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Khaula Jamil on The Guardian

Amazing article by Khaula Jamil Such an important read. Pakistani Bengalis deserve better. http://khaulajamil.com/                                   […] Read More

Niv Rozenberg (MFA Photography ’08) Featured in Vulgaris Magazine

MFA Photography Alumni Niv Rozenberg (2008) has recently been featured in Vulgaris Magazine. The feature focuses on Niv’s series Boswijck .You can read the feature on Niv’s work here.   Read More

Current MFA student Jenna Petrone (’18) Exhibiting in “Semiotics: Rhetoric of an Artwork”

Current MFA student Jenna Petrone (’18) is exhibiting in “Semiotics: Rhetoric of an Artwork” at the Carrie Able Gallery in Williamsburg. The exhibition runs from October 18th-December 10th. “How does meaning get into […] Read More

Zhongjia Sun (MFA Photography Alumni 2016) Featured in Photo Vogue Festival 2017

Zhongjia Sun (MFA Photography Alumni 2016) will be featured in this year’s Photo Vogue Festival which runs from November 16 – 19 in Milan. You can read more on the Photo […] Read More

Magali Duzant (MFA Photo ’14) : A Means To Measure

Magali Duzant is a 2014 MFA Photography graduate, her upcoming exhibition “A Means To Measure”will commence at the March 4th opening reception, and will conclude, together with a workshop and artist […] Read More

Current MFA Student Christian Padron a Winner of Aperture’s #BlackMaleReimagined Instagram Contest

Christian Padron was recently announced as a winner of Aperture’s #BlackMaleReimagined Instagram Contest. Padron is a current 2nd Year MFA Photography Student at Parsons. To read more on the #BlackMaleReimagined Project and more […] Read More

Kate Stone (MFA Photo ’13) Every Straight Line is the Arc of a Great Circle

The exhibition is opening alongside KONTROLLE, the First U.S. Solo Exhibition of German Artist, Dominik Halmer. More information here.   Location: Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art 591 Broad St Newark, NJ […] Read More

Aperture ‘On Feminism’ Panel: Our Bodies, Online

Mayan Toledano, Emma, 2015

“Our Bodies, Online” is a part of the Confounding Expectations lecture series, which is sponsored by Aperture Foundation, the Department of Photography at Parsons The New School for Design, and the […] Read More

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