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Translucent Tethers
En Foco Photography Fellowship Exhibition

06/13/2024 - 07/24/2024

WALLWORKS NEW YORK TO HOST EN FOCO FOR THEIR ANNUAL FELLOWSHIP EXHIBITION!

BRONX, NEW YORK - WALLWORKS NEW YORK opens its doors and walls for a third time to photography non-profit En Foco to help honor their 2024 Fellowship cohort!

 

En Foco is thrilled to announce the opening of Translucent Tethers: 2024 Fellowship Exhibition, featuring the work of ten early-career photographers of color selected for the prestigious En Foco Photography Fellowship, now in its ninth year. The exhibition will showcase the exceptional work of Cali M. Banks, Jordana Bermúdez, Avijit Halder, Oji Haynes, Andrew Kung, Shina Peng, Sharon Miller, Lieh Sugai, Jennifer Teresa Villanueva, and Chen Xiangyun. Curated by interdisciplinary visual artist Tyrone Santana Copeland.

Exhibition Dates:

June 13, 2024 – July 24, 2024

 

Gallery hours:

Wednesday - Friday, 11AM - 4PM | weekends by appointment only here

for additional hours, contact En Foco here

ABOUT EN FOCO

En Foco, Inc. is a non-profit that supports U.S.-based photographers of African, Asian, Latino, Native American, and Pacific Islander heritage.

Founded in 1974, En Foco makes their work visible to the art world, yet remains accessible to under-served communities. Through exhibitions, workshops, events, and publications, it provides professional recognition, honoraria, and assistance to photographers as they grow into different stages of their careers.

En Foco has been empowering photographers of color across generations for over fifty years by supporting the growth and preservation of the culture and legacy of diasporic lens-based artists. As an intentionally accessible organization, we believe in the strength of the collective as a source of creativity.

En Foco has built a continually growing archive that is unique, viable, and a major resource for artists. The En Foco archives and Nueva Luz Study Center have broadened our understanding of American art by demanding the inclusion of our vast communities of diverse artists who have helped shape the landscape of arts and culture. Our legacy as a cultural platform and safe space has fostered our community of artists, providing professional and educational opportunities and bringing them to the public through our artist grants, exhibitions, archives, and Nueva Luz publication.

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