The Halsey Institute has published Marc Trujillo: American Purgatory. Featuring essays by Robert Storr, Guggenheim Fellow in General Nonfiction, 2016, Chris Ware, Rachel Magnus, and Bryan Granger. The book extends the reach of the exhibition to include more than sixty color images of Trujillo’s urban landscapes and still lifes. Marc Trujillo was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in Fine Arts…
Thilde Jensen was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in Photography in 2017. Her most recent work The Unwanted focuses on homelessness in America. Follow this link to view her work, featured in the British Journal of Photography. Image: “George at 7-Eleven the night before he got arrested. Las Vegas, NV. 2016”
On February 13, 2019, The National Academy of Sciences announced the election of new members to its seventeen person governing council, including Guggenheim Fellows Richard Lenski, the John Hannah Professor of Microbial Ecology, Michigan State University, Fellow 1991, Organismic Biology and Ecology; Sean C. Solomon, Director of the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University, Fellow…
Brenda Kenneally is pleased to announce the publication of Upstate Girls (Regan Arts, 2018). Kenneally’s Guggenheim Fellowship (Photography, 2014) supported her work on this project. Learn more about the book and Kenneally’s work in the feature in the New York Times Magazine.
Guggenheim Fellow Joseph E. Stiglitz (Economics, 1969) will accept the 2018 Sydney Peace Prize on Thursday, November 15. Stiglitz has been a Professor at Columbia University since 2001, where he founded the University’s Committee on Global Thought and the Initiative for Policy Dialogue. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences in 2001.
On October 26, 2018, the National Academy of Sciences announced the appointment of May R. Berenbaum, Guggenheim Fellow in Organismic Biology & Ecology, 1987, as Editor-in-Chief of the official journal of the Academy, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Louie Palu is an award winning documentary photographer and filmmaker whose work has appeared in publications, festivals and exhibitions internationally. Palu was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in Photography in 2016. View his work in the preview of the magazine article featuring his project.
Andrea Miller is the founder, artistic director, and choreographer of New York–based company Gallim Dance. She was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in Choreography in 2014. Forbes features Andrea Miller in a recent article highlighting women changing the face of entrepreneurship.
Ehab Abouheif is an integrative biologist working at the intersection of ecology, evolutionary and developmental biology. Abouheif was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in Molecular and Cellular Biology in 2017. His recent research on ants was published in Nature this week. Follow this link to read the article on the Smithsonian website.
Pradip Malde is a photographer and teaches at the University of the South, Sewanee, TN. Much of his work considers the experience of loss and how it serves as a catalyst for regeneration. He is currently working in rural communities in Haiti, Tanzania and Tennessee, designing models for community development through photography. Follow this link to learn more about his current project.
In 1985 and 1986, David T. Hanson captured aerial views of Superfund sites across forty-five states. His Guggenheim Fellowship (Photography, 1985) supported his work on this project. Hanson’s work will be published in Waste Land (Taverner Press) on September 25, 2018. Follow this link to read the press release.