Alumna Irina Rozovsky reminisces about a series of photographs she shot in Prospect Park in Brooklyn, NY; and how it felt to photograph people pre-pandemic.
The work of MassArt alumna Nicole White '02 BFA Photography is featured in Lenscratch as part of the Rolls & Tubes Collective created by four women artists based in California.
The work of MassArt alumnus Robert Knight '06 MFA Photography is know on view at Gallery Kayafas in Boston in the exhibition, "Thirteen Ways," and is reviewed by Boston Globe correspondent Cate McQuaid.
Alumna Jess T. Dugan is a portraitist who has dedicated her practice to telling the stories of transgender and gender expansive people, including her own. Her latest monumental project draws attention to an older generation.
Ekua Holmes, MassArt alumna and Associate Director of the Center for Art and Community Partnerships, has an exhibition, Paper Stories, Layered Dreams: The Art of Ekua Holmes, which opens at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston on July 17, 2021.
The Boston Globe writes that Photography professor Amani Willett's new book, A Parallel Road, "piercingly lays out the gulf between the ideal of the road trip and the fears Black Americans experience on the road."
In Associate Professor of Photography S. Billie Mandle's newest book, Reconciliation, she photographed confessionals in Catholic churches across the United States, exploring her identity and her faith.
How Master Portraitist Jess T. Dugan Empowers Subjects to Open Up for Remarkably Intimate Photographs
MassArt alumna Jess T. Dugan belongs to a new generation of queer photographers focused on empowering their subjects.
Prestige highlights high-profile, international female artists showing their work at the Bangkok Art Biennale, in this series, they share the work of Associate Professor of Photography Rania Matar.