- CV


University of California, Irvine, MFA, Department of Art 

New York University, BA, Gallatin School of Individualized Study



Fulcrum of Malice, Tracey Morgan Gallery, Asheville, NC, December 2017

The Great Divide - a collaborative project by Stacy Kranitz and Zoe Strauss, Lightfield 2017 Festival of Photography, Hudson Hall, Hudson, NY, August 2017

As it Was Give(n) to Me, Diffusion - Cardiff International Festival of Photography, Wales, UK, October 2015

From the Study on Post Pubescent Manhood, Little Big Man Gallery, Los Angeles, California, January 2015

Once Entangled With it, No Other Place Seems Possible to Us, Gallery Protocol, Gainesville, Florida, December 2014


GROUP EXHIBITIONS:                       

Fake, Galerie Bohai, Hannover, Germany, October 2017

You, Me, Us and Them, W.C. Bradley Co. Museum, Columbus, GA, October 2016

Familiar Difference, curated by Inocents, These Days Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, August 2016

Dirt, Jancar Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, April 2015

Role Play, Redline, curated by Rupert Jenkins and Conor King for CPAC, Denver, Colorado, March 2015

Behind the Lens: Women Photographers on the South and Appalachia, Tipton Gallery, ETSU, March 2015

This May Have Happened, Filter Photo Festival at David Weinberg Photography, Chicago, IL, September 2014

In Your Face, New Image Art, Los Angeles, CA, June 2014

Louisiana, The Multi-Media Museum Moscow House of Photography, Moscow, Russia, May, 2014

Making Pictures of People: Recent Perspectives on Portraiture, curated by Andy Adams for the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, August 2013

New Country: Ruralism in Contemporary Art, Claypool-Young Gallery, Morehead, KY, April 2012



Representing Place: Photographs from Appalachia, Tracy Morgan Gallery, Asheville, NC, 2017



Museum of Fine Art, Houston

The Do Good Fund, Southern Photography Initiative



Ain't Bad, The Intimitable Otherness of Stacy Kranitz, September 2016

Royal Photographic Society, Come Party With Us, September 2016

Photo District News, Appalachian Odyssey, August 2016

Juxtapoz, Stacy Kranitz: It's All Personal, May 2016

Slate, This Notable Instagram Account Embraces the Photographers Role in Documentary, February 2016

Time Lightbox, Stacy Kranitz is TIME's pick for instagram photographer of the year 2015, December 2015

Dazed and Confused, Rethinking the Face of 'poverty' in America Today, November 2015

The Guardian, Can a Photostory on the Appalachians Shuck the Hillbilly Stereotype, October 2015

Filmmaker Magazine, I Play a Little With Fire , September 2015

American Suburb X, Interrogating the Notion of Documentary Truth: Stacy Kranitz - As it Was Give(n) to Me, May 2015

Paper Journal, Interview: Stacy Kranitz, New Humanism, March 2015

Blount Art Info, Lost Boys: Stacy Kranitz Exposes a Skate Park's Dark Side, February 2015

Time Lightbox, Coming of Age in Skatopia, Ohio’s 88-Acre Skatepark, January 2015

Featureshoot, Startling Portraits of WWII Re-enactors Dressed as Nazi Soldiers,  January 2015

Slate, These American World War II Re-enactors Dress up Like Nazi's for Fun, December 2014

Journal of Appalchian Studies, Review: As it Was Give(n) to Me, Volume 20, Number 2 (Fall 2014)

Dear Dave, Issue 15, p 32-37, November, 2013

British Journal of Photography, Kicking Against the Pricks: Stacy Kranitz, November 2013

Columbia Journalism Review, On the Job, The Outsider,  November 2013

The Believer, Wouldn’t you want to party with a baby?, October 2013

FeatureShoot, Renegotiating a Complex History – Stacy Kranitz’s Portrait of Central Appalachia, October 2013

Photo-eye Magazine, Book Review: From the Study on Post Pubescent Manhood, October 2013           

Mother Jones, Stacy Krantiz's Intimate Look at methamphetamine addicts and the cops trying to to nab them, August 2013



Speak Your Piece, Here Press, London, 2016

From the Study on Post-Pubescent Manhood, Straylight Press, Ontario, 2013

The Louisiana Cockfighters Manual, Self-Published, Louisiana, 2010



Public/Private/Portrait, Mossless and International Center for Photography, New York, 2016

The Heavy Collective Volume One, The Heavy Collective, Sydney, 2015

Photographers Sketchbooks, Thames and Hudson, London, 2014        



From the Study on Post-Pubescent Manhood,  2017

Thrashaholics, 2016



Blurring Fantasy and Reality in America's Poorest Region, Huck, November 8, 2016

The Fantasy of Objectivity, The Oxford American, March 28, 2014

The Rape of Appalachia, Reading the Pictures, February 20, 2014

From the Study on Post-Pubescent Manhood, Reading the Pictures, October 14, 2013

The Spectacle of Violence, Bag News, August 6, 2013          



Adbusters, Elle, ESPN, The Fader, Granta, Harpers, Mother Jones, New York Times, Oxford American, Rolling Stone, Stern, Time, The Times of London Magazine, Vice, Village Voice, Virginia Quarterly Review, The Washington Post and Wire



Michael P. Smith Fund for Documentary Photography, 2017

Time Magazine Instagram Photographer of the Year, 2015