Monday, May 11, 2009


I am really looking forward attending the NY Photo Festival this year. The goal of the New York Photo Festival is to document the future of photography in all its forms. A group of internationally-respected curators will deliver their personal vision of the newest and most important trends in contemporary photography, each exhibited in their own pavilion and promising to draw the attention of the entire photographic community.

Last year in its debut the NY Photo Festival made quite a splash and excitement in the Art community. There was a lot of new techniques, a fresh approach, new vocabulary and talent shown, providing the most emerging photography of the moment. To me that is what makes a festival successful. Make sure to be part of the festival, visiting DUMBO , enjoying also the beauty of the neighborhood and the stunning city views that its surroundings provide.I you see me, say hello.I will be there every day covering the NY Photo Festival.

See you there!

Also  The Aperture Foundation is affiliated with the NY Photo Festival and has a series of events listed below:

“Aperture Presents” Panel Discussions:

“Artist-Publisher: Mass Produced for Mass Dissemination”
Thursday, May 14, 5–6 pm

“The Edge of Vision: Abstraction in Contemporary Photography”
Friday, May 15, 5–6 pm

“Cuddle (with Bill Hunt)”
Saturday, May 16, 5–6 pm

“Photography After Frank, A Conversation Between Philip Gefter and Andy Grundberg
Sunday, May 17, 5–6 pm

Free with Festival Admission

St. Ann's Warehouse
38 Water Street
Brooklyn, New York
(718) 254-8779

Party and Book Signing at powