Snite Museum Of Art Essay Contest For High School

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Public Collections

Akron Art Museum
Brooklyn Museum of Art
David Winton Bell Gallery, Brown University
Canadian Centre for Architecture
Cleveland Museum of Art
Colby College Museum of Art
Columbia University
Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University
Cranbrook Art Museum
Deerfield Academy
Detroit Institute of Art
Grand Rapids Art Museum
Haverford College
High Museum, Atlanta
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College
International Museum of Photography, George Eastman House
Indiana State University
Israel Museum, Jerusalem
J. Paul Getty Museum
Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Library of Congress
Mead Art Museum, Amherst College
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Museum of the City of New York
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Museum of Nebraska Art
National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
New York Public Library
North Carolina Museum of Art
Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach FL
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Princeton University Art Museum
The Queens Museum of Art
Rollins College, Florida
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC
Snite Museum of Art, Notre Dame
Swarthmore College
Arthur Ross Gallery, University of Pennsylvania
Francis Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College
Charlotte & Philip Hanes Art Gallery, Wake Forest University
Whitney Museum of American Art
Yale University Art Gallery

Solo Exhibitions

2016Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha NE
2016Jackson Fine Art, Atlanta GA
2015Galerie Alex Daniels – Reflex Amsterdam
2014David Klein Gallery, Birmingham MI
2014Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York
2014Couturier Gallery, Los Angeles
2014Swarthmore College, PA
2012National Building Museum, Washington D.C.
2012Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids MI
2012University Art Gallery, Indiana State University
2011The Queens Museum of Art, New York
2011Groton School, de Menil Gallery, Groton MA
2011Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville ME
2010Akron Art Museum, Akron OH
2010Tambaran Gallery, New York
2010Galerie Alex Daniels – Reflex Amsterdam
2010Jackson Fine Art, Atlanta GA
2009Yancey Richardson, New York
2009Rosfoto, St. Petersburg
2009Koffler Centre of the Arts, Toronto
2008Galerie CM ART, Paris
2008Museum of Nebraska Art, Kearney NE
2008Jackson Fine Art, Atlanta GA
2008Rena Bransten, San Francisco
2007UBS Moscow Arts Center, Moscow
2007Museum of Russian Art, Minneapolis
2007Robert Moses and the Modern City: Columbia University, Museum of the City of New York, The Queens Museum of Art, New York
2006Yancey Richardson, New York
2006Jaffe-Friede and Strauss Galleries, Dartmouth College
2006Galerie f 5,6, Munich
2006Jackson Fine Art, Atlanta GA
2004Craig Krull, Los Angeles
2003Jackson Fine Art, Atlanta GA
2002Yancey Richardson, New York
2002Robert Koch, San Francisco
2000Craig Krull, Los Angeles
1999Paris Photo, France
1999Carol Ehlers, Chicago
1999Yancey Richardson, New York
1999Art Miami, Miami FL
1997Yancey Richardson, New York
1994Janet Borden Inc., New York
1993Lutz Teutloff, Cologne, Germany
1991Janet Borden Inc., New York
1987P.S. 1, Special Project, Long Island City NY
1986Julie Saul, New York
1985Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT
1984Nina Freudenheim, Buffalo NY

Grants and Awards

2014John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship
2011Michigan Notable Books Selection
2002Sundance Film Festival, Special Jury Prize
1997Judith Rothschild Foundation Grant
1996Cissy Patterson Foundation Grant
1995Black Maria Festival, Director’s Citation Award
1985The Kaplan Fund
1984NYSCA, Exhibition Grant
1983NYSCA, Sponsored Project
1982Finalist, Prix de Jeunes Photographes, Arles, France
1981National Endowment for the Humanities, Youth Grant

Commissions

2009NYU- Abu Dhabi, Exhibition and Accompanying Book
2009World Monuments Fund/ Knoll International, Main Street Modernism
2006Artist in Residence, Dartmouth College
2006Trees Portfolio, Vassar College
2005Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland OH
2004Public Art Fund, Governors Island Project
1999Public Art Fund, Hilton Hotel, Times Square
1998MTA/Arts for Transit, Lightbox Project at Times Square
1995MTA/Arts for Transit, Lightbox Project at Grand Central
1993Dreyfus Corporation, NY
1987Citibank, New York
1987Trenam Simmons, Tampa, FL
1980Downtown Development District / The City of New Orleans

