February 1 - March 8, 2019
Information/Object: Late 20th - Early 21st Century Artists' Books
Opening reception: Friday, February 1st, 5pm – 7pm.
A Gallery Talk will be held Friday, February 1st, at 5:45pm.

Hawn Gallery/Hamon Arts Library
Meadows School of the Arts
Southern Methodist University (SMU)
6100 Hillcrest Avenue
Dallas, TX 75275

Saturday, January 19th 2019, 5:30pm – 9:30pm
Presentation at Marble Hill Camera & Supper Club
Gottscheer Hall
657 Fairview Avenue
Ridgewood, NY 11385
(Accessible by the L & M trains)

Presenting artists include: Madeline Djerejian, Gregg Evans, Frank Heath, Qiana Mestrich, & Tori Purcell

All are welcome. Affordable drinks and food are available at this old neighborhood bar. Suggested cover charge is $5 (to help defray hall rental cost!)

The spirit of this club is an exchange of ideas, photographs, and a community coming together to spend a little time with each other. It's down with inclusiveness and based on the idea of meeting new people. Bringing the discussion of photography to the folks that are doing it, interested in it, or artists who use it as a tool in their work.

August 4 – 18 2018
Loss & Lucidity (The Lost & Found)
205 North Broadway
Santa Ana, CA 92701
Group exhibition curated by Diana Ali (UK) in collaboration with Santa Ana College Art Gallery and Director, Phil Marquez (USA)

24 October 2017
Media as Mediation
Scheimpflug Lecture Series
A round table discussion hosted by SVA MFA Photo & Related Media in collaboration with Critical Practices Inc.
School of Visual Arts, NYC

25 April 2017
Art Journal Open
My photographs, in "Communing with Dore Ashton" by Michael Corris
The College Art Association, NY

26 February 2017
Conversation with artist Naho Taruishi: When an Image Forgets
1@111, NYC

13 January – 24 February 2017
Rome: Reflections on The Eternal City
Mark W. Potter Gallery
The Taft School
Watertown, CT

14 November 2016
Book Party!
Viewing reception for The Arctic Plants of New York City by James Walsh
1@111, NYC

July 2016
Just Six Degrees
Asked one question – Who inspires you right now? – Japanese illustrator Yuko Shimizu nominates graphic designer John Gall, who nominates photographer Jason Fulford, who nominates Dutch artist Elisabeth Tonnard, who nominates me. I conclude this six person thread by nominating Brooklyn-based artist and writer James Walsh.

Fall 2015
Art Journal
"Illuminating Pictures: Readings on Word + Image" by Madeline Djerejian
The College Art Association, NY

9 December 2015
Homage to Dore Ashton
Great Hall of The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, NYC

7 October 2015 – 24 January 2016
galleryELL, NYC
Nigel Cox, Madeline Djerejian, Emma Finch, Mikhail Gubin, Aksel Haagensen, Linda Hubbard, Michal Huss, Shreepad Joglekar, Eric Juth, Caroline King, James Moore, Nikkita Morgan, Jad Oakes, Julia Owens, Lara Proctor, Eleana Stoikou, O. Yemi Tubi

26 April 2015
A Welcome to Spring! Poetry & Other Readings
Joshua Beckman, Laura Catherine Brown, Mary Chivers, Madeline Djerejian, Rachel Gugelberger, Belinda McKeon, James Walsh
1@111, NYC

April 2015
Spring Exhibition
Spacetime Gallery, Long Island City, NY
Madeline Djerejian, Rachel Fainter, Kent Johnson, James Payne, Anjuli Rathod, Daniel Roberts, Christopher Yockey

June 2014
Brown Foundation Fellowship at the Dora Maar House 
Ménerbes, France

April 18 – June 28 2014
Once upon a Time, There Was the End
The Center for Book Arts, NYC
Madeline Djerejian, Ellen Harvey, Warren Lehrer, Loren Madsen, MomenTech, Mitch Patrick, Emilio Chapela Pérez, Lisa Schilling, Sara Shaoul, Karina Aguilera Skvirsky, Andrew Norman Wilson