Liz Sales (MFA10) interviewed Michael Spears for ARC Magazine.
Birgitta Lund (GS89) photographed "René Redzepi. Cuisine boréale" for Libération magazine.
Francesco Palombi (GS12) and Pierre Le Hors (MFA10) are 2013 Darkroom Residents at the Camera Club of New York.
Daniel Canogar (NYU/ICP90) has an exhibition Quadratura at the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Gas Natural Fenosa, A Coruna, Spain, December 13, 2012–May 12, 2013.
Alexandra Catiere (GS05) has a portfolio of work included in the magazine of the Jeu de Paume museum.
Gabriele Stabile (GS07) has his project and book Refugee Hotel featured on TIME's Lightbox blog; he and Juliet Linderman were interviewed about the book in The Atlantic.
Nandita Raman (MFA12) and faculty members Mark Alice Durant and Bernard Yenelouis are included in issue 4 of Conveyor Magazine.
Jessica Dimmock (PJ05) photographed the article "Netherland" for The New Yorker.
Sam Falls (MFA10) is in the group exhibition It Ain't Fair 2012 at OHWOW as part of Art Basel Miami Beach, December 6–9.
Michael Avedon (GS13) is profiled in The New York Times.
Cara Bloch (GS98) and Gillian Laub (GS98) have an installation Operation Meltdown at the Shelborne Hotel as part of Art Basel Miami Beach, December 5–7.
Jared Buschang (GS11) is profiled in Vice magazine.
Yto Barrada (PJ94) has an exhibition Riffs at the Fotomuseum Winterthur, Zurich, Switzerland, December 1, 2012–February 17, 2013; she is participating in a talk there on December 2.
Gabriele Stabile (GS07) had his book Refugee Hotel published by McSweeney's Voice of Witness imprint.
Viviana Peretti (PJ10) has her series Desperate Intentions featured in issue 2 of the online journal BETA.
Victor Sira (PJ91) and Shiori Kawasaki (PJ07) interviewed Curtis Hamilton (MFA11) and Morten Andersen (PJ91) for their website Book Dummy Press.
Yto Barrada (PJ94) is profiled in volume 91 of Parkett.
Flemming Ove Bech (GS09) has a new book Sonic Booms to Consider with Johan Rosenmunthe from Lodret Vandret.
Fryd Frydendahl (GS09) is speaking at the Camera Club of New York and signing copies of her book The Summer of Yes on November 30. She is also in the group exhibition Ethnoscapes at Chashama 461 Gallery and Studio, November 28–December 2.
Alex Nathanson (GS09) is giving a performance of improvised video with Dylan Neely at Fitness on November 25.
Jeff Mermelstein (GS81) has a series of photos Face Time in The New York Times Magazine.
Viviana Peretti (PJ10) photographed the article "The Bride is All Dressed in Red" for The New York Times.
Beth Chucker (MFA09) curated the group exhibition Finding Family, which includes Theresa Edmonds (MFA09), Kim Kremer (MFA09), Lauren Silberman (MFA09), and Katie Watson (MFA09) at Icon Projects, Los Angeles, California, November 16–December 31.
Andrea Hagge (GS95) is on G1 Television in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, discussing her most recent project.
Viviana Peretti (PJ10) has her project Babel, the Urge to Pray featured on BBC News.
Bettina Johae (NYU/ICP02) is leading tours of selected sites of condemnation in Brooklyn as part of project eminent domain, nyc on November 17 and December 8.
Grace Kim (GS05) is presenting a video installation as part of a Synthetic Zero event at the BronxArtSpace, November 16 and November 28–30.
Mark Manley (PJ06) is interviewed in the fall 2012 issue of Emerging Photographer, discussing the school's alumni exhibition Strike Anywhere.
Go Sugimoto (GS03) has an exhibition at ION Studio.
Sam Falls (MFA10) is featured in the November issue of Art in America in an article by ICP Curator Christopher Phillips; he also has a new monograph Problems with Decomposition from Morel Books.
Beth Chucker (MFA09) curated the exhibition Finding Family, which includes Theresa Edmonds (MFA09), Kim Kremer (MFA09), Lauren Silberman (MFA08), and Katie Watson (MFA09), at The Icon, Los Angeles, California, November 16–December 31.
