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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...

January 23, 2018

Newest Americans Issue 06 launch

Newest Americans will release it’s long anticipated Issue 06 this coming Tuesday, January 23rd! Stay tuned for new and updated stories about arrivals to the United States, immigrant detention, family reunification, and more. The new issue will feature photo, audio, video, and essays; including our series on Immigrant Detention featuring...

September 10, 2015

EverydayClimateChange

EverydayClimateChange will present an exhibition curated by James Whitlow Delano at Photoville from september 10th- the 20th, 2015.  This exhibition will feature images from the @everydayclimatechange Instagram feed which displays the work of photographers from 6 continents documenting climate change on 7 continents. The exhibition will take place in...

August 26, 2015

Support “Everyday Climate Change” at Photoville

“Photoville has invited EverydayClimateChange (@everydayclimatechange) Instagram feed to exhibit this year at its all-free admission photo festival this year in September!  During the festival, EverydayClimateChange founder, James Whitlow Delano, will join a panel discussion at Photoville to talk about climate change.  We would like you to partner with us...

July 24, 2014

THE FENCE: Atlanta

Ed Kashi’s iPhone grid series, “Streets” was selected to be part of THE FENCE 2014 exhibitions in both Brooklyn and Atlanta. Printed on 1000 feet of photographic mesh, THE FENCE is a growing photographic installation curated to represent the work of 40 photographers.

June 25, 2014

Photoville’s THE FENCE

ast week, Photoville's third annual exhibition of THE FENCE, opened in Brooklyn Bridge Park, NY. Printed on 1000 feet of photographic mesh, THE FENCE is a growing photographic installation curated to represent the work of 40 photographers, including Ed Kashi's iPhone grid series in the "Streets" section.

June 18, 2014

THE FENCE: Brooklyn

Ed Kashi’s iPhone grid series, “Streets” was selected to be part of THE FENCE 2014 exhibitions in both Brooklyn and Atlanta. Printed on 1000 feet of photographic mesh, THE FENCE is a growing photographic installation curated to represent the work of 40 photographers.

September 12, 2013

Bring It to The Table at PHOTOVILLE 2013

PHOTOVILLE is a Brooklyn-based pop-up photography destination. The annual event hosts workshops, talks, panels, and exhibitions from transformed freight containers. The unique multi-day program features tons of great educational and fun presentations. At this year’s PHOTOVILLE, Talking Eyes Media‘s Julie Winokur will be presenting Bring It to The Table....

see PHOTOVILLE, hear ED!

The innaugural PHOTOVILLE, part county fair, part photo festival, whose centerpiece is over 30 shipping containers of exhibition space showcasing international and local talent is almost here. Containers Include Magnum Foundation, Open Society Institute, Photo District News, The New York Times, Bruce Gilden, Brenda Ann Kenneally, Stephen Dupont, Noorderlicht Photography, Amy...

June 18, 2012