Photography Reviews & Events

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When I Grow Up showcases the work of photographers Vincent Tremeau and Meredith Hutchison at the corner of Washington St. & Prospect St. in DUMBO

When I Grow Up

It is the final week for the outdoor photographic exhibit, When I Grow Up, in DUMBO at the corner of corner of Washington Street & Prospect Street.

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360° immersive technology is here and it is one of the hits of the show.

360° Immersive Technology is Here

Movement -- that seems to be the underlying theme in this year's Photoplus Expo 2016 at the Javits Center.

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Justyna Mielnikiewicz was awarded the 2016 grant in humanistic photography from The W. Eugene Smith Fund for her project, A Diverging Frontier: Russia and its Neighbors, during the foundation’s 37th annual awards ceremony at the SVA Theater in New York City on Thursday, October 13, 2016.

W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund presents 2016 grants

Justyna Mielnikiewicz was awarded the 2016 grant in humanistic photography from The W.

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Honoring the most innovative products from the past year, second annual Lucie Technical Awards,  and providing a sneak peek at future innovations, Test Drive Product Preview + Networking, is how PhotoPlus will kick-off its annual expo at the Jacob Javits Center on Wednesday, October 19, 2016.

Lucie Technical Awards in Photography

Honoring the most innovative products from the past year, second annual Lucie Technical Awards,  and providing a sneak peek at future innovations, Test Drive Product Previe

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Ieva Epnere's Sea of Living Memories and Janet Borden, Inc.’s inaugural exhibition are two of DUMBO's October 2016 shows.

The Galleries of DUMBO present Great Photography in October

With everything from Ieva Epnere's Sea of Living Memories, Janet Borden, Inc.’s inaugural exhibition at their new space, and Smack Mellon presenting Ghost of a Dream’s latest insta

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News & Stories

Legendary Gleason's Gym Debuts in New DUMBO Home
Brooklyn Heights, DUMBO, Beyond South Brooklyn

Eighty years after it was founded in the heart of the Bronx, The Hub at 149th St. and Third Ave., and three decades after arriving in Brooklyn, Gleason’s Gym is thriving in new quarters in the shadow of the Manhattan Bridge.

Tabla Rasa Gallery presents BROOKLYN BEFORE, an exhibit of 18 South Brooklyn photographs from the 126 images in Larry Racioppo’s new book of the same name.
Park Slope, Red Hook, Beyond South Brooklyn

Tabla Rasa Gallery presents BROOKLYN BEFORE, an exhibit of 18 South Brooklyn photographs from the 126 images in Larry Racioppo’s new book of the same name. The exhibition opens Saturday, September, 29, 2018, with a reception from 3:00 pm until 5:00 pm.

Brooklyn Museum presents Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power
Park Slope, Beyond South Brooklyn

Featuring over 150 works by more than 60 artists, Brooklyn Museum presents Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power offering a sweeping view of the remarkable art made by Black artists during one of the most crucial periods in American history.

The seventh edition of Photoville officially opens to the public today, September 13, 2018
Brooklyn Heights, Cobble Hill, DUMBO, Beyond South Brooklyn

The seventh edition of Photoville, which officially opens to the public today, September 13, 2018,  includes some heartrending looks into the Refugee experience and spectacular photography within shipping container galleries under the Brooklyn Bridge.

Beyond Brooklyn

Harry Potter: A History of Magic has taken over Manhattan, coming to rest at the New-York Historical Society from October 5, 2018, to January 27, 2019.

Harry Potter: A History of Magic has taken over Manhattan, coming to rest at the New-York Historical Society from 

Hadley McCall Thackston brings her timeless brand of Southern folk to the East Village

Hadley McCall Thackston is someone I have known since almost the day she was born and now she is a singer of acclaim and bringing her unique talent to the Rockwood Music Hall in the East Village on Saturday, October 6, 2018. Hadley’s upbringing in a house where her parents were in the arts and “total music heads” had her immersed in music all her life.