFA06) is in the group exhibition Meet & Cake at Roos Art in Rosendale, NY, April 25–May 30.
Arantxa Cedillo (PJ05) has a portfolio Regazze di Toronto published in Repubblica Delle Donne Magazine, 4/11/09. She also photographed "Pain of Khmer Rouge Era Lost on Cambodian Youth" for The New York Times 4/9/09.
Anita Cruz-Eberhard (GS98) is one of the shortlisted photographers of the Hyères 2009 24th International Festival of Fashion and Photography. Her work will be on view at April 24–27. She also placed in the Sony World Photography Awards 2009 category of Professionals: Abstract. The exhibition of winning work is on view at Obscura Gallery, Melbourne, Australia, April 14–May 5.
Tim Lehmacher (GS96), Egan Frantz (GS08), and Christian Erroi (GS01) are in the group exhibition Now You See It, Now You Don't, curated by ICP staff and faculty member Bernard Yenelouis, on view at Camera Club of New York April 4–May 16.
Cynthia Farnell (GS96), as part of her Presence series, has a photographic installation in the Lower River Warehouse in Conway, South Carolina, April 2–4.
Samantha Box (PJ06) had a portfolio published in the March 2009 issue of Curve magazine.
Tadej Znidarcic (PJ07) has a feature in the Spring 2009 issue of PDNedu magazine.
Gianni Cipriano (PJ08) placed first in Pictures of the Year International's Multimedia category for "Crafting Beauty from Death."
Floriane de Lassée (GS04) is at ArtParis March 19–23 with Galerie Philippe Chaume. She has a portfolio published in Air France Magzine. Her work is featured in the group exhibition Wrapping to Design at the Musée de design et d'arts appliqués contemporains in Lausanne, Switzerland through June 1.
Chiara Goia (PJ07) placed second in the Sony World Photography Awards' Arts & Entertainment category in Photojournalism & Documentary.
Michael Itkoff (MFA10) has Street Portraits published by Charta Editions. An exhibition of this series will be at the Center for Contemporary Arts in Texas, March 7–April 27.
David B. Smith (MFA07) has a solo exhibition Before and After at HQ Gallery in Williamsburg, March 7–May 3.
Brigitte Grignet (PJ99) is shortlisted for the Professional Current Affairs category of the 2009 Sony World Photography Awards.
Christoph Bangert (PJ03) has an exhibition Iraq: The Space Between at Artland Gallery in Manchester, UK through March 14.
Martine Fougeron (GS06), Chiara Goia (PJ07), and Toni Greaves (PJ08) have been chosen for PDN's New and Emerging Photographers to Watch."
Paige Stoyer (GS08) has a one-night show The Long Journey: Surviving Domest Violence at the New School on March 17.
Tadej Znidarcic (PJ07) had a photo essay on the Nigerian cinema published in the February 2009 issue of IL magazine.
Lenard Smith (MFA08) has a solo exhibition Passing Glance through February 24 at Blender Gallery in Paddington, NSW, Australia.
Christopher LaMarca (PJ02) is giving a lecture in association with Camera Club of New York at SVA on February 10.
Jules Spinatsch (PJ94) had a solo exhibition at Kunsthaus Zug in Switzerland, which published an accompanying monograph.
Christoph Bangert (PJ03) has a spread on refugee camps in Chad published in the New Yorker, January 5.
Shizuka Minami (PJ05) had a solo exhibition MINAMI + Carnival at Soft Box Studio Limited, January 15–29, in St. Clair, Trinidad.
Mauro Restiffe (GS95) has a solo exhibition Vertigem at Galeria Mario Sequeira in Braga, Portugal, January 31–March 31.
Jason Andrew (PJ07) photographed Janos Pasztor, the U.N. Secretary General of Climate Change, for Courrier International's January 15th issue. He also has photos from his Jazzland series published in Ventiquattro magazine.
Brina Thurston (MFA07) was awarded a residency in the I.R.P. programs at Location One.
Toni Greaves (PJ08) has a photo essay about the Nuns of Summit on Time magazine's website.
Gabriele Stabile (PJ07) has shot the cover feature about Charles Hamilton for The Fader's Now Issue #59.
Arantxa Cedillo (PJ05) photographed "Player's Death Revives Debate on Fighting in Hockey" for the New York Times, 1/20/09.
Suzanne Mejean (GS04) has a film in a program hosted by Judy Fiskin and curator Charlotte Cotton at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
Egan Frantz (GS08) has an exhibition Th Spring a Leak in the Subject: Part 1 on Dinter Fine Art's Project Room through February 28.
Hannah Whitaker (MFA06) has a solo exhibition As We Came Together We Will Go Together at The Wild Project through January 25.
Leonora Hamill (GS04) is in the group exhibition [ITNA]Realism through February 6 at the école régionale des beaux-arts in Besançon, France.
Shana Wittenwyler (PJ05), Alinka Echeverria (PJ08), and Shizuka Minami (PJ05) are included in American Photo's Images of the Year Competition 2008.
Brigitte Grignet (PJ99) won the Silver Prize for Portfolio and Gold Prize for Environmental Portrait at the Visual Culture Awards 2008. French magazine Le Courrier de l'Atlas featured her Palestine work.
Go Sugimoto (GS03) is in the group exhibition Light/Dark at SEPIA|The Alkazi Collection, January 9–February 21.
Monica Ruzansky (GS06) is in the group exhi