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Fashion Film, 2011 - 2016

September 30 - November 5, 2016

A man with his mouth open and eyes closed on a white background.
Credit: Wish Thanasarakhan, Class of 2014

Reception

Wed, Oct 19, 6:00pm - 8:00pm

School of Visual Arts presents “Fashion Film, 2011 – 2016,” an exhibition of work by MPS Fashion Photography alumni who graduated between 2011 and 2016. Co-curated by department co-chair Stephen Frailey and Barry Sutton, director of operations, “Fashion Film, 2011 – 2016” is on view Friday, September 30, through Saturday, November 5, at the SVA Chelsea Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor, New York City.


Participating artists include Yunna Ao (2016), Mikey Asanin (2016), Boom Boom Bryan (2014), Marvin Castro (2016), Nima Chaichi (2016), Bon Duke (2012), Qiayi Hu (2015), Richard Gerst (2013), Rina Gluckman (2016), Michael Groeger (2014), Paul Jung (2013), Joe Lee (2015), Peter Ash Lee (2012), Chien Wen Lin (2015), Anna Morgowicz (2014), Ricardo Rivera (2013), Jae Eun Seok (2015), Wish Thanasarakhan (2014), Emese Tot (2013), Runxi Wang (2015), Ziqian Wang (2016), Jun Seon Yoon (2013) and Matin Zad (2013).


MPS in Fashion Photography is an intensive, one-year degree program offering practicing photographers the opportunity to advance their bodies of work under the guidance of photographers, editors, creative directors and digital retouchers working at the forefront of fashion today. Bridging the gap between “high” and “low” culture, commercial and fine art photography, still and moving images, the program is dedicated to exploiting the full potential of fashion photography as a platform for invention. Co-founded by Jimmy Moffat (Art + Commerce and Red Hood Labs) and BFA Photography and Video Chair Stephen Frailey, MPS Fashion Photography is the only graduate program dedicated to fashion photography in the United States.


Free and open to the public