Field-Of-Study: Photography

Gregory Halpern

Gregory Halpern has published three books of photographs, including A (J&L Books, 2011), Omaha Sketchbook (J&L Books, 2009), and Harvard Works Because We Do (Quantuck Lane, 2003). He is also the editor, along with Jason Fulford, of The Photographer’s Playbook: Over 250 Assignments and Ideas (Aperture, 2014). He holds a B.A. in history and literature

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Phyllis Galembo

Phyllis Galembo photographs cultural and religious traditions as well as the transformative power of ritual dress in Africa and the Americas. Her interest in these traditions began in 1985 during her first visit to Nigeria. Since then she continues to travel making portraits at masquerade events and ceremonies. Galembo’s books include Mask, Dressed for Thrills:

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LaToya Frazier

LaToya Ruby Frazier has been described as "an artist on a mission with a prophetic voice” who has a “preternaturally mature body of work,” by The Village Voice and New York Times. Through photography, performance, and video Frazier uses the conventions of social documentary to probe and upend traditional narratives of urban growth and the

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Jason Fulford

Jason Fulford is a photographer and publisher, born in Atlanta, Georgia. With his home in New York City, and his archive in Scranton, Pennsylvania, Fulford spends a third of the year on the road. His photographs have been described as open metaphors. Fulford’s interest in books is manifested in several ways. Monographs of his work

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Robert Dawson

Mr. Dawson’s photographs have been recognized by a Visual Artists Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts and a Dorothea Lange-Paul Taylor Prize from the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University. In 1992, he served as a Panelist for the Visual Arts Fellowship in Photography for the National Endowment For the Arts in

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Rachel Sussman

Rachel Sussman is a contemporary artist based in Brooklyn, New York. For nearly a decade she has researched, worked with biologists, and traveled all over the world to photograph continuously living organisms 2,000 years old and older. This work spans disciplines, continents, and millennia: it’s part art and part science, has an innate environmentalism, and

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