When two people you highly admire come together with a dream journey down Route 66, all you can do is say "I can't wait to see their results." Jean Fruth, one of today's pre-eminent baseball photographers, and retiring National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum president, Jeff Idelson, launched Grassroots Baseball - dedicated to celebrating the amateur game.
Step into spring with three photography exhibitions at the Brooklyn Museum, opening May 3, 2019, that focus on community in New York City and around the world, as well as expanding our understanding of the 1969 Stonewall Uprising and its legacy.
To celebrate the announcement of the 2018 Feature Shoot Emerging Photography Awards, United Photo Industries is exhibiting the work of two artists, Amelie Satzger and Lauren Menzies, in a dual exhibition at the UPI Gallery beginning Thursday, April 4, 2019, with an opening reception from 6 – 8pm.
Front Room Gallery is pleased to present “Albedo Zone,” Sasha Bezzubov with an opening reception on April 5th from 7-9PM. “Albedo Zone” addresses questions of climate change through a series of black and white photographs that deal with the “Albedo effect” and will be on display through May 5, 2019.
Hasselblad is hosting a pop-up experience at its New York Experience Studio celebrating Contact High: A Visual History of Hip Hop by culture and entertainment journalist Vikki Tobak, a recently published book that documents hip hop’s key influencers over a 40 year span.
ENTRY DEADLINE EXTENDED TO MARCH 27, 2019! Here's your chance to have your photography project displayed on the wall under the Brooklyn Bridge. The FENCE is a large-scale traveling photography exhibition reaching over 8 million visitors annually through open-air exhibitions in 8 cities across North America.
Aunty! African Women in the Frame, 1890 to the present
EXTENDED TILL FEBRUARY 7, 2019....Aunty!, opening on November 15 at the United Photo Industries Gallery in DUMBO, Brooklyn, brings the historical context of the honorific through photographs from The McKinley Collection, a repository of rare, original images from the 1890s to now.
PhotoPlus Expo 2018 brings the photography world to NYC
What is the best way for photographers to promote their work? Face-to-face meetings. This is one of the advantages of attending PhotoPlus Expo from Oct. 25 – Oct. 27, 2018, at the Javits Convention Center in New York City.
"Thirty Years of Gowanus" returns to Movers, Not Shakers! pop up Green Gallery on October 20 to 21, 2018, during the Gowanus Open Studios weekend. Mark D Phillips' photographic collection documents his generational view of the Gowanus Canal from abandoned, industrial filth to the beginning of gentrification and the EPA's start to cleaning the Superfund site.
Iconic GRAMMY Award-winning entertainer Patti LaBelle will open BRIC’s 41st season with a free concert on Tuesday, June 4, 2019, to begin the annual BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival at the Prospect Park Bandshell in Park Slope.
It's looking like a great summer for movies. What are you looking forward to this year? Disney blew it with DUMBO but The Lion King and Aladdin look like winners. The ten picture saga of The Avengers comes to fruition in Avengers: Endgame and will Star Wars give us a better feeling than the last movie?
Members of the Gowanus Landmarking Coalition, PortSide New York, and community members in Red Hook and Gowanus will hold a press conference on Wednesday, March 13, 2019, opposing demolition of the historic S.W. Bowne Grain Storehouse along the Gowanus Canal, which dates to 1886.
It’s been 75-years since the skies were filled with C-47s on their way to France to begin the D-Day invasion. On Saturday, May 18, 2019, the day before they begin their journey to Europe, Brooklynites will have the opportunity to see the entire D-Day Squadron (conditions permitting) fly in formation from Oxford, CT, up the Hudson River in New York, over Manhattan Island, and around the Statue of Liberty.
The first ski World Cup race held in the United States was at Waterville Valley in 1969, with four of the six podium positions taken by American women in slalom and GS. That history is what brings the US Nationals back to the East Coast and Waterville Valley for this season and 2021.