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SELECT ESSAYS: 2009–2012





Yates McKee. “Of Survival: Climate Change and Uncanny Landscape in the Photography of Subhankar Banerjee,” in Impasses of the Post–Global: Theory in the Era of Climate Change, Vol. 2. Henry Sussman, ed. Open Humanities Press, an Imprint of the University of Michigan Library, spring 2012  







Subhankar Banerjee. “Photography’s Silence of (Non)Human Communities,” in All Our Relations. Catherine de Zegher and Gerald McMaster, eds. Sydney: 18th Biennale of Sydney, June 2012.





Subhankar Banerjee. “Photography Changes Our Awareness of Global Issues and Responsibilities,” in Photography Changes Everything. Marvin Heiferman, ed. Copublished by New York: Aperture and Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 2012  









Subhankar Banerjee. “Ought Not We Establish Access to Food a Species Right?” in Third Text special issue: Art and the Politics of Ecology. Guest Edited by T. J. Demos and Yates McKee. London: Routledge, forthcoming, 2012  





Lisa Bloom and Elena Glasberg. “Disappearing Ice and Missing Data: Climate Change in the Visual Culture of the Polar Regions,” in Far Fields: Digital Culture, Climate Change, and the Poles, Jane Marsching and Andrea Polli, eds. Intellect Ltd., December 2011  





Kathryn Yusoff and Jennifer Gabrys, “Climate Change and the imagination,” Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, Volume 2, Issue 4, Pages 516–534, July/August 2011  

Subhankar Banerjee. “Where I Live I Hope To Know,” in Subhankar Banerjee: Where I Live I Hope To Know, published by the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, May 2011  

Jessica May. “The Detective,” in Subhankar Banerjee: Where I Live I Hope To Know, published by the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, May 2011  

Subhankar Banerjee, “Full Circle: Birds of New Mexico,” Finite Foto, Issue Fourteen, April 2011  

Finis Dunaway. “Reframing the Last Frontier: Subhankar Banerjee and the Visual Politics of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge” in the anthology A Keener Perception: Ecocritical Studies in American Art History. Alan C. Braddock and Christoph Irmscher, eds. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2009  

Alan C. Braddock. “Ecocritical Art History,” American Art, Summer 2009 (pg. 24–28)  

Laura Rigal. “Beyond The Trouble with Wilderness,” American Quarterly, Volume 62, Number 4, December 2010, pp. 989–999  

Yates McKee. “Art History, Ecocriticism, and the Ends of Man,” Oxford Art Journal, Winter 2011  

Karl Jacoby. “The Near North” in the exhibition catalog Subhankar Banerjee: Photographs, Dartmouth College Artist in Residence program, 2009  





Subhankar Banerjee. “Terra Incognita: Communities and Resource Wars,“ in the anthology The Alaska Native Reader: History, Culture, Politics. Maria Shaa Tláa Williams, ed. Durham: Duke University Press, 2009  








SELECT ART REVIEWS OF SUBHANKAR’S EXHIBITIONS

Gaile Robinson. “Subhankar Banerjee’s photographs angle for your attention,” Fort Worth Star–Telegram, Sunday, May 22, 2011; review of the Desert series exhibition Subhankar Banerjee: Where I Live I Hope To Know at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art.

Gaile Robinson. “Subhankar Banerjee’s photo projects are studies in contrast,” Fort Worth Star–Telegram, Sunday, June 19, 2011; profile story based on the Desert series exhibition Subhankar Banerjee: Where I Live I Hope To Know at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art.

Benjamin Genocchio. “When The Message Is the Art,” The New York Times, Mar 29, 2009; review of exhibition And for all this nature is never spent at the Pelham Art Center  

Alicia Kim. “Banerjee’s photos focus on environment, advocate change,” The Dartmouth, January 15, 2009; review of Subhankar’s Artist in Residence exhibition at Dartmouth College  



Suzaan Boettger. “Global Warnings” essay, Art in America, Art & Politics issue, June/July 2008  

Debora Kuan. exhibition review, Art in America, Art & Politics issue, June/July 2008; review of the exhibition Subhankar Banerjee: Resource Wars at the Sundaram Tagore Gallery in New York  





Regina Hackett. “Seattleite Subhankar Banerjee's photos of Arctic ‘Life and Land’ are winning hearts,” Seattle Post–Intelligencer, June 25, 2005; review of the exhibition Subhankar Banerjee: Seasons of Life and Land at the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture  

Roberta Smith. “A Panorama of Alaska That Extends to the Senate,” The New York Times, October 13, 2004; review of the exhibition Subhankar Banerjee: Last Wilderness at the Gerald Peters Gallery in New York  

Beth Potier. “Art and Activism Meet in Photo Exhibit,” Harvard University Gazette, June 10, 2004; review of exhibition Subhankar Banerjee: Seasons of Life and Land at the Harvard University Museum of Natural History  


SELECT ESSAYS: 2003–2008

Kelley E. Wilder. “Resource Wars” in the exhibition catalog Subhankar Banerjee: Resource Wars, Sundaram Tagore Gallery, 2008  

Subhankar Banerjee. “Land–as–Home versus Environmental and Political Imperialism in the American North,” Gender on Ice: A Special Issue of The Scholar and Feminist Journal, Barnard Center for Research on Women, Barnard College of Columbia University, Fall 2008  

“The Arctic Oil Rush,” by Alex Shoumatoff with photographs by Subhankar Banerjee, Vanity Fair, May 2008  

“Alaska: Big Oil and the Inupiat–Americans,” by Peter Matthiessen with photographs by Subhankar Banerjee, The New York Review of Books, Vol. 54, No. 18, November 22, 2007  


“Inside the Endangered Arctic Refuge,“ by Peter Matthiessen with photographs by Subhankar Banerjee, The New York Review of Books, Vol. 53, No. 16, October 19, 2006  








“Subhankar Banerjee interview with Lily D. Burke and Catherine Whitney,” in The Last Wilderness: Photographs of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge catalog, Gerald Peters Gallery, New York-Santa Fe-Dallas, 2004  

Tricia Louvar. “Pressing Forward: Arctic Refuge Photography by Subhankar Banerjee,” Orion, 2004  

Lynda V. Mapes. “Shooting from the Soul,” Seattle Times Sunday Magazine cover profile story on Subhankar, March 21, 2004  

Ingrid Sischy. “The Smithsonian’s Big Chill” (a profile story on Subhankar), Vanity Fair, December 2003