For Photoville 2017, United Photo Industries invited James Estrin and David Gonzalez, co-founders and photo editors of The New York Times Lens Blog, to nominate and curate a new set of exhibitions by emerging photographers who participated in the 2017 New York Portfolio Review. Their work will be featured outdoors on 4-foot high cubes scattered around Photoville.

The artists selected include Amr Alfiky, Kirsten Leah Bitzer, Cinthya Santos Briones, Adriana Loureiro Fernandez, Emily Macinnes, Andres Millan, Eloghosa Osunde, Charmaine Poh, Aron Simeneh, Biko Wesa, and Austin Willis.

 

The Photoville 2017 EmergiCube Initiative is made possible, in part, through the support of Focus Camera.

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A Beautiful Abstraction

Featuring: Austin Willis

Presented by United Photo Industries

A representation of my love for fine art and photography brought together, depicting how I see the world and the people around me.                                      ...
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Paraiso Perdido

Featuring: Adriana Loureiro Fernandez

Presented by United Photo Industries

"Paradise Lost" documents individual stories in Caracas, Venezuela that clash and build up to untenable violence.Featuring: Adriana Loureiro FernandezPresented by Un...
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Room

Featuring: Charmaine Poh

Presented by United Photo Industries

"Room" is a series of portraits, self-portraits and letters, exploring the turn from girlhood to womanhood.Featuring: Charmaine PohPresented by United Photo Industri...
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The New Gold

Featuring: Andres Millan

Presented by United Photo Industries

This work explores the relationship between man and his environment, generating dialogue on extinction and exploitation. Featuring: Andres MillanPresented by United...
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The Patriots Story

Featuring: Aron Simeneh

Presented by United Photo Industries

"The Patriot Story" is a portrait series that tells the rarely told stories of the living Ethiopian Patriots, who proudly fought against the Italian army during the fiv...
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