Allie Tsubota (she/hers) is a photographer exploring intersections of race, visuality, and the formation of historical memory. She received a Master of Fine Arts in Photography from Rhode Island School of Design in 2022.

Education
MFA, Photography, Rhode Island School of Design, 2022
BFA, Dance, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, 2014
BA, Environmental Studies, New York University, 2014

Honors & Awards
Runner-Up, Snider Prize, Museum of Contemporary Photography, 2022
Shortlist, Aperture Portfolio Prize, 2022
Shortlist, Magnum Foundation Counter Histories Award, 2022
Silver List, Silver Eye, 2022
Photo Fund Award, Aperture and Google's Creator Labs, 2021
Student Prize First Place, Lenscratch, 2021
Artist Award, Center for Photographic Art, 2021
Henry Wolf Award for Photographic Excellence, Rhode Island School of Design, 2021
Graduate Commons Award, Rhode Island School of Design, 2021, 2022
Critical Mass Top 200 and Merit-Based Scholarship, Photolucida, 2021
Shortlist, Fine Art Award, ChromaLuxe X Lucie Foundation, 2021

Exhibition
Group Photography Exhibition, Microscope Gallery, NY, 2022 (upcoming)
New Contemporaries Group Exhibition, Gelman Gallery, RI, 2022 (upcoming)
RISD Graduate Thesis Exhibition, Rhode Island Convention Center, RI, 2022
Grant Recipients Exhibition, Center for Photographic Art, CA, 2022
The Curated Fridge Autumn Show, virtual group exhibition, 2021
Graduate Photography Group Exhibition, Rhode Island School of Design, RI, 2020/2021

Public Talks
Center for Photographic Art, 2022


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