Viviana Peretti (PJ10) was published in New York Magazine's "Reasons to Love NY" issue.
Giada Ripa di Meana (GS99) has an exhibition Displacement at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Russia, December 20, 2011–January 22, 2012.
Gabriele Stabile (PJ07) photographed "Stumptown Girl" for The New Yorker.
Julie Glassberg (PJ09) photographed "Scene City: Another Artist Named Schnabel" for The New York Times. Ester Jove Soligue (PJ09) is featured in the New York Times Lens Blog story "On the Cliffs, a World Apart."
Julie Glassberg (PJ09) has photographs in The New York Times December 16 story "At 93, Still the 'Staff Artist'."
Sam Fall (MFA10) is profiled by Lesley A. Martin in the Winter 2011 issue of Aperture magazine. Paula McCartney (GS96) self-published the artist's book On Thin Ice, in a Blizzard.
Adrienne Grunwald (PJ10) is profiled on the website Image Deconstructed for her series Guerreiras.
Yto Barrada (PJ94) is featured in the Spring 2011 issue Nka: Journal of Contemporary Art. She, with faculty member Moyra Davey, is included in the group exhibition You Have Been There at Marian Goodman Gallery, December 3, 2011–January 21, 2012.
Morten Andersen (PJ91) has an exhibition Color F at Myriam Bouagal Galerie, Paris, France, December 8, 2011–January 14, 2012.
Minny Lee (PJ08) is in the group exhibitions Dreams at the Center of Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, Colorado, December 2, 2011–January 7, 2012; In Time at the Kiernan Gallery, Lexington, Kentucky, December 6, 2011–January 7, 2012; and Uncanny: Surreal Photography at PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, Vermont, December 16, 2011–January 14, 2012. She is also at the booth for Ryugaheon Gallery at the Seoul Photobook Fair, Seoul, South Korea, December 6–31, and was interviewed by Paola Nuñez Solorio for Tracking Art.
Dana Meilijson (GS04) is part of the group exhibition Isolations at the Lunch Box Gallery, Miami, Florida, December 1, 2011–February 25, 2012.
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.
Sam Falls (MFA10) photographed the Urban Outfitters F/W 2011 Look Book.
Eli Sudbrak (GS99), as Assume Vivid Astro Focus, has an exhibition Cyclop Trannies at Suzanne Geiss Company, November 8, 2011–January 28, 2012.
Viviana Peretti (PJ10) photographed "School of Russian Ballet, Brooklyn Style" for The New York Times.
Holly Bynoe (MFA10) has a video online about her magazine ARC Magazine and its participation in the Fall 2010 Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival.
Dana Meilijson (GS04) has images in the Rizzoli publication New York: A Photographer's City.
Heather Musto (GS05) won first prize at the InVision Photo Festival in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
Fryd Frydendahl (GS09) and Megumi Tomomitsu (GS09) collaborated as Birds Production, Bird Mitsudahl to produce a music video "Windy Houston" for the band falling in love.
Sam Falls (MFA10) has a new book Paint Paper Palm published by Dashwood Books.
Holly Bynoe (MFA10), editor of ARC Magazine, released the fourth issue; the launch party is being held at the National Gallery of Jamaica, Kingston, Jamaica on December 10.
Lourdes Jeannette (GS10) is profiled in Blood Ties: A Photographer Captures Gang Culture In Her Family on the TIME LightBox blog.
Floriane de Lassée (GS04) has her new series Himalaya Hip Hop, done in collaboration with Nicolas Henry, on view at her studio in Marnes La Coquette, France, November 27–December 6. Floriane also has work in the group exhibition Entre Les Murs at Espace Commines, Paris, France, November 25–27.
Amin Husain (GS10) was interviewed on C-SPAN about Occupy Wall Street, November 19.
Alex Nathanson (GS09) is staging one of his live video feeds during a performance by the musical group Man Forever at 285 Kent, Brooklyn, November 19.
Jared Buschang (GS11) has a solo exhibition The Way of Things at St. John's University Manhattan Campus, November 11–January 27, 2012.
Spencer Tunick (GS90) is featured in a program at the Nyack Center, Nyack, New York; a screening of the film Naked States, directed by Arlene Nelson will be followed by a discussion with Spencer on November 19.
