José A. Alvarado Jr.

A New York native, José A. Alvarado Jr. is a Puerto Rican documentary photographer, currently based in New York City. His work focuses on documenting class inequality, civic engagement, and contemporary issues in Puerto Rico and New York City. He works primarily in long-form storytelling, using visual imagery as a bridge to help raise awareness. Through his devotion to in-depth projects, he aims to spread awareness, begin discussions between members of the communities affected & their audience, and discover strategies to navigate these challenging elements in our societies.

Archive Exhibitions Featuring José A. Alvarado Jr.

Calories of Power; Comida

Bella Abzug Park
 archive : 2023

Calories of Power documents the efforts of a dedicated group of volunteers known by their community as Artists, Athletes, and Activists as they undertake a plant-based strategy to nourish communities in Manhattan & The Bronx with fresh fruit & vegetables.

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