Through 3 February 2018
Paris Photo-Aperture Book Awards Exhibition
Aperture Gallery and Bookstore, 547 W. 27th St., 4th Floor, New York, NY 10001
8 February 2018, 6pm
Pre-Vernissage, En Suspens, le BAL
Group exhibition with Bas Jan Ader, Luc Delahaye, Darek Fortas, Hiwa K, Aglaia Konrad, Jacques-Henri Michot, Rabih Mroué, Mélanie Pavy, Sebastian Stumpf, Paola Yacoub, & Henk Wildschut, on show 9 February to 13 May.
6, Impasse de la Défense, 75018 Paris, France
Welcome to Camp America: Inside Guantánamo Bay (Radius Books, 2017) will be on view among shortlisted titles in the Paris Photo-Aperture Book Awards Exhibition, touring through 2018 as follows:
16 to 18 February 2018: Düsseldorf Photo Weekend, Germany
8 April to 5 May 2018: Month of Photography Los Angeles, California
April to May, 2018: Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography, Moscow, Russia
6 to 11 May 2018: Palm Springs Photo Festival, California
7 to 17 June 2018: Deichtorhallen, Hamburg Triennial of Photography, Germany
12 to 17 June 2018: Photo Basel, Switzerland
13 July to 2 October 2018: Cortona on the Move International Photo Festival, Italy
18 to 21 October 2018: Medium Festival of Photography, San Diego, California
Additional 2018 exhibitions of Welcome to Camp America photographs will be announced in the new year.
Selected Recent Events:
14 March 2017
Panelist, "Saying War, Building Peace."
Side event in parallel with the 34th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council, hosted by the Wallonia-Brussels general Delegation in Geneva (Mission of Belgium), the International Film Festival & Forum on Human Rights (FIFDH) in Geneva, the Mundaneum, and the Henri La Fontaine Foundation.
Palais des Nations, United Nations, Geneva, Switzerland
19 March 2017
Discussion (in French) with investigative poet Frank Smith following a reading of his work, Guantánamo
Moderated by curator Barbara Polla, co-hosted by Centre de la Photographie Genève (CPG) & FIFDH.
22 April 2017
Presentation, “Welcome to Camp America: Toward a New Documentary Form.”
Open Engagement 2017: JUSTICE
*Open Engagement is an annual, three-day, artist-led conference dedicated to expanding the dialogue around and creating a site of care for the field of socially engaged art. The conference highlights the work of transdisciplinary artists, activists, students, scholars, community members, and organizations working within the complex social issues and struggles of our time.
22 July 2017
Opening Reception, Something Fierce, featuring eight women artists in the Lannan Foundation's collection whose work exemplifies an element of ferocity, whether it be expressed in the subject, process or intent. With works by Christine Corday, Sharon Core, Debi Cornwall, Roni Horn, Munson Hunt, An-My Lê, Sarah Pickering, and Victoria Sambunaris
Lannan Foundation Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
15 September 2017
Symposium panelist, Guantánamo Going Forward: What's Next for Current and Former Detainees?
With releasee memoirist Mohamedou Ould Slahi and attorney J. Wells Dixon of the Center for Constitutional Rights.
Brown University, Providence, RI
5 October 2017
Panelist, Bending the Frame: Where Do We Go From Here?
Moderated by Fred Ritchin, with Jennifer Karady, Bayeté Ross Smith, Celia A. Shapiro, and Benjamin Petit of #Dysturb.
How can we as artists, documentarians, and activists use visual imagery in alternative ways so as to have an impact on a society that is increasingly submerged by—and immune to—imagery of all kinds? This panel discussion, in conjunction with the exhibition "Bending the Frame" at the Gulf & Western Gallery of the Tisch School of the Arts, provides a platform for individuals working on critical social issues to explain their strategies as image-makers, and the ways in which they have managed, in an era of "fake news" and "alternative truths," to make a difference in people's lives.
NYU Tisch School of the Arts, NYC, NY
28 October 2017
Interdisciplinary panel discussion on Guantánamo Bay, art, and social justice, with Debi Cornwall, releasee memoirist Mohamedou Ould Slahi, former Criminal Investigation Task Force (CITF) deputy commander Mark Fallon, and Center for Constitutional Rights attorney J. Wells Dixon. Moderated by critic and scholar Fred Ritchin.
Steven Kasher Gallery, NYC, NY
13 November 2017
"Photography in the Age of Global Surveillance and Perpetual Wars."
Presentation and panel discussion with photographer, writer and LCC lecturer, Lewis Bush.
Columbia University Global Centers, Paris, France