The latest exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, "i'm yours: Encounters with Art in Our Times" features the work of photo faculty Rania Matar.
"Her work contains beauty, metaphorical lyricism, and strength. In telling her own story of a woman learning to love an adopted land, Agnieszka tells a greater story of a woman becoming and belonging." - Lenscratch describing the portraiture of MassArt alumna Agnieszka Sosnowska.
Lenscratch describe MassArt alumna Anabel Vázquez Rodríguez’ photographs as "mysterious and haunting, revealing a woman caught between two worlds."
Places Journal explores Photo Faculty Abe Morell's Camera Obscura series. "Morell’s first assignment to his photography students at Massachusetts College of Art is always to construct a camera obscura, because, as he explains, although the effect is achieved by the simplest of means, and has been known for centuries, its capacity to induce wonder, even in the most knowing, sophisticated viewer, remains as powerful as ever. 'It’s alchemical,' says Morell."