Tanya Marcuse is a photographer whose work has investigated the body and the archive in a series of projects. She won a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2002-2003 to pursue her book project Undergarments and Armor (Nazraeli Press, 2005), which also won a 2005 JGS Book Project Award. She is the recipient of many awards and honors including a Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, the George Sakier Memorial Prize for Excellence in Photography from Yale, a John Anson Kittredge Award, as well as two fellowships from the Center for Photography at Woodstock; she was a 2008-2009 nominee for the Real Photography Award, an international contemporary photography award. Ms. Marcuse’s second book, Fruitless, was released in the fall of 2007 also by Nazraeli Press. Her photographs have been exhibited internationally including at the Julie Saul Gallery, Hemphill Fine Art, Yoshii Gallery, Stephen Cohen Gallery, the Museum at FIT , Belfast Exposed Photography in Northern Ireland, Las Palmas II Art Exhibition Centre in Rotterdam, the New Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Corcoran Museum of Art. Her work has been reviewed or featured in The New York Times, Source Magazine, Orion Magazine, Photo-Eye, New York Magazine, the Village Voice, Artnews, Art in America, PDN, Art Issues and Artforum. Her photographs are in the collections of the Corcoran Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, JGS, the Yale Art Gallery, and the Library of Congress. AA Bard College at Simon’s Rock; BA Oberlin College; MFA Yale University School of Art.