Camera Club of New York (CCNY), co-founded in 1884 by Alfred Stieglitz, is a rare survivor among New York City arts organizations, and it is as vital now as it ever was. It is experiencing a period of dynamic renewal, and the Darkroom Residency Program is one of its recent successes. With support from the Jerome Foundation, CCNY initiated a new facet of the program in 2013: solo shows in its gallery for each Darkroom Resident. CCNY also presents guest-curated exhibitions, a lecture-series at the School of Visual Arts, an annual Zine and Self-Published Photo Book Fair, and a Conversations series, It offers classes, hosts a Guest Blog, and produces a monthly newsletter.
Camera Club of New York (CCNY) presents the work of four NYC emerging photographers chosen for its 2013 Darkroom Residency Program: Pierre Le Hors, Lijun “Pixy” Liao, Francesco Palombi, and Brea Souders.Learn More
Lynch will discuss her recent work, including the work from her book “Los Jardines de Mexico.”Learn More