The Ties That Bind is a collaboration and conversation between the ICP-Bard’s MFA class of 2016. Hailing from eight different countries, we employ photographic methodologies to challenge and investigate our intimate bonds and personal boundaries.
We have shared common interests that surface in the work and explore our subjective truths, family histories, memories and the impact of trauma.
We ask you to examine what is often overlooked or silenced and held in the peripheries of our experience. We invite you to engage with and find connections between us and the world at large.
Opening Reception: July 8, 2016 | 6 – 8 pm
The opening reception will also include two performances to begin at 7 pm: Moving Images by Minny Lee and lost, lost, lost: you, you, you by Martha Naranjo Sandoval.
SCANOFF invites emerging authors to participate in the SCAN festival to exhibit their works in audiovisual format which will be shown to the public.
Photographic quality, discourse, sound and audiovisual editing will be evaluated and 10 authors will be selected.
SCANOFF looks for images that have an own and contemporary discourse, documentary or artistic, and show your personal sign on multimedia format. The content and discipline is free. Video is admitted if doesn’t last more than photographic images.
The Mediterranean city of Tarragona will host, this autumn (October 19- January 8), a new edition of SCAN Tarragona, International Festival of Photography created by the Catalan Government and the Municipality of Tarragona, and directed nowadays by Fundació Forvm per la Fotografia. SCAN Tarragona is an open and International festival which hosts a variety of initiatives, coming from both public and private sources, all characterized by the promotion of photography.
MFA Solo Thesis Show season starts over, and I have the honor to break the ice for the Class’16 with I am not your mother. Needless to say I would love dear reader coming over and join me for this big moment. It’s a piece of my experience at ICP-Bard and also the most intimate and wild work I have done. (One of the reasons because the title is in first person).
If there is a word that sums up my experience at this program is “healing”. It’s been a tough but very rewarding job thanks to the support of my beautiful and talented community of classmates, teachers, staff and ICP and NY artist community. So grateful to share this rebirth with you in this long road that my car accident has led me. Continue reading →
Shan Kelley, “With Curators Like These, Who Needs A Cure”, 2015.
Alex Fialho, Programs Manager at Visual AIDS, has facilitated projects and conversations around both the history and immediacy of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, utilizing art to maintain HIV/AIDS visibility, consider its legacy, and galvanize contemporary response. He has presented his research on the art of Glenn Ligon and Keith Haring at the College Art Association and NYU Fales Library. He also curates exhibitions for Lower Manhattan Cultural Council as Research and Curatorial Associate, and is a frequent contributor to Artforum.com and Artforum International Magazine.
Alex Fialho is invited to After the Fact , a one day symposium examining the place and potential of The Event, hosted by candidates from the ICP-Bard MFA program.
Fialho will be in conversation with Nona Faustine, Milagros de la Torre and T. Nikki Cesare Schotzko, moderated by Jean Marie Casbarian.
The event will take place on December 12 at ICP School (1114 Avenue of the Americas at 43rd Street, NY, NY 10036). The door opens at 10am for registration and breakfast. Morning session begins at 11am and afternoon session begins at 2pm. To learn more about the symposium, please visit afterthefact2015.wordpress.com.
Photographer Nona Faustine was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. She is a graduate of The School of Visual Arts and International Center of Photography at-Bard College MFA program in 2013. Her series “White Shoes” are nude self-portraits taken in and around the places associated with the 250 year history of slavery in New York City. Recently her work has received worldwide press coverage online and print in publications such as the Huffington Post, Hyperallergic, Elle.com, NBCNews, The Village Voice, Beautiful Decay, ArtNet, Brooklyn Magazine, Mic.com, Greybook Magazine, Dodge & Burn Blog, Lenscratch Fine Art Photography Daily, PDN, and a host of national and international publications.
Join artist Nona Faustine on Saturday, December 12, at After The Fact Symposium at ICP.
The symposium will take place from 11am to 5pm on December 12, 2015, in Seminar B/Shooting Studio at the School at ICP, 1114 Avenue of the Americas at 43rd Street in New York. It is free and open to the public.
For more information and a full schedule of After the Fact, please visit afterthefact2015.wordpress.com
For a full version of Nona Faustine Bio and other speakers visit afterthefact2015.wordpress.com/speakers
Steffani Jemison, “Untitled (X)”, 2013. Courtesy of Steffani Jemison.
Steffani Jemison was born in Berkeley, California, and is currently based in Brooklyn, New York. She holds an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2009) and a BA in Comparative Literature from Columbia University (2003). Jemison’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally; solo exhibitions include LAXART, the RISD Museum, the Bindery Projects, and Real Art Ways; collaborative exhibitions include the New Museum and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art; and group exhibitions include the Brooklyn Museum; the Drawing Center; the Studio Museum in Harlem; Laurel Gitlen; Team Gallery; and other venues.
Steffani Jemison is invited to present work at After the Fact, a one day symposium examining the place and potential of The Event. Candidates from the ICP-Bard MFA program will host the symposium on December 12th at ICP School (1114 Avenue of the Americas at 43rd Street, NY, NY 10036). It is free and open to the public.