Ryan Spencer Reed

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Ryan Spencer Reed
Born 1979
Ludington, MI USA
Nationality American
Alma mater Calvin College B.A. 2002
Occupation Photographer
Employer Freelancer
Website
www.ryanspencerreed.com

Ryan Spencer Reed (born 1979) is an American social documentary photographer. He has worked in central and east Africa in the capacity of a photojournalist covering the Sudanese Diaspora since 2002.[1] After returning from covering the War in Darfur, in late summer 2004, he and his work have moved about North America to universities in the form of traveling exhibitions and lectures. They have become the driving force, and ultimately the cultural backdrop, for broader symposiums designed to grapple with the issues facing the Sudanese people. The Open Society Institute & Soros Foundation awarded him with the Documentary Photography Project's Distribution Grant in 2006.[2][3] While exhibiting and speaking internationally on the subject, his documentation of Sudan continues.[4]

Group exhibitions[edit]

Solo exhibitions[edit]

“Sudan: The Cost of Silence”:

Visiting artist lectures[edit]

In addition to nearly all of the aforementioned solo exhibition venues[80]

Selected publications[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Photographer Biography, Darfur/Darfur
  2. ^ The Open Society Institute & Soros Foundations Network, Documentary Photography Project 2006 Distribution Grant Recipient
  3. ^ OSI Distribution Grant Winners Announced
  4. ^ Melcher Media Photographer Bio
  5. ^ Images of Darfur, on Central Park West. by Sewell Chan The New York Times October 18, 2007
  6. ^ New York Historical Society: What's New
  7. ^ New York Historical Society: Exhibitions and Collections
  8. ^ Introduction to Cultural Studies. Columbia College. October 5, 2007
  9. ^ Before the Eyes of the World Jewish Museum Berlin 15 March 2007
  10. ^ United States Holocaust Memorial Museum - Our Walls Bear Witness, Darfur: Who Will Survive Today
  11. ^ Nathan Guttman The Jewish Daily Forward November 24, 2006
  12. ^ National Constitution Center Press Release July 12, 2007
  13. ^ Constitution Center facades display anguish of Darfur. International Herald Tribune. July 25, 2007
  14. ^ [1]
  15. ^ Summary and images of the installation
  16. ^ [2]
  17. ^ Past Event - Witnessing Darfur
  18. ^ George Eastman House Past Exhibitions
  19. ^ Turkish Daily News June 29, 2007
  20. ^ RPT December 3, 2007
  21. ^ Guthrie reading of In Darfur promises a powerful play
  22. ^ La Casa Encendida de Obra Social Caja Madrid February 25, 2009
  23. ^ UNHCR Press Release February 2009
  24. ^ Darfur Comes to ICA/Boston September 7, 2007
  25. ^ ICA Press Release August 16, 2007
  26. ^ The ICA Presents September 7, 2007
  27. ^ FORMA Exhibition Archives July 3, 2007
  28. ^ Toronto International Film Festival Films & Schedules
  29. ^ Royal Ontario Museum Press Release September 8, 2007
  30. ^ Darfur/Darfur archives
  31. ^ Darfur/Darfur archives
  32. ^ Eddie Adams Workshop Alumni
  33. ^ Opening of exhibition February 21, 2008
  34. ^ Sun Valley Center - Exhibitions
  35. ^ Brown University Media Relations January 17, 2007
  36. ^ WDET Event: Art & Museum Exhibits October 22, 2007
  37. ^ Darfur/Darfur Press Release
  38. ^ [3]
  39. ^ [4]
  40. ^ THE FIERCE URGENCY OF NOW: Effecting Change at Home and Across the Globe“
  41. ^ African Studies Center Events October 17th, 2006
  42. ^ Documentary Filmaker's Exhibition Review November 12, 2006
  43. ^ Darfur: An Unforgivable Hell on Earth
  44. ^ Jewish Studies Program Celebrates 10th Anniversary Kean University Media and Publications.
  45. ^ 10 Years - 50 Visiting Scholars Jewish Studies and World Affairs at Kean University
  46. ^ Kean University Newspaper Article March 3, 2008
  47. ^ CU-Boulder's Norlin Library To Host Photo Exhibit On Sudan Crisis January 18, 2007
  48. ^ The Swarthmore News Swat Sudan Hosts Darfur Conference. November 6, 2007
  49. ^ Electric City.The Cost of Silence brings Sudanese life to Northeast Pa. by Alicia Grega-Pikul. Electric City. January 4, 2007
  50. ^ The Wilkes News April 24, 2007
  51. ^ The Transcript April 19, 2007
  52. ^ Center Art Gallery features Ryan Reed December 3, 2004
  53. ^ Photojournalist to present exhibit, lecture October 31, 2005
  54. ^ Forester Lecture Series announces season speakers August 17, 2005
  55. ^ Jackson Citizen Patriot September 25th, 2006
  56. ^ Outside Circle Collective October 12th, 2005
  57. ^ The Calgary Herald. Valerie Fortney. September 28, 2008
  58. ^ James R. Nelson - Visual arts critic for the Birmingham News. January 18, 2009
  59. ^ Ogden Arts Presents The Exhibition Sudan: The Cost Of Silence and Ogden's Art Stroll For Darfur September 25, 2007
  60. ^ Exhibition Listings in Northern Utah
  61. ^ Concordia Exhibitions - Fall 2008
  62. ^ Justice Matters Events April 9, 2006
  63. ^ The Belltower - Samford University Communications September 29, 2006
  64. ^ Hope College Critical Issues Symposium - Genocide Agenda
  65. ^ Symposium Will Examine Genocide September 12, 2005
  66. ^ Disturbing Images of Darfur
  67. ^ DARFUR: IMAGERY AND REALITY SYMPOSIUM. James Simpson Theater, Field Museum. October 8, 2007
  68. ^ DARFUR: Imagery and Reality October 8th, 2007
  69. ^ Field Museum Audience Testimonial. October 9, 2007
  70. ^ Sudanese Online. December 4, 2005
  71. ^ Darfur December Conference
  72. ^ Alberta Global Forum - University of Calgary
  73. ^ Image of the talk
  74. ^ Kean University Program in Jewish Studies and World Affairs January, 2009
  75. ^ Full Slate Planned for Earth Week. UVM The View. April 19th, 2006
  76. ^ Genocide Education Speakers Series. April 20, 2006
  77. ^ Ogden Arts Presents September 27, 2007
  78. ^ WVIA - Public Broadcasting
  79. ^ UIS program will examine the crisis in Sudan UIS News Bureau October 31, 2008
  80. ^ Photographer's Curriculum Vitae
  81. ^ [5]
  82. ^ [6]
  83. ^ Publisher's book web site
  84. ^ Book Press Release
  85. ^ Vanity Fair. Picturing Genocide. by Evgenia Peretz. June 18, 2007
  86. ^ Mapping Initiatives: Crisis in Darfur Layers
  87. ^ United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Crisis in Darfur

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