Adam Bell

Adam Bell is a photographer, writer, and educator. He received his MFA from the School of Visual Arts in 2004, and his work has been exhibited and published internationally. His books included Vision Anew: The Lens and Screen Arts (2015) and The Education of a Photographer (2006), and his writing and reviews have appeared in numerous publications including Afterimage, Aperture, FOAM Magazine, Paper Journal, photo-eye, The Photobook Review, and The Brooklyn Rail. He recently received a 2018 Individual Artist Fellowship from the New Jersey Council of the Arts and is on staff and faculty at the MFA Photography, Video, and Related Media Department at the School of Visual Arts in NYC.


Daniel Stier – Ways Of Knowing

Ron Jude – Lago

Aapo Huhta – BLOCK

David Brandon Geeting – Infinite Power

Penelope Umbrico – Out Of Order

Ricardo Cases – El Porqué de las Naranjas

Johan Rosenmunthe – Tectonic

Isidro Ramirez – Common Love

Paul Graham – Does Yellow Run Forever?

Israel Ariño – Le Nome Qui Efface La Couleur

Italo Morales – Overnight Generation

Viktoria Binschtok – World of Details

Daniel Reuter – History of the Visit

Motohiko Hasui – Personal Matters

Erik Schubert – How to Win Friends and Influence People

Wataru Yamamoto – Drawing a Line

Justin James Reed – Mystic Places

Notes from the Foundry, various artists and Dangerous Women, Peter J. Cohen – Spaces Corners