I am humbled that Ella Mudie writes about "Scheduled implosions" in her moving article, "This World is Fragile," published in the Australian art magazine, Fine Print. Mudie considers warfare and ruins by examining new works made by New York and Beirut artists. See link below:
A busy summer: new projects & new work prints.
Scheduled Implosions Artist book will be on view at the Benaki Museum in Athens Greece as part of the Athens Photo Festival. The exhibition is open to the public Tuesday-Sunday June 14th through July 30th.
Scheduled Implosions artist book will be on view 6/17 at Magnum Foundation as part of "Awake," 10x10's reading room featuring original works of Protest, Liberty, and Resistance. Stop by if you can to see an incredible selection of photo books!
I am honored to have several pieces on view this Summer in UICA's exhibition, The Jump Off, which is open to the public June 2nd through August 26.
From the UICA website:
"UICA celebrates 40 years of experimentation and growth with The Jump Off, a group exhibition that features multiple works by local, regional, and national artists. The artists included in the exhibition reveal the evolution within the creative process by presenting artwork that defines their current practice paired with earlier works - specifically, exposing the piece or pieces that served as the clear turning point; catalyzing the spark for their new work’s materials, visual or conceptual content."
The exhibition opens on June 2nd in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Click here for details.
The Scheduled Implosions Artist Book is featured in 10x10's Awake reading room at the Carnagie Museum of Art as part of the PGH Photo Fair. The 10×10 AWAKE Reading Room is an evolving library of books, zines and photography-related materials that responds to issues of liberty, resistance and social protest.
Seven Images from Scheduled Implosions are included in the Fall/Winter issue of Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism.
The New American Landscape via Google Earth -- Recent images made in the wake on the 2016 Presidential Election.
July 1 – July 30, 2016
Opening Reception: Friday, July 8, 2016, 6 – 8 pm
Location: CPAC gallery, 3636 Chestnut Place, Denver CO 80216 (Ironton Studios)
Re-Context Photographers: Hannah Smith Allen, Peter Baker, Edward Bateman, Stephanie Blumenthal, Zachary Burns, Leif Carlson, Patrick Cobb, Brittney Denham, Diane Fenster, Sean Foulkes, Jennifer Garza-Cuen, Julie Gautier-Downes, Chris Ireland, DG Krueger, Ben Lee, Pace / Wirtz, Brittan Rosendahl & Dylan Thaemert, H. Jennings Sheffield, Pacifico Silano, Patricia Silva, Kristine Thompson, Tom Turner, Johanna Warwick, Philip Waters, and Thomas Whitworth.
Draft Version of Scheduled Implosions (June 21, 2016)
Read short pieces by Hannah Smith Allen for American Photo Magazine that discuss contemporary photography and the documentary tradition. (Click on the image below to read texts.)
The Print Center's Annual Competition includes Scheduled implosions. Click the image below to see selections from the finalists and semifinalists featured in an online exhibition.
"Looking Through," an exhibition curated by Hannah Smith Allen examines photography, race, and identity. Visit the University Gallery on Adelphi's campus now through March 6th, 2016.
"Yunghi Kim on Intimacy in Photojournalism," a piece by Hannah Smith Allen for American Photo Magazine.
"Leading black female artists and activists discuss visibility and empowerment during #SAYHERNAME panel at NYU," a piece By Hannah Smith Allen for American Photo