Pradeep Dalal (MFA05) and Joshua Lutz (MFA05) are participants in the Paul Brach Visiting Artist Lecture Series on November 15 at the California Institute of Fine Arts, Valencia, California.
Egan Frantz (GS08) has an exhibition Room Temperature at Roberts & Tilton Gallery, Los Angeles, California, November 11–December 15. He is also in the group exhibition New New York at the Essl Museum, Vienna, Austria, November 12, 2012–January 4, 2013.
Alex Morel (GS95) is giving a talk in conjunction with his EN FOCO exhibition Relaciones & Relatos/Relations & Tales at the Pregones Theater on November 10.
Carl Wooley (GS08) is in the group exhibition What Happens When You're Lost: Hartford Art School MFA Photography 2012 at 25CPW, November 3–11. The opening reception is November 8.
Anja Hitzenberger (GS91) is included in the group exhibition Out of Salzburg at whiteBox e.V., Munich, Germany, November 2–25.
Melanie Einzig (NYU/ICP96) and Jeff Mermelstein (GS81) with faculty members Alex Webb and Joel Meyerowitz are in the group exhibition Cartier-Bresson: A Question of Colour at Somerset House, London, November 1, 2012–January 27, 2013.
Grace Kim (GS05) and faculty member Deana Lawson are in the group exhibition Made in Woodstock at the Center for Photography at Woodstock, New York, October 27–December 30.
Viviana Peretti (PJ10) has a series of photographs "Where the Bones of Ships Are Laid to Rest" in The New York Times.
Stefan Maria Rother (PJ86) has an exhibition Streets of Berlin at the German Consulate General, October 30–November 27.
Flemming Ove Bech (GS09) is interviewed in online magazine Études.
Anna Beeke (PJ09) is the recipient of the 2012 WIP–LTI/Lightside Materials Grant from the Humble Arts Foundation and Women in Photography.
Lina Haskel (GS05) is featured in Swedish photography magazine Proffsfoto.
Mauro Restiffe (GS95) is in the group exhibition Plans for Escape: An Exhibition Under Construction at the Centro Cultural Banco de Brasil, Sao Paulo, October 27, 2012–January 6, 2013.
Tuomas Korpijaakko (MFA10) is interviewed in Bookdummypress, which is edited by Shiori Kawasaki (PJ07) and faculty member Victor Sira (PJ91).
Julie Nymann (GS12) won first prize for her project Walking in the Mind at the Bideodromo 2012 International Experimental Film and Video Festival, Bilbao, Spain; it is being screened at the Bilbao Arte on October 24.
Matthew Monteith (GS95) is a Visiting Artist at the University of Texas at Austin.
Egan Frantz (GS08) is interviewed in Interview Magazine.
Anja Hitzenberger (GS91) is screening The Paris Film in the Not Festival in Dansehallerne, Copenhagen, Denmark, on October 22.
Amin Husain (GS10) and Nitasha Dhillon (GS10), as the editors of Tidal Journal, are leading a group session at the Creative Time Summit 2012: Confronting Inequality at New York University on October 13.
Michi Jigarjian (GS09, MFA12) and Libby Pratt (MFA12) published the anthology Writing as Practice: Peripheral Continuity with a forward by MFA Chair Nayland Blake and includes contributions by faculty members Pradeep Dalal (MFA05), Moyra Davey, David Deitcher, Zoe Leonard, and Carlos Motta. A release party for the book takes place at Murray Guy Gallery on October 20.
Alinka Echeverria (PJ08) is the International Photography Awards' 2012 International Photographer of the Year.
Stephanie Keith (PJ01) has been chosen by the Newswomen's Club of New York as Newswoman of the Year.
Brendon Stuart (PJ08) is presenting his project The 99% at Salon Ciel on October 19.
Dayanita Singh (PJ88) has an exhibition The Adventures of a Photographer at the Bildmuseet, Umea University, Umea, Sweden, October 14, 2012–January 13, 2013.
Gianni Cipriani (PJ08) photographed the article "Corruption Is Seen as a Drain on Italy's South" for The New York Times.