Group Exhibitions (selected)

2015ICP Presents: ¡Cuba, Cuba! 65 Years of Photography, Southampton Arts Center
2015The Memory of Time: Contemporary Photographs at the National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
2014In Residence: Contemporary Artists at Dartmouth, Hood Museum of Art
2013Cidades: Modos de Fazer, Modos de Usar, X Architecture Biennale, Sao Paulo
2013Dark Blue: The Water as Protagonist, Haggerty Museum, Milwaukee, WI
2012An Orchestrated Vision, St. Louis Art Museum
2012Structuring Nature, Walton Arts Center
2011Detroit Revealed: Photographs 2000-2010, Detroit Institute of Arts
2011Life and Death of Buildings, Princeton University2011 Every/Smith Galleries, Davidson College, North Carolina
2009Emmet Gowin: A Collective Portrait, Princeton University
2009Rethinking Landscape: Contemporary Photography from the Allen G. Thomas, Jr. Collection, Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke
2009Focus on Photography, Hood Museum, Dartmouth College
2008Recent Acquisitions, The Queens Museum of Art
2008World Views, University of Northern Iowa
2007Border Crossing Exercises, Gallery Nord-Norge, Harstad
2007Allusive Moments, Rena Bransten Gallery
2007Room x Room, James Harris Gallery, Seattle
2006Recent Acquisitions, Philadelphia Museum of Art
2004Governors Island, Municipal Art Society
2000New York Now 2000, Museum of the City of New York
2000Emmet Gowin and Students, Alfred University
1999Starry Night, Carol Ehlers Gallery
1999Ancient History, Yancey Richardson Gallery
1999Full Exposure: Contemporary Photography, NJ Center for Visual Arts
1998Disappearing Summer Cinema, Yancey Richardson, New York
1995H2O, Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York
1992Janet Borden Inc., New York
1990Clocktower, New York
1989Suburban Home Life, Whitney Museum of American Art
1987Light Gallery, New York
1986George Eastman House, Rochester, NY
1985International Torino Photo Manifestation, Italy
1985South Street Survey Municipal Art Society, NY

Publications and Reviews

2016Omaha World-Herald, Capturing More Than Landscapes
2016Photograph Magazine, Interview by Lyle Rexer

2016The New York Times Magazine, Should the United States Save Tangier Island From Oblivion?, Jon Gertner
2016Port Magazine, Desert Canto: Paolo Soleri’s Arcosanti, Kyle Chayka
2016The New York Review of Books, Fury Over Fracking, Tim Flannery
2016Oxford American Magazine
2016The New York Times Magazine, Montserrat’s Unexpected Life
2014Environmental History, Vol. 19, “Looking for Nature in the Rust Belt: the Sublime of Andrew Moore’s Detroit Disassembled”
2013The New York Times Magazine, Life Along the 100th Meridian, Inara Verzemnieks

2012The New York Times Magazine, Where is Cuba Going? (cover),  Jeremiah Sullivan
2012The New York Times Magazine, Jungleland (cover), Nathaniel Rich
2012Cuba, Photographs 1998-2012, published by Damiani Press
2011The New York Times, Capturing the Idling of Motor City, Mike Rubin
2011Cousin Corinne’s, Issue #3, Balkan Portfolio
2011Art in America, (cover) A Planet of Relics, Max Kozloff
2011National Geographic, Photo Journal
2010ArtNews, Hilarie M. Sheets, Artist Profile
2010Detroit Disassembled, essay by Philip Levine, published by the Akron Art Museum and Damiani Press
2010Making History, Selected Photographs 1980-2010, Reflex Editions
2009Time Magazine, Pictures of the Year
2009New Yorker, Vince Aletti, Exhibition Review
2009The L Magazine, Andrew Moore’s Beautiful Ruins, Deidre Hering
2009Wall Street Journal, William Meyers, Exhibition Review
2009Aperture Magazine, Selections from the Detroit Series
2009New York 400, Museum of the City of New York
2009la photographie n’est pas l’art, Collection of Sylvio Perlstein
2007Close Up: Photographers at Work, Ovation TV
2007Robert Moses and the Modern City, Hilary Ballon and Kenneth T. Jackson, W.W. Norton
2007Artnews, Hilarie M. Sheets, Exhibition Review
2007New Yorker, Vince Aletti, Exhibition Review
2007Conscientious, Interview by Joerg Colberg
2007New York Times, Martha Schwendener, Exhibition Review
2006New York Sun, Deborah Garwood, Exhibition Review
2006Two Views, Cleveland Clinic, pictures by Larry Fink and Andrew Moore
2006Valley News, Hanover NH, Exhibition Review
2005Russia: Beyond Utopia, Chronicle Books
2004Governors Island, Photographs by Lisa Kereszi and Andrew Moore
2004New York Times, Stray Bowling Balls and Other Ghosts of Governors Island, Sarah Boxer, Photography Review
2004LA Times, Communism’s Faded Glory, Leah Ollman
2003New Yorker, Exhibition Review
2003New York Magazine, Exhibition Review
2003Village Voice, Vince Aletti, Voice Choice
2004New York Sun, Talya Halkin, Exhibition Review
2003The Art Newspaper, Exhibition Review
2003Atlanta Journal Constitution, Watching Times Incursions
2002SF Weekly, Moore’s Havana, Exhibit Review
2002NY Times, A Collage in which Life=Death=Art, Michael Kimmelman
2002The Nation, Stuart Klawans, Review of How to Draw a Bunny
2002Inside Havana, Chronicle Books
2001LA Times, Cuba’s Spirit Resounds in Decaying Spaces, Review
1999Visual ID, Havana Portfolio, Japan
1999Chicago Reader, Exhibition Review
1999Hemisphere Magazine, Havana Portfolio
1999M, The New York Art World, Cover Image and Review
1999The New Yorker, Exhibition Review
1999New York Magazine, Exhibition Preview
1999Art & Auction, Spotlight Section
1999Art and Antiques, Preview of Havana Exhibition
1998Review Magazine, Exhibition review
1997Harper’s Magazine, Photographs
1997The Village Voice, Exhibition review
1997Review Magazine, Two exhibition reviews
1997The New Yorker, Exhibition review
1995A Byzantine Journey by John Ash, Random House, Photographs
1994The Village Voice, Exhibition review
1993Arch-Text, London, “New York Variations” portfolio
1993ARTNews. Exhibition review
1989Suburban Home Life, Whitney Museum, Essay by Miwon Kwon
1988Present Heaven, Exhibition Catalog, essay by Madison Smartt Bell
1986The Village Voice, Exhibition review

Film and Video

1996-Producer/Director of Photography for How to draw a bunny. A feature length documentary on the life and times of the artist Ray
Johnson. Awarded Special Jury Prize at 2002 Sundance Film Festival
1996Flight Sequence for Peter and Wendy, a Mabou Mines Production. Directed by Lee Breuer. Premiered at the Spoleto Festival,
Charleston, SC
1995Director of Photography for Supermarket, directed by David Byrne. Shown at The New York Film Festival.
1995Director of Photography for Edison, The Wizard of Electricity. Directed by John Walter for The American Experience Series.
1995La Dolce Vito: A Profile of the artist Vito Acconci City Arts, Thirteen-WNET
1991Nosferatu, short film, scored by Eliot Sokolov Selected for MTV’s Artbreaks series, and WGBH’s New Television

Teaching

2004-School of Visual Arts, New York, Master Class, Graduate Program in Photography
2001- 2010Princeton University, Lecturer in the Council of Humanities and Program in the Visual Arts. Initiated first course in Digital Photography and Co-Founder of Annual “The Art of Science” Competition

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Snite Museum of Art Essay Competition

Each academic year, the Snite Museum of Art, in conjunction with the University Writing Program and the First Year of Studies, celebrates the best essay by a first-year student on a topic related to a work of art in the museum’s collection. First, second, and third place winners will receive $150, $125, and $100 cash awards, respectively, and have their essays published in Fresh Writing, Volume 17. The deadline for submissions is Friday, March 9, 2018. Download the essay guidelines or read the 2016–2017 winning essays.