Nitasha Dhillon (GS10) and Amin Husain (GS10) are participants in a reading Combatant Status Review Tribunals, pp. 002954-003064: A Public Reading, November 12 and 13 as part of Performa 11.
Ixone Sadaba (GS06) has a solo exhibition Proyectos Iraq 2008–2010 at the Galeria Juan Silio, Santader, Spain, November 11–December 11, 2011.
Egan Frantz (GS08) has his project Clearly Addressed on view at the art space Clearing, Brooklyn, November 9–January 8, 2012.
Paul Treacy (PJ00) has an online book The Photohumourist: Observing the Flag available exclusively from the iTunes/iBookstore at Apple.
Claudia Sohrens (GS98) and Andreas Rentsch (GS90) with faculty members Lori Grinker, Abraham McNally, and Bradly Treadaway are included in the exhibition Pictures Are Words-Not-Known curated by faculty member Sean Justice for the Lishui Photography Festival/Lishiu Museum of Photography, China, November 9–December 13. Selections are online at Culturehall.
Minny Lee (PJ08), Daniel Kukla (PJ08), and Emile Hyperion Dubuisson (GS07) are participants in the pop-up exhibition Art from the Heart at 25CPW, November 12.
Hiroshi Sumiyama (GS08) has a solo exhibition Path at the ISE Cultural Foundation, November 10–December 24.
Jesse Chan (MFA10), faculty member Pradeep Dalal (MFA05), Emile Hyperion Dubuisson (GS07), Martine Fougeron (GS06), Fryd Frydendahl (GS09), Curtis Hamilton (MFA11), Francine Hofstee (GS09), Michi Tigarjian (GS09, MFA11), Erica Leone (GS09), Heather O'Brien (GS09), Mauro Restiffe (GS95) and faculty members Vincent Cianni, Megan Cump, Alice O'Malley, Cara Phillips, Richard Renaldi, Saul Robbins, and Joni Sternbach are contributors to the 2011 Camera Club of New York Photography Benefit Auction at 25CPW on November 7.
Sam Falls (MFA10) curated and is included in the group exhibition Time & Material at M+B Art, Los Angeles, California, November 4–December 22.
Paula McCartney (GS96) is giving a lecture "Expanding My Audience (faster, cheaper, more!)" at the Society for Photographic Education: Northeast at Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, November 4.
Ayumi Tanaka (GS10) is in the exhibition Macabre & Mysticism at the Red Roots Gallery.
Mauro Restiffe (GS95) is on the October 29 panel "The Modern and the Contemporary in Brazil" as part of the symposium Beyond the Super-Square: The Corner of Art & Architecture at the Bronx Museum of the Arts.
Yto Barrada (PJ94) is interviewed in the October 2011 issue of Frieze Magazine.
Jessica Earnshaw (PJ11) writes about Nancy Borowick (PJ10) in "A Photographer's Intimate Account of her Mother's Cancer Ordeal" for TIME LightBox.
Lina Haskel (GS05) received a one-year grant from the Swedish Arts Grants Committee for her current project Folkets Hus—Space in common. This project has also been nominated for Scanpix Stora Fotopris 2011, one of Scandinavia's top photography prizes.
Holly Bynoe (MFA10) is in the group exhibition Disillusions: Gendered Visions of the Caribbean and Its Diaspora at Middlesex County College Studio Theatre Gallery in Edison, New Jersey, October 27–November 8.
Gillian Laub (GS98) and faculty member Elinor Carucci are on the panel "Family Matters" at the Aperture Gallery on October 22.
Yvonne Venegas (PJ03) is giving a lecture at the School of Visual Arts on October 20 as part of Camera Club of New York.
Pradeep Dalal (MFA05), faculty member, is in the group exhibition Exchanging Glances at Chatterjee & Lal, Mumbai, India, October 14–November 20.
Anja Hitzenberger (PJ91), faculty member, is in the group exhibition at the Huantie Times International Gallery in Beijing, China, October 11–18.
Michael Itkoff (MFA10) is moderating a panel "Ink to iPad: The Photography Book Today," which includes faculty member Harvey Stein, at the School of Visual Arts. He also has work included in issue 3 of Anathema and issue 9 of Daylight Magazine
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.