Alex Morel (GS95) has an exhibition Relaciones & Relatos/Relations & Tales at the Pregones Theater, October 8–December 2.
Alessandra Sanguinetti (GS92) is the keynote speaker at the Society for Photographic Education West regional conference at the California College of the Arts, Oakland, California, October 8.
Paul Qaysi (MFA09) has an exhibition A Sea of Patterns at the Pegasus Gallery at Middlesex Community College, Middletown, Connecticut, October 3–November 1.
David Smith (MFA07) guest-curated the online exhibition $ for Culturehall, October 3–November 6.
Bettina Johae (NYU/ICP02) is in a group exhibition at CollectiCo, October 2–December 28.
Nikol David (GS08) and Athena Torri (GS10) are on Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards' shortlist for First PhotoBook; Nikol for her book Watching and Athena for her book Hired Hand published by Flemming Ove Bech's (GS09) Landret Publications.
Arantxa Cedillo (PJ05) wrote the article "Mustang, le nid d'aigle du bouddhisme" for the October issue of GEO France.
Yvonne Venegas (PJ99) has an exhibition Nunca será más joven que este día at the Museu de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City, September 21, 2012–January 13, 2013.
Anna Gabriela Malta (PJ12) is in the group exhibition Photography Works at Clover's Fine Art Gallery, September 30–November 11.
Sophie Elbaz (PJ85) has an exhibition Géographies Intérieures at the Musée d'art et d'histoire du Judaïsme, Paris, France, September 28, 2012–January 27, 2013.
Bettina Johae (NYU/ICP02) is in the group exhibition Everyday Formalism at NYU Deutsches Haus, September 28–November 13.
Liz Sales (MFA10) has a new publication This Folder May Contain Clippings and Other Ephemeral Material from Conveyor Arts.
Andrea Stern (PJ90) is signing her limited edition book The Wrong Roadtrip at the NY Art Book Fair on September 29.
Daphne Chang (GS07) is presenting and discussing her project My Body is a Cage at Pessi88 on September 26.
Matthew Porter (MFA06) and faculty members Nancy Davenport and Craig Kalpakjian 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.
Gianni Cipriani (PJ08) photographed The New York Times' "A Tiny Mediterranean Nation, Awash in Immigrants With Nowhere to Go."
Alinka Echeverria (PJ08) is the International Photography Awards' 2012 International Photographer of the Year in the editorial category.
Adrian Fussell (PJ12) is the recipient of the 2012 Ian Parry Scholarship.
Stacy Mehrfar (GS02) and faculty member Amy Stein published Tall Poppy Syndrome, with DECODE Books.
Paul Nathan (GS08) published Generation Ink: Williamsburg, Brooklyn with Pelluceo Publishing.
Tara Cronin (GS08, MFA10) has an exhibition Blood of Tree, Blood of Me at the Museo de la Ciudad, Queretaro, Mexico, September 21–November 11.
Adam Ames (GS94), as part of Type A, is exhibiting an installation Barrier at the Johnson Museum of Art, Ithaca, New York, September 21–December 23.
Lina Haskel (GS05) receive honorable mentions from the 2012 International Photography Awards in the fine art and book categories.
Stephanie Cardon (GS01) with Marc McNulty has an installation in the group exhibition Elsewhere at The Distillery Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts, September 20–October 26.
Dayanita Singh (GS98) is one the artists who will represent Germany in the 2013 Venice Biennale, June 1–November 24, 2013.
Antoine D'Agata (PJ91) is interviewed by Guide to Unique Photography Magazine.
Grace Kim (GS05) and Sam Falls (MFA10) are included in the Foam Magazine Talent Issue launch at the MC Theater, Amsterdam, on September 21, as part of the Unseen Photo Fair, September 19–23.
Pete Pin (PJ11) and faculty member Brenda Ann Kenneally (NYU/ICP97) are in conversation about Pete's project The Cambodian Diaspora at The Half King on September 18.
Dayanita Singh (PJ88) is in the 4th Guangzhou Triennial The Unseen at the Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou, China, September 18–December 16.
