#Photoville2023 has wrapped!

After a summer of amplifying visual stories across all five boroughs, our 12th Annual Photoville Festival has officially wrapped up!


We’re proud of all the exhibitions that we presented for our 12th year, and grateful to our marquee, major, education, community, exhibition and programming partners for their support because that is what made the 2023 festival not only possible, but an undeniable success.

To the artists, who trusted us to share their courageous and thought-provoking photography with the public, we are sincerely grateful for your selfless work and voice.

We extend a thank you to our team, which includes everyone from the exhibition installation crew to the team hosting the Photo Village, to the folks who designed the exhibits and those who shared their experiences with all of you around the world.

And, last but not least, thank you, our community members, for supporting Photoville. Thank you for showing up and showing out for Opening Weekend and supporting the festival throughout the summer!


Watch this space for updates on #Photoville2024— applications and a save the date will be released before the end of this year.



Archive session Spotlight

The festival may be over, but our programming is still accessible!

We’ve got artist interviews, workshops, talks, and more, all available on our Video Archive page!

Beyond the Festival, Photoville is staying busy as ever! To learn more about our year-round activities, head over to to explore our work, from public exhibits on view around the country, to our free education resources and professional development programming.


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Artist Interview: Jen White Johnson and Knox

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Juneteenth Photo Walk with Laila Annmarie Stevens

In honor of Juneteenth, we held a special walkthrough of the Clayton Sisterhood Project exhibition in Roy Wilkins Park led by artist Laila Annmarie Stevens in conversation with photographer, Elias Williams.

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Black Women Photographers Container-side chat

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Photoville Education Field Trips: Deborah Anderson

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Youth Artist Exchange: International Center of Photography Teen Academy Imagemakers

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Photoville Education Field Trips: Brian Branch-Price

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Photoville Festival is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.


This website was made possible thanks to the generous support and partnership of Photowings