Daniel Canogar (NYUICP90) presented Asalto for the Bring to Light: Nuit Blanche New York 2011 festival on October 1.
Victor Sira (GS91) is participating in panels "Furthering Critical Dialogue" on September 30 and "Focus on Latin America: Artists' Books in Havana, Mexico City and Caracas" on October 1 at the NY Art Book Fair.
Jonathon Wells (GS01) is in the group exhibition Wide-Eyed: Panoramic Photographs at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minnesota, September 16, 2011–January 29, 2012.
Spencer Tunick (GS90) staged one of his photographs with 1,200 volunteers in the Dead Sea, Israel, on September 17.
Aliza Eliazarov (PJ09) has an exhibition Sustain at the 92Y Tribeca, September 16–October 14.
Brigitte Grignet (PJ99) has her project Chiloe-La Cruz del Sur featured in PDN's Photo of the Day.
Pierre Le Hors (MFA10), Curtis Hamilton (MFA11), Garret Miller (MFA11), and faculty member Saul Robbins are on the panel "Pecha Kucha: Artists' Zines" at the NY Art Book Fair, September 30.
Ed Pollard (GS02) is in the exhibition Reclamation at the Hermitage Museum and Gardens, Norfolk, Virginia, September 23–November 15.
Salvador Angel (GS08) is in the group exhibition Hot Book at the Casa Lamm Centro de Cultura, Mexico City, Mexico, opening September 29.
Yto Barrada (PJ94) has a retrospective Riffs at the WIELS Contemporary Art Center, Brussels, Belgium, September 24–December 31.
Michela Palermo (GS08) presents My Broken Word at the Fotografia Festival at MACRO Testaccio in Rome, Italy, September 23–October 23.
Holly Bynoe (MFA10) organized as part of ARC Magazine the program New Media for the Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival in Woodbrook, Trinidad, September 23–25.
Daniel Canogar (NYUICP90) is in the group exhibition 250K at Borusan Contemporary, Perili Kosk, Istanbul, September 17; and Scanner at the Moscow Biennial, September 23–October 30.
Alessandra Sanguinetti (GS02) has an exhibition at Magnum Paris, France, September 22–October 29.
Leonora Hamill (GS03) has a video installation Rouffach in Giorni Felici a Casa Testori, Milan, Italy, September 22–October 9.
Andrea Star Reese (PJ08) has an online gallery of her series The Urban Cave featured at Vision Project.
Jo Ann Santangelo (PJ09) has images from her project Proud to Serve featured in OutServe Magazine.
Sofia Cordova (GS05) is in the group exhibition Sonida Pirata: What You Need You Have to Borrow at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, Sonoma, California, September 17, 2011–January 29, 2012.
Emile Dubuisson (GS07) is in the group exhibition New Photography: Selections from the 2010–2011 Darkroom Residency Program at the Camera Club of New York, September 16–October 29.
Pradeep Dalal (MFA04), 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.
Martine Fougeron (GS06) and Joao Piña (PJ05) with faculty members Yola Monakhov and Sylvia Plachy are in the group exhibition Beyond Words: Photography at The New Yorker at the Howard Greenberg Gallery, September 14–October 22.
Mickey Kerr (GS03), Jeff Mermelstein (GS81), Joseph Rodriguez (GS88), Harry Zernike (PJ02), and faculty member Jonathan Torgovnik are in the ICP exhibition Remembering 9/11, September 9, 2011–January 8, 2012.
Holly Bynoe (MFA10) through ARC Magazine collaborated with the African and African Caribbean Design Diaspora to present the exhibition Forever Forged. Forever Becoming, which includes faculty member Keisha Scarville, at the Bargehouse, London, United Kingdom, September 9–25. Jacopo Quaranta (PJ10) placed first in the International Photography Awards' Editorial categories for Finalist Pro, General News Pro, and Photo Essay and General Feature Story Pro.
Kristoffer Axen (GS09), representing ICP, was awarded a 2011 Tierney Fellowship; he was also featured as one of eighteen emerging talents in the July issue of the British Journal of Photography.
