Photoville is a FREE outdoor photography fair in a pop-up village of shipping containers under the Brooklyn Bridge in DUMBO, Brooklyn from September 13-16 and 20-23, 2018.
7th Annual Photoville 2018
More than 600 artists, in 90 photography exhibitions in and around freight containers, will be visited by about 90,000+ people. There’s a beer garden with food.
There are interesting African and Muslim projects.
There are exhibitions inside containers and outdoor exhibitions outside.
Exhibitions Inside Containers
John Moore’s Undocumented
John Moore’s picture of a Honduran child looking up and crying while her mother is taken into custody by ICE is THE photo of the Republican administration’s inhuman family-separation policy.
Wondering how to tag an exhibition about the border, I don’t know which countries to tag. People from every part of Central and South America come through.
The Republicans suggest that people migrate because they want a bigger TV, but nobody abandons their lives for that. People run because their lives and the lives of their family members are in immediate danger.
When a gang comes for your son or daughter, you run before the sun comes up. The gangs that have taken over several Central American countries, were organized in Los Angeles jails.
It’s die or run. What would you do in that situation? Who are we to turn away and abuse people running for their lives?
ALTAR: Prayer, Ritual, Offerings
This exhibition by MFON documents the religious traditions of Africa and the African diaspora.
Attacks on the Press | Mexico
This exhibition by the Bronx Documentary Center documents the assault on the press that is currently happening in Mexico.
conSECUENCIAS / conSEQUENCES
Bats ‘i LAB explores how photography influences community life in Chiapas, Mexico.
Latin American Fotografía and Illustración 6
AI-AP presents winners of this open call exhibition.
NYC Work and Working: Photographs from the WPA Federal Writers’ Project
The NYC Department of Records is showing photos of New York City during the Great Depression taken by U.S. government photographers.
New York photographer Griselda San Martin’s exhibition is a series shot at Friendship Park, a US |||| Mexico border park with jail-like bars through which people can talk over the border. Families use it to keep in touch.
Letters from my Exile
Colombian New Yorker Miguel Valderrama explores how immigrant families deal with separation.
The Oldest Colony
Erika P. Rodriguez’ photos of Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria.
The Photoville fair is free.
The fair preview is a Photo Picnic. Tickets from $80
Brooklyn Bridge Plaza at Brooklyn Bridge Park
Water St under the Brooklyn Bridge
Photoville is next to St. Ann’s Warehouse and Jane’s Carousel.
You can walk across the Brooklyn Bridge to the staircase in DUMBO.
Wednesday, September 12: 6 pm – 9 pm United Photo Industries Gala Picnic Tickets from $80
Thursday, September 13: 4 pm – 10 pm
Friday, September 14: 4 pm – 10 pm
Saturday, September 15: 12 noon – 10 pm
Sunday, September 16: 12 noon – 9 pm
Thursday, September 20: 4 pm – 10 pm (Photoville Education Day registration)
Friday, September 21: 12 noon – 10 pm
Saturday, September 22: 12 noon – 10 pm
Sunday, September 23: 12 noon – 9 pm
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- (F) to York St
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