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"He wants no words, only to enjoy the delicate anticipation of a moment waiting to reveal itself. What are the limits of language? This is the mind, felt, not spoken. He makes a photograph of a seagull..."
About Andres Gonzalez

Education

MA in Visual Communication, Ohio University. Athens, OH. 2004.
Salt Institute for Documentary Studies. Portland, ME 2001.
BA in English, Pomona College. Claremont, CA. 1999.

Awards/Recognition

New York Photo Awards, Shortlisted Fine Art Series Category. 2012.
Selected for Review Santa Fe, 2009.
Canon Italia Young Photographer’s Award. 2009.
Aperture West Book Prize, Nominee. 2008.
New York Photo Awards, Shortlisted Fine Art Category. May 2008.
Baum Award for Emerging American Photographers, Nominee. 2008.
Fulbright Fellowship, 2007-2008. Istanbul, Turkey.
Photo District News Emerging 30, 2006.
Magenta Foundation Emerging Photographers, 2006. HM.
Alexia Foundation. Student Award of Excellence, 2004.
Eddie Adams Workshop. Newsweek Award, 2003.

Exhibitions

Troche Inny Festiwal Fotografii. Warsaw, Poland. New Directions in the Photobook. Fall 2012.
New York Photo Awards Shorlist, Dumbo Brooklyn. Fall 2012.
Margate Photography Festival. Sunny Side Up Group Exhibition. Summer, 2011.
Grazia Neri Gallery, Milan. Canon Italia Young Photographer’s Award. May. 2009.
Salt Gallery. Portland, Maine. FuturePast, Photographs from Salt Alums. April, 2009.
Humble Arts Foundation Group Show # 28. January, 2009.
New York Photo Festival. Various Photographs, installation by Tim Barber. Dumbo, Brooklyn. May, 2008.
Ufat Photo Festival. Asia Minor. Group Show. Bursa, Turkey. April, 2008.
Bruce Silverstein Gallery, NYC. Vice Photography, Group Show. July, 2006.
Odgen Museum of Southern Art. New Orleans, LA. Permanent Collection. 2 prints acquired 2005.
The Dairy Barn Arts Center. Athens, OH. Ohio University Group Show. 2003.

Editorial Clients

ArtReview (UK), Case de Abitare (Italy), Culture + Travel, Monocle Magazine (UK), NEON (Germany),
National Geographic, Newsweek, Outside, Planet, Spin, Time, Travel + Leisure, W, Wall Street Journal Magazine, Wallpaper*

Commercial Clients

Bosch, BUILT NY, Del Monte Foods, Pictet Swiss Bank, Red Scout Creative, SMRT Design, Sony BMG,
Timberland, Winkreative

Teaching Experience

Salt Institute for Documentary Studies. Portland, Maine. Photography Instructor, Fall 2011 - Spring 2012.
Almaty Photography Workshop. Weeklong documentary workshop with The Childrens Library in conjuction
with the US Embassy in Almaty, Kazakhstan. July, 2010.
Open Roads. Traveling documentary work for at risk youth, 2005. (www.openroads.org)

Selected Press in Print and Online

New Yorker Magazine, Andres Gonzalez Takes a Journey Somewhere. July, 2012.
(http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/photobooth/2012/07/andres-gonzalez-takes-a-journey-somewhere.html#slide_ss_0=1
Lens Culture. Somewhere. Fall, 2011. (www.lensculture.com)
Contact Editions. Interview with Benjamin Thomas, November 2011. (http://www.contacteditions.co.uk/articles/andres-gonzalez-interview/)
Seesaw Magazine. Somewhere (portfolio and cover.) Fall/Winter 2011. (www.seesawmagazine.com)
Zing Magazine. Ukrainian Winter (portfolio and cover.) Fall 2010.

Books // Publications

Some(W)here. Self-Published, 84 pages. Design by Sybren Kuiper (-SYB-). Publications date: Sept. 2012.
Problemata Physica One. Ohja Books, Publication date: July, 2012. (Contributor)
A Field Guide to the North American Family. Garth Risk Hallberg. (Contributor)

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