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), and faculty member Harvey Stein are included the book Identities Now: Contemporary Portrait Photography from Peter Hay Halpert Fine Art.
Alinka Echeverria (PJ08) won a gold medal in the Professional-Fine Art-People category and Paola Nunez Solorio (GS10) won silver medals in the Professional-Fine Art-People and Professional-Nature-Other categories in the 2011 Prix de La Photographie Paris. Their entries will be published in the PX3 Annual.
Brigitte Grignet (PJ99) is a recipient of this year's Aaron Siskind Foundation Grant.
Martin Weber (GS91), faculty member, has an exhibition Mario. Saved Calls at Ruth Bezacar Galeria de Arte, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 10–September 9.
Fryd Frydendahl (GS09) is participating in Kunst i Slusen at Art Hvide Sande in Copenhagen, Denmark, July 24–August 5.
Tadej Znidarcic (PJ07) photographed "Maternal Deaths Focus Harsh Light on Uganda" and "No Little League World Series for Ugandan Team" for The New York Times.
Alexandra Catiere (GS05) is the recipient of the first BMW Residency at the Nicephore Niepce Museum, Chalon-sur-Saone, France.
Holly Bynoe (MFA10) has published issue #3 of ARC Magazine, which is dedicated to the arts of the Caribbean and its diaspora.
Guillaume Bonn (PJ94) has a photograph in the August 2011 Vanity Fair issue for "The Agony and the Ivory."
Annie Ling (PJ10) has an online slide show "A Bed and a Key at 81 Bowery" on the New York Times website.
Carlotta Zarattini (PJ10) photographed "Inside a Cambodian Building, a Feeling" for the New York Times Lens blog.
Beth Chucker (MFA09) is in the group exhibition This Old House, a multimedia and performance installation at 2989 North Victoria Drive, Alpine, California on July 23, 3:00–6:00 pm.
Jules Spinatsch (PJ94) is in the exhibition Alpen—Sehnsuchtsort und Buhne at the Residenzgalerie, Salzburg, Austria, July 15–November 6.
Alex Morel (GS95) has a solo exhibition Before We Sleep at the Brooklyn Public Library's Flatbush Learning Center, New York, July 12–August 2.
Pierre Le Hors (MFA10) published the limited edition zine L'ancien regime with Kaugummi Books.
Paolo Nunez Solorio (GS10) won second prize at the Worldwide Photography Gala for the Julia Margaret Cameron Award in the the Landscapes & Cityscapes category.
Sam Falls (MFA10) co-curated the group exhibition Productive Step at Mt. Tremper Arts, Mt. Tremper, New York, July 9–August 21.
Alex Nathanson (GS09) had a live video performance of Grey Matter at Glasslands Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, July 9.
Alinka Echeverria (PJ08) launched her book The Road to Tepeyac (Actes Sud, 2011), winner of the HSBC Book Award, at the Rencontres d'Arles, Arles, France, July 8.
Kristen Dorata (GS11) is in the group exhibition Family Value: Summer Portrait Salon at the Michael Mazzeo Gallery, New York City, July 7–August 5.
Go Sugimoto (GS03) and faculty member Chuck Kelton have an exhibition Works on Paper at Robert Anderson Gallery, New York, July 5–September 24.
Stephanie Cardon (GS01) has a sound installation and exhibition Above Within Below at the Jane Deering Gallery, Gloucester, Massachusetts, July 1–30.
Arielle Bier (MFA11) performs in the Diverse Universe Performance Festival, London, United Kingdom, July 1–3.
Jesse Chan (MFA10) co-curated the group exhibition Spaced Out: New Staff Work at CCNY, which includes Arturo Acosta (GS08), at the Camera Club of New York, New York City, June 29–August 13.
Adam Ames (GS94) as half of Type A has an exhibition Type A: Barrier and Trigger at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, Connecticut, June 26–December 31.
Andrea Stern (PJ90) and faculty members Bill Armstrong, Elinor Carucci, Michael Ackerman, Sally Gall, Bastienne Schmidt, and Sylvia Plachy are in the exhibition New Yorker Fiction/Real Photography at the Steven Kasher Gallery, New York City, June 9–July 9.
