Hassan Hajjaj in the New York Times

The New York Times listed Hassan Hajjaj’s My Rockstars exhibition in its article, “4 Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now.” Will Heinrich’s review observes how these “explosively joyful color portraits” allow Hajjaj to reclaim representations of his home country. To read the full feature, please visit the Times website.

Pieter Hugo at Blowing Rock Art and History Museum

Pieter Hugo is part of a group exhibition, TRANSFORMATION at the Blowing Rock Art and History Museum, Blowing Rock, NC, from March 20 - August 21, 2021. The exhibition explores the transformation of the photographic process across decades, materials, and media. For more information, please see the museum website.

Hassan Hajjaj at the International Center of Photography

Hassan Hajjaj is presenting at the International Center of Photography at 1pm on May 12, 2021, sharing about his industry spanning practice. The talk will be part of the ICP’s lecture series featuring photographers who champion social change, expand the form through innovative practices, and critically engage with visual culture today. To attend the event and learn more, please see the ICP website.

Mark Ruwedel in SFMOMA Publication

Mark Ruwedel’s work is included in American Geography: Photographs of Land Use from 1840 to the Present, published by Radius Books and SFMOMA. The book draws from the permanent photography collection at SFMOMA, charting different forms and uses of land across the United States. Other artists in the monograph include Dawoud Bey, An-My Lê, Wendy Red Star, Victoria Sambunaris, and Stephen Shore. For more information, please see the Radius website.

Meghann Riepenhoff at C/O Berlin

Meghann Riepenhoff will be participating in a group exhibition, Songs of the Sky: Photography and the Cloud at the C/O Berlin, Berlin, Germany, from December 11, 2021 – March 5, 2022. The exhibition explores the “cloud” as a conceptual bridge between historical photography, with looked to the skies for inspiration, and our current moment, in which the cloud is a more nebulous technology. This show is planned with Les Rencontres d’Arles. For more information, please see the C/O website.

Sanlé Sory in the Guardian

Sanlé Sory's Les Gentlemen de Cocody (1978) was featured by writer Tim Adams in the Guardian’s weekly photography column, “The Big Picture.” To read the full review, please see the Guardian website.

Markus Brunetti in 1814 Magazine

Markus Brunetti was interviewed about his FACADES series by 1814 Magazine in their Spring/Summer 2021 issue. 1814 MAGAZINE is a limited edition, bi-annual publication that focuses on photography, art, design and culture. To learn more, please see the publication website.

Nevet Yitzhak at Kunsthaus Baselland

Nevet Yitzhak’s Warcraft installation was on view in Afterlight Afterglow: Video Installation and Their Pioneers at Kunsthaus Baselland, in Basel, Switzerland, from January 23 - May 24, 2021. Curated by Ines Goldbach, the exhibition focused on video work from the 1950s in the present day. Other participating artists include Karl Gertsner, Roy Lichtenstein, Oscar Muñoz, Nam June Paik, and Teresa Serrano. For more information, please visit the museum website.

Ezra Stoller in New York Magazine

A photograph by Ezra Stoller was featured as the cover of the New York Magazine on April 26, 2021. This "Yesteryear" issue features stories and photographs of office culture in the past 150 years. Stoller's image is part of his well-known work on the Seagram Building, itself an iconic example of New York City's International Style architecture. To learn more, please see the magazine website.

Sarah Anne Johnson in Border Crossings Magazine

Sarah Anne Johnson's Woodland exhibition at Yossi Milo Gallery was reviewed in the quarterly “painting” issue of Border Crossings Magazine, released in May 2021. Benjamin Klein writes, “Confronting the works in person provides a different experience from seeing them digitally … In the gallery space, the works in the show generate an encompassing physically felt sensation—of being in the landscape and of having the invisible-made-seen." For more information, please visit the Border Crossings website.

Mark Ruwedel in The Boston Globe

Mark Ruwedel’s work is featured in the Boston Globe, in an article examining works of art that demonstrate the endurance of cities. “Ruwedel shoots straight on, abjuring fanciness, as befits the low-slung, unfancy spaces he documents,” Mark Feeney writes. “The images are almost hypnotically uninflected. Cities generally revel in inflection ... which lends these cityscapes a very suburban look. But that’s a reminder of how much cities can and do differ: Not just defined by diversity, they are themselves diverse.” To read the full article, please see the Globe website.