Please join me in New York City at the International Center of Photography (ICP) for “Frack Off” an artist presentation and panel discussion on Climate Change.
1133 Avenue of the Americas
I will be joined by:
Kate Hudson, an environmental attorney with Riverkeeper
Anthony R. Ingraffea, a professor at Cornell University
The talk will be moderated by Adam Harrison
Reserved tickets here
Please join me for an Artist lecture at the Palmer Art Museum at Penn State
I’ll be showing work from the series: Fractured: the shale play
Tuesday November 18
University Park, PA
Josephine Herrick was a trailblazing photographer, feminist and activist, who understood the transformative nature of the medium. Her work lives on through the Josephine Herrick project which offers a broad range of photography programs — all free — for underserved populations, including veterans, at risk youth and the urban homeless.
I’m very honored to be named this year’s award recipient along with Dr. Steven Flanagan, Professor and Chairman of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at New York University and Medical Director of the Rusk Institute.
A photography auction will be held Thursday November 6 to benefit the organization and I’m donating this image from Kabul, Afghanistan 1998.
Tickets can be purchased here
The event is from 6 to 9pm
523 West 37th Street
New York, NY 10018
The Portland Art Museum’s exhibition “Blue Sky at 40″ opens today showing 120 works that have been exhibited at the Blue Sky Gallery, also known as the Oregon Center for Photographic Arts. Blue Sky, founded by Christopher Rauschenberg, is a creative, nurturing institution and an essential resource for documentary photographers and educators. Happy birthday Blue Sky!
This image Tyson Johnson III, 2004 from the Purple Hearts series, is part of the exhibition. I’m very grateful to the Portland Art Museum for continuing to show this image – this will be the 3rd time the print has been on display since the Museum acquired it in 2005. The exhibition runs through January 11, 2015.
If you’re in Manchester, UK, don’t miss the opening on Saturday October 11 of a major exhibition at the Manchester Art Gallery which explores “how artists have communicated the impact of military conflict on the body, mind, environment and human senses between 1914 and 2014. “
The exhibition brings together works by the German painter and printer maker Otto Dix, sculptor and video artist Richard Serra, filmmaker Omer Fast, painter Nancy Spero, and photographers Simon Norfolk and Richard Mosse and many more.
The exhibition is on view through February 2015.
I’m very pleased that the Marine Wedding portrait is included in the exhibition.
Putain de Guerre – 1914 – 2014 opens at the fantastic Beaux Arts Museum in Charleroi, Belgium.
I’m grateful to curator Jacques Cerami for selecting prints from the Purple Hearts series, drawn from the Museum’s permanent collection.
The exhibition opens to the public October 4 and is up through December 14.
Photograph: Robert Acosta, 2004
Please join me and artist Andres Serrano, along with Sam Barzilay of United Photo Industries for a conversation on photography in the public space.
I will talk about the Za’atari project.
One Brooklyn Bridge Park
September 28, 2014
3:30 – 4:30