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Faculty Updates: Jade Doskow, Pan Terzis, Peter Hristoff, Alicia Grullon

New art exhibitions, books from SVA Continuing Education faculty

What have SVACE faculty members been up to? We have exciting updates from faculty members Jade Doskow, Pan Terzis, Peter Hristoff, and Alicia Grullon!

Jade Doskow is featured in a new book, 50 Contemporary Women Artists: Groundbreaking Art from 1960 to the Present. The book profiles "an international cross-section of artists," writes the publisher, Schiffer, and “presents fresh perspectives on feminism and notions of cultural power.” Doskow appears alongside artists and architects like Judy Chicago, Maya Lin, Tara Donovan, and many more.

It's Nice That, a popular blog for creatives, recently featured Doskow's project, The Neighbor I Never Knew. Blog writer Josh Baines describes how through the camera lens, Doskow explores the home of a neighbor, recently deceased. "That ties into one of Jade’s overarching themes as a photographic practitioner: the sensations of energy that seem to hum in the spaces left behind by humans," writes Baines.

Doskow’s photo, Prism House, Red Hook was part of the ICP Spotlights: Benefit Auction 2018. The event is an annual benefit luncheon and auction honoring women in visual arts working in photography and film.

Jade Doskow teaches Portfolio Workshop: Landscapes and the Built Environment.

Pan Terzis and Peter Hristoff will exhibit their work in "Prometheus’ Admission," an upcoming exhibition at Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop. Featuring digital, risograph and screen printing, the work on view will include elements of collage, narrative, and nature.

Pan Terzis teaches RISO Printing: Zines and Small Publishing. Peter Hristoff teaches Drawing Intensive: The 100 and The Perfect Square: Intermediate to Advanced Panel Painting.

Alicia Grullon participated in "White Anxieties," a group exhibition at WhiteBox that "takes the pulse of what haunts the conservative, American psyche," according to the press release. Grullon exhibited a video work, Untitled (Copy Black Female), 2014. Grullon writes that the piece "considers the events taking place the week of October 30, 2013 when Adrian Piper dropped out of "Radical Presence" and Renisha McBride, 19 was killed in a Detroit suburb while seeking help after her car broke down." "White Anxieties" also features artists Martha Rosler, Renee Cox, Louise Fishman, Rirkrit Tiravanija, and more.

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