2021 Guggenheim Fellows in Photography

Here’s the list of the 2021 Guggenheim Fellowship winners in Photography (with links to their respective websites as applicable). The entire list of current fellows (in all disciplines, including the adjacent/overlapping categories of Fine Arts and Film-Video) can be found on the foundation website (here).


  • Sama Alshaibi (here)
  • Suzanne Bloom (here)
  • Richard Allen Frishman (here)
  • Ed Hill (here)
  • Zig Jackson (here)
  • Michael Jang (here)
  • Ken Light (here)
  • Stephen Marc (Arizona State faculty page here)
  • Tamara Reynolds (here)
  • Jono Rotman (here)
  • Victoria Sambunaris (here)
  • Bill Sullivan (here)
  • Ron Tarver (here)
  • Rodrigo Valenzuela (here)
  • Chris Verene (here)

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  1. Charles Johnstone /

    Congrats to all the nominees. Especially my fellow SUN founder Bill Sullivan. This will go a long way to giving Bill and in a smaller but still important way SUN some recognition.

  2. Pete /

    At the mo I’m reading the Lubow biography on Diane Arbus – a book reviewed a few years ago on collectordaily by Richard B. Woodward


    I’m just at the bit where she’s ‘fervently and systematically’ pursing the Guggenheim Foundation fellowship (outdated term if there ever was one), soliciting testimonials from Robert Frank, Richard Avedon, Lee Friedlander, Helen Levitt, Lisette Model, and Walker Evans…

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