Tributaries is a group exhibition featuring the works of three lens-based artists and members of the School of Visual Arts Continuing Education community, residency participant Murat Kahya, SVACE student Nivia Hernandez, and SVACE faculty member Esteban Toro.Learn More
In this exhibition, Roger Fishman shows the raw power and exquisite, abstract beauty of water, through aerial photos and video from Greenland and Iceland, with the goal of engaging the public in a discussion on how each of us can transform ourselves, and the world we live in, for the betterment of all.Learn More
Fifty photographs representing the collaborative work of teen women photographers from five national and international partner organizations.
Meet the Waterkeeper Warriors who are fighting horrific acts of pollution and environmental injustice to protect every person’s right to clean water. Photographed by twenty Culture Trip photographers around the globe, with stories told by notable voices.
The TRANSFORMATION: Water as Art project’s intent is to inspire and motivate us to protect this most valuable resource for life, and to view it in a new light.Learn More
With Water/Without Water is a group exhibition that collectively tells the story of the importance to California of this vital but limited resource.Learn More
“The Oldest Colony” is a meditation on the Puerto Rican identity as a product of the island’s political relationship with the United States as an unincorporated territory, and now as it morphs with the economic crisis and hurricane Maria’s aftermath.Learn More
In Water Stories, Mustafah Abdulaziz presents powerful images, from across four continents, documenting the global water crisis. The installation will feature 70 large-scale photographs on the East River waterfront, presented in massive light boxes visible from Manhattan.Learn More
For two years, I have been looking at the global consequences of rising sea levels caused by climate change. Today, no one doubts that glaciers the world over are retreating and, even more worryingly, that Greenland and Antarctica are melting at an increasing pace. The question: how fast ?Learn More
The NYC Municipal Archives invites you to explore a hundred-year history of the Brooklyn waterfront through photographs dating from 1870 to 1974.Learn More
Submerged is a video installation that envisions our world from the constantly shifting perspective of just below the rippling surface of a quiet pond.Learn More
One in five people in the world get their water from great Asian rivers linked to the Qinghai-Tibet plateau in northwestern China. Here beneath a gently undulating landscape, spring the headwaters of the Yellow River, which sweep three thousands miles across China on their way to the sea. When they make it.Learn More
To celebrate the success of Drawn To Water (a floating photographic exhibition) the East River Ferry invited photographers to share their favorite photos that illustrates the relationship between NYC and H2O.
When photographer Jason Florio got word that plans were afoot to create a massive hydro-electric dam on the River Gambia – one of Africa’s last free-flowing major rivers – he knew he wanted to attempt to follow the river’s course, before the natural flow was choked. Conservationists fear the dam will have massive environmental impact on many communities, as well as wildlife that rely on the natural flow and seasonal rise and fall of the water.
Break away from traditional landscapes, and learn how to create rich seascapes while capturing movement of silky waves with EJ Camp.Learn More