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EDUCATION

2015 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC, MFA Studio Art

2006 Goldsmiths, University of London, UK, M.A. Photography & Urban Cultures

2003 University of Dortmund, Germany, Diploma Spatial Planning 

 

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2016 Oppressive Architecture, Contemporary Art Museum (CAM) Raleigh, NC

         Oppressive Architecture, Heavy Load-Bearing Body/Museum Tempelhof-Schoeneberg, Berlin, Germany

         Plantation Still Lifes, Horace Williams House, Chapel Hill, NC

         Raleigh Redux, Artspace, Raleigh, NC 

2015 We Still Love Life, The John and June Allcott Gallery, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC

         Basement Sanctuaries, Gallery 1401, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA

2014 Basement Sanctuaries, Blue Sky Gallery, Portland, OR

2013 Basement Sanctuaries, New York Public Library (NYPL), New York, NY

2012 Basement Sanctuaries, Field Projects, New York, NY

         Go for Gold! The Underground Gallery, London, UK

2010 Go for Gold! The East London Landscape of the 2012 Olympics, Wolk Gallery, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA

         Go for Gold! The Transformation of the Lower Lea Valley, Civilian Art Projects, Washington, DC

2009 Transitory Spaces, Goldsmiths, University of London, London, UK

2005 Raumvorstellungen, University of Dortmund, Germany

2004 Perspectives, University of Dortmund and traveling, Germany

 

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2017 FRESH 2017, Klompching Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (forthcoming)

         LensCulture Emerging Talent Awards 2016, International Center of Photography (ICP), New York, NY

         Urban Memories, Urban Photographers’ Association, Goldsmiths, University London / London Architecture  Festival, London, UK

         30th Anniversary Residency Invitational Retrospective, Artspace, Raleigh, NC 

         Guest Room, Der Greif (online) 

         The 2017 Women’s March Exhibition, Lenscratch (online)

         Living in the Shadows: Underground Immigrant Communities, Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities, Rutgers University, NJ               

2016 Memory and Archive, Urban Photographers’ Association, Lewisham Art House, London, UK             

         Meld. A UNC Alumni Duo Exhibition Spectre Arts, Durham, NC

         Art + Dialogue: Responding to Racial Tension in America, High Point University, NC

2015 40/40, Blue Sky Gallery, Portland, OR

         Art + Dialogue: Responding to Racial Tension in America, GreenHill/Greensboro College, NC

         Neo-Pre-Proto-Anti-Para-Ultra-Contra-Post-Photography, Spectre Arts, Durham, NC

         Beyond Cameras, Horace Williams House, Chapel Hill, NC

         The Land of No Things, Ackland Art Museum, Chapel Hill, NC

         Association of Urban Photographers’ Movement Exhibition, Bogotá Arte Contemporáneo, Bogota, Columbia

2014 Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s (LMCC) Autumn Art Auction, William Holman Gallery, New York, NY

         NUTUREart’s Annual Benefit, The Boiler, Brooklyn, NY

         Contemporary German Photography, The 14th China Pingyao International Photography Festival, China

         LensCulture 2014 Emerging Talent Awards Exhibition, Valid Foto, Barcelona, Spain

         Association of Urban Photographers’ Movement Exhibition, Silverprint Gallery, London, UK

         Sony World Photography Awards, Somerset House, London, UK

2013 Rising Waters: Photographs of Hurricane Sandy, co-organized by the International Center of Photography and the Museum of the City of New York, Governors Island, New York, NY

         Curate NYC, selected by Sarah Newman, Curator of Contemporary Art, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

         Adrift - The Unfamiliar Familiar in Modern Society, Galerie Ruberl, Vienna, AT

2012 Habitats, Grady Alexis Gallery at El Taller Latino Americano, New York, NY

         Adrift - The Unfamiliar Familiar in Modern Society, Truman Brewery, London, UK

         Residual Traces, Photofusion, London, UK Juxtaposition, See Studio, London, UK

         FRESH 2012, Klompching Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (online)

         THE FENCE, Photoville/United Photo Industries, Brooklyn, NY

         Uptown Arts Review - Grantee Show, Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), New York, NY

2011 Hackney Observed, Hackney Museum, London, UK

         Elephant in a Room, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK

         Uptown Arts Review - Grantee Show, Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), New York, NY

2010 Mixology II: Photography & Photo-based Work, Curator’s Office, Washington, DC

2009 Olympic Visions, The Nunnery Gallery, London, UK

2008 A Line is There to be Broken, This is not a Gateway (TINAG) Festival, London, UK

2007 Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2007, The New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall; Rochelle School, London;

                  Cornerhouse, Manchester, UK

         Foundations, [space], London, UK

2006 MA Thesis Exhibition No Right Turn, Village Underground, London, UK

         Tor 38, Kokerei Zollverein, Essen, Germany

         The Elephant Vanishes, Tate Modern, London, UK

2003 Phoenix_werke. Kunst in der Zwischenzeit, Phoenix-West, Dortmund, Germany

 

 

URBAN INTERVENTIONS

2016  Les Livres-Lieux, Montreal, CA (with Adaptive Actions)

2009  2070B, Olympic Fence, London, UK (in collaboration with Jean-François Prost)

2006 Flowers for Heygate, London, UK

 

 

BOOKS

2014 Basement Sanctuaries, Schilt Publishing 

 

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

2017 “What Remains of the Day - 71 Years After the End of World War II”, In: LensCulture (2017) Best of Lensculture 2016 (plus book cover) (forthcoming)

          Winifred Chiocchia, “Awards: Gesche Würfel. What Remains of the Day - 71 Years After the End of World             War II”, LensCulture, 01/27/2017

2016 Chris Vitiello, “The Most Essential Local Art of 2016 Punched Back at a Disgraceful Year”, INDYweek, 12/28/2016*

2016 Andrea Blanch, “Gesche Würfel, Musee Emerging Artist”, Musee Magazine, no. 15

         Tom Mustroph, “Schwere Hinterlassenschaft”, taz, 8/11/2016

         Rundfunk Berlin Brandenburg, Tagesthemen, 6/23/3016

         Dietmar Bührer, “Gesche Würfel “Oppressive Architecture“, Brennpunkt Magazin 3/2016

2015 “Basement stories: the underground shrines of Manhattan supers – in pictures”, The Guardian

         Elizabeth Avedon, “The New Tork Times Portfolio Reviews. Day 1“, L’oeil de la Photographie

         Frank Stasio, “The Land of No Things”, The State of Things - WUNC

         Brian Howe, “We Still Love Life - Pick of the Week”, INDYweek

         Caitlin Schneider, “How to see... Beauty in a Basement”, mental_floss

2014 Katherine Oktober Matthews, “Basement Sanctuaries”, GUP Magazine

         Jordan G. Teicher, “The Hidden Beauty of New York City’s Basements”, Slate

         Margot Peppers, “Inside New York City’s basements: Fascinating photo series reveals the rarely seen underground homes of superintendants and their families”, Daily Mail   

         Brian Howe, “Gesche Würfel: Basement Sanctuaries”, INDYweek

         Eve Kahn, “Decorator Underground”, The New York Times

         Amy Wolff, “Basement Sanctuaries - Photo of the Day”, PDN Online

         Alan Feuer, “The Lairs of Super Men”, The New York Times

         Oliver Atwell, “Basement Sanctuaries”, Amateur Photographer

2013 Pete Brook, “Photographer Finds Cockatiels, Jesus in NYC Basements”, WIRED

         Julianne Welby, “One NY Artist: Photographer Gesche Würfel”, WNYC-New York Public Radio

         Eva Dewes “Die Individualisierung der Welt. Neue Positionen der Fotografie bei Ruberl in Wien”, Parnass

         Gregg McQueen, “Sanctuary in the Cellar”, Manhattan Times

2013 “Basement Sanctuaries”, In: Boucher, Marie-Pier; Dufresne, Jean-Maxime; Melgar, Gema and Jean-François Prost (eds.), Heteropolis

         “Weekend Portfolios: Basement Sanctuaries” (selected by Anne Biroleau), Le Journal de la Photographie

2012 Jordan Davidson, “Uptown’s Underground Spaces to be Featured in Chelsea Art Show”, DNAinfo.com

2012 Go for Gold!, The Velvet Cell (exhibition catalogue)

        “Basement Sanctuaries”, In: Boucher, Marie-Pier; Dufresne, Jean-Maxime; Melgar, Gema and Jean-                     François Prost (eds.), Heteropolis, 276-281. 

         “Go for Gold! Story of the Week”, Foto8. July 26, 2012. Online. 

         “Go for Gold!”, StadtBauwelt, London - Olympia Issue, June 2012: 12-19.

          “Go for Gold!”, Visual Studies, Olympics Special Issue, June 2012 (Vol. 27 No.2): 141-147. 

          “Go for Gold!”, In: Isaac Marrero-Guillamón and Powell, Hilary (eds.), The Art of Dissent, Marshgate                       Press, 2012: 136-3

         Bruce Diamond and Max Sass, “NoMAA’s ‘Women in the Heights’ show puts vibrancy of Northern Manhattan’s       burgeoning arts scene on display”, NYDailyNews.com

2011 Entretien avec Brian Massumi avec Marie-Pier Boucher et Jean-François Prost, “Fragments d’action pour la ville”, INTER. Art Actuel

2010 Louis Jacobson, “City Light This Week’s Best. Gesche Würfel: Go for Gold! at Civilian Art Projects”, Washington City Paper

         The Pink Line Project, “Salon Contra: Go For Gold! with Gesche Wuerfel and Al Miner”, (online video)

2009 “Gesche Wuerfel”, In: New Museum (ed.), Younger Than Jesus: The Artist Directory. New York: New             Museum and Phaidon, 519.

          “2070B”, In: Prost, Jean-Francois (ed.), Adaptive Actions, SPACE: London, 38-41. 

          with David Kendall and Tristan Fennell “A line is there to be broken. Conversation with Prof. Caroline                    Knowles”, Critical Cities. Ideas, Knowledge and Agitation from Emerging Urbanists. Volume 1,                    London: Myrdle Court Press, 62-75. 

          Peter D. Osborne, “The Unreachable Landscape: Some Themes in Photography in England 1990 to 2007”, CAHIER FOTOGRAFIE #2

          Viewfinder Photography Gallery, A Line Is There To Be Broken. Blurb (catalogue without pagination).  

2008 “Farewell from the Garden Paradise” (2008), In: London Independent Photography London Independent                            Photography Magazine, Summer 2008, No. 9, London, 8-11.

2007 Bytheway, Bev and Eileen Daly (eds.), Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2007 Catalogue. London: New Contemporaries [1988] Ltd. (exhibition catalogue without pagination)

         “Go for Gold! Photographically engaging with the Olympics 2012” (2007), In: University of East London                    (UEL) Rising East Online. Making regeneration our business. Issue 6, January 2007. London: University of East London. Online

2006 Go for Gold! (self-published artist book)

 

 

GRANTS / FELLOWSHIPS / AWARDS / RESIDENCIES

2017 The Fifth New York Portfolio Review, New York, NY

         Faculty Research Grant,  University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC

         Review Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico (regretfully declined)

2016 LensCulture 2016 Emerging Talent Awards, Juror’s Pick

         Faculty Research Grant,  University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC

         GlogauAIR Residency, Berlin, Germany (regretfully declined)

2015 Regional Emerging Artist Residency, Artspace, Raleigh, NC

         The Third New York Times Portfolio Review, New York, NY

         Shortlist, Architecture Category, Felix-Schoeller Photo Award, Germany

2014 LensCulture 2014 Emerging Talent Awards Winner

         Two Travel Grants from the Center of the Study of the American South (CSAS), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC

         Professional Shortlist, Architecture Category, SONY World Photography Awards, London, UK

