MAT Art Education Department faculty member and recent graduate Jaime Permuth (MPS 2009 Digital Photography) sent in this update about his busy summer:
“Over the summer I will be working on completing my series The Completely Visible World, which I began in 2009.
Most recently in New York, images from this body of work have been featured in Daniel Cooney Fine Art’s contemporary photography auction; En Foco’s ‘LATENT’ exhibition at Umbrella Arts; and ‘The Naked Truth,’ curated by Ruben Natal-San Miguel and currently at Hous Projects [through Saturday, July 17]. The series was also featured in the 2010 ‘Bienal de Arte Paiz‘ in Guatemala, curated by Jose Roca.
I will be collaborating on the third and final installment in a trilogy of family projects which I began with my father Mario and younger brother Igal in 2004. To date we have presented the first two installments of the trilogy (in exhibition and book format): Re-trato de familia (2004) and Tarzan Lopez (2007).”