Sabine Mirlesse (MFA ’10) in Interview Magazine

“Sabine Mirlesse’s monograph As if it should have been a quarry captures the Icelandic island Heimaey and its people 40 years ago after a volcano, presumed extinct, erupted.” Continue reading the article at […] Read More

Sabine Mirlesse (MFA ’10) Featured in Time Magazine

  After volcano Eldfell erupted off the southern coast of Iceland, in January 1973, 5,000 residents fled.  Forty years later, photographer Sabine Mirlesse creates a book, inspired by the stories of […] Read More