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Michael Najjar will be exhibiting works from "netropolis" (2003 - 2006) at the Academy of Arts Berlin exhibition; DEMO:POLIS - The Right to Public Space, March 12 - May 29, 2016

Christopher Woodcock is included in the 2016 juried exhibition, Common Ground: A Celebration of Our National Parks. 

Christopher Payne's Asylum "works meditate on how much spaces were once lived-in and highly functioning". - Ashley McNelis for Artsy

Jonathan Lewis's The Pixles are part of SIght Reading: Photography and the Legible World, a group exhibition at The Morgan Library & Museum, on view thorugh May 30. 

Christopher Payne's Asylum featured in American Photo. "Payne’s photos capture both the grandeur and the curative nature of these spaces. His eye also locates visible undertones of the personal tragedies—and triumphs—that took place within the building’s walls".

Photographer spotlight on Jacqueline Hassink by Michael Kurcgeld. "Although widely varied, her missions can be roughly divided into those that explore a symbology of corporate power, and those that contemplate the dichotomy of public and private space".

Christopher Payne Asylum exhibition is featured as 12 Things to Do in New York's Art World Before February 12

Christopher Payne's Asylum series featured in Lomography Magazine.

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