2013 Longlist, Aperture Portfolio Prize, New York, NY

         Critical Mass 200, Photolucida, Portland, OR

2012 Manhattan Community Arts Fund Grant (MCAF), Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC), New York, NY

         Creative Grant, Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), New York, NY

         Runner-up, Camera Club New York (CCNY) Darkroom Residency 2013, New York, NY (1-month use of facilities)

2011 Individual Artist Grant, Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), New York, NY

2008 Merit, Fujifilm Dinstinctions Award, UK

2007 Bloomberg New Contemporaries, UK 

 

 

COLLECTIONS

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Museum, Cambridge, MA

Portland Museum of Art, Portland, OR

 

 

SELECTED (VISITING) ARTIST LECTURES

2017 Podbielski Galerie, Berlin, Germany (forthcoming)

         Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities, Rutgers University, NJ  

2016 Contemporary Art Museum (CAM) Raleigh, NC

         Horace Wililams House, Chapel Hill, NC

2015 Artspace, Raleigh, NC

         Allcott Gallery, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC

2014 Blue Sky Gallery, Portland, OR

         Flyleaf Books, Chapel Hill, NC (book signing)

         Power Plant Gallery, Durham, NC (book signing) (regretfully declined)

         Word Up, New York, NY (book launch) (in conversation with Joanna Castro, Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance)

         Center for the Study of the American South (CSAS), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (in conversation with Prof. William Ferris)

         NY Photo Salon (regretfully declined)

2013 New York Public Library (in conversation with Jaime Permuth, School of Visual Arts)

2012 Field Projects, New York, NY (in conversation with Diana Caba, Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance)

2010 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Museum, Cambridge, MA 

         Corcoran College of Art+Design, Washington, DC

2009 George Washington University, Washington, DC

         Yale University/muf architects, London, UK 

2008 Photographers’ Gallery, London, UK 

2007 [space]/Goldsmiths, London, UK 

2005 University of Duisburg-Essen, Essen, Germany 

2004 University of Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany

 

 

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EDUCATION

2015 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC, MFA Studio Art

2006 Goldsmiths, University of London, UK, M.A. Photography & Urban Cultures

2003 University of Dortmund, Germany, Diploma Spatial Planning 

 

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2016 Oppressive Architecture, Contemporary Art Museum (CAM) Raleigh, NC

         Oppressive Architecture, Heavy Load-Bearing Body/Museum Tempelhof-Schoeneberg, Berlin, Germany

         Plantation Still Lifes, Horace Williams House, Chapel Hill, NC

         Raleigh Redux, Artspace, Raleigh, NC 

2015 We Still Love Life, The John and June Allcott Gallery, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC

         Basement Sanctuaries, Gallery 1401, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA

2014 Basement Sanctuaries, Blue Sky Gallery, Portland, OR

2013 Basement Sanctuaries, New York Public Library (NYPL), New York, NY

2012 Basement Sanctuaries, Field Projects, New York, NY

         Go for Gold! The Underground Gallery, London, UK

2010 Go for Gold! The East London Landscape of the 2012 Olympics, Wolk Gallery, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA

         Go for Gold! The Transformation of the Lower Lea Valley, Civilian Art Projects, Washington, DC

2009 Transitory Spaces, Goldsmiths, University of London, London, UK

2005 Raumvorstellungen, University of Dortmund, Germany

2004 Perspectives, University of Dortmund and traveling, Germany

 

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2017 FRESH 2017, Klompching Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (forthcoming)

         LensCulture Emerging Talent Awards 2016, International Center of Photography (ICP), New York, NY

         Urban Memories, Urban Photographers’ Association, Goldsmiths, University London / London Architecture  Festival, London, UK

         30th Anniversary Residency Invitational Retrospective, Artspace, Raleigh, NC 

         Guest Room, Der Greif (online) 

         The 2017 Women’s March Exhibition, Lenscratch (online)

         Living in the Shadows: Underground Immigrant Communities, Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities, Rutgers University, NJ               

