Isadora will be speaking at Ohio University in Athens, OH on November 6, 2018 at 7 pm. Event open to the public.
Isadora was nominated for the Royal Photo Society’s Hundred Heroines’ campaign, honoring a hundred women in photography.
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One of the first nominations we received for our campaign Hundred Heroines: Celebrating Women in Photography Today was from #Girlgaze, who nominated Isadora Kosofsky for her work as a documentary photographer. Isadora’s practice favours long-term documentaries through which she draws the viewer into a different world - a world that is at times uncomfortable, unnerving and uneasy, but always a world that evokes a strong emotional response.
Visit Hidden in Sight: Photographing Incarceration at the Hofstra University Museum, open until March.
“The United States has the highest rate of incarceration of any country in the world, with over 2 million people currently imprisoned. This exhibition features photographs spanning more than 50 years by three artists, Danny Lyon (American, born 1942), Jessica Earnshaw (Canadian, born 1983), and Isadora Kosofsky (American, born 1993), highlighting the varied critical issues within the prison system in America.”
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 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.
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.
Check out the new database of over 400 women photographers worldwide.
This site is meant to be a resource for female* documentary and editorial photographers and the people who would like to hire them. Every photographer in this database is available for freelance assignments and has 5+ years of work experience.
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.