Jules Spinatsch (PJ94) is in the exhibition Real Venice, as part of the 54th Venice Biennale, at the Monasterio San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice, Italy, June 4–September 30. He has an installation Himmel noval at the Arte Hotel Bregaglia, Promontgno, Switzerland, June 26–October 1.
Dayanita Singh (GS88) and Yto Barrada (PJ94) are included in the 54th Venice Biennale ILLUMInations, Venice, Italy, June 4–November 27.
Nancy Borowick (PJ10), Brian Driscoll (PJ10), Eric Michael Johnson (PJ10), Giacomo Perasti (PJ10), Mae Ryan (PJ10) photographed orphanages for disabled children near Moscow for a project led by faculty member Ed Kashi.
Michael Itkoff (MFA10) is on the panel "The Future of Photobooks" at the Flash Forward Festival, Boston, Massachusetts, June 4.
Valentina Medda (GS08) performed How to Be Beautiful in the Piazza San Domenico, Bologna, Italy on June 4.
Brigitte Grignet (PJ99) is in the exhibition In the Margin: Belgian Documentary Photography at Dr. Guislain Museum, Gent, Belgium, June 1–September 4. She is also featured on NPR's The Picture Show for her series Chiloe-La Cruz del Sur.
David Trilling (GS02) published "Central Asia: Is Russia Ready to Address Central Asia's Border Woes?" on Eurasianet.org, on June 1.
Dayanita Singh (PJ88) published House of Love, with text by Infinity Award recipient Aveek Sen, in conjunction with the exhibition on view through September 5 at the Peabody Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Liz Sales (MFA10) is part of the group exhibition Based on a True Story at Conveyor Arts, Hoboken, New Jersey, which opens June 4.
Minny Lee (PJ08) curated the exhibition Nature Within, which includes Vicky Amian Azcoitia (GS10), Sieglinde Cassel (GS08), Tara Cronin (GS08, MFA10), Christian Erroi (GS01), Rachel Gardam (PJ08), Sheila Griffin (PJ08), Becky Holladay (PJ08), Daniel Kukla (PJ08), Minny Lee (PJ08), Ruben Reyes (PJ08), Liz Sales (MFA10), Erica Silberstein (PJ08), Yasmine Soiffer (GS08), Brendon Stuart (PJ08), Hiroshi Sumiyama (PJ08), Alejandra Ungarte Bedwell (MFA10) at the Ise Cultural Foundation, New York City, June 3–July 1.
Dayanita Singh (GS88) is in the group exhibition Paris-Delhi-Bombay at the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France, May 25–September 19.
Arielle Bier (MFA11) performs Kitsch N' Shit at the MEME Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 28.
Jeff Mermelstein (GS81) has a portfolio Street Couture on The New Yorker Photo Booth blog.
Go Sugimoto (GS03), faculty member Alison Bradley (NYU/ICP96), and faculty member Ed Grazda are in the exhibition Paris-Delhi-Bombay at the Centre Pompidou, Paris, France, May 25–September 19.
Lauren Silberman (MFA08) participated in the revolving exhibition Reliquary at AD Projects, New York City, May 22–27.
Ann Woo (GS08) is in the group exhibition Always the Young Strangers at Higher Pictures, New York City, May 19–July 9.3
Morten Andersen (PJ91) has an exhibition Black & Blue at Podium, Oslo, Norway, May 27–June 12.
Felisia Tandiono (GS09) is in the group exhibition Shifting Sensorium at 319 Scholes Street, Brooklyn, May 26–27.
Stacy Arezou Mehrfar (GS02), Naomi Harris (PJ98), and faculty member Amy Stein are in the group exhibition No Direction Home at Depot II Gallery, Sydney, Australia, May 24–June 4.
Sam Falls (MFA10) has an exhibition Somewhere to Go at OHWOW, Los Angeles, California, May 21–June 11.
Antonio Bolfo (PJ09) and Alinka Echeverria (PJ08) have been selected to participate in the 18th Joop Swart Masterclass.
Martine Fougeron (GS06) and Clemence de Limburg (PJ07) were featured in "The Fully Engaged Lens" in The New York Times.
