Isadora's newest body of work, Girlhood Denied, has received a grant from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. Read about "Girlhood Denied."
Isadora Kosofsky has been named a TED Fellow.
Isadora has received a 2017 Getty Instagram Grant, which is aimed at photographers and visual artists who focus on underrepresented communities. Read more about the grant on Guardian, NPR, and Le Monde.
Read an interview with the recipients on Medium.
There will be an exhibition of Isadora's work entitled "Youth in Prison and After" at the Visa Pour L'Image International Photojournalism Festival in Perpignan, France from September 2-23.
An interview with Isadora through PH Museum: A Longing for Love and Innocence
An image from "Still My Mother, Still My Father" accompanies an article about the prison system by David Cole in the New York Review of Books.
The New York Review of Books also wrote about the inclusion of "Still My Mother, Still My Father" in a show at the Davis Orton Gallery in Hudson, NY, which runs until July 23.
Watch Isadora's 360 video for the NY Times entitled "Visiting Dad in Prison."
"Vinny and David" has received a Photographic Museum of Humanity 2017 Grant New Generation Honorable Mention
Isadora is the recipient of this year's Art Works Projects for Human Rights Emerging Lens Mentorship.
There will be an exhibit of Isadora's work at Art Works Projects for Human Rights in Chicago, IL from June 8, 2017-August 10, 2017.
Photographs and the trailer for documentary short entitled "Love the One You're With" are featured on TIME Lightbox in honor of Valentine's Day.
Isadora was a speaker at the 2016 National Geographic Photography Seminar in Washington DC. Other speakers were Magnus Wennman, Angelica Dass, Leonard Pongo, Tina Barney, Tasneem Alsultan, Anand Varma, Lori Nix and Kathleen Gerber. Thank you to the National Geographic Photo Committee.
Isadora's work was included in the Time Photo Dept projection at this year's Look3 Festival of the Photograph.
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Read John Otis' article in the New York Times Lens about Family Photography Now (Thames and Hudson, 2016), which includes Isadora's work.
Follow @girlgaze on Instagram to view two slideshows of Isadora's work and a short interview. The GirlGaze Project is a curated collection of images taken by female photographers that demonstrates the power of the girl gaze.
Isadora was a speaker at the annual National Council on Crime and Delinquency Conference in Garden Grove, CA on October 5.
Isadora's work is currently included in the Rendered Visible exhibition at Arcade Contemporary Art in St. Louis, Missouri. Other artists showcased in this exhibition focused on incarceration are Zora Murff, Paul Rucker and Mark Strandquist. Rendered Visible is organized by the Midwest Society of Photographic Education.
A selection of her work is included in the Fall Issue of ZEKE Magazine The Magazine of Global Documentary. Subscribe to this biannual publication from SDN.
A selection committee, made up of 35 accredited professionals, for the Lead Awards has nominated Isadora's spread "Looovestory – Über eine Liebe zu dritt," which was published in Dummy/N°47, in the "Reportage Photography of the Year" category.
The Lead Awards highlight the best of what has been published in the last twelve months in German magazines, newspapers and online media. The Lead Awards exhibition at the “Haus der Fotografie” in Hamburg's Deichtorhallen, with over 40,000 visitors, will run from August 26 until October 30, 2016.
"Vinny and David" received Second Place in the 2016 IAFOR Documentary Photography Award, which was announced at the European Conference on Media, Communication and Film on July 14 in Brighton, England .
"The IAFOR Documentary Photography Award is an international photography award which seeks to promote and assist in the professional development of emerging documentary photographers and photojournalists (under age 31). The award is supported by The International Academic Forum (IAFOR) – Asia’s Think Tank – and builds off of the strength of the IAFOR Documentary Film Award, now in its fifth year. Documentary has a rich history of exposing truths, telling stories, raising awareness and creating discussion — all practices valued at IAFOR."