Paola Nunez Solorio (GS10) is exhibiting her project Serenade for New York as part of Fiesta Grande, a festival celebrating Mexican Independence Day, at the New Rochelle Public Library, New York, on September 16.
Eri Morita (GS95) is exhibiting a slideshow of work as part of Elements of Light at the Nippon Photography Institute, Tokyo, on September 15.
Satomi Shirai (GS07) has an exhibition Home & Home at Heiner Contemporary, Washington DC, September 14–October 27.
Pierre Le Hors (MFA10) is in the group exhibition Vague Storytelling at the Camera Club of New York, September 14–October 27.
Antonia Wright (GS08) is in the group exhibition Trading Places II at the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami, September 13–November 11.
Daniel Kukla (PJ08) has an exhibition Captive Landscapes at Pictura Gallery, September 7–October 27.
Anoine D'Agata (PJ91) has an exhibition Odysseia at the Kahmann Gallery, Amsterdam, September 7–October 27.
Josh Lehrer (GS05) is in the group exhibition The Sexuality Spectrum at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Museum, September 6, 2012–June 28, 2013.
Lydia Panas (NYU/ICP89) has an exhibition The Mark of Abel on view at the RayKo Photo Center, San Francisco, California, September 5–October 5.
Sumit Dayal (PJ06), Peeter Laurits (GS91), and Paula McCartney (GS96) are in the group exhibition Terra Cognita at the Noorderlicht Photo Festival, Amsterdam, September 2–October 7.
Isabel Figueroa (GS11) has an exhibition I'm Not From Here at St. John's University's Mezzanine Gallery, August 23–October 12.
Noura Al-Salem (GS10), Allen Chen (GS10), Frances Denny(GS10), Nicole Horton (GS10), and Osvaldo Ponton (GS10) have published a new magazine Scrapped, which is having its launch at 25CPW's Red Roots Gallery on August 23.
Satomi Shirai (GS07) is in the group exhibition Portraiture Now: Asian American Portraits of Encounter at the National Portrait Gallery, Washington DC, August 12–October 14.
Sarah Girner (GS09) and Lourdes Jeannette (GS10) are among the winners of PDN's Faces: Portrait Photography Contest.
David Trilling (GS02) wrote and photographed the article "Turkmenistan: British Complaint Bores into Murky World of Spyware Usage" for Eurasianet.org.
Alinka Echeverria (PJ08) was profiled in "Artist Alinka Echeverria Photographs Yearly Mexico City Pilgrimage in 'Road to Tepeyac'" on Huffington Post.
Jeff Luckey (MFA05) was interviewed in "Travel Writing as Art in the Digital World: The New Informal Destination Guide" for Matador Network.
Lina Haskel (GS05) has an exhibition Folket Hus — Space in Common at Galleri Kontrast, Stockholm, Sweden, August 25–September 23.
Brigitte Grignet (PJ99) has an artist's book Chiloé—La Cruz del Sur included in the exhibition DIY: Photographers and Books at the Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio, August 11–December 30. Paula McCartney (GS96) and faculty member Vincent Cianni are also in the exhibition.
Martine Fougeron (GS06) with Elisabeth Biondi juried Camera Club of New York's Annual Juried Competition; Nicolas Silberfaden (PJ07) received an honorable mention.
Fryd Frydendahl (GS09) has an exhibition The Summer of Yes at Kontor Projects, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 9–13.
Minny Lee (PJ08) is in the group exhibition Illusion at the Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, Colorado, August 3–September 1.
Nica Ross (MFA12) is part of the online exhibition Serial Trans-Action! on Culturehall.
David Trilling (GS02) co-wrote and photographed the article "Kyrgyzstan & Tajikistan: Disputed Border Heightens Risk of Conflict" for Eurasianet.org.
Dillon DeWaters (MFA10) is the recipient of a 2012 Tierney Fellowship.
Eli Sudbrak (GS99), as Assume Vivid Astro Focus, is included in the sixth season of Art 21.
Fryd Frydendahl (GS09) was interviewed by faculty member Allen Frame 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.
Antonio Bolfo (PJ09) has an exhibition Impact: Life on the Housing Beat at the Half King, July 24–September 9.