Christine Callahan (MFA09), faculty member, is featured in video on Aperture's Exposures blog.
Jacopo Quaranta (PJ10) was interviewed on the New York Times' Lens Blog about his work documenting the uprising in Cairo, Egypt.
Chikara Umihara (GS07) has been awarded the Ne Plus Ultra prize from the Jen Bekman Gallery, New York City, as part of its annual Hey Hot Shot! competition. Chikara receives representation by the Jen Bekman Gallery, a solo exhibition at the gallery, and a $10,000 stipend.
Alinka Echeverria (PJ08) won the 2011 Prix HSBC pour la Photographie. Her project The Road to Tepeyac is on view at Galerie Le Réverbère, Lyon, France, May 18-July 28.
Christina Clusiau (GS07) wrote about this project for Time magazine.
João Pina (PJ05) was a finalist for the Henri Nannen Prize in the Photo Reportage category in Hamburg, Germany.
Christoph Bangert (PJ03) is in the group exhibition Japan/now at Fovea Exhibitions, Beacon, New York, May 14–July 17.
Matthew Porter (MFA06), faculty member, has an exhibition The Undeated at Invisible-Exports, New York City, May 13–June 19.
Leonora Hamill (GS03) was represented by Podbielski Contemporary at the Milan Image Art Fair, Milan, Italy, May 13–15.
Ixone Sadaba (GS06) participated in the ISCP Open Studios, Brooklyn, on May 12.
Sam Falls (MFA10) has exhibited work at the New York Photo Festival, Brooklyn, in the Tierney Fellowship exhibition, May 11–15.
Martine Fougeron (GS06) gave a lecture at the New York Photo Festival, Brooklyn, on May 14; she was also in the group exhibition Subjective/Objective at the New York Photo Festival, May 11–15.
Adam Ames (GS94), as part of Type A, has an installation of videos, photography, sculpture and drawings at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, New York.
Anthola Lelekidis (Teen Academy Intern 07) has her BFA exhibition at Calumet Gallery, New York City, May 10 – 20.
Cynthia Farnell (GS96) in in the May issue of the online magazine Oneonethousand with a portfolio titled Sunday Drive.
Jessica Dimmock (PJ05) was the cinematographer for the film Without, which was award a Special Jury Prize at the Atlanta Film Festival, Atlanta, Georgia. The film is next shown at the Seattle Film Festival, Seattle, Washington.
Charles Lu (GS09) is in a group exhibition at the Illuminated Metropolis Gallery, New York City, May 5–28.
Paolo Morales (Teen Imagemakers08) is in the group exhibition Double Consciousness at the C Street Gallery, Laurel, Maryland, May 5–June 18.
Jules Spinatsch (PJ94) is in the exhibition Open Frame at Centre Régional d'Art Contemporain Languedoc-Roussillon, Sète, France, April 22 - June 2.
Sieglinde Cassel (GS08), Tara Cronin (GS08, MFA10), Marla Leigh Caplan (MFA07), Kim Kremer (MFA09) and Megan Cump, faculty member, are in the group exhibition Emerging Landscape at Society Gallery, New York City, April 28–May 28.
Athena Torri (GS10) is in the group exhibition The Outsider, curated by faculty member Thomas Carabasi, at the Selby Gallery, Ringling College of Art, Sarasota, Florida, April 29–May 6.
Tadej Znidarcic (PJ07) is interviewed on Daylight magazine's website about his project Being Gay in Uganda.
Sarah Girner (PJ09) began a photography zine, Gallimaufry Edition, which released its first issue in April and includes the work of Sahara Mirna Borja (PJ09), Phil Brown (PJ09), Matt McDonough (PJ09), and Sunny Shokrae (PJ09).
Floriane de Lassée has an exhibition Présences at Galerie Philippe Chaume, Paris, France, April 8–June 4; and Inside Views at Espace Dupon, Paris, France, April 27–May 24.
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.
Sofia Cordova (GS05), as part of ChuCha Santamaria Y Usted, has a mini-LP Fiebre Tropical issued by Young Cub Records.
Egan Frantz (GS08) has an exhibition Used Youth at Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York City, April 17–May 1. He is also included in the group exhibition Tax Day, News Day, and Smoke at the Emily Harvey Foundation, New York City, April 16–May 1.
