Bronx Junior Photo League | Year-End Exhibition
Featuring: Various Artists
Curated by: Cynthia RiveraView Location Details Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza
1 Water St
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Location open 24 hours
Latoya Beecham, Jared Birks, Joshua Capote, Brandon Carrillo Leon, Cesar Florencio, Luis Freire, Morgan Massey, Dennise Reyes, Paola Soto, Cara Star Tyner, Anthony Tesis; Aminata Camara, Elisa Luna Cameron, Izaiah Cardona, Jocelyn Ojeda Moreno, Alexa Pacheco, Arwen Polanco, Jared Rosales, Nnyala Stark, Tehillah (Tilly) Swift, Adanna Taylor; Gianna Almonte, Hansel Camarena, Mackenzie Ducksworth, Tristan Hosmer, Savannah Juste, Jadden Medina, Allison Morales Aranguren, Evangeline Mujica, Jade Delilah Parks, Ryan Plummer, Sierra Rivers, Lucas Rodriguez Landrau, Kelly Tescahua, Nylah Williams; Rosanny Baez, Lizbeth Chavez Anguiano, Johan Gonzalez, Justin Henry, Christopher Hoyos, Justin Kearse, Brigitte Marino, Fausto Roa, Victoria-Rose Rodriguez, Maya Sanchez, Stephany Sanchez, Chase Selby, Evamell Sosa, Osmerlin Cruz
The Bronx Junior Photo League’s Year-End Exhibition introduces over 40 students’ work created over this past school year. They’ve photographed everything from their families at home and friends at school, to the vendors at The Hub and all around the Melrose neighborhood of the South Bronx. These stories, from the too-often-unseen empathetic lenses of our youth, are a critical testament to this time in our history.
This exhibition can be seen in full at the Bronx Documentary Center from June 2 – June 19.
The Bronx Documentary Center is an accessible, community-oriented gallery and educational space located in Melrose, one of New York City’s fastest-growing neighborhoods. Melrose is the proud home to immigrants from around the globe, including many from the Caribbean, West Africa, Mexico, and South and Central America. To serve the Melrose community, the BDC opens up local discussions through film and photography and provides access to world-class exhibitions and screenings, all the while being fully rooted in the concerns and needs of Bronx residents. Additionally, the BDC not only employs Bronx residents, but also promotes educational programming that empowers our neighbors to tell their own stories. By carving out a unique arts space, the BDC seeks to encourage Bronx residents to participate in the vibrant culture of Melrose and beyond.