Jesse Newman (PJ08) wrote about Daniel Kukla (PJ08) in "Life On the Desert's Edge" for The New York Times LENS blog.
Dillon DeWaters (MFA10), Daniel Temkin (MFA12) and Hannah Whitaker (MFA06) are in the group exhibition Brand Innovations for Ubiquitous Authorship at Higher Pictures, July 19–August 17.
Flemming Ove Bech (GS09) is representing Lodret Vandret, the photography-based collective and independent imprint he co-founded, at the Copeland Book Market, London, United Kingdom, July 19–22.
Jason Andrew (PJ07) is a finalist for the 2012 Leica Oskar Barnack Award.
Gastón Solnicki (GS03) received The Lia Award for his film Papirosen at the Jerusalem Film Festival.
Xevi Muntane (GS98) photographed the "Viva España" issue of magazine EY! Magateen.
Lourdes Jeannette (GS10) is in the group exhibition 31 Women in Art Photography at Hasted Kraeutler Gallery, July 26–August 17; she is also in the group exhibition Backlash at Soho20 Gallery, July 17–August 11.
Mauro Restiffe (GS95) is in the group exhibition Urban Archives: The Ritual of Chaos at the Bronx Museum of the Arts, July 19, 2012–January 6, 2013.
Brigitte Grignet (PJ99) has a series of photographs "Postcard from Aysén: Last Days in Patagonia" on The New Yorker Photo Booth blog.
Fryd Frydendahl (GS09) published her second book The Summer of Yes with Nyt Nordisk Forlag.
Samantha Box (PJ06) is in the group exhibition Testimony: A Living Exhibition of Queer Youth at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, July 17–28.
Yael Ben-Zion (GS07) has an exhibition 5683 Miles Away at the Armin and Estelle Gold Wing Gallery of the Hebrew Tabernacle, opening July 14.
Anais Wade (GS09), as part of Young and Hungry, photographed the story "Ode to a Summer's Catch" for issue #4 of Kinfolk magazine.
Dayanita Singh (PJ88) is interviewed in the summer issue of Modern Painters magazine.
Alexandra Catiere (GS05) has an exhibition Here, Beyond the Mists at Rencontre d'Arles, France, July 2–September 23; she is also signing her book, which was published as part of her 2011 BMW Residency from the Musée Nicéphore Niepce, on July 5.
Paul McCartney (GS96) and Matthew Porter (MFA06) are included in Conveyor Arts Magazine's "Smoke + Mirrors issue, which will debut at Family Business Gallery on July 1.
Michael Itkoff (MFA10) has an online portfolio Between 2 Lakes featured in Fraction Magazine.
Liz Sales (MFA10) is teaching a workshop "How to Make a Camera Out of Anything" at Photoville on June 30 and July 1.
Michi Jigarjian (MFA11) co-curated the exhibition Solitude of Space: Celebrating the work of Jerome Mallmann and the CCNY Staff, which includes work by Arturo Acosta (GS08), at the Camera Club of New York, June 29–August 11.
Yuki Shingai (GS11) and faculty member Bill Jacobson are in the group exhibition The Perfect Storm at Julie Saul Gallery, June 28–August 17.
Anna Beeke (PJ09) and faculty member Amy Stein are in the group exhibition Into the Woods at Clampart, June 28–August 17.
Spencer Tunick (GS90) photographed his art installation The Ring in front of the Bavarian State Opera, Munich, Germany, in celebration of the opening of the 2012 Munich Opera Festival.
Josh Lehrer (GS05) is exhibiting his portrait series Becoming Visible at Photoville, June 22–July 1.
David Smith (MFA07) is presenting work in the program Eleven Hands Clapping at Vaudeville Park on June 30.
Michael Itkoff (MFA10) is moderating a talk, which includes faculty members Elinor Carucci and Ed Kashi, about the book Photographs Not Taken (Daylight, 2012) at Photoville on June 29.
Brenda Ann Kenneally (NYU/ICP97) is part of the panel "Prison Photography" in conjunction with the exhibition Cruel and Unusual, which was at Noorderlicht Photography in the Netherlands, at Photoville on June 23.
