ICP Faculty Accomplishments and Recognitions

Jul 14, 2022

June 2022

  • Laura Larson published her second book, “City of Incurable Women”, with Saint Lucy Books. 

  • Two of Bobbi Lane’s images were accepted to the Plymouth Center of Arts International Photography Exhibit. 

  • Lynn Saville’s work is featured in Atlanta Photography Group (APG) group exhibition PORTFOLIO 2022. 

  • The Whitney Museum of American Art recently acquired Clifford Owens’ work "Anthology (Senga Nengudi)" from the project "Anthology" for the permanent collection. 

  • Alice O’Malley’s work is featured in the current show at AMP Gallery in Provincetown. 

  • Andrea Modica’s monograph “Theatrum Equorumwas published by TIS Books. 

  • Images from Amy Touchette’s latest monograph, “Personal Ties: Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn,” and other street portraits exhibit in “The Brooklyn Connection,curated by Jamel Shabazz and presented by Photoville and Prospect Park Alliance. 

  • Brian Finke’s work was recently featured in DAZED, and is currently on display at Kirk Hopper Fine Art in Dallas, TX. 

  • Erica Reade's first book “Beach Lovers" was recently published by Daylight Books. 

  • B. Proud’s portrait of LGBTQ+ icon, Edie Windsor, from the series "First Comes Love," is on view now at the Philadelphia Museum of Art as part of the current exhibition, Pictures in Pictures. 

  • Anthoula Lelekidis recently released a photo zine titled θραύσματα, which centers around themes of identity, migration, loss, and the desire to uncover one’s roots. 

  • Joanne Dugan was awarded a three-week visual artists' residency at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) in North Adams, MA. 

  • Nicholas Pollack released a new book, “Meadow,was published by the University of Chicago Press. 

  • Stacy Mehrfar is a recipient of the Joseph Robert Foundation Grant to cover production costs for her upcoming exhibition, "The Moon Belongs to Everyone," at Filter Space, Chicago in Jan 2023. 

  • Palmer Davis's work was included in a group show at the Photo Place Gallery in Middlebury Vermont. 

  • Richard Rothman’s new book, “Town of C,was published by Stanley Barker and sold out its first run. 

  • Scott Thode was elected president of The W. Eugene Smith Fund. 

  • Lynn Saville received a 2022-2023 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Award for her new series “The El at Twilight. 

  • Marc Ohrem-Leclef participated in a recent group show, WILDNESS, with other members of the Queer Critique Group at Baxter St. Marc’s work was also shortlisted for the Aperture Portfolio Prize 2022. 

  • Bradly Dever Treadaway film "Beatings of the Devil" premiered and won the Vanguard Award at the 2022 Art of Brooklyn Film Festival. 

  • "Anonymous Architectures," a two-person exhibition with Lauren Silberman and Alexa Hoyer at Mana Contemporary opened May 14th and runs through August 31st. 

  • Harvey Stein’s tenth book, "Coney Island People 50 Yearsis coming out late July, 2022 with Schiffer Books. 

  • Tara Pixley was named a 2022 Reynolds Journalism Institute Fellow for a project on accessible safety resources for visual journalists. Tara was also awarded a 2022 Eyewitness Photojournalism Grant by Pulitzer Center and Diversify Photos for work on the environmental justice issue of Southern California oil production.