October 2022, NPR covers Hanford Reach exhibition at Wanapum Heritage Center: https://www.nwpb.org/2022/10/25/hanford-site-history-and-secrets-inspire-new-multimedia-exhibition/
From September 8th, 2022 through January 15th. 2023: Hanford Reach: In The Atomic Field will be showing at the Wanapum Heritage Center in Mattawa Washington
The full installation will be exhibited for four months, with in-gallery and zoom events to be announced soon.
Thanks to Angela Neller, and all at Wanapum Heritage Center
May 21-22 2022 International Center Of Photography Photobook Fest signing
I'll be signing Hanford Reach at the ICP May 22nd. Come on by!
79 Essex St. NYC
February 28th-April 1st 2022 Reynolds Gallery Exhibition, University of the Pacific, Stockton CA
April 21st, 2022: Tonight! Hanford Reach signing @ Photolucida’s Portfolio Walk + Photobook Fair, Fields Ballroom, Portland Art Museum 6-9pm: https://www.photolucida.org/portland-photo-month/events/
I will be signing books tonight at Photolucida's Book Fair: more info here:
February-March 2022 https://chungnamont.com/current-exhibition
March, 2022: KCRA covers Hanford Reach @ Reynolds Gallery, University of the Pacific https://www.facebook.com/78352638809/videos/291639839627154/
Feb. 18th '22 on KPFA: The full Hanford Reach sound collage plays on Over The Edge!
February 16th, 2022 Nuclear Visions: In conversation with Glenna Cole Allee, Takashi Arai, and Dan Borelli
Wednesday, February 16, 2022
Nuclear Visions: In conversation with Glenna Cole Allee, Takashi Arai, and Dan Borelli
7:00 pm-8:15 pm. WEBINAR LINK
Presented by Emerson Contemporary and the Department of Visual and Media Arts
The publication of Glenna Close Allee’s new book “Hanford Reach: In the Atomic Field,” occasions a roundtable among three artists Glenna Cole Allee, Takashi Arai, and Dan Borelli who have rigorously explored nuclear legacies in their artistic work. Their work engages with enigmatic paradoxes: ionizing radiation is invisible to the human eye, yet nuclear weapons have left discernible wounds on bodies, psyches, communities and landscapes.
The biological consequences of radiation exposure for ecosystems and human bodies are often systematically suppressed by national security apparatuses, yet shared encounters with sites of nuclear disaster have catalyzed unexpected forms of solidarity and community around the world. Through diverse media—including photography, soundscapes, and multimedia storytelling–each of these artists presents imaginative cartographies of our nuclear age.
Roundtable facilitated by Leonie Bradbury and moderated by Mark Auslander
You are invited to a Zoom webinar.
When: Feb 16, 2022 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Topic: Nuclear Visions
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Friday February 11, 2022 2:30-4pm EST, UMass Amherst: Hanford Reach Roundtable with indigenous scholar and advocateEmily Washines
Art Daily picks up Hanford Reach press release https://artdaily.com/news/141671/Daylight-Books-publishes-Hanford-Reach--In-the-Atomic-Field--Photographs-by-Glenna-Cole-Allee#.YgSwKWCIb-R
Veterans Today picks up the press release: https://www.veteranstoday.com/2021/11/18/book-hanford-reach-in-the-atomic-field/
November 30th, the book Hanford Reach: In The Atomic Field is released! https://stories.daylight.co/glenna-cole-allee-hanford-reach
October 2021: Hanford Reach: In The Atomic Field "Story" on Daylight Books Website: |https://stories.daylight.co/|
Winter 2021: Hanford Reach project in Extractions Magazine: |https://www.extractionart.org/megazine|
Delighted to be published between David E. Thomas' beautiful poem, and Michael Light's extraordinary work.
January 2021, International Feminist Journal of Politics: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14616742.2020.1861962?journalCode=rfjp20
The articles I and others from the Nagasaki-Hanford Bridge Project compiled from our presentations at the National Women’s Studies Association Conference in November 2019 are published in the January 2021 International Feminist Journal of Politics. Thank you Shamap Biswas, for us bringing together.
June 2020, Delighted to be invited to participate in the Shelter In Studio Project: www.shelterinstudio.org/
In pandemic... in good company!
March 2020: White Bluffs Triptych is included in Columbia Riverkeeper's 20th anniversary publication:https://www.columbiariverkeeper.org/sites/default/files/2020-03/CRnewsletter_Q1_Winter_2020_e_DIGITAL%20%281%29.pdf
November 2019, included in INTERSTATE: Where I-90 meets I-82, Sarah Spurgeon Gallery, CWU Ellensburg, WA. |https://www.cwu.edu/art/interstate-where-i-90-meets-i-82-opens-november-7|
Juried by Grace Kook-Anderson of Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR.
October 2019, Presenting at Other Cinema:|http://www.othercinema.com/fall19.html|
Delighted to be presenting work from Hanford Reach installation at Other Cinema:
Saturday, October 12th, 8pm
Artist's Television Access
992 Valencia Street, San Francisco
Also featured: Mark Street and Paul Echevarria
Also screening: Georg Koszulinski
Summer 2018, showing with Off Space, at Minnesota Street Project: |http://minnesotastreetproject.com/exhibitions/1275-minnesota-st/altered|
Off Space has outdone themselves again!
March 2018, Hanford Reach installation shows at the Maxey Museum, Whitman College, Walla Walla Washington.
Invited by the Hanford-Nagasaki Bridge Project.
Hanford Reach installation is invited to show with the Nagasaki-Hanford Bridge Project
At Whitman College, Walla Walla Washington
March 2018, Let Me Be A Witness at Root Division, San Francisco
Curated by Stacey Goodman