Kristoffer Axen (GS09) is in a group exhibition at Fållnäs Gård, Sorunda, Sweden, June 16–September 2; he is also in the 2011 Tierney Fellowship group exhibition at Photoville, June 22–July 2.
Lina Haskel (GS05) photographed the book Lasse Stefanz: Gammal kärlek rostar aldrig, a biography published by Bonnier Fakta; she is also a winner of the Documentary Photo Prize from the Arbetets Museum in Norrköping, Sweden for her project Folkets Hus—Space in Common.
Tadej Znidarcic (PJ07) has an article on his work in the June 2012 issue of National Geographic Slovenia. See more here.
Pepe Rubio Larrauri (PJ11) has a series of work Displaced in south Yemen featured on CNN's Photos blog.
Viviana Peretti (PJ10) has her series Wildlife? featured on the CNN Photos blog.
Flemming Ove Bech (GS09) published the special edition anthology Hired Hand, which includes the work of Athena Torri (GS10).
Gabriele Stabile (PJ07) had a book Places of Sorrow published by Cesura Publish; he also participated in Le Prix des Nuits Photographies: Les Lauréats in Paris on June 1.
Leonora Hamill (GS03) has an exhibition Leonora Hamill & Eric Pillot, Lauréats 2012, Prix HSBC pour la Photographie at Galerie Seine 51, Paris, June 15–July 7.
Anita Cruz-Eberhard (GS98) is in the group exhibition Behind the Curtain: The Aesthetics of the Photobook at Le Botanique in Brussels, Belgium, June 14–August 19.
Joseph Rodriguez (GS81), faculty member, has an exhibition Portraits from Another America at Taller Boricua, June 8–July 14.
Yael Ben-Zion (GS07) has an exhibition Lost and Found: A Reflection on Intermarriage at Le Chéile Art Space, June 7–July 9; she is also included in the Uptown Arts Review, an exhibition by the recipients of the 2012 NoMAA Creative Grant, at the Northern Manahattan Arts Alliance Gallery, June 7–July 13.
Paola Nunez Solorio (GS10) is in the group exhibition Inner Distance, opening June 7 at the Rabbithole Gallery.
Patricia Haemmerle (GS98) won the Swiss Photo Award for Fine Art from the Julius Bär Foundation.
Antoine D'Agata (PJ91) has an exhibition Anticorps at the Fotomuseum den Haag, The Netherlands, May 26–September 3.
Alinka Echeverria (PJ08) has an exhibition Private View at the EB&Flow Gallery, London, United Kingdom, May 25–June 22.
Cynthia Farnell (GS96) is in the group exhibition Spotlight at the Welch School Galleries, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, May 24–July 31.
Eli Sudbrak (GS99), aka Assume Vivid Astro Focus, has a book launch for Cyclops Trannies (Suzanne Geiss Company, 2012) on May 24 at Printed Matter, where special editions are on view through May 31.
Katrin Bjork (GS10) and Viviana Peretti (PJ10) are presenting their projects for the inaugural Open Show NYC event at the Bronx Documentary Center on May 24.
Mauro Restiffe (GS95) is giving a lecture about his work at Foto Empauta, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, on May 24.
Julie Quon (GS11) is a panelist for "America Through a Chinese Lens: Artists Talk," moderated by ICP Curator Christopher Phillips, at the Museum of the Chinese in America, May 24.
Yto Barrada (PJ94) has an exhibition Mobilier Urbain at Pace Gallery, London, United Kingdom, May 24–July 14.
Martin Weber (GS91) is in the group exhibition Open::Closed at 601 Artspace, May 17–September 29.
Brian Driscoll (PJ10) is in the group exhibition The Art of Documentary at powerHouse Arena as part of the New York Photo Festival, May 16–20.
Antoine D'Agata (PJ91) has a new book Positions published by Avarie.
Brendon Stuart (PJ08) has a series of photos featured in Time Out New York.
Joseph Rodriguez (GS81), faculty member, was profiled on The New York Times LENS blog in "Life on Both Sides of the Border."
Ann Woo (PJ08) and Jiajia Zhang (GS08) are in the group exhibition Groupshow Nr.2: Book or Belly at Claire Vague on May 9.
