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October 04, 2018

Cit.i.zen.ship: reflections on rights – NYU Exhibition

I am thrilled to have some of my images from the series on Immigrant Detention included in this important exhibition at NYU. Details below.   CIT.I.ZEN.SHIP: REFLECTIONS ON RIGHTS Opening Reception, October 4th, 6pm Department of Photography & Imaging Galleries 721 Broadway Lobby & 8th floor October 4, 2018...

October 18, 2014

Interview with The Rights Exposure Project

Read an interview with Ed Kashi was featured on The Rights Exposure Project's blog in a new segment called Three Strikes. "Three Strikes is to be a regular feature where we corner practitioners and activists to ask them three questions about the use of visual media for good. To...

April 10, 2014

Where the Streets Have No Children: a Photoessay by Santiago Arcos

Featured on the NY Times Lens Blog, an intriguing photoessay by Santiago Arcos tells the story of La Cienega, a village in Ecuador that has no children. After finding this elusive town Arcos heard about on a radio broadcast, he made regular visits to photograph the desolate La Cienega where only 11 residents remain. “There...