University of Chicago Press
Isa is ecstatic to announce that she will be publishing a book of her Elderly Animals work with the University of Chicago Press. In her Facebook post announcing the book deal, Isa states: “For many years, I’ve admired the books that U of C has produced (including, recently, Rachel Sussman’s “The Oldest Living Things in the World” and numerous animal-studies titles like Barbara King’s “How Animals Grieve”). I respect the Press’ ability to create high-quality books that are both critically acclaimed and embraced by wide audiences. I feel very fortunate to be working with editor Christie Henry and the rest of the U of C team on my first book.” The book is slated to be released in Spring 2018.
Handsome One Large Print Edition
Isa has released a large print edition of “Handsome One, Thoroughbred Horse, Age 33” from her Elderly Animals series. The prints have an image size of 38″ x 38″ on a paper sized 42″ x 42″. The edition is comprised of 3 prints plus an Artist Proof print and the 1st print in the edition has already sold. For purchase information on this new edition, please contact one of Isa’s galleries.
Photographic Resource Center
Images from Isa’s Elderly Animals series were on exhibit this summer at the Photographic Resource Center in Boston, MA as part of “Exposure 2015”. The show was juried by Kristen Gresh, Estrellita and Yousuf Karsh Assistant Curator of Photographs, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Fraction of a Second Exhibit
Isa exhibited work from her Thrills & Chills series at 516 Arts in Albuquerque, NM this summer. The exhibit, “Fraction of a Second”, was curated by David Bram of Fraction Magazine. Radius Books has designed and published an accompanying exhibition catalog that includes essays by curator Michele Penhall and art critic/historian James Elkins. Order your copy through Radius Books or from 516 Arts.
Review Santa Fe
In June, Isa attended Review Santa Fe, a highly selective juried portfolio review for fine art photographers in Santa Fe, NM.