Associate Professor of Photography
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Jim Ramer is an Associate Professor and is the founding Director of the MFA Photography program. He has been a member of the full-time faculty at Parsons since 2000. His work spans photography, sculpture, and installation. Professor Ramer teaches both practice and theory modules. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally most recently at Rupert Goldsworthy Gallery, NYC; Ramskram Gallery, Reykjavik, Iceland; Selasar Sunaryo Art Space, Bandung, Indonesia; Platform L, Seoul, South Korea; Main Window, NYC; MCA, Memphis, TN; Inchon International Photography Festival, Inchon, South Korea; The Pelham Art Center, NY; Filter Space, Chicago; Pingyao International Photography Festival; Denver Month of Photography, CO among others. As a curator he has recently curated exhibitions in China, South Korea, New Zealand, Australia, India as well as New York City. In 2017 he was named curator of the Lishui Biennial International Photography Festival, Lishui, CN. He was the Co-Founder of Art Workers Plan B Gallery and director and curator of Delta Axis Contemporary Art Center in Memphis, TN. He has lectured internationally on photography most recently at the Tsinghua University, Beijing; Nanjing University, Nanjing, China; Net Photography Festival Daegu, South Korea; The Auckland Photo Festival, NZ; and the Singapore International Photo Festival. He holds an MFA from Memphis College of Art.
art criticism,art history,installation,photography,sculpture