Thomas Drysdale has been awarded the MacDowell Fellowship and the Distinguished Teaching Medal, New York University. His videotapes have been exhibited at the Walker Art Center, Joslyn Museum, the Kitchen Art Center, Bronx Museum, P.B.S: (WNET, N.Y.). Tom has had photographs published in Art News, American Photographer, Photographies and L’Architecture: Sujet ou Pretext?
One of the founding figures of the Chinese independent documentary film movement, Wu Wenguang has been working in recent years on the Memory Project, a wide-ranging documentary history of China’s Great Famine (1958-1961), featuring interviews with thousands of famine survivors.
A photographer and self-proclaimed visual activist, Zanele Muholi explores black lesbian and gay identities and politics in contemporary South Africa. For her series “Faces and Phases” (2006-11), Muholi photographed more than 200 portraits of South Africa’s lesbian community. “The portraits are at once a visual statement and an archive,” she has said, “marking, mapping, and preserving an often invisible community for posterity.”
Photographer and professor of photography at Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Jim Dow's work can be found in many prestigious public collections including the Museum of Modern Art New York, Museum of Modern Art, and the Library of Congress Washington DC. Dow is also the recipient of the 2014 Focus Lifetime Achievement Award.
Nancy Cohen’s works are comprised of many mediums: handmade paper, found objects, resin and, for the past 10 years, glass. She chooses a basic form and, using it repetitively, transforms the object into rays of morphed forms that crawl across the surface of a wall. Cohen’s themes are based in particle physics, mathematics, and chemistry.