Use Works of Art at the Snite to Support Your Studies

Works of art at the Snite can support your research, be subject matter for class assignments, and provide inspiration. The Snite supports students whose academic interests connect to works of art in the museum's collection. Snite staff members are a resource for your questions about works of art and can arrange for you to see works of art not currently on view.  Want to see something but you are not sure what? Snite staff can help you determine which objects might best suit your interests.  

Contact the Curator of Education, Academic Programs at (574) 631-4718 or by email with questions. 

Learn More About Works of Art at the Snite

See an Overview of the CollectionsThe Snite Museum of Art is comprised of over 27,000 objects representing thousands of years of human expression from around the globe. 

Read Museum PublicationsLearn more about works of art in the collection in these featured Snite publications.

Listen to a SniteCast: The Snite has over 50 podcasts that explore works of art in the collection.  

Attend Events at the Snite: Exhibition openings, gallery talks, lectures, and interdisciplinary events are an enjoyable way to learn more about works of art at the museum. View the calendar for more information.  

Snite Salon Series: Snite Salons are collegial exchanges of ideas about a great work of art, informed by participants' thoughtful observations, curiosity, and discernment.  Gather with fellow students, faculty, and staff in the galleries to discover, discuss, and debate together the selection for this monthly program.
See the calendar for more information.

Get Involved at the Snite

Student Advisory Group

The Snite Museum of Art Student Advisory Group is looking for new members for the 2017-2018 academic year. The group bridges the Museum and the student body by collaborating with staff to promote the Museum on campus and represent campus inside the Museum. The student advisory group will plan and host creative, academic, and social events at the museum specifically for students. For more information, contact Rachel Heisler, assistant curator of education, academic programs.

PhotoFutures: Collecting Art for Notre Dame

PhotoFutures is a collaborative collecting group at the Snite Museum of Art that acquires contemporary photography for the University of Notre Dame. Designed for students of any major, this six-session co-curricular program combines issues related to museum collecting, contemporary photography, and socially-engaged artistic practice. Students will critique individual photographs and evaluate artists' portfolios, and also engage in critical discussions with the artists themselves, Snite Museum curators, and select faculty. Ultimately, students will develop their own collecting criteria to recommend a photograph for acquisition that adds value to the permanent collection of the Snite Museum and supports the mission of the University. 

This fall, PhotoFutures will explore how images affect our understanding of climate change. Featured photographers include Sebastiao Salgado, Joel Sartore, Edward Burtynsky, Robb Kendrick, James Balog, Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison, and Christine Simpson. Faculty from biology, civil engineering, theology, and creative writing will join the discussions.

Register for PhotoFutures through Class Search. This non-credit opportunity is listed under Art History (ARHI30540), but it is open to all students.

Gallery Teaching Program

If you have a passion for art and an interest in teaching, consider being a student gallery teacher at the Snite Museum for the 2017-2018 academic year. Undergraduate students in this position support both the Museum and its partner departments by teaching through art when classes visit the Snite Museum. All gallery teachers participate in a gallery teaching practicum, held on Friday afternoons both semesters, that explores teaching and learning through works of art.

The Snite Museum is currently looking for students to teach Spanish language, Italian language, and Writing and Rhetoric classes. All gallery teachers are also eligible to help teach Moreau First Year Experience classes, too. For more information about these paid positions, contact Bridget Hoyt, curator of education, or fill out an application (language classes or Writing and Rhetoric). If you would like to be considered for both a language and a Writing and Rhetoric position, please indicate your interest on the language classes application. Applications are due April 5th. 

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Be added to the Snite listserv and keep up with opportunities and events just for students at the Snite. Check the calendar for upcoming events ranging from lectures to exhibition openings to social events.

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