Barron Rachman is a New York City artist and master black and white printer. He worked as a photojournalist in Afghanistan and the Balkans, amongst other regions, in the 1990's and early 2000. His... read more
Rocío Aranda-Alvarado is Curator at El Museo del Barrio where she is currently working on exhibitions superreal and El Museo's Bienal: The (S) Files 2013 as well as the permanent collection exhibition for 2013. Her... read more
Bess Bieluczyk was born and raised in the Connecticut suburbs. She received her MFA in Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design and her BA from Sarah Lawrence College. Her work has been... read more
Cynthia Bittenfield pursues projects that shed light on the human cost of war whether dealing with the issue of post-traumatic stress, documenting the sites of battlefields and atrocity, or considering life on the home front.... read more
Growing up, Andy Bloxham turned to his imagination for activity. This playful, creative approach to life extended to Andy's adulthood, where it took form in photography, video, and writing. Receiving an MFA in photography from... read more
Terry Boddie's work as a photographer and multi-disciplinary artist explores the historical and contemporary aspects of memory, migration and globalization. The images often blur the distinctions between photography, drawing and painting. Boddie received his BFA... read more
Harris Fogel is an Associate Professor of Photography, and Director and Curator of the Sol Mednick Gallery and Gallery 1401, operated and housed in the Photography program at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.... read more
Stephen Grebinski is a Visiting Professor at Point Park University in Pittsburgh, PA. Interested in the narrative potential of photography, his work in drawing, photography and collage explore issues of history, memory and loss.... read more
Carl Gunhouse holds a BFA in Photography from Yale University. He has taught photography at Cooper Union, Montclair State University, and Nassau Community College. He has gained renown for his writing on photography for Searching... read more
Muriel Hasbun's expertise as an artist and as an educator focuses on cultural identity and memory, and on promoting cultural exchange. A Fulbright Scholar (2006-08), Hasbun is the recipient of numerous distinctions, including most... read more
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