Photoville 2020

Photoville 9/17-11/29/2020

We are thrilled to be presenting an outdoor banner at Photoville 2020 with excerpts from the senior thesis projects of 23 recently graduated young artists who received their BFAs from NYU Tisch Photography & Imaging in 2020.

In addition to the outdoor exhibition, the 2020 cohort of Tisch Future Imagemakers will host an online panel on October 15 for Photoville's Education Day.

Kalean! Basque Youth in the Late 2010's by Ari Adams, Love & Rage: The New Faces of Climate Activism by Anna Betts, Charrería/San Antonio by Taylor Bissey, New York Climate: 2020 by Nina Dietz, A Perfect Restraint by Rafik Greiss, Autocorrelations by Junyan Hu, In Flux by Ember Hua, Pamiętasz? (Do You Remember?) by Karolina Lajch, Look at Me/Look at You by Grace Lee, Miles Away by Wenyu Li, Nakry Nakry by Phoebe Nakry Lincoln, Dulzura (Sweetness) by Mariel Llano, Left Unsaid by Daniela Loya, No Vacancy by Katie McGowan, Dear Autism Siblings by Angelica Milagros Negron, Hello World by Sammy Ray, Chrysalis by Erica Palmieri, The In Between by Tori Schaeffer, Seven Stars by Jack Seidenberg, Jackson Heights by Ellen Shuan, Whitebox by Robin Takami, works by Katerina Voegtle, Déjà Rêvé by Mark Wei. 

The projects range from portraiture and documentaries to conceptual and experimental photo-based works, and address issues of climate change, identities, memory, cultural heritage, borders, adoption, alienation, visuality, labor, and much more.

The PHOTOVILLE Festival, New York City’s free premier photo destination, returns for a ninth year in a different way – online community and artist programming plus photo exhibitions in public spaces throughout New York City.


Curator Lorie Novak

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Photos: Jessica Bal / Photoville 2020 in Brooklyn Bridge Park

About the Exhibition - DPI @ Photoville 2020