Marian Benes (GS03) was cited for the Corporate Design/Photo Products category in the 2012 PDN Photo Annual.
Tadej Znidarcic (PJ07) photographed "At Age 19, From Utah to Uganda" for The New York Times.
Egan Frantz (GS08) has an exhibition at Tomorrow Gallery, Toronto, Canada, April 19–May 20.
Stephanie Keith (PJ01) has a photograph chosen as one of Time Out New York's 50 iconic photographs of New York City.
Gaston Solnicki (GS03) is the winner of the Argentine competition for his film Papirosen at the Buenos Aires Independent Film Festival.
Andrea Camuto (GS05) published the monograph Terrain of Loss: Afghan Exiles in Their Own Land with El León Literary Arts.
Julie Quon (GS11), Ann Woo (PJ08), and Jiajia Zhang (GS08) are in the exhibition American Through a Chinese Lens at the Museum of the Chinese in America, April 26–September 10.
Paul Qaysi (MFA09) is in the group exhibition Making History as part of RAY 2012 Fotografieprojekte Frankfurt/RheinMain at various locations in Frankfurt, Germany, April 20–July 8.
Egan Frantz (GS08) has an exhibition The Serial Poem 1 & 2 & 3 & 4 & 5 & 6 at Tomorrow/Yesterday, Toronto, Canada, April 19–May 20.
Jules Spinatsch (PJ94) is in the group exhibition The Shaping of New Visions: Photography, Film, Photobook at the Museum of Modern Art, April 16–April 29.
Alex Nathanson (GS09) has interactive videos in Grasshopper, Spirograph Agnew, Merche Blasco, Alex Nathanson and Dylan Neely at Brooklyn Fireproof on April 7; he is also showing his videos in What a Nice TIme We Had Here at ABC No Rio on April 15.
Anja Hitzenberger (GS91), faculty member, has an exhibition Take Out: Chinese Fast Food Photographs at the Underline Gallery, April 5–May 13.
Balasz Turay (GS09) has an exhibition of his photo essay In Cold Blood: The Aftermath of Hate Crime at the FUGA Budapest Center of Architecture, Budapest, Hungary, through March 8–27.
Daniel Canogar (NYU/ICP90) has an exhibition Latidos at the Espacio Fundacio Telefonica, Buenos Aires, Argentina, March 31–June 23.
Alex Morel (GS95), in collaboration with students of St. John's University's photography program, curated Unpacking the FSA at the Dr. M.T. Geoffrey Yeh Art Gallery, March 20—May 2.
Nancy Borowick (PJ91) has photos she took at a Russian orphanage for children with physical disabilities featured on the CNN blog.
Adam Ames (PJ94), aka Type A, has an exhibition Guarded at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver, Colorado, March 30–June 24.
Ann Woo (PJ98) and Flemming Ove Bech (GS09) are in the group exhibition Bartholomew at the Gallery Steinsland Berliner, Stockholm, Sweden.
Kaori Nakamura (GS03) is showing her latest book works at Fringe Salon on Thursday, March 22.
Yto Barrada (PJ94) has an exhibition Riffs, as part of her Deutsches Bank Artist of the Year 2011 Award, at The Renaissance Society, Chicago, March 18–April 22.
Laís Pontes (GS11) is exhibiting work from her project Born Nowhere in the 6th Arte Laguna Prize exhibition, Venice, Italy, March 17–April 1.
Matthew Monteith (GS95) is in the exhibition Mind's Eye with Matt Ducklo at the Gallery at Hermès, March 16–April 28.
Alink Echeverria (PJ08) has exhibitions of The Road to Tepeyac and Small Miracles at the Lima Photography Biennial, Lima, Peru, March 19–June 24 and the Moscow Photobiennale 2012, Russia.
Yto Barrada (PJ94) was commissioned to create a Morocco to the Moon, a site-specific installation, with Zid Zid Kids for Art Dubai, United Arab Emirates, March 21–24.
Kheng-Li Wee (GS00) has an exhibition In the Valley is Silence at Littleton and Hennessy Asian Art, March 17–31.
