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Exhibitions: Staten Island

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At My Window. My Staten Island

South Beach Promenade
 on show

The Alice Austen House education team worked with PS 60, The Alice Austen School 4th Grade students on a photographic unit inspired by Alice Austen and their own cultural heritage.

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Brady’s Pond

Alice Austen House
 on show

“Brady’s Pond” is an ongoing collection of images made from recurring walks through Staten Island’s sliver of public access land along the pond’s northeast shore.

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Brought from Home

Travers Park
 on show

Brought from Home is a two-part photo-documentary project on immigration and the complexities and symbolism of never truly leaving home.

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Daily Bread

The South Street Seaport
 on show

A global look at the industrialization of food production and (over)consumption through the lens of children’s nutrition. Each image presents children in different regions and communities, surrounded by the foods they eat in one week, ranging from ultra-processed packaged foods and snacks, many of them designed to appeal to children, to home cooked meals prepared from whole foods.

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Far Apart – Revelation and Refuge in an Urban Green Space

Alice Austen House
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“Far Apart” is a photographic love letter to Shore Road Park, a narrow strip of playgrounds, wooded paths, and ball fields in Brooklyn that overlooks Staten Island and the Verrazano Narrows, the waterway that leads into New York Harbor.

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FLY BALL: Vintage Snapshots of Black Athletes by Twin-Brother Photographers, Morgan & Marvin Smith

St. Nicholas Park – 132nd Street and 139th Street Jackie Robinson Park
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Of the thousands of photographs and prints by Morgan and Marvin Smith in the Schomburg Center’s collections, this exhibition highlights a brief survey of sports snapshots from the 1930s–1950s. From American Negro League baseball team players sliding into home plate to collegiate star-athlete footballers dodging tackles across the field, these photographs document a pivotal era in American sports history.

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From the Streets to the Heart

Corporal John A. Seravalli Playground
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The project “From the streets to the heart,” created by artist Ernst Coppejans, documents the lives of homeless LGBTQIA+ youth in NYC, aiming to raise awareness about their struggles. Through poignant visuals and personal interviews, the project showcases their resilience and challenges. As LGBTQIA+ rights face unprecedented threats, it serves as a call to action. Visit fromthestreetstotheheart.com for more.

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Gestalten

Bella Abzug Park
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Gestalten is a collection of photographs of temporary sculptures portraying people wearing their complete possessions of clothing, weaving a vivid tapestry of human identity, material belongings, and personal narratives, inviting viewers to reflect on the intimate relationship between attire, memory, and individual expression.

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High School Team Robotics

Bella Abzug Park
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Following high school FIRST Robotics Competition teams participating in the 2023 season.

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ICP at THE POINT: Our Stories, Our Light

Baretto Point Park
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ICP at THE POINT: Our Stories, Our Light is an exhibition of photographs by students from the International Center of Photography’s partnership with THE POINT CDC, which celebrates local voices honoring the people, places, and things that keep us uplifted in our everyday lives.

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Keepers of the Flame

Washington Street and Prospect Street
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An ancient religion founded in Central Asia faces a vexing question: how to keep the fire of faith burning.

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Lesbian Avengers 1994 Protest for Alice Austen and Gertrude Tate’s Lesbian Visibility. Alice Austen Park.

Alice Austen House
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Documentary photographs by Saskia Scheffer capturing the historic 1994 Lesbian Avengers protest at the Alice Austen Museum Park.

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Los Inocentes

Van Cortlandt Park
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“Los Inocentes (The Innocents)” is a documentary photoessay that focuses on the resiliency of children who live in urban communities in less-than-ideal circumstances, but who prevail and thrive beyond their environments in the South Bronx, Spanish Harlem (El Barrio), and the Lower East Side (Loisaida).

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New York Waterfront Diary

Alice Austen House
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I discovered the waterfront in my early twenties when I moved to Brooklyn. At the time, much of it was abandoned and falling apart. Knowing it would vanish, I felt an urge, almost a duty, to document it.

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Punk’s Not Dead

The South Street Seaport
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Bridging generations of rebellion and creativity, this exhibition unites new and old faces of the NYC punk scene through the lens of five photographers across the last five decades.

From the 1970’s birth of punk and the peak of iconic east village venue CBGB to the alternative punks of color scene that today flourishes throughout all 5 boroughs, witness the evolution of this raw and unapologetic movement that continues to thrive and transcend boundaries, proving once and for all that punk truly isn’t dead.

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The Hidden World of Hyenas

Washington Street and Prospect Street
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In the spotted hyenas’ world, females rule. That may be the secret to their success.

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The Lams of Ludlow Street

Seward Park
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As we all age, our lives take unexpected twists and turns. Begun in 2003, The Lams of Ludlow Street is an exploration of how one family’s life continues to unfold in a 350 square-foot apartment in New York City’s Chinatown.

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Transcending Perspectives

Washington Street and Prospect Street
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This exhibition was curated from current students from the MFA Photography Program at Parsons School of Design in New York City.

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Turning Darkness into Light

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza
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Shining light through pinpricked images, a photographer illuminates Mexico’s comunidades originárias.

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You Can’t Go Home Again

South Beach Promenade
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Dom Marker (b. Kharkiv, 1990) is a Ukranian-American artist. His emergent artistic practice is embedded in community activism and a post-documentary approach, focused on the war in Ukraine.

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Past Exhibitions: Staten Island

‘Chef’ not ‘Cook’: The Process to Plate

The South Street Seaport

‘Chef’ not ‘Cook’: The Process to Plate is a photo series that tells the story of eight industry-leading African-American chefs across New York.

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100 Years of WNYC

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

This multimedia installation celebrates the one-hundred-year history of WNYC – beginning as New York City’s Municipal Broadcasting Station in 1924 and continuing as the City’s beloved public radio station today.

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1in6by2030

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

1in6by2030 is a multi-year, global visual storytelling project, involving photographers around the world. Launched in 2023 by Ed Kashi, Ilvy Njiokiktjien and Sara Terry, all contributing photographers to the VII Foundation, 1in6by2030 documents an unprecedented era in the history of humankind: by the year 2030, 1 in 6 people in the world will be over the age of 60.

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2024 ZEKE Awards Winners

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

ZEKE Award first-place winners explore the Indigenous Evenki reindeer herders in northwest Russia and the forest guardians protecting the Peruvian jungle from illegal logging and development.

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American Muslim Experience

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

A photo documentary unveiling the rich mosaic lives of American Muslims, challenging stereotypes and fostering empathy to promote inclusivity and understanding.

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Beautiful Strangers

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

This retrospective of Joseph’s portrait work reveals how a photographer uses his craft to show there are no strangers in his world.

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Beings

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Throughout these years, without planning it, my son Elías and I have constructed an extensive collection of fantastical beings that take shape in our images.

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Below the Big Top

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Below the Big Top is a documentary about the Culpepper & Merriweather Great Combined Circus, a traditional, nomadic, one-ring family circus that lives on the road eight months out of the year.

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Brand Loyalty: The Hunt for Healthy Food in Northern Canada

The South Street Seaport

This project focusses on food security in Northern Canada, and the challenges in accessing nutritious, affordable food.

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Cafecito: Building Community to Break Barriers

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Cafecito: Building Community to Break Barriers celebrates the work of 36 photographers who were Cafecito initiative participants, showcasing their stories of belonging and human connection. Cafecito demonstrates how the power of community and creativity can collectively inspire change for the current state of the intersectional creative industry.

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Can American Labor Seize the Moment?

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Unions are popular but facing decades of decline. We asked photographers to document this unique moment for the American worker.

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Connecting Threads: Migration Across the Americas

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Connecting threads is a multimedia exhibition presented by Doctors Without Borders and featuring photographs by Juan Carlos Tomasi that highlight the strength and determination of people on the move across the Americas. It’s also a call for a more humane response to migration.

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Decolonizing Care

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

In this Pulitzer Center-supported photo story, Judith Surber gives a firsthand account of how the opioid epidemic has devastated her family and community on the Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation, photographed by Justin Maxon.

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Elsewhere

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

In the heart of the Australian Outback, a 12-hour drive west of Sydney and three hours from the nearest supermarket, a small remote community lives in underground caves to shield themselves from the harsh climate of the desert.

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Emerging Lens: Safety, Visibility, Justice, and a Hope for the Future

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Emerging Lens: Safety, Visibility, Justice, and Hope for the Future is an interactive multimedia exhibition developed by Chicago and The Hague-based visual advocacy non-profit ART WORKS Projects, which explores the ways new and emerging documentary photographers covering underrepresented stories across the globe have pushed the boundaries of traditional photojournalism and storytelling to address pressing and under-reported human rights issues around the world and connect them to local communities.

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End of the Line

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

“End of the Line” is a composite portrait of New York City through the lens of the 44 communities that lie at the last stops of NYC subway lines, from the Rockaways to the Bronx to Staten Island.

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Exploring the Surreal: Digital Collage as a Medium for Self-Expression and Subconscious Exploration

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Students explored surrealism through digital collage, delving into the subconscious and absurd. They questioned reality, symbolism, and emotions, creating captivating artworks. Peer feedback and artist statements fostered reflection, pushing creativity boundaries.

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Eyewitness: The Shadows of Climate Change

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

This compilation of work supported by the Pulitzer Center and Diversify Photo explores themes of erasure, injustice, and resilience in the face of climate change—taking viewers to climate-affected communities from the sunny hills of Southern California to fading coastlines in Mexico and melting glaciers in Peru.

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Finding Home

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Finding Home is a project about the reestablishment of the 273 students and staff of Afghanistan’s National Institute of Music in Portugal.

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From Poland, With Love

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

We are transported back in time to Bea Lubas’ childhood memories of Poland – the taste of the first strawberries in the summer,  the smell of her mum’s freshly baked ‘Jablecznik’,  beautiful forests and the foraging trips with her dad.

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Guardians of Thitu

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Despite facing intense surveillance from China, the residents of Thitu island serve as a symbol of resistance for the Philippines.

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Herbolario Migrante (Migrant Herbalism)

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Migrant Herbalism is a project that examines the belief system of traditional Indigenous and Afro-descendant Latin American medicine and how their knowledge, healing practices, and rituals have migrated with forced displacement to the United States.

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Hip Hop at 50

The South Street Seaport

A photographic journey through the golden age of hip-hop.

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HOME, REIMAGININGS

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Home Reimaginings explores how we see/interpret concepts of home.

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I Hope Summer Never Ends

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Obidigbo Nzeribe imbues his portraiture with the fleeting feeling of summer. As a fashion photographer, he pushes the edges of creativity through collaboration in set design and experimentation with generative AI tools.

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If We Stand Tall: Recollections of Spirits Past

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Through decades of Black figurative film-based photography, Cheryl Miller chronicles everyday experiences in the series “If We Stand Tall: Recollections of Spirits Past”—the rituals, social dynamics, and cultural nuances that define African American communities.

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In This Brief Life

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Eugene Richards draws from his latest book, In This Brief Life (2023), a collection of more than 50 years of mostly unseen photographs.

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L’Dor Vador

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

L’dor Vador (‘From Generation to Generation’) is a project which captures the coming-of-age experience of Jewish youth through the quintessentially Jewish-American ritual of sleep-away camp.

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Leaked Recipes

The South Street Seaport

Part-reportage, part-cookbook, Leaked Recipes Cookbook showcases over 50 recipes found in emails hacked, breached and leaked online from the following companies and political figures.

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Local Newsrooms

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

As the journalism industry shrinks, this project captures local newsrooms to engage communities in the search of and support for trusted local news while raising awareness for a national audience that may not realize what has already been lost, and what is at stake.

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Made of Smokeless Fire

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

“Made Of Smokeless Fire” is an exploration of LGBTQIA+ identities within Muslim culture in France, which are often underrepresented and simply ignored. France has the largest proportion of Muslims in the Western world, estimated at 8.8% of the population, or 5.57 million people. But islamophobia is still omnipresent

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Material

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Material, by the artist Elizabeth Casasola, won Best Latam Women’s Project 2023 in Enfoque – Conecta Internationalization Platform and Network for Latin American Photography, Bogotá International Festival, Latin American Photography Foundation. It was also exhibited in the Second Javier Ramírez Limón Photography Contest at the Museo de Arte de Sonora.

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Migrantes

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Following the journey of migrant workers from their homeland in Michoacán, Mexico, across the US-Mexico border, and throughout America, in search of work and a better life for their families.

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Mineral Matter

Winter Garden Gallery, Brookfield Place

Mineral Matter is a photography series by artist Brooke Holm that explores the interplay between Iceland’s dynamic river deltas and traces of humankind’s curiosity.

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MINJIMENDAN (REMEMBER)

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

MINJIMENDAN (REMEMBER) honors the legacy of Nīa MacKnight’s great-grandfather John B. McGillis by examining the complexities that McGillis faced as an Anishinaabe man navigating early 20th-century assimilation policies, as well as his devotion to expanding access for his people through acts of self-determination and joy.

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Moments in Time: Natural Wonders Around the World

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Some of Mother Nature’s most incredible moments are fleeting and unpredictable. Those “blink and you’ll miss it” moments are among the most special that we can experience in this life. With this collection, Tiffany Nguyen takes us on a journey alongside to capture the magical feeling of Earth’s rare moments.

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Moonsongs For Earth

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Moonsongs for Earth offers a musical exploration of a decade-long war in Nepal: the dream for a just, egalitarian society and the subsequent betrayal.

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More New York Stories

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

More New York Stories features photo essays about the city that four current students or recent alumni of SVA’s Masters in Digital Photography department created for the program’s Editorial Photography class.

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New York University Tisch School of the Arts Department of Photography & Imaging BFA Thesis Exhibition

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

The 2024 DPI BFA Thesis Exhibition presents 45 artistic thesis projects that go above and beyond traditional notions of the photograph, blurring the lines between mediums, materials, and fields of knowledge to redefine what it means to be a photographer, an artist, and a student in a constantly evolving world.

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NPPA Best of Photojournalism 2024

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

The project is a curated selection from winners of NPPA’s annual Best of Photojournalism Competition.

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Our Interconnected World

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

‘Our Interconnected World’ showcases stunning images that are not just photographs; they are windows into ecosystems, cautionary tales of human impact, and visual invitations to take action.

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Perception & Representation: Reframing “Modernity”

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

A dialogue between two independent, conceptually entwined projects, by a group of Dutch photographers and by American artist Kennedi Carter.

The Dutch photographers’ work features prominent models of color, in the style of Rembrandt and his contemporaries, to counter the erasure of non-white people throughout Dutch history. Similarly, Carter’s work brings focus to Blackness, belonging, wealth and power, through the visual style of European royalty combined with contemporary Black aesthetics.

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Perspective Playgrounds: A Journey Through Urban Illusions

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

From gravity-defying illusions to mind-bending distortions, each photograph offers a fresh perspective on the urban environment. Martin Lindner challenges us to reconsider our perceptions and embrace the boundless creativity to see the world in new and unexpected ways and redefining reality as a playground for imagination.

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Photoville Festival Stand Ins

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Step into another pair of shoes with our Photo Stand Ins! At our Photo Village, you can interact with five life-size face cutout boards showcasing the work of 5 talented photographers and illustrators. Run an NYC hot dog stand, don a suit of cans, become an illustration, and more!

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Portraits of Resilience in Red Hook

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

“Portraits of Resilience in Red Hook” is an intergenerational photo portrait initiative intertwining personal narratives and innovative technology to foster community empowerment and understanding for an intergenerational collaboration.

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RezMade: Photographs by student photographers from Our Community Record Two Eagle River School

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

RezMade is an exhibition of current work by student photographers from the all-Tribal Our Community Record Two Eagle River School, Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes, in collaboration with A VOICE-Art Vision & Outreach In Community Education

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Sara Krulwich: Onstage, and Off

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Sara Krulwich, the theater photographer for The New York Times, has created a visual encyclopedia of New York City theater. Her coverage of that world has grown as legendary as the actors and productions that she photographs.

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Sea Beach

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

SEA BEACH at Cox’s Bazar, woven from threads of childhood, family, and heritage, has been a constant presence in Ismail Ferdous’s life, embodying the rich cultural diversity of Bangladesh and serving as a gateway to both personal and communal introspection.

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Spiritually Fashionable

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

This project demonstrates how elements of culture, such as traditional religious practices and dominant notions of beauty, grooming, and embellishment, influence fashion styles.

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Square Mile

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Showcasing the significance of local stories in a global context through photographic explorations by selected members of VII Community, a program of The VII Foundation, in partnership with PhotoWings.