2016 Memory and Archive, Urban Photographers’ Association, Lewisham Art House, London, UK             

         Meld. A UNC Alumni Duo Exhibition Spectre Arts, Durham, NC

         Art + Dialogue: Responding to Racial Tension in America, High Point University, NC

2015 40/40, Blue Sky Gallery, Portland, OR

         Art + Dialogue: Responding to Racial Tension in America, GreenHill/Greensboro College, NC

         Neo-Pre-Proto-Anti-Para-Ultra-Contra-Post-Photography, Spectre Arts, Durham, NC

         Beyond Cameras, Horace Williams House, Chapel Hill, NC

         The Land of No Things, Ackland Art Museum, Chapel Hill, NC

         Association of Urban Photographers’ Movement Exhibition, Bogotá Arte Contemporáneo, Bogota, Columbia

2014 Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s (LMCC) Autumn Art Auction, William Holman Gallery, New York, NY

         NUTUREart’s Annual Benefit, The Boiler, Brooklyn, NY

         Contemporary German Photography, The 14th China Pingyao International Photography Festival, China

         LensCulture 2014 Emerging Talent Awards Exhibition, Valid Foto, Barcelona, Spain

         Association of Urban Photographers’ Movement Exhibition, Silverprint Gallery, London, UK

         Sony World Photography Awards, Somerset House, London, UK

2013 Rising Waters: Photographs of Hurricane Sandy, co-organized by the International Center of Photography and the Museum of the City of New York, Governors Island, New York, NY

         Curate NYC, selected by Sarah Newman, Curator of Contemporary Art, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

         Adrift - The Unfamiliar Familiar in Modern Society, Galerie Ruberl, Vienna, AT

2012 Habitats, Grady Alexis Gallery at El Taller Latino Americano, New York, NY

         Adrift - The Unfamiliar Familiar in Modern Society, Truman Brewery, London, UK

         Residual Traces, Photofusion, London, UK Juxtaposition, See Studio, London, UK

         FRESH 2012, Klompching Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (online)

         THE FENCE, Photoville/United Photo Industries, Brooklyn, NY

         Uptown Arts Review - Grantee Show, Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), New York, NY

2011 Hackney Observed, Hackney Museum, London, UK

         Elephant in a Room, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK

         Uptown Arts Review - Grantee Show, Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), New York, NY

2010 Mixology II: Photography & Photo-based Work, Curator’s Office, Washington, DC

2009 Olympic Visions, The Nunnery Gallery, London, UK

2008 A Line is There to be Broken, This is not a Gateway (TINAG) Festival, London, UK

2007 Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2007, The New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall; Rochelle School, London;

                  Cornerhouse, Manchester, UK

         Foundations, [space], London, UK

2006 MA Thesis Exhibition No Right Turn, Village Underground, London, UK

         Tor 38, Kokerei Zollverein, Essen, Germany

         The Elephant Vanishes, Tate Modern, London, UK

2003 Phoenix_werke. Kunst in der Zwischenzeit, Phoenix-West, Dortmund, Germany

 

 

URBAN INTERVENTIONS

2016  Les Livres-Lieux, Montreal, CA (with Adaptive Actions)

2009  2070B, Olympic Fence, London, UK (in collaboration with Jean-François Prost)

2006 Flowers for Heygate, London, UK

 

 

BOOKS

2014 Basement Sanctuaries, Schilt Publishing 

 

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

2017 “What Remains of the Day - 71 Years After the End of World War II”, In: LensCulture (2017) Best of Lensculture 2016 (plus book cover) (forthcoming)

          Winifred Chiocchia, “Awards: Gesche Würfel. What Remains of the Day - 71 Years After the End of World             War II”, LensCulture, 01/27/2017

2016 Chris Vitiello, “The Most Essential Local Art of 2016 Punched Back at a Disgraceful Year”, INDYweek, 12/28/2016*

2016 Andrea Blanch, “Gesche Würfel, Musee Emerging Artist”, Musee Magazine, no. 15

         Tom Mustroph, “Schwere Hinterlassenschaft”, taz, 8/11/2016

         Rundfunk Berlin Brandenburg, Tagesthemen, 6/23/3016

         Dietmar Bührer, “Gesche Würfel “Oppressive Architecture“, Brennpunkt Magazin 3/2016

