Photography: News and Events
Sheree Hovsepian's "organic" work receives acclaim during a studio visit from the publication.
Kicking off on June 4, the city-wide light installation seeks to “marry art with infrastructure.”
Alumni and photographer Stephen Gross was highlighted on the news website.
Josephson began teaching at SAIC in the '60s and brought conceptual photography to the School's forefront.
In the profile, Alekhuogie discusses his residency at the Chicago Artist Coalition and his solo exhibition, "A Thin Blue Line."
Featured artists include Cheryl Pope, Michelle Grabner, Sanford Biggers and many others.
Derrick Woods-Morrow (MFA 2016) has received the College Art Association’s Professional Development Fellowship in the Visual Arts for 2015.
Alumni featured in Roots and Culture Exhibition
Medusa’s Cave includes 14 photographs, text and collage paintings, self-portraits, and word pieces.
Iceberg Projects will present the first of its exhibitions devoted to the work of the late SAIC Professor Barbara DeGenevieve: Medusa’s Cave.
SAIC faculty member LaToya Ruby Frazier has been announced as winner of International Center of Photography Infinity Award
Daniel Berger, a member of SAIC’s Board of Governors, recently established a scholarship in memory of the late Barbara DeGenevieve.
Four SAIC artists took spots on the list.
LaToya Ruby Frazier grew up in Braddock, PA.
LaToya Ruby Frazier was one of 34 artists to receive the award and $50,000 prize.
The award gives artists the "extra bit of freedom" to pursue what matters.
SAIC faculty and alumni are participating in three vastly different projects.
Museum of Contemporary Photography will add the recipient's work to its permanent collection.