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Stories of Belonging | Historias de Pertenencia

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

“Stories of Belonging” explores the history of TPS (Temporary Protective Status) workers, who are fully employed, have resided and worked in the U.S. for more than 25 years, and their struggle for their rights as migrant workers and for the right to American citizenship.

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Success In Our Sights: 5 Years of Imagemaking

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Success in Our Sights: 5 Years of Imagemaking showcases work by members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County under the mentorship of Andrea Sarcos, who is creating the next generation of storytellers by empowering students to use photography to share their personal and cultural narratives.

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THANK YOU PLEASE COME AGAIN

The South Street Seaport

Thank You Please Come Again documents the culture of service stations serving as vital community hubs and gathering places across the American South.

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The Communal Heartbeat

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

The Platon-inspired project aims to honor and support school staff, fostering connections and celebrating their humanity through empathy, authenticity, and storytelling.

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The Cooling Solution

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Combining scientific research and personal stories, The Cooling Solution investigates how people from different socioeconomic backgrounds around the world adapt to rising temperatures and humidity, in the context of climate change.

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The Limitless Project

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

The Limitless Project introduces us to neurodiverse young people who help us understand, through the language of imagery, how they see the world.

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The Real and Surreal

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

The photography students’ approach in “The Real and the Surreal” strives to ignite a sense of wonder and curiosity in the hearts of all who engage with the work, hoping to spark dialogue on the transformative power of art and the endless possibilities it offers for escape, introspection, and renewal.

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The Year After A Denied Abortion

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Tennessee bans abortion in nearly all circumstances. But once the babies are here, the state provides little help. To chronicle what life truly looks like in a state whose political leaders say they are pro-life, we followed one woman for a year after she was denied an abortion for a life-threatening pregnancy.

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Through Our Eyes: Youth Photography at the BDC 2013-2023

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

The BDC Youth Photo League is a documentary photography and college success program serving middle through high school students.

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Through Their Eyes: A Generation in Focus

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Through Their Eyes: A Generation in Focus showcases emerging talent and the importance of arts education.

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Timotlakwaltis: Reclaiming Our Sustenance

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

This collection of images is a glimpse into Tekpatl’s relationship with traditional food systems and the natural world through his perspective and the teachings of others.

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Ukraine’s Stolen Children

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Thousands of young Ukrainians were separated from their parents by the Russian authorities in the early stages of the war. They are among the most forlorn victims of the invasion.

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Vivarium

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Vivarium is a series of constructed dioramas by Dutch artist Dirk Hardy. For each Episode, Hardy meticulously designs, crafts and photographs a new world in his studio, creating meaningful narratives around topics like racial profiling, gender roles, modern working conditions and more.

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Vivian Maier: Unseen Work

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Vivian Maier: Unseen Work sheds new light on Maier’s dense and unique body of work, where street scenes, sidewalk chronicles, portraits, self-portraits, and gestures depict a precise record of the socio-political changes in New York and Chicago in the 1950s.

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WAHA واحة

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

“Waha واحة” (oasis in Arabic) is a four-year photographic research project aimed at understanding the complex relationship between people, their environment, and the history of the territories they inhabit.

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We Belong: Making the Invisible visible!

The South Street Seaport

Lucia Bawot aims to shed light on the lives of Colombian women coffee farmers and pickers, challenging stereotypes and giving voice to those who have been silenced.

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We Cry In Silence

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

We Cry In Silence investigates cross-border trafficking of underage girls in South Asia for sex work and domestic servitude, and is an attempt to visibilise overlooked girls condemned to cry in silence.

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What they tried to show the world

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Gaza – through the lens of the journalists who have been killed.

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WITNESS

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

WITNESS explores the intersectional vantage point of the Black femme-identifying artist—inviting the viewer to bear witness to what they may not otherwise see on their own.

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You Huddle To Keep Warm

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

Elizar Veerman is a Moluccan-Dutch photographic artist based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Over the past years he portrayed boys and men with a history of migration as they reclaimed space.

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Your Best Shot

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza

For two decades, Flickr has been igniting creativity and providing community to photographers across the globe. The spirit of Flickr is no better showcased than by the annual Your Best Shot photo contest: so come applaud last year’s winning images with us!

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