Yto Barrada (PJ94) has a solo exhibition Riffs at Deutsche Guggenheim, April 15–June 19, Berlin, Germany, as part of her 2011 Artist of the Year Award from Deutsche Bank.
Yo Imae (PJ07) and staff member Bradly Dever Treadaway are in the group exhibition Photography Now 2011 at the Center of Photography at Woodstock, New York, April 9–May 30.
Bettina Johae (NYU/ICP02) is in the group exhibition Crossing the Atlantic: 40 Years of DAAD New York, April 8–22, at the Chelsea Art Museum, New York City.
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.
Fryd Frydendahl (GS09) has been awarded a 2011 Camera Club of New York Fellowship.
Tara Cronin (MFA10) is in a two-person exhibition with faculty member S. Billie Mandle at the Pictura Gallery, Bloomington, Indiana, April–May; she is also profiled on Discover Magazine's blog in "Blood of Tree, Blood of Me."
Liz Sales (MFA10) is included in the Spring 2011 issue of Conveyor Arts Magazine's Spring 2011 issue "Curiosities."
Egan Frantz (GS08) has a solo exhibition in the Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York City, March 25–April 3.
Gabriele Stabile (PJ07) and faculty member Thomas Holton are in the group exhibition Moveable Feast: Fresh Produce and the New York City Green Cart Movement at the Museum of the City of New York, March 22–July 10.
Amira al-Sharif (PJ11) is one of Newsweek and The Daily Beast's 150 Women Who Shake the World.
Samantha Box (PJ06) and Tadej Znidarcic (PJ07) are in the group exhibition Moving Walls 18 at the Open Society Institute, New York City, opening March 16.
Arielle Bier (MFA11) performs at INFILTRATE! as part of the Fountain Art Fair, New York City, on March 4.
Phillip Gutman (GS08) has a solo exhibition at the Boutique Eat Shop, New York City, opening March 3.
Ixone Sadaba (GS06) is represented in the Scope New York art fair by the Witzenhausen Gallery, New York City, March 3–6; she also has a residency at the International Studio and Curatorial Program, New York City.
Marla Leigh Caplan (MFA07) has curated the exhibition Love is a River, which includes her work and the work of Charles Atherton (MFA07), Tara Cronin (MFA10), Dillon DeWaters (MFA10), Michael Itkoff (MFA10), Rebecca Leopold (MFA08), Joshua Lutz (MFA05), Alyssa Taylor Wendt (MFA08), staff member Sophie Barbasch, and faculty member Lynn Saville, at the Estuary Gallery, Beacon, New York, March 12–May 1.
Yael Ben-Zion (GS07) has a solo exhibition 5683 miles away at the Milton J. Weill Art Gallery in the 92nd Street Y, New York, March 2–May 2.
Flemming Ove Bech (GS09), Sam Falls (MFA10), Sarah Girner (PJ09), Grace Kim (GS05), Gillian Laub (GS98), Paula McCartney (GS96), Ann Woo (GS08), and faculty member Bradley Farwell are included in the Humble Arts Foundation's The Collector's Guide to New Art Photography Volume 2, edited by Amani Olu and Jon Feinstein. The Foundation will have a book launch party and exhibition on March 4 at the Chelsea Art Museum. The exhibition is on view March 5–April 2.
Sam Falls (MFA10) is in the group exhibition The Final Show at Capricious Space, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, February 25–March 6.
Jeff Mermelstein (GS81) has a series of photographs Ready or Not, Here They Come in the Spring Fashion Issue of New York Magazine, February 21–28.
Deidre Schoo (PJ07) covered Fashion Week parties for the New York Times.
Adam Ames (GS94) is profiled in the article "Dynamic Duos" by Hilarie M. Sheets in the February issue of ARTnews.
Unhee Park (GS10) has a solo exhibition Visitor at the Chelsea West Gallery, New York City, February 17–28.
Caroline Niémant (GS00) has published a monograph by the artist Constant Dullaart through her imprint Peeping Tom Editions, Paris.
Tuomas Korpijaakko (MFA10) has three self-published books, Deaf Dumb Blind Dead, Bookmarks, and GrownDown, featured on the blog of Self Publish, Be Happy.
