Photo Faculty Rania Matar, the newly named Guggenheim Fellow shares the process behind her exhibition with Dallas photographer and filmmaker Christian Vasquez.
The first French solo exhibition of Genevieve Gaignard '07 Photography is being held at Praz-Delavallade Paris. Gaignard explores her cultural identity as a mixed-race woman through her artwork.
MassArt Graduate Programs presents the 2018 MFA Thesis exhibtion, featuring graduate students in the final year of their respective degree programs.
The work of Photography Professor Matthew Connors is included in "Being: New Photography 2018," on view at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The New York Times boasts, "Some of Mr. Connors’s images — the geometric reflections in a nighttime swimming pool, the rushing cascades in a water park — are reminders of the pleasures that photography can provide when practiced by a technically skilled artist."
Work by MassArt Alumni StephenTourlentes and Nigel Poor are included in the exhibition, "Prison Nation" at Aperature, where images tell the story of mass incarceration, and the artists restore dignity to their subjects by restoring nuance to their stories.
Frame Magazine interviews alumnus and MassArt auction artist Clint Baclawski '08 MFA Photography about his large-scale tube installations. Frame describes his latest installation, Zephyr as "a brilliant panorama of wind turbines that seem to stretch into infinity."
Herida y Fuente, a new book by Tom Griggs '09 MFA Photography represents a period in his life when meaningful decisions and personal goals created a wedge in a new relationship, a relationship that eventually existed thousands of miles apart.
Juxtapoz features Photography Professor Nicholas Nixon's exhibition, Persistence of Vision, on view at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston.