Amina Al Huqai
Amina Al Huqai

Featuring: Sana Abedi, Mark Brennan, Sean Brown, Kimico Chen, Hanna Cowart, Josee Han, Becca Howland, Amina Al Huqai, Zhuoqun Jiang, Viktor Klimenko, Polina Krasovicka, Lotta Lemetti, Sayana Cairo, Meng Meng Lu, Arturo Meza, Daniel Muccigrossi, Andreas Poupoutsis, Tatyana Prisco, Alexandra Schaede, Maciej Stachowicz, Anna Paula Tizzi, and John Tona

This exhibition includes the artwork of 22 New York Film Academy photography students, representing different countries and cultural identities around the world. They have converged in diversity here at NYFA with a shared passion for the universal language of photography.

Rich in variety, the work adorning these walls not only occupies a unique space in culture and time, but also testifies to the expansive range of approaches to photographic expression that NYFA students explore — from fine art to commercial photography, not forgetting the fine line in between.

NYFA’s faculty actively works with the students to develop and broaden their interests, preparing them to emerge as contemporary image-makers in a rapidly changing and ever-expanding field. With the support of the faculty and their peers, our students have created an exhibit of exceptional freshness, quality, and breadth.

Alongside traditional treatments of portraiture and still life, this group of artists has also experimented with abstraction, digital manipulation, staged photography, and a host of other possibilities. These experiences enrich their dexterity and vision as they work to discover their unique voices within the world of photography.

We are proud to present this photographic exhibition from the students of the New York Film Academy.


  • Photo Arts Conservatory at New York Film Academy

    Photo Arts Conservatory at New York Film Academy

    As one of the leading photography schools, the Photo Arts Conservatory at New York Film Academy offers students the remarkable opportunity to study under award-winning professional photographers who remain active in many genres of photography, from fine art to fashion, commercial work, and photojournalism.

    The Conservatory’s photography instructors are not solely interested in producing competent photographers. They inspire artists–each possessing a unique, singular voice–to make their work immediately recognizable. The curriculum and the faculty at the photography school are focused on preparing students to apply what they have learned in class and in their coursework, directly into practice anywhere in the world.

    Simply stated, students receive an extraordinary educational experience, designed to best prepare them to achieve their professional goals.

New York Film Academy; Student Exhibition

 archive : 2016

Featuring: Various Artists

Curated by: Nancy Burson Ralph Gibson

Presented by: Photo Arts Conservatory at New York Film Academy
  • Photo Arts Conservatory at New York Film Academy


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