One- and Two- Person Exhibitions
2022 “About an Hour,” Pictura Gallery, Bloomington, IN
2021 “Crowded Fields,” Foto Relevance, Houston, TX
2021 “Crowded Fields,” Abigail Ogilvy Gallery, Boston, MA (planned)
2019 “Crowded Fields,” Camerawork Gallery, Portland, OR 
2012 “Strangers,”Gallery Kayafas, Boston, MA
2011 “Selected People,” Houston Center for Photography, Houston, TX
2010 “Selected People,” Gallery Kayafas, Boston, MA
2008 “Pins,” Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA
2007 “Fugitives,” Gallery Kayafas, Boston, MA
2003 “Northeast Exposure: Vaughn Sills and Pelle Cass,” Photographic Resource Center at
Boston University, Boston, MA, curated by Leslie K. Brown
1985 Stux Gallery, Boston, MA
1983 Stux Gallery, Boston, MA
1982 Frank Marino Gallery, New York, NY 
1982 Donnelly + Stux Gallery, Boston, MA
1979 A Street/Donnelly Gallery, Boston, MA
1979 Gallery One, New England College of Photography, Boston, MA
1978 Fogg Art Museum, Print Room, Cambridge, MA
Selected Group Exhibitions
2022 “New Formations,” de Cordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, MA (planned)
2022 “Just an Idea Books,” Just a Space, Paris, France, curated by Sarah Andelman 
2021 “Blue,” Beth Urdang Gallery, Wellesley, MA
2020 “#ICPConcerned: Global Images for Global Crisis,” International Center of Photography, NY, NY
2020 “Main Section,” Area Code Art Fair, Octavio Zaya, curator, Boston, MA
2020 “Quarantine Exhibition,” Space52, Athens, Greece
2019 “As Many Reps as Possible,” Naughton Gallery, Queens University, Belfast, Northern Ireland
2019 “Information Superpower,” Graphic Matters International Biennial, Breda, The Netherlands
2018 “The Fence,” images from Crowded Fields, United Photo Industries, Brooklyn, NY, and traveling to Boston, Atlanta, Santa Fe, Durham, Denver, Calgary, and Sarasota
2018 “Shifting Light: Photographic Perspectives,” New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, NM
2017 “Emerging Photographers Showcase,” Mt. Rokko International Photography Festival, Kobe, Japan
2016 “Future Tense,” curated by the University of New Mexico Art Museum at Gallery
561, Albuquerque, NM
2016 “Selected People,” slide exhibition, part of Angkor Wat Photo Festival, Cambodia
2015 “The Expressive Voice,” selections from the permanent collection, Danforth Art Museum, Waltham, MA
2015 “Special Editions: The PRC Print Program,” Photographic Resource Center, Boston, M
2014 “Selected People,” part of MetaMorf 2014: Biennial for Art and Technology, Trondheim, Norway
2014 “Selected People,” 9th International Biennial of Photography and Visual Arts (BIP 2014), Liège, Belgium
2014 “Tough Turf: New Directions in Street Photography,” Humble Arts Foundation, Curated by Jon Feinstein & Amani Olu
2013 “Digital Photography/Image Manipulation,” presented by Phrame at RECYCL ART, Brussels, Belgium 
2012 “ABOUT PHOTOGRAPHY,” the central exhibition of Kaunas Photo 2012 (Mindaugas Kavaliauskas, curator), at M.Žilinskas Art Gallery of the National M.K. Ciurlionis Art Museum, Kaunas, Lithuania
2012 “PRC in NYC,” New York Photo Festival, Brooklyn, NY
2011 “La XI Bienal Internacional de Fotografía de Tenerife Fotonoviembre 2011,” Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain
2010 “Critical Mass Winners,” Photographic Center Northwest, Seattle, WA, curated by Andy Adams of Flak Photo
2009 Kaunas Photo Festival: RECYCLED (Mindaugas Kavaliauskas, curator), Kaunas, Lithuania.
2009 “New England Photography Biennial, Danforth Museum of Art, Framingham, MA
2008 “Is it possible to make a photograph of New Jersey regardless of where you are in theworld?”, Pierro Gallery, South Orange, NJ, (Featured artist) curated by Laurel Ptak
2008 “Art and Text,” Gallery One Visual Arts Center, Ellensburg, WA, curated by Robert Tomlinson
1988 “The Ninth Annual Boston Drawing Show,” Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA
1986 “Inaugural,” Stux Gallery, New York, NY
1986 “Gallery Artists,” Stux Gallery, Boston, MA
1985 “Landscape,” Danforth Museum of Art, Framingham, MA
1984 “Small, Smaller, Tiny,” Stux Gallery, Boston, MA
1984 “Major Paper Works,” Stux Gallery, Boston, MA
1984 “Summer Review,” Stux Gallery, Boston, MA
1983 “Elements of Landscape,” Boston University Art Gallery, Boston, MA
1983 “Recent Acquisitions,” Clarence Kennedy Gallery, Cambridge, MA
1983 “Polaroid Images,” Gallery East, Art Institute of Boston, Boston, MA
1982 “Gallery Artists,” Stux Gallery, Boston, MA
1982 “Summer Selections,” Frank Marino Gallery, New York, NY
1982 “Artist Photographers and a Photographer of Art,” Thorpe Intermedia Gallery, Sparkhill, NY
1981 “Still Life,” The Member’s Gallery, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
1980 “Contemporary Photography,” New Art Center, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York
1980 “The Photographer’s Hand,” Originating at the George Eastman House, curated by Susan Dodge Peters, and travelling with the Smithsonian Institution Travelling Exhibition Services (SITES) to The Museum of Art, Sao Paulo, Brazil; Nagase Gallery, Tokyo, Japan; The Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach; Beaumont Art Museum, Beaumont, Texas; others.
2018 Winner: Top 50, Critical Mass, Photolucida, Portland, OR
2018 Fellowship, Corporation of Yaddo (declined)
2016 Janet Sloane Residency, Corporation of Yaddo
2015 Massachusetts Cultural Council, Finalist’s Award in Photography
2012 A.R.T. (Artist’s Resource Trust) Award, Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation
2012 Fellowship, Corporation of Yaddo
2010 Fellowship, Corporation of Yaddo
2010 Nominated: New England Art Award for Best Artist in a Group Show (Danforth Museum Photography Biennial)
2010 Nominated: New England Art Award for Best Artist in a Group Show (Danforth Photo Biennial)
2009 Nominated: Foster Artist Prize, ICA, Boston, MA
2009 Winner: Top 50, Critical Mass, Photolucida, Portland, OR
2008 Winner: Top 50, Critical Mass, Photolucida, Portland, OR
2005 Nominated: Santa Fe Prize, Santa Fe Center for Photography, Santa Fe, NM
2004 Nominated: ICA/Digitas Prize, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA
1980–4 Polaroid Collection Fellowship, Cambridge, MA
1979 Massachusetts Artists Foundation Fellowship, Finalist
Public Collections
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Fogg Art Museum
Addison Gallery of American Art
The DeCordova Museum
Peabody Essex Museum
Danforth Museum of Art
Lehigh University Art Galleries
The Polaroid Collection
New Mexico Museum of Art

Video and Audio
Sofia Bernal, Atzeca TV (Mexico), “El deporte también es un arte: Pelle Cass,” June 17, 2020
Daylight Books, “Pelle Cass,” July, 2020
Selected People de Pelle Cass (radio feature), Radio Television Suisse, October 19, 2016
Vice Media’s The Creators Project, “Pelle Cass: Selected People” (video documentary), October 15, 2013
Troy Schulze, “Pelle Cass: Selected People,” an interview on The Front Row, KUHF (Nation Public Radio, Houston), Oct. 28, 2011
B-Roll Films, “Art617: Episode 9 (cable tv, includes Pelle Cass interview),” May, 2007

Books and Catalogs
Pelle Cass, “Pelle Cass,” introduction by Durga Chew-Bose, Just an Idea Books, 2021
Florian Heine, The Art of Illusion, Prestel (book), October 13, 2020
Eds., Fisheye Magazine, Fisheye Photo Review 2020.21, Fisheye (book), 2020
Frichot Hélène, Gabrielsson Catharina, and Metzger Jonathan, eds.,“Deleuze and the City," Oxford University Press, (book), 2016. Includes a chapter, "The Impredicative City, or What Can a Boston Square Do?” by Marc Boumeester and Andrej Radman, on my photograph.
Nicholas Felton, “PhotoViz,” Four spreads on Selected People, Gestalten (book), 2016
Langford, Fox, and Smith, “Langford’s Basic Photography,” Tenth Edition, Focal Press (book), 2016
'Solo: Photographs,' Otto Publishing (book), 2013
Mindaugas Kavaliauskas (ed. and curator), “Recycled,” Kaunas Photo Festival 09 (catalogue), 2010
Laurel Ptak, “Is it possible to make a photograph of New Jersey regardless of where you are in the world?”, (catalog), Pierro Gallery, South Orange, NJ, 2008
Susan Dodge Peters, “The Photographer’s Hand,” George Eastman House (exhibition brochure), 1982
Barbara Hitchcock (Editor), “Selections 1, From Polaroid Collection,” Verlag. 1982
U.S. Open Golf Championship (mid-2022)
On Running (2022)
Buffalo Zine/Burberry (2021)
Dazed/Jacquemus (2021)
Veilance/Arc’teryx (2021)
Specialized Bicycle Components (2021)
GQ (2020)
Ssense Magazine (2020)
It’s Nice That (2020)
Golfer’s Journal (2020)
Nike/Antidote Magazine (2019)
Ssense/Victory Journal (2019)
Orlebar Brown (2019)
Zack Villere (album cover, 2019)
Pomona College Football, Private Collector (2019)
Dartmouth Alumni Magazine (2019)
Consumer Reports (2018)
ESPN Brasil (2019)
Series of “Strangers”  Portraits, Private Collector (2019)
Commission, Selected People, Corporate Collector (2018) 
Maxim (2015)
Selected Publications and Features
Major Print Publications (to accompany articles)
The Atlantic (Oct. 2020)
GQ (Oct. 2020)
Harvard Business Manager (Germany, Sept. 2020)
Financial Times Weekend Magazine (April 25, 2020)
Personal Magazin (Germany, cover, cover story, 8/2020)
Ssense (Canada, Spring-Summer 2020)
Die Zeit (Germany, December 5, 2019)
Die Zeit (Germany, October 10, 2019)
Hohe Luft (Germany, August 6, 2019)
Bloomberg Businessweek (June 25, 2018)
Personal Magazin (Germany, December, 2018)
Inc. (November, 2108)
Consumer Reports (February, 2018)

Features and interviews
Louis Kaplan, “Pelle Cass,” FOAM magazine (Netherlands, print), No 54, 2019
Lucy Bourton, “How Pelle Cass Creates His Jarring ‘Still Time-Lapse’ Images,” It’s Nice That (online), May 22, 2019
Kate Sierzputowski, “Tennis Balls and Swim Caps Crowd the Frame in New Time-Lapse Compositions by 
Pelle Cass,” Colossal (online), May 21, 2019
A.S. Hamrah, “Multiplicity,” Victory Journal (NYC, print), No. 20, 2019
A.S. Hamrah, “Fever Pitch: The Photographs of Pelle Cass in Motion,” Ssense (online), November 15, 2019Eds, “Pelle Cass,” McSweeney’s Quarterly (print), No 55, 2019
Annie Armstrong, “Pelle Cass Taught Me How to Like Sports,” cover story, Boston Art Review (print), Spring 2019
Eds, “Emerging Artists,” Musee Photo (NYC, print), No. 20, 2019
Julien Langendorf, “Extravaganza,” Society (France, print), July 25, 2019
Andrea Sangiovanni, “Alle Mennschen sind gleich,” Die Zeit (Germany, print) October 10, 2019
Astrid Herbold, “Voll erholsam,” Die Zeit (Germany, print), December 5, 2019
Eds, “Perpetual Motion: A New Way of Seeing Dartmouth Athletes in Motion,” Dartmouth Alumni Magazine (print), September/October 2019
Eds, “The Ultimate Action Shot,” Professional Photographer, August, 2019
Eds, “La Diversion Para Mi Comienza Cuando Regreso A Mi Computadora Y Comienzo A Trabajar En La Foto,” Joia Magazine No. 57 (Chile, print), 2019
Thomas Vasek, “Mass und Ansporn,” Hohe Luft (Germany, print), August 6, 2019
Eds, “Pelle Cass,” MAPS (Korea, print), January 2019
Frannsizka Ruff, “Hier Passiert Alles Gleichzetig,” Dein Speigel (Germany, print), June 2019
Eds, “Spirito di squadro,” Amica (Italy, print), August, 2018
Mathilda Cuzon, “Dans le grand bain photographique,” Beaux Arts (France, print), September, 2018
“Todo el mundo en la foto,” Quo (Spain, print), June 2018
Eds, “Dangerous Dives,” NatGeo Kids (UK, print), Summer, 2018
Gus Lubin, “See if you can spot what's wrong in these photos of crowds,” Business Insider (online), July 9, 2018
Ellyn Kail,  “These Funny, Disarming Photos Will Make You See Sports in a New Way,” Feature Shoot (online), July 4, 2018 
Jessica Stewart, “Composite Photo Created by Selectively Omitting People,” My Modern Met (online), May 16, 2017
Fanny Arlandis, “Ce que je voulais, c'était du bordel!” Slate France (online), July 27,  2018    
David Schonauer, “What We Learned This Week: The Next Generation of Fashion Photography Stars,” American Photography’s ProPhotoDaily (online), May 3, 2018
Laura Collinson, Crowded Fields: Composite photographs of sports fields that show human patterns, Creative Boom (online), April 24, 2018
Andy Smith, A Look at ‘Crowded Fields’ Captured by Photographer Pelle Cass,” Hi-Fructose (online), April 18, 2018
Jesus Diaz, “These Mesmerizing Images of Athletes Reinvent Sports Photography,” Fast Company (online), April 16, 2018
Michael Zhang, Hours of Sports Events Photoshopped into Dissing Single Photos, PetaPixel (online), April 13, 2018
Laura Staugaitis, “The Dizzying Patterns of Movement at Athletic Events Captured in Composite Photographs by Pelle Cass,” Colossal (online), APRIL 12, 2018
Eds, “The Brilliant and Absurd Time-Lapse Photography of Pelle Cass,” Boooooom (online), April 4, 2018
Monika Kiss, “Feature, Selected People,” TagTagTag (online), October 29, 2017
“Photos of Exaggerated Order and Chaos by Photographer Pelle Cass,” Boooooom (online), May 10, 2017
Darren Boyle, “Amazing composite images revealed,” Daily Mail Online, June 14, 2017
Jack Williams, “Incredible time-lapse images show hundreds of people in the exact same place -- but at different times,” Daily Mirror Online, June 13, 2017
“Harmonia tłumu w projekcie Pelle Cass,” Digital Camera Polska (online), May 30, 2017
“Photoviz versione NBA: le foto pazze di Pelle Cass,” Sky Sports (online),December 5, 2016
Gus Lubin, “See if you can spot what’s wrong inside these photos of crowds,” Business Insider (online), October 17, 1016
Anne Quito, “Mesmerizing infographics stitched together from millions of selfies and snapshots,” Quartz (online), March 30 2016
Margaret Rhodes, Take a Trip through the Wild New World of Photoviz,” Wired (online), Mar 24, 2016
Eds, Digital Camera World, “Pelle Cass: Selected People,” Digital Camera World UK, (print and online magazine), May, 2016 
Eds, Creative Boom, “Selected People: Photographer merges hundreds of images to create a chaotic overpopulated world,” Creative Boom (online), Dec. 17, 2015
Mark Feeney, “Show at PRC Offers Visual Diversity,” Boston Globe (print and online), Oct. 1, 2015
Zone Zero, “Photographic Convergence,” (web magazine), 2015
Helga Kluiter, A visit with Pelle Cass, Photoshop Magazine (print, the Netherlands), October 2013, pp. 30-35, 10 illustrations
Kevin Hartnett, “The hidden patterns of Boston,” The Boston Sunday Globe (print and online), August 04,2013
Washington Post (online), “A busy world in a camera (annotated by the photographer),” July 17, 2013
Daily Mail Online (London), “Don’t I know you? Trick photography uses multiple images of people and animals to turn outdoor spaces into huge crowd scenes,” July 10, 2013
Nils Fisch,“Pelle Cass: Selected People,” Tages Woche (print, Basel), July 7, 2013
Amanda Gorence, “Pelle Cass Creates a Patterned, Surreal World by Condensing Hundreds of Photos Into One, Feature Shoot (online), July 2, 2013
DL Cade, “These Hundred-Photo Composites Take Street Photography to the Next Level,” PetaPixel (online) July 2, 2013
Dan Havlik, “Surreal street photos capture human patterns: Photographer Pelle Cass shuffles time in Selected People [with interview],” Imaging Resource (online), June 28, 2013
Jakob Schiller, “Time-Squished Photos Turn Random Moments Into Patterns,” Wired Raw File (online), June 28, 2013
Aline Smithson, “Pelle Cass: Strangers,” Lenscratch (online), September 24, 2012
“Appropriation,” Supermassive Black Hole Magazine (online), work from “Color People,” Issue 13, April, 2013)
Patrick McAvoy, “Pelle Cass” cover story, an interview, and feature, Glasschord: Art and Culture Magazine (online), Issue 9: Conformity, Sept. 2011 
“Festival: Tenerife 2011 Fotonoviembre,” La Lettre de la Photographie (online),Nov. 18, 2011 
Douglas Britt, “Museum District Day Returns,” Art 29-95, Houston Chronicle, Sept. 17, 2011
Olivia Flores Alvarez, “Houston Center for Photography: Fall 2011 Exhibitions,” Houston Press (print), Sep 8 2011
Blake Andrews, “Q & A with Pelle Cass,” B (online), March 18, 2010 
Aline Smithson, 'Pelle Cass,' Lenscratch (online),Oct. 21, 2009 
Elizabeth Avedon (online), 'Pelle Cass: Selected People,' Sep, 29, 2009 
Hans-Michael Koetzle, “Artists from FotoFest’s Meeting Place 2010,” Photo International (print), March, 2010
The editors, China Photo Press, “Interview with Pelle Cass,” China Photo Press (online), Bejing, China, 2010
Cate McQuaid, “Playing with Photoshop,“ Boston Globe (print), Feb. 10, 2010
James Foritano, “Thayer Street - A Destination or an Attitude? Maybe Both,” Artscope Magazine (print), March/April 2010
Mark Feeney, “Diversity of ideas, styles on display in New England Biennial exhibit at Danforth,” Boston Globe (print), Oct. 10, 2009
Laurel Ptak, i heart photograph (online), “Is it possible to make a photograph of New Jersey regardless of where you are in the world?” April 19, 2008, 
Laurel Ptak, i heart photograph (online), April 18, 2008, 
Laurel Ptak, i heart photograph (online), August 4, 2007, 
Meredith Goldstein, “Making the Cut,” Boston Globe, Jan. 3, 2007
Cate McQuaid, “From Intimacy to Abstraction,” Boston Globe (print), Jan. 25, 2007
Thomas Garvey, “Drawn to the Light,” The Hub Review (online), Jan. 31, 2007 
Ellen Steinbaum, “Awash in Words, Just out of Our Grasp,” Boston Globe (print), July 2, 2006 
Mark Feeney, “Exhibit Joins Nature and Culture, the Literal and the Abstract,” Boston Globe (print), Dec. 12, 2003
“The Edge: Picks,” Boston Herald (print), Nov. 28, 2003
Leslie K. Brown, “Vaughn Sills and Pelle Cass,” In the Loupe (print), Photographic Resource Center, November-Dec. 2003 
Kelly Wise, “A Coat of Paint Works Wonders: Pelle Cass at Stux Gallery,” Boston Globe (print), February 12, 1985
Christine Temin, “Perspectives,” Boston Globe, Jan. 6, 1983
Vivien Raynor, “Photography: Good News and Bad,” New York Times (print), Dec. 26, 1982
Robert Taylor, “At Large: What Kind of Beauty Is Waiting to Be Born?” Boston Globe (print), Nov. 13, 1979
1993 BA in Art, University of Massachusetts, Boston
1977 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque
1974 School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 
1972 Minneapolis College of Art and Design
1954, Brooklyn, NY

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