Work of award-winning Photographer Elizabeth Bick '03 reviewed in the New York Times

The work of Photographer Elizabeth Bick '03 was recently reviewed in the New York Times. Bick was recognized in January 2017 with a prestigous national award for her photography work by the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, Fla. The Rudin Prize for Emerging Photographers is bestowed every two years to an emerging photographer on the leading edge of their field but who has not yet had a solo museum exhibition.

Elizabeth Bick is a photographer based in New York City, influenced by her training in dance. A recent exhibition at the Norton Museum of Art won her the Rudin Prize 2017, nominated by Shirin Neshat. One-woman exhibitions include University of Texas Visual Arts Center in January 2017 and a solo installation at SPRING BREAK/Art Show in March 2017.

Notable group shows include Aperture Foundation Gallery, Fraenkel Gallery, and Proposition Gallery. Several of her works have been featured in Art News, Art Forum, Huffington Post, Lenscratch, The New Yorker, New York Times, W Magazine online, Paper Journal, and Vice. She has been a fellow at the Art & Law Program, and a resident artist at LATITUDE Chicago, American Academy in Rome (summer residency), Santa Fe Art Institute, Chateau La Napoule, and LMCC Katrina Artist Workspace residency. Grants and awards include the Ward Cheney award (Yale honors), Joan Mitchell Foundation, Pollock-Krasner Foundation, and the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston. She holds a MFA in Photography from Yale University, and a BFA in Photography from Loyola University New Orleans.