2015 “Basement stories: the underground shrines of Manhattan supers – in pictures”, The Guardian

         Elizabeth Avedon, “The New Tork Times Portfolio Reviews. Day 1“, L’oeil de la Photographie

         Frank Stasio, “The Land of No Things”, The State of Things - WUNC

         Brian Howe, “We Still Love Life - Pick of the Week”, INDYweek

         Caitlin Schneider, “How to see... Beauty in a Basement”, mental_floss

2014 Katherine Oktober Matthews, “Basement Sanctuaries”, GUP Magazine

         Jordan G. Teicher, “The Hidden Beauty of New York City’s Basements”, Slate

         Margot Peppers, “Inside New York City’s basements: Fascinating photo series reveals the rarely seen underground homes of superintendants and their families”, Daily Mail   

         Brian Howe, “Gesche Würfel: Basement Sanctuaries”, INDYweek

         Eve Kahn, “Decorator Underground”, The New York Times

         Amy Wolff, “Basement Sanctuaries - Photo of the Day”, PDN Online

         Alan Feuer, “The Lairs of Super Men”, The New York Times

         Oliver Atwell, “Basement Sanctuaries”, Amateur Photographer

2013 Pete Brook, “Photographer Finds Cockatiels, Jesus in NYC Basements”, WIRED

         Julianne Welby, “One NY Artist: Photographer Gesche Würfel”, WNYC-New York Public Radio

         Eva Dewes “Die Individualisierung der Welt. Neue Positionen der Fotografie bei Ruberl in Wien”, Parnass

         Gregg McQueen, “Sanctuary in the Cellar”, Manhattan Times

2013 “Basement Sanctuaries”, In: Boucher, Marie-Pier; Dufresne, Jean-Maxime; Melgar, Gema and Jean-François Prost (eds.), Heteropolis

         “Weekend Portfolios: Basement Sanctuaries” (selected by Anne Biroleau), Le Journal de la Photographie

2012 Jordan Davidson, “Uptown’s Underground Spaces to be Featured in Chelsea Art Show”, DNAinfo.com

2012 Go for Gold!, The Velvet Cell (exhibition catalogue)

        “Basement Sanctuaries”, In: Boucher, Marie-Pier; Dufresne, Jean-Maxime; Melgar, Gema and Jean-                     François Prost (eds.), Heteropolis, 276-281. 

         “Go for Gold! Story of the Week”, Foto8. July 26, 2012. Online. 

         “Go for Gold!”, StadtBauwelt, London - Olympia Issue, June 2012: 12-19.

          “Go for Gold!”, Visual Studies, Olympics Special Issue, June 2012 (Vol. 27 No.2): 141-147. 

          “Go for Gold!”, In: Isaac Marrero-Guillamón and Powell, Hilary (eds.), The Art of Dissent, Marshgate                       Press, 2012: 136-3

         Bruce Diamond and Max Sass, “NoMAA’s ‘Women in the Heights’ show puts vibrancy of Northern Manhattan’s       burgeoning arts scene on display”, NYDailyNews.com

2011 Entretien avec Brian Massumi avec Marie-Pier Boucher et Jean-François Prost, “Fragments d’action pour la ville”, INTER. Art Actuel

2010 Louis Jacobson, “City Light This Week’s Best. Gesche Würfel: Go for Gold! at Civilian Art Projects”, Washington City Paper

         The Pink Line Project, “Salon Contra: Go For Gold! with Gesche Wuerfel and Al Miner”, (online video)

2009 “Gesche Wuerfel”, In: New Museum (ed.), Younger Than Jesus: The Artist Directory. New York: New             Museum and Phaidon, 519.