Myriam Abdelaziz (PJ06) has published "Egyptian Revolt," her series of images and audio of the recent protests in Cairo, Egypt.
Carey Denniston (GS06) is in the College Art Assocation New York Area MFA Exhibition at the Hunter College/Times Square Gallery, New York City, February 9–April 9.
Osvaldo Ponton (GS10) has a solo exhibition Sobre Blanco at the Centro de Bellas Artes, Ateneo de Maracaibo, Venezuela, opening February 10.
Sean Hanratty (GS06), now based in Shanghai, wrote "Shanghai Small Commodities Market: Deck the Halls for Chinese New Year" for CNNGo, February 3.
Chikara Umihara (GS07) is part of the Hey Hot Shot! 2010 Showcase at the Jen Bekman Gallery, New York City, February 5–March 6.
Charlotte Haslund-Christensen (PJ97) is a participant in Generous Gestures: An Exhibition on Art and Interculturalism in Denmark at the Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art, Copenhagen, February 5–13.
Daniel Canogar (NYU/ICP90) has three solo exhibitions in conjunction with ARCO Madrid: Spin at Galeria Max Estrella, opening February 3; Vortices at Fundacion Canal, opening February 7; Traversias at Canal de Isabel II, opening February 7.
Bonile Pam (PJ04) has a solo exhibition Recognitions at the Seippel Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa, opening February 3.
David Godichaud (PJ10) has a solo exhibition at the Union Club of New York, New York City, February 17. It includes work David did in the Union Club while he was a student at ICP.
Sam Falls (MFA10) has a solo exhibition Everything Keeps Being Nothing at Higher Pictures, New York City, February 5–March 19.
Satomi Shirai (GS07) has a solo exhibition Making Believe at the Motus Fort Gallery, Tokyo, January 14–February 19.
Ester Jové Soligue (PJ09) has a solo exhibition Shadows on the cliff at the Center for Cultures and Cross-border Cooperation of the Cappont Campus in Lleida, Spain, January 11–February 4.
Holly Bynoe (MFA10) has launched a print and e-magazine ARC Magazine, which features contemporary artists practicing in the Caribbean and its diaspora; Holly is also in the group exhibition Wrestling with the Image: Caribbean Interventions at the Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, D.C., January 21–March 10.
Sam Falls (MFA10) is in the group exhibition Painted Pictures, curated by Arthur Ou, at the Blackston Gallery, New York City, January 15–February 15.
Daniel Canogar (NYU/ICP90) has two installations Spin and Hippocampus 2 as part of the Sundance Film Festival's New Frontier, January 20–30.
Morten Andersen (PJ91) is a participant in Photo Eye's online magazine's "The Best Photo Books of 2010."
Andreas Rentsch (GS90), faculty member, is in the group exhibition New Artists at Galerie BMG through February 24.
Alessandra Sanguinetti (GS92) is in the group exhibition Cinq Etranges Albums de Famille at Le Bal, Paris, through April 17.
Pierre LeHors (MFA10) has a solo exhibition Alikeness and a release party for his book Firework Studies on January 20 at Ed.Varie.
Heather O'Brien (GS09) is in the group exhibitions (dis)location at the Art for Change Gallery through April 2; and Studio LLC at the Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning, January 26–March 26.
Emile Hyperion Dubuisson (GS08) is the recipient of the 2011 Camera Club of New York Darkroom Residency.
Abigail Simon (MFA06) is the current guest-blogger for Camera Club of New York.
Emile Hyperion Dubuisson (GS08) is in the group exhibition Girls, Girls, Girls at the Jenkins Johnson Gallery, January 13–February 25.
Jessica Dimmock (PJ05) is the cinematographer and co-producer of the feature film Without, which will be shown at the Slamdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, January 23 and 25.
Tuomas Korpijaakko (MFA10) and Pierre LeHors (MFA10) are in the group exhibition Finished at the Showpaper 42nd St Gallery, January 6–28.
Eli Sudbrack (GS99), aka Assume Vivid Astro Focus, had an exhibition, Ilegítimo, at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, September 10, 2010–January 9, 2011.