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Featuring: Alfredo Roccia, Chase Guttman, Anthony Festa, Brian Kerls, Brut Carniollus, Daniel Clarke, Dennis Perry, Gary Migues, Jerry Golab, Orly Benun, Johannes Amkreutz, Lucio Albenga, Nicholas R, Octav Boban, Peter Guttman, Sarah Menzinger, Spencer Tunick, Swapan Mukherjee

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Your Art Gallery opens the door for photographers of all levels to monetize their passion and accelerate their careers. Photographers simply upload, describe and price their work. You Art Gallery takes care of everything else including production, shipping and handling all financial transactions between the artist and the buyer.

Our 3,000+ ‘Artists-in-Residence’ from over 98 countries enjoy a generous 90% Artist Royalty from the sale of their work, which sets potential profits above and beyond those from conventional galleries.

Shoppers can browse thousands of original photographs and works of art from around the globe to find that unique piece that speaks to them. With our partnership with Duggal Visual Solutions, our customers enjoy the finest quality art reproduction available in a variety of gallery style finishes.

What we’re exhibiting here at Photoville, is a sampling of the work from our large group of photographers across the various substrates and finishes we offer.




Presented by: Evelyn Hockstein, Mark Peterson, Ruddy Roye, Hilary Swift, and Nina Berman

Produced and Presented by United Photo Industries for Photoville

On August 11, 2017 white supremacists from around the country descended on Charlottesville, Virginia, to "Unite the Right" and protest the removal of Confederate monume...
Marisol and her boyfriend visit New York City to see the Jon Stewart show on Election night.

Newest Americans

Presented by: Ashley Gilbertson, Ron Haviv, Ed Kashi, Maciek Nabrdalik, Ruddy Roye, Gareth Smit, Julie Winokur

Presented by United Photo Industries, Talking Eyes Media, VII Photo, Rutgers University-Newark

"Newest Americans" is a storytelling project that produces films, photo essays, text and podcasts about immigration and American identity. These stories originate from...
A boat used by would-be immigrants floats upside-down after capsizing, 75 miles (121 km) south-west of Malta in this June 16, 2008 file photo. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi/Files


Presented by: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Presented by Arts Council Malta in New York

A long-term reportage on the hundreds of thousands of refugees and migrants who have attempted to cross the central Mediterranean over the past two decades, centred aro...