Faculty News

MFA Photography Faculty Jeanine Oleson’s Collaborative Project Photo Requests from Solitary to Exhibit at the Brooklyn Public Library

Photography faculty member Jeanine Oleson’s ongoing collaborative project, Photo Requests from Solitary has an exhibition at the Brooklyn Public Library Photo Requests from Solitary is thrilled to have an exhibition at […] Read More

MFA Photography Director Jim Ramer Selected as a Judge for the 2019 New Photography Award

MFA Photography Director Jim Ramer has been announced as one of the 7 judges for the NEW PHOTOGRAPHY AWARD for 2019! This inaugural award is the first of its kind in Australia. […] Read More

MFA Photography Faculty Anthony Aziz and Sammy Cucher Upcoming Exhibitions

MFA Photography Faculty Anthony Aziz and Sammy Cucher have two upcoming exhibitions, one at MASS MoCA and ClampArt Gallery this May. Aziz and Cucher “have been living and working together since […] Read More

MFA Photography Faculty Mike Crane Featured in Exhibitions at Kunstmuseum Bonn & Drawing Center NY

MFA Photography Faculty Mike Crane has recently announced that he is featured in two exhibitions. Crane is featured in Kunstmuseum Bonn’s VIDEONALE.17 – Refracted Realities Festival for Video and Time Based […] Read More

MFA Photography Faculty Laura Parnes Announces Tour Without End Screenings

MFA Photography Faculty Laura Parnes has announced two screenings for her film Tour Without End. The first of these screenings will take place at the Wexner Center for the Arts on Thursday, […] Read More

MFA Photography Faculty William Lamson to Participate in A Continuous Stream of Occurrence Exhibition

MFA Photography Faculty William Lamson will be participating in the two person exhibition A Continuous Stream of Occurrence with Luba Drozd to explore how time manifests in natural and physical phenomena. […] Read More

BFA Photography Faculty Katherine Wolkoff Announces “The Critical Zone” Exhibition

Benrubi Gallery is pleased to announce The Critical Zone, an exhibition of large-scale gelatin silver prints, the gallery’s first exhibition of work by Katherine Wolkoff. In Wolkoff’s fourth New York solo […] Read More

MFA Photography 2018 Alumni Shannon Finnell Co-Producing Rosy-Crimson at the Queens Museum

MFA Photography 2018 Alumni Shannon Finnell will be Co-Producing the project Rosy-Crimson initiated by current part time BFA faculty Kim Hoeckele at the Queens Museum. The performance will take place this […] Read More

Part Time Faculty Sarah Hasted Interviews with German artist Manuel Knapp

Part Time Faculty Member Sarah Hasted has recently published her interview with Manuel Knapp titled: “STRINGING THE ART WORLD ALONG: Art Dealer SARAH HASTED Interviews German Artist MANUEL KNAPP”. You can read the introduction […] Read More

Craig Kalpakjian (MFA Photography Faculty) Featured in Walking Point Exhibition 2/16

 MFA Photography faculty member, Craig Kalpakjian, will be featured in the upcoming Walking Point Exhibition at Greene Naftali Gallery which opens this Friday 2/16 from 6PM to 8PM. Friday Feb. 16th, […] Read More

Full Time Photo Faculty Arthur Ou: A Day of Times Opening Friday October 27th 6-8 pm

Brennan & Griffin is pleased to present A Day of Times, a solo exhibition of a new series by Arthur Ou. This is the artist’s third exhibition at the gallery. Over […] Read More

MFA Photography Faculty Craig Kalpakjian Solo Exhibition at Kai Matsumiya

MFA Photography Faculty Craig Kalpakjian‘s solo exhibition (which ended this past weeked) at Kai Matsumiya, has been featured in both the New York Times and The New Yorker. You can read […] Read More

MFA Faculty Alex Putnam Book Launch for “Reclaimed Empire”

New York friends, please join us for the launch of ASMR4 vol. 1, Adam Putnam’s Reclaimed Empire, at  Spoonbill Studios, 99 Montrose Avenue, Brooklyn, Sunday, September 10, 7PM. ASMR4 is a small-run conversation. A […] Read More

Jeanine Oleson (MFA Photography Faculty) Current Exhibitions

MFA Photography Faculty Jeanine Oleson has two exhibitions currently on view into August in Los Angeles. You can read more on these exhibitions below. In Addition to these two shows, Jeanine […] Read More

Photo Faculty Colin Stearns’ Meridian Named One of the Best Photobooks of 2016 by photo-eye

BFA Photo Director Colin Stearns’ photobook Meridian named by photo-eye as one of the Best Photo Books of 2016. Sarah Bradley writes: Meridian is quiet and understated, straightforward in layout and small in […] Read More

MFA Photo Faculty Will Lamson Shows Solo Project at Untitled Art Fair in Miami

SiTE:LAB Booth C17 UNTITLED MIAMI BEACH NOV 30 – Dec 4, 2016 All that is solid melts into air is an installation that connects this temporary exhibition space to the coastal […] Read More

Jeanine Oleson (MFA Photo Faculty) Named Rema Hort Mann Foundation, 2016 Artist Community Engagement Grantee

Jeanine Oleson was named as a Rema Hort Mann Foundation, 2016 Artist Community Engagement Grantee for her collaborative work with “Photo Requests from Solitary”   What would a person in solitary […] Read More

Jeanine Oleson (MFA Photo Faculty) Exhibits “It Can Howl” at the Atlanta Contemporary and “A human(e) matter” with Creative Capital

  Atlanta Contemporary presents It Can Howl – a group exhibition featuring the work of Danielle Dean, Bessie Harvey, Nancy Lupo, Jeanine Oleson, Lili Reynaud-Dewar, Chloe Seibert, Hayley Silverman, and Martine […] Read More

Parsons MFA Fine Arts and Photography Faculty, Simone Douglas, shows in Aotearoa, New Zealand.

Emanations. The Art of the Cameraless Photograph. Curated by Geoffery Batchen 29 April – 14 August 2016 Govett-Brewster Simone Douglas’ work exhibited in Emanations: The Art of the Cameraless Photograph –the first comprehensive survey […] Read More

Parsons Fine Arts and Photography Faculty and Alumni show in Auckland, NZ.

Auckland Festival of Photography June 2nd – 20th. The Silos. Auckland. New Zealand. http://www.photographyfestival.org.nz/ Home Curated by Simone Douglas It is a significant human experience to know home. The artists in Home powerfully […] Read More

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