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El Jardín De Senderos Que Se Bifurcan was awarded the 2020 Lange-Taylor Prize by the Center for Documentary Studies. This project is ongoing and has been several years in the making. It is an honor to be recognized as both a photographer and writer in the tradition of Dorothea Lange and Paul Taylor. Thank you to the CDS for this support.
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El Jardín De Senderos Que Se Bifurcan is currently on view at Filter Photo Chicago. I printed a special edition cyanotype portfolio of the work.

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My "Self Portrait as Weston/as Bertha Wardell, 1927/2020" is included in the group exhibition "Future Perfect" as part of the innovative gallery program called Study Hall at PrattMWP, Utica, NY. September14th–December 20th, 2020.

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In May 2020 David Oresick at Silvereye interviewed me about my new work in progress: Ansel and Weston. You can watch it on youtube or listen on Spotify.
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In late 2019 I sat down with Kavior Moon and discussed my photographic practice. The interview was recently published in East of Borneo's "Artists at Work" series.
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PDF available here.

Art historian Kavior Moon writes a really thoughtful analysis of my 1979 Lima Peru projects for the Trauma issue #16 of the Offramp magazine.

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I was selected as a 2020 Lightwork Artist in Residence.
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My solo exhibition at As Is Gallery in Los Angeles is an Artforum critics pick.
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My solo exhibition at As Is Gallery in Los Angeles is reviewed in CARLA.

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My book dummy is on the PHOTO LONDON/LA FABRICA Shortlist!
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Thank you to the HARPO foundation for the generous grant to support my work this year.
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A recent interview with Rafael Soldi from Strange Fire Collective. SFC highlights work made by women, people of color, and queer and trans artists.

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My work was selected for the Charcoal Book Scholarship to attend the portfolio reviews as a fully funded participant in March 2019.
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The Transnational Imagination

A recent Interview by curator Emily Gonzalez-Jarrett in the Fall Issue of SPOT Magazine. 2018.
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A really thoughtful review of my recent solo exhibition at the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts in Texas.

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My book dummy "El Jardin De Senderos Que Se Bifurcan" discussed by the jurors this year at the Unseen Dummy Awards in Amsterdam. September, 2018.