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MPB

MPB transforms the way that people buy, sell and trade photo and video gear. As the largest global platform for used photography and videography equipment, MPB is a destination for everyone, whether you’ve just discovered your passion for visual storytelling or you’re already a pro.

Founded by Matt Barker in 2011, MPB has always been committed to making gear more accessible and affordable, and helping to visualize a more sustainable future. MPB recirculates more than 485,000 used products every year, extending the life and creative potential of photo and video equipment for creators around the world.

Headquartered in the creative communities of Brooklyn, Brighton and Berlin, the MPB team includes trained camera experts and seasoned photographers and videographers who bring their passion to work every day to deliver outstanding service.

Archive Exhibitions Supported by MPB

Our Black Experience: Stories from Black Women Photographers

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza
 archive : 2023

Explore Black femininity through the lens of four Black Women photographers. We invite you into a black woman’s home while you view photographs of the Our Black Experience.

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The Brooklyn Connection

Lefferts House, Prospect Park
 archive : 2022

Presented by Photoville, Prospect Park Alliance and NYC Parks

Sponsored by MPB

All formulated by their connection to Brooklyn, each artist’s work is a beautiful well-mixed mosaic.

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Through A Circular Lens

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Empire Fulton Ferry Lawn
 archive : 2021
From Los Angeles to New York City, this exhibition (shot on used photo kits) explores the connection between people and the world we live in—how the “take-make-waste” linear economy impacts that connection, and how nature can inspire us to shift towards circularity.
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Archive Sessions and Events Supported by MPB

Jul 282022

The Brooklyn Connection artist talk

Join us for an exploration and discussion of work from the incredible photographers selected by curator Jamel Shabazz to be part of The Brooklyn Connection exhibition.

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