Category Archives: NEW YORK

This is my photo, Esther Morais from Transparency: The Gender Identity Project, that appears in the NYC exhibition WE: AMEricans at Station Independent Projects. The 8×12″ image is printed on a 11x 14 archival glossy paper and framed in a 11×14″ white frame. The price is $500.00.   Ruben Natal-San Miguel has invited well known […]

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  Register for our first ever photo hackathon at the International Center of Photography. ICP has a long tradition of engaged photography in telling the most important stories since it was founded in 1974 by Cornell Capa. The New Media Narratives Program continues this tradition in welcoming creative visual storytellers from many disciplines and artistic […]

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Now I can spill the beans! Thanks to photo editor Rebecca Robertson for featuring my work in PDN! I can’t believe ‪#‎MartinParr‬‘s work is a project or two before mine in the publication! “In Daphne Chan’s portraits of Sasha Velour, the artist and drag queen is dressed in stylishly demure clothes that seem at odds […]

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It was a huge honour to be interviewed for the Spring ICP – International Center of Photography catalogue as they choose two artists to feature each issue a few times a year. Thank you to Elizabeth Kilroy, Suzanne Nichols and Karen Furth for the opportunity and your guidance. A special credit goes to drag activist […]

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Digital Strategies with Claudia Sohrens. Here is an inspirational artist to artist presentation. #DIS at the #MOMA called #PositiveAmbiguity artist collective pushes boundaries of the watermark. #ConchitaWurst a symbol of queer positivity and flashpoint for political tensions. Here is a short video.    

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