          “2070B”, In: Prost, Jean-Francois (ed.), Adaptive Actions, SPACE: London, 38-41. 

          with David Kendall and Tristan Fennell “A line is there to be broken. Conversation with Prof. Caroline                    Knowles”, Critical Cities. Ideas, Knowledge and Agitation from Emerging Urbanists. Volume 1,                    London: Myrdle Court Press, 62-75. 

          Peter D. Osborne, “The Unreachable Landscape: Some Themes in Photography in England 1990 to 2007”, CAHIER FOTOGRAFIE #2

          Viewfinder Photography Gallery, A Line Is There To Be Broken. Blurb (catalogue without pagination).  

2008 “Farewell from the Garden Paradise” (2008), In: London Independent Photography London Independent                            Photography Magazine, Summer 2008, No. 9, London, 8-11.

2007 Bytheway, Bev and Eileen Daly (eds.), Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2007 Catalogue. London: New Contemporaries [1988] Ltd. (exhibition catalogue without pagination)

         “Go for Gold! Photographically engaging with the Olympics 2012” (2007), In: University of East London                    (UEL) Rising East Online. Making regeneration our business. Issue 6, January 2007. London: University of East London. Online

2006 Go for Gold! (self-published artist book)

 

 

GRANTS / FELLOWSHIPS / AWARDS / RESIDENCIES

2017 The Fifth New York Portfolio Review, New York, NY

         Faculty Research Grant,  University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC

         Review Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico (regretfully declined)

2016 LensCulture 2016 Emerging Talent Awards, Juror’s Pick

         Faculty Research Grant,  University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC

         GlogauAIR Residency, Berlin, Germany (regretfully declined)

2015 Regional Emerging Artist Residency, Artspace, Raleigh, NC

         The Third New York Times Portfolio Review, New York, NY

         Shortlist, Architecture Category, Felix-Schoeller Photo Award, Germany

2014 LensCulture 2014 Emerging Talent Awards Winner

         Two Travel Grants from the Center of the Study of the American South (CSAS), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC

         Professional Shortlist, Architecture Category, SONY World Photography Awards, London, UK

2013 Longlist, Aperture Portfolio Prize, New York, NY

         Critical Mass 200, Photolucida, Portland, OR

2012 Manhattan Community Arts Fund Grant (MCAF), Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC), New York, NY

         Creative Grant, Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), New York, NY

         Runner-up, Camera Club New York (CCNY) Darkroom Residency 2013, New York, NY (1-month use of facilities)

2011 Individual Artist Grant, Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), New York, NY

2008 Merit, Fujifilm Dinstinctions Award, UK

2007 Bloomberg New Contemporaries, UK 

 

 

COLLECTIONS

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Museum, Cambridge, MA

Portland Museum of Art, Portland, OR

 

 

SELECTED (VISITING) ARTIST LECTURES

2017 Podbielski Galerie, Berlin, Germany (forthcoming)

         Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities, Rutgers University, NJ  

2016 Contemporary Art Museum (CAM) Raleigh, NC

         Horace Wililams House, Chapel Hill, NC

2015 Artspace, Raleigh, NC

         Allcott Gallery, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC

2014 Blue Sky Gallery, Portland, OR

         Flyleaf Books, Chapel Hill, NC (book signing)

         Power Plant Gallery, Durham, NC (book signing) (regretfully declined)

         Word Up, New York, NY (book launch) (in conversation with Joanna Castro, Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance)

         Center for the Study of the American South (CSAS), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (in conversation with Prof. William Ferris)

         NY Photo Salon (regretfully declined)

2013 New York Public Library (in conversation with Jaime Permuth, School of Visual Arts)

2012 Field Projects, New York, NY (in conversation with Diana Caba, Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance)

2010 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Museum, Cambridge, MA 

         Corcoran College of Art+Design, Washington, DC

2009 George Washington University, Washington, DC

         Yale University/muf architects, London, UK 

2008 Photographers’ Gallery, London, UK 

2007 [space]/Goldsmiths, London, UK 

2005 University of Duisburg-Essen, Essen, Germany 

2004 University of Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany

 

 

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