i3 Photo Lecture Series at SVA

I am looking forward to speaking about my work on Tuesday Nov. 9, @ 7 pm EST via Zoom. https://sva.edu/events/i3-photo-lecture-wendel-white […] Read more

Conversation with the Curator

Keith Miller, curator of the NYU Gallatin Galleries, and I will discuss the current exhibition “Wendel White: History in Black and White” on Sept 21 at 6:30 pm EDT via zoom. Here is the link to register. The exhibit includes works from Small Towns, Black Lives; Schools for the Colored; Manifest; and Red Summer. There are […] Read more

2021 Robert Gardner Fellowship in Photography

“The Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology, Harvard University, is pleased to announce the selection of the 2021 Robert Gardner Fellow in Photography. Following an international search, the Gardner Fellowship committee awarded the fellowship to photographer Wendel White.” #gardnerfellowship #photography #peabodymuseum #harvard […] Read more

Manifest in Harper’s Magazine

Thanks to Alyssa Coppelman for including images from the Manifest portfolio in the June 2021 issue of Harper’s Magazine […] Read more

Manifest at Blue Sky Gallery

Selected works from the Manifest portfolio are at Blue Sky Gallery in Portland, OR – Feb 4 to Mar 27, 2021. Artist lecture via Zoom – Feb 10 at 5:00 pm PST (8:00 pm EST) […] Read more

The Question the Answer Hides: Casey Ruble and Wendel White

The Question the Answer Hides: Casey Ruble and Wendel White exhibition at Stockton University Art Gallery and an artist’s conversation on Feb 18 at 2:30 p.m. EST via Zoom, register here […] Read more

A Conversation with Arlene Keizer #RedSummer

Please join Professor Arlene Keizer and me for a discussion of the Red Summer project. Link to register for the webinar – https://stockton.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_1PILRTAVQGOMiyKnged_Ng Oct 22 @ 2:30 p.m. EDT […] Read more

Manifest Image on Cover of American Ethnologist Journal

Sincere thanks to Johnelle Lamarque and Shanti Parikh for including my image of the Mirrored Casket in the collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. “On the cover: De Nichols, Marcis Curtis, Sophie Lipman, Damon Davis, Elizabeth Vega, Derek Laney, andMallory Rukhsana Nezam, Mirror Casket, 2014. Cracked mirrored glass, plywood, […] Read more

Schools for the Colored on Lenscratch

Schools for the Colored project on Lenscratch, June 10, 2020. Thanks Aline Smithson for highlighting the project. #schoolsforthecolored #photography […] Read more

Interview for State Of The Arts – NJ

Hear from photographer and educator Wendel White, who has been featured multiple times throughout the years on State of the Arts. A longtime enthusiast of sharing his work through virtual platforms, Wendel discusses how he’s been creating and sharing during the pandemic, highlighting the power of accessibility through both onsite and online media […] Read more

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