ASMP’s New York Chapter Show

Sections from the 2015 and 2016 ASMPNY Photo Annual.

Featuring: ASMPNY photographers

Presented by

American Society of Media Photographers, New York chapter

Curated by

Julie Grahame

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This exhibition represents the New York Chapter of the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP). We are just one of 39 chapters within the oldest and largest trade organization of its kind in the US. The range of work that is presented here is a selection from the past two years of ASMPNY’s Photo Annual. Learn more about us and our members at asmp.org and findaphotographer.org.

In addition to the exhibition, curated by Julie Grahame, we will be hosting FREE portfolio reviews for the public. This will be on a first-come-first served basis with a sign-up sheet available on the day of the reviews. Stay tuned for additional details!

ORGANIZATION BIO

Since 1944, ASMP’s mission has been to create sustainable information, advocacy and communication systems to empower and educate still and motion photographers, as well as associated imaging professionals. ASMPNY is the largest chapter of the largest photo organization, with a highly talented group of professionals. We offer educational seminars, portfolio reviews, and vendor discounts through numerous professional partnerships.

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