Gillian Laub (GS98), faculty member, photographed The New York Times Magazine's March 11 cover story "What Happened to the Girls in Le Roy."
Leonora Hamill (GS03) has an exhibition Art in Progress at the Podbielski Contemporary in Berlin, Germany, March 10–April 29.
Amin Husain (GS10) is a participant in the panel "Occupy Rousseau" at the Celeste Bartos Forum of the The New York Public Llibrary on March 9.
Yael Ben-Zion (GS07) is in the group exhibition Women in the Heights: Intersections at the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance, March 8–April 30.
Go Sugimoto (GS03) has had prints accessioned by the Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro, as part of the Joaquim Paiva Collection.
Yto Barrada (PJ94) edited the book Album Cinémathèque de Tanger with Omar Berreda.
Tara Cronin (GS08, MFA10) and Lauren Silberman (MFA08) are in the one-night-only group exhibition A Valuation on February 24 at Alexander Clark & Friends.
Rachel Hulin (NYU/ICP02) was interviewed on CNN about her project The Flying Series.
Katrin Björk (GS10) was interviewed in Kopenhagen about her ongoing project Family Vacation.
Leonora Hamill (GS03) was awarded the Prix HSBC pour la Photographie, which includes exhibitions of her work across France and a monograph published by Actes Sud.
Fryd Frydendahl (GS09) has an exhibition of her project Romeoville, curated by faculty member Gerry Vezzuso, at the Little Fish Gallery in Sydney, Australia, February 23–March 3.
Guilia Bianchi, Mike Fernandez, Kirsty Griffin, Romina Hendlin, Mads Holm, Orly Kaufman, Monica Kapoor, Marily Konstantinopoulou, Pepe Rubio Larrauri, Evi Lemberger, Asmita Parelkar, Benjamin Petit—all from the Documentary Photography and Photojournalism class of 2011—have put work together for the book New York Edited, which was edited by faculty member Nadja Masri.
Isabel Figueroa (GS11) and Karen Roach have a joint exhibition The Here and Not at the Leonard Library, February 10–28.
Viviana Peretti (PJ10) has her project Desperate Intentions featured in the February issue of Guernica magazine.
Antonio Bolfo (PJ10) is featured on La Lettre de la Photographie about his project South Bronx.
Anita Cruz-Eberhard (GS98) is in the group exhibition Behind the Curtain: The Aesthetics of the Photobooth at the Musée de L'Elysée, Lausanne, Switzerland, February 17–May 20.
Evgenia Arbugaeva (PJ09) is a 2012 recipient of the Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund grant.
Minny Lee (PJ08) is in the group exhibition Small Works at Soho Photo, February 8–March 3.
Felisia Tandiono (GS09) is in the group exhibition Object as Performer at the Center for Performance Research, February 3–4.
Tiana Markova-Gold (PJ07) is a recipient of the 2012 Darkroom Residency Program at the Camera Club of New York.
Erica Leone (GS09), Heather M. O'Brien (GS09), and Felisia Tandiono (GS09), as the Work Progress Collective, are part of the exhibition Shifting Communities: The Work Office (TWO); Publicworks Office (PwO); Work Progress Collective (WPC) at the Bronx River Art Center, January 20–February 18.
Flemme Ove Bech (GS09) and Ann Woo (GS08) are participating in the event Sraunus Amsterdam: One Evening of Contemporary Projected Photography at Awa Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands, on January 17.
Daniel Kukla (PJ08) has an exhibition Captive Landscapes at the SRO Photo Gallery at Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas, January 17–February 12. He is also the 2012 Artist-in-Residence for Joshua Tree National Park.
Gaston Solnicki (GS03) is screening his film Papirosen at the American Museum of Moving Image on January 15.
Daniel Canogar (NYU/ICP 90) has an exhibition River of History at the Museum Borusan Contemporary, Istanbul, Turkey, January 13–April 15.
Yto Barrada (PJ94) is in the group exhibition Abstract Possible at the Tensta Konsthall, Spanga, Sweden, January 12–April 22.
Peer Kugler (PJ00) is in a group exhibition at .HBC's Cercles Gallery, Berlin, Germany, January 11–14.