May 4 – May 29 2016
Ella Barnes, Elisabeth Berezansky, Zachary Blomquist, Elliott Brown Jr., Rachel Cabitt, Tyler Givens, Kristian Heijkoop, Seungmin Kim, Talia Kirsh, Joann Lee, William Martin III, Kelly Morris, Nathaniel Palmer, Julia Wang, Mariana Zenteno
curator: Editha Mesina (Tisch School of the Arts, NYU)
This presentation of work from the Department of Photography and Imaging, at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, is an excerpt from the thesis exhibition of our graduating Senior Class of 2016. Our students’ work is diverse, mining ideas about race, gender, contemporary culture, global issues and the medium of photography. The creative landscape that is the Department of Photography and Imaging is an environment of fertile experimentation and collaboration; students take inspiration from the rich tradition of the history of the medium as well as work in new and emerging media. This exhibit shows our students as visually eloquent image-makers and perceptive observers, genuinely immersed in the world and culture of today.
This exhibition is in collaboration with the Department of Photography, FAMU Film School, Prague, whose photography students will be exhibiting at the Gulf and Western Gallery at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts in New York City on May 26th – July 29th.
Collaborative Exhibition Exchange Project is made possible by the Department of Photography and Imaging, NYU, with the Tisch School of the Arts Dean’s Faculty Grant.
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