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  • Wednesday, September 13 - Sunday, September 24

  • Brooklyn Bridge Plaza, Water Street at New Dock Street, Brooklyn, NY

  • Free and open to the public

  • Closed from Monday, September 18 - Wednesday, September 20

BFA Photography and Video and MPS Digital Photography present exhibitions of work at Photovillethe annual photography show housed in shipping containers located in DUMBO’s Brooklyn Bridge Park. 

BFA Photography and Video's exhibition features work by its class of 2017, curated by department chair Stephen Frailey. The recent graduates' work exemplifies the diversity of photography as a medium and the practice cultivated by the department. Participating artists include Valeria Alonzo, Sophie Brill, Sam Clarke, Nicholas Drew, Stephanie Escobar, Eui-Jip Hwang, Jason Isolini, Nicole Maroon, Ramon Martinez, Quinn Torrens, Anthony Urrea and Ana Zinn

MPS Digital Photography's exhibition is a celebration of its 10th year of educating and inspiring photographers from all around the world. To mark this important milestone, the work of one graduate from each year is featured, which will highlight the diversity, quality and inquisitiveness of today’s contemporary fashion, fine art, editorial and portrait photographers. To enrich the exhibit, SVA faculty, staff, alumni and exhibiting artists will give presentations to share creative insights and foster dynamic exchange. Featured alumni: Allen Furbeck (2008), Hye-Ryoung Min (2009), Yulia Gorbachenko (2010), Bojune Kwon (2011), Christopher Borrok (2012), Masha Ermak (2013), Won Kim (2014), Kathryn Mussellem (2015), Nichole Washington (2016) and Kent Meister (2017).

Photoville is open from Wednesday, September 13, until Sunday, September 17, and Thursday, September 21, until Sunday, Septebmer 24. It will be closed Monday, September 18, through Wednesday, September 20.

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