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Eye on the West at Yale’s Beinecke Library, Sept 1 – Dec 16, 2018

Eye on the West: Photography and the Contemporary West will be on exhibit at Yale's Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library from Saturday, September 1 through to Sunday, December 16, 2018.  The North American West has been inhabited for millennia, but our vision of its history and cultures has...

Kim Stringfellow to receive an honorary doctoral degree from Claremont Graduate University

Kim Stringfellow will receive an honorary doctoral degree from Claremont Graduate University during the Saturday, May 12, 2018 commencement ceremony in Claremont, CA. Press Release: CGU Commencement Forum Re-Imagining the University Through the Arts, Design, and Innovation Each year, the Commencement Forum celebrates the accomplishments of student honorees...

The Comer Photography Collection at UT Dallas acquires photographic works

The Comer Collection at UT Dallas has acquired several prints from Greetings from the Salton Sea and Jackrabbit Homestead for their permanent photographic collection. Kim Stringfellow will present her work at a public lecture at UT Dallas on March 8, 2016 in conjunction with the...

TIME Lightbox: Guggenheim Fellows Reflect on Landscape Photography

TIME Lightbox published a feature story today on 2015 Guggenheim Fellows who photography practice is focused on landscape photography. Read the full story here: http://time.com/3817823/newly-named-guggenheim-fellows-reflect-on-landscape-photography/ ...

Kim Stringfellow awarded a 2015 Guggenheim Fellowship in Photography

Kim Stringfellow has been awarded a 2015 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship in Photography. In its ninety-first competition for the United States and Canada, the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation has awarded 173 Fellowships to a diverse group of 175 scholars, artists, and scientists. Appointed on...

The Atlantic CityLab features JRHS

Laura Bliss of The Atlantic CityLab wrote a nice blog feature on Jackrabbit Homestead. To read visit: http://www.citylab.com/housing/2014/12/the-last-homesteads-of-wonder-valley-california/383372/...

The Guardian features JRHS

The Guardian UK features a selection of photographs from Jackrabbit Homestead currently on view at the Autry National Center through August 23, 2015. To view the portfolio visit: http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2014/oct/09/kim-stringfellow-jackrabbit-homestead-american-west-los-angeles-in-pictures...

JRHS at UCR’s Culver Center of the Arts reviewed in Artillery Magazine

Kim Stringfellow Homestead on the Range Artillery Magazine  | Nov/Dec 2013 By Christopher Michno Kim Stringfellow’s photographs of derelict cabins that sit within the high-desert landscape of the Mojave provide a necessarily familiar entry point into “Jackrabbit Homestead: Tracing the Small Tract Act in the Southern California Landscape.” This,...

Gems of the Desert | Inland Empire Weekly

Appreciating the Beauty behind Wonder Valley’s Forgotten Structures By Jamie Solis Exploring the deserts that lie on the outskirts of San Bernardino County, you will certainly run into some odd findings. Whether it’s the Wigwam Motel, where a teepee can serve as your next comfy slumber or...

Project studies jackrabbit homesteads | The Desert Sun

Written by Lynn Lieu The Desert Sun Littered throughout the high desert are small structures that seem out of place. While some have been refurbished to living conditions, others have been left abandoned. But the tiny l tract homesteads are reminiscences of a history that spurned...

JRHS at Gagosian Madison Avenue

Twentysix Abandoned Jackrabbit Homesteads by Kim Stringfellow is a small, self-published edition of 25 perfect bound copies based on Ed Ruscha's seminal, Twentysix Gas Stations photo book originally published during the 1960s. Stringfellow's version is included in Various Small Books published by MIT Press in...

JRHS in Various Small Books | MIT Press

Twentysix Abandoned Jackrabbit Homesteads by Kim Stringfellow is a small self-published edition of 25 perfect bound copies based on Ed Ruscha's seminal, Twentysix Gas Stations photo book originally published during the 1960s. Stringfellow's version is included in Various Small Books published by MIT Press in...

Stringfellow awarded Theo Westenberger Award for Artistic Excellence

The Autry National Center announces it has selected Kim Stringfellow as its second recipient of the Theo Westenberger Award for Artistic Excellence, made possible by the Westenberger estate. The award honors the achievements of contemporary women whose work in photography, film, and new media transforms...

JRHS is featured tonight on Artbound’s 1st TV episode

Artbound explores the arts and culture of Southern California through articles, essays, and thinkpieces by more than 30 contributors in 11 counties. These correspondents cover cultural happenings in the communities where they live, providing an inside look at art across the region. Then the Artbound...

Invisible-5 in “The City Is A Blazing, Burning Bonfire” Cubitt, London, UK

Ashok Sukumaran, Deimantas Narkevičius, Amy Balkin and Invisible-5 (Amy Balkin, Kim Stringfellow, Tim Halbur, Pond: Art, Activism, and Ideas, and Greenaction for Health & Environmental Justice) Friday 28 October to Friday 23 December 2011 Private View: Thursday 27 October 2011 , 10:30AM to 12:30PM In his 1974 book...

The Altered Landscape: Photographs of a Changing Environment @ Nevada Museum of Art

The Altered Landscape celebrates the institution’s signature photography collection that examines human interaction and intervention with environments. While the collection represents a diversity of artists, techniques, visual styles, subjects, and ideological positions, it is unified by two basic principles: a concern for inspiring dialogue about...

BOOM: A Journal of California JRHS feature

BOOM: A Journal of California 2011 Fall issue features an article by Alex Schmidt in the journal's Sights and Sounds section titled, "Art in the Land: Seeing through the Sprawl." A selection of photographs from Stringfellow's Jackrabbit Homestead series is featured. Schmidt discusses the JRHS...

Photo-eye Magazine reviews Jackrabbit Homestead

Click here for a review of Charles Dee Mitchell's Jackrabbit Homestead review in photo-eye Magazine on July 23, 2010. http://www.photoeye.com/magazine/reviews/2010/07_23_Jackrabbit_Homestead.cfm...

JRHS Audio Tour featured in Sunset Magazine

The JRHS audio tour is featured in Sunset Magazine's  Southern California Day Trip: Joshua Tree article by Jenny Price. See page 22 of the January 2010 issue. www.sunset.com/magazine/...

JRHS project mentioned in New York Times article

The JRHS project was mentioned in an article on Randy Polumbo's fantastic reinvented masonry homestead cabin in Joshua Tree. Penelope Green's Home & Garden piece, "On Location: The Master Builder Cuts Loose," from the Thursday, March 9th, 2009 of the New York Times can be...

SEED Magazine reviews Ecotopia at ICP

SEED Magazine ARTSPEAK The arts community is responding to climate change, and changing the conversation in the process. By Natalie Jeremijenko The year 2006 has seen a change in the weather. Climate change, perhaps the most far-reaching and significant scientific issue of this century, is no stranger to the...

Roberta Smith (New York Times) reviews Ecotopia at ICP

Excerpt from "The Natural World, in Peril and in Its Full Glory," by Roberta Smith, New York Times, September 13, 2006. "On the center’s lower level, Kim Stringfellow’s Web site, available on a monitor, offers an exploration of the colorful past and precarious present of the...

Greetings from the Salton Sea selected for 2005 Winter Photo-Eye Booklist

Photo-Eye selected Greetings from the Salton Sea: Folly and Intervention in the Southern California Landscape, 1905–2005 for their 2005 Winter Booklist. Below is an excerpt of the book review by Phil Harris. "Kim Stringfellow's book charts a ten year obsession with the peculiar Salton Sea in...

San Diego Union-Tribune reviews Greetings from the Salton Sea

Wake-up call 'Greetings From the Salton Sea' is a strong cry to rescue a unique area Reviewed by Ann Jarmusch September 25, 2005 With a cover photograph drenched in radioactive colors and irony, this book rests in the hands like a live grenade. Did we pull the pin?...