“A Massive Force Like That of Miracles,” an Interview with Emily Chiavelli

Yang:Tell us a little about yourself. Emily:My name is Emily Chiavelli. I grew up in Boston, lived in Kentucky for a couple of years, then lived in California for a while, then went back to Kentucky before I came to New York for this program. I have a BFA in photography from Northern Kentucky University.… Continue reading “A Massive Force Like That of Miracles,” an Interview with Emily Chiavelli

“What We See,” an Interview with Beverly Logan

Opening Reception February 20th, 2020 6pm-9pm At ICP-BARD MFA Studios 24-20 Jackson Avenue Long Island City 3rd Floor Megan Mack: Tell us a little about yourself...  Beverly Logan: I’m originally from Youngstown Ohio. I came to NY at the age of 18 to attend Columbia University. My first career was in publishing and after retiring… Continue reading “What We See,” an Interview with Beverly Logan

ICP-Bard Group MFA Show “The Ties That Bind” at Baxter St, July 1-30

The Ties That Bind Curated by Charlotte Cotton Please join us for our group exhibition The Ties That Bind at The Camera Club of New York Baxter St next July 8th. Artists: Matthew Cohen, Ivana Larrosa, Minny Lee, Allyson Lupovich, Groana Melendez, Bia Monteiro, Martha Naranjo Sandoval, Matthew Papa, Verónica Puche and Katrina Lillian. The… Continue reading ICP-Bard Group MFA Show “The Ties That Bind” at Baxter St, July 1-30

Theresa Ortolani, PDN Multimedia Winner

Saudade: Name of the Father was selected as one of 11 PDN Photo Annual 2016 Multimedia WinnersEarlier this year, the project was awarded Honorable Mention by the International Photography Awards in five categories: Portrait, Culture, Photo Essay, Deeper Perspective, and Moving Image Saudade: Name of the Father was also selected as a VISURA Multimedia Grant 1st Place Finalist,… Continue reading Theresa Ortolani, PDN Multimedia Winner

I am not your mother

Ivana Larrosa - solo exhibition February 18-21, 2016 Reception : Thursday, Feb. 18, 6-9pm Vermouth With The Artist : Friday, Feb. 19, 12-4pm On View : Friday-Saturday, Feb. 19-20, 12-7pm / Sunday, Feb. 21, 12-5pm ICP-Bard MFA studios : 24-20 Jackson Ave. Long Island City, NY 11101 Much of Ivana Larrosa's work is an exploration and expression of the… Continue reading I am not your mother

“I am not your mother” Ivana Larrosa 1st MFA Solo Show of 2016

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… Continue reading “I am not your mother” Ivana Larrosa 1st MFA Solo Show of 2016

Klompching Gallery FRESH finalist

J U L Y  8  –>  A U G U S T  1 FRESH 2015 Exhibition Dates: July 8–August 1, 2015 Artist Reception: July 8th, 6:00–8:00pm FRESH 2015 expands across the wall, the page, and the internet— exhibiting photographers; Matthew Arnold, Bill Durgin, Ima Mfon, Johanna Warwick, Kimberly Withal. In addition, Klompching Gallery is showcasing photographs… Continue reading Klompching Gallery FRESH finalist

Theresa Ortolani : Klompching Gallery FRESH 2015 Finalist

I am honored to have been selected among Klompching Gallery's FRESH 2015 Finalists. DECOMPOSED explores the systems and boundaries between binaries – image/text, conscious/unconscious, corporeal/spiritual – and focuses on the points at which these constructs converge, invert and decompose. These primarily lens-based images were crafted via various techniques: masking, piercing, sewing, drawing, digital imaging, and printed in multiple… Continue reading Theresa Ortolani : Klompching Gallery FRESH 2015 Finalist

On Songbook: In Conversation with Alec Soth

from the series In Pursuit of an MFA Joanna Lehan, professor: This show came out of the “Dispatches” project, which was included in our last ICP Triennial. We had a whole wall of books that reflected the self-publishing phenomenon, and you were such an important part of that. Is there anything you would like to tell… Continue reading On Songbook: In Conversation with Alec Soth