Dahlia Ehrenberg
Photographer

Dahlia Ehrenberg is a documentary photographer from Silver Spring, Maryland that graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design with a BFA in photography. In 2020 she was selected to take part in the Eddie Adams Workshop where she created a photo essay showing the effects Covid had on a small family-run farm outside of Sheffield, England.

She gravitates towards photographing people, as they can tell stories that add to the work. She loves sitting down with the subjects and listening to what they have to say, as it adds an entirely new dimension to the work. Although people may be her forte, she loves traveling and photographing the world around her as well.

Dahlia Ehrenberg
Photographer

Dahlia Ehrenberg is a documentary photographer from Silver Spring, Maryland that graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design with a BFA in photography. In 2020 she was selected to take part in the Eddie Adams Workshop where she created a photo essay showing the effects Covid had on a small family-run farm outside of Sheffield, England.

She gravitates towards photographing people, as they can tell stories that add to the work. She loves sitting down with the subjects and listening to what they have to say, as it adds an entirely new dimension to the work. Although people may be her forte, she loves traveling and photographing the world around her as well.

  • Rubee Samuel: Omo Nigeria
    Publication
    24˚36˚
    International
    ‘Omo’ means child in Yoruba. In 2019, photographer Rubee Samuel self-funded a trip to Lagos to teach photography at two primary schools. Omo Nigeria is her first book and shows the results of her teachings and the portrait sessions: “These are the school portraits that were never taken of me; these were the classmates that I never had.” (more…)
  • Five Easy Pieces
    Jan 31 – Mar 16, 2024
    Croy Nielsen
    Wien, Austria
    Time is sentient in Five Easy Pieces. Wrapped in their ardent and solemn thoughts these three artists say no more than is necessary. They speak a laconic visual language, for these inductive states are a feeling and a gesture marked by the implacable need to express the presence of a state of being, for a form cannot measure, nor words define the vastness of the ineffable. (more…)
  • Zanele Muholi: Eye Me
    Jan 18 – Aug 11, 2024
    SFMoMA
    San Francisco, USA
    A self-described visual activist, Zanele Muholi (b. 1972, Umlazi, South Africa) uses the camera to explore issues of gender identity, representation, and race. Often photographing their own body or members of their LGBTQ+ community in South Africa, Muholi calls attention to the trauma and violence enacted on queer people while celebrating their beauty and resilience. Activism is central to Muholi’s artistic practice (more…)
  • Tutto Questo Sentire
    Feb 14 – Mar 3, 2024
    Recontemporary
    Turin, Italy
    Recontemporary and Seeyousound International Music Film Festival present, in conjunction with the 5 years of the association and the 10 years of the festival, an articulated cross-media program that celebrates the 10 years of the international collective TUTTO QUESTO SENTIRE (TQS).The intention is to consolidate a dialogue that began in 2019 between the research supported by Recontemporary regarding video art and new media and the increasingly important connection between cinema and music promoted by Seeyousound (more…)
  • Sage Sohier: Passing Time
    Publication
    Nazraeli Press
    International
    “During the isolation of the pandemic, I had the opportunity to revisit my archive of negatives and contact sheets from the 1980s, and discovered a number of interesting images that I had never printed. These photographs were made between 1979 and 1985 in a pre-digital, largely un-air-conditioned era, when people fled the heat of their houses to hang out in their yards and on the street. (more…)