Anyone who has spent time doing college-level studio visits over the past few years has a list of undergrad and MFA students whose work is so polished—or so funky—that it would not look at all out of place in a Chelsea white cube. More and more—and much sooner than later these days—that's exactly where it ends up. Tanyth Berkeley was fresh out of Columbia when she debuted so confidently at Bellwether last month. Jodie Vicenta Jacobson, who graduated from Hunter in 2004, makes a strong first impression in Yancey Richardson's Project space right now. And Sarah Anne Johnson, whose irresistible show just opened at Julie Saul, is the latest of a long list of young women to go straight from Yale's famous MFA photo program to a New York gallery. (Among her predecessors: Justine Kurland, Malerie Marder, Katy Grannan, Jenny Gage, Dana Hoey, and... More >>>