To further its mission of promoting a dialogue with photography, CCNY invites noteworthy emerging lens-based artists, curators, and other photo professionals to provide commentary on the photo scene in any style they wish, for a period of three months each, on CCNY’s Guest Blog.
Now in its 5th year, the blog has featured 16 diverse photographers and photo professionals since 2009. The most often viewed feature on CCNY’s website, it reaches more than 12,000 readers, including a virtual, international audience that is far larger than the audiences that can come to CCNY’s programs in person.
Past Guest Bloggers:
Lorena Marrón is a photographer and writer from Mexico pursuing an MA in Art History and Museum Studies from City University of New York. As an art writer, she has published in Letras Libres and La Tempestad and the newspapers Reforma and El Universal. She is a fellow for the Jumex Foundation.
Nandita Raman b. Varanasi, India, is a graduate of the Bard College -International Center of Photography MFA program in New York City. Her most recent body of work Utopia explores the possibility of indeterminacy in religion and the problems of translating an experience into language.