Vanity Fair explores the work of alumna Genevieve Gaignard, who has pursued the themes of race in identity in her work.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a lot of slow down, but not for alumna and Assistant Director of the Center for Art and Community Partnerships (CACP), Ekua Holmes. During the pandemic, Ekua has taken on even more: it's the fifth year of her Roxbury Sunflower Project, the CACP sparc! The Artmobile is shifting to provide art supplies and projects for the community, and Ekua is working on illustrating her next book.
David Hilliard '9 BFA Photography spent years with his father as his photography subject, sadly David had to bid farewell to his father when he succumbed to an infection.
Lenscratch highlights the work of alumna Lana Z Caplan '06 MFA who has been documenting sites of public killings in her project, Postcards from the Hanging: Sites of Public Execution, Lana notes that the areas in which she photographs can be one person's utopia, yet often another’s undoing.
MFA alum S. Billie Mandle photographed confessionals throughout the United States for ten years. She visited churches in small towns and large cities, creating images that depict the visible – and invisible – traces of people, communities, histories and dogmas.
Work from her book, Reconciliation, is featured in The Eye of Photography.
MassArt faculty member Rania Matar photographed people from their homes in quarantine, documenting and connecting with people via the Instagram community.
Image is a part of a project called ‘you can only have everything.'
Artist bio and project description
Marcelina Roszkowski is a contemporary photographer who pushes the boundaries between fashion and fine art photography. Her work has a dream-like quality, often portraying her subjects’ vulnerability and innocence. While photographing her two younger sisters, she creates fantastical scenes that allow her to reflect upon the strong bond of intimacy between sisters.