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.
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.
"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."
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.
Isadora's work is included in the anthology entitled Family Photography Now, published by Thames and Hudson UK.
"People photograph their families more than ever before, whether casually, on a phone, or in a formal wedding portrait. This bold anthology explores how photographers around the world take on the emotional roller coaster and complex dynamics of family life. The book is divided into two parts: Our Own Families and Other People’s Families, focusing on photographers who make their own families their subjects and those who aim their lenses at other people’s. Each section includes an essay analyzing the complex attachments between brothers and sisters, parents and children, step-families and in-laws, outcasts and adoptees. The book includes the work of nearly forty international photographers, including sophisticated artworks in a range of photographic styles, and personal, never-before published shots. Birte Kaufman’s award-winning images of Irish travelers, Magnum member Trent Parke’s darkly amusing shots of his family in suburban Australia, Nadia Sablin’s elegy to her elderly aunts living in rural Russia, and Elina Brotherus’s devastatingrecords of failed IVF, are just a few of the astonishing visual journeys, supplemented by interviews with the artists, that push the boundaries of our understanding of family."
If you are in Germany, pick up a copy of the latest issue of Dummy Magazine to see an article and selection of images from Senior Love Triangle.
Zora J. Murff interviews Isadora for the new publication Strange Fire Collective.
Strange Fire "artist collective is a group of interdisciplinary artists, curators, and writers focused on work that engages with current social and political forces. We seek to create a venue for work that critically questions the dominant social hierarchy and are dedicated to highlighting work made by women, people of color, and queer and trans artists."
"Vinny" receives a Commended Award from the 2015 Ian Parry Scholarship.
To view the series and read more about the award, go to the Ian Parry Scholarship website.
Look out for a selection of images in the London Sunday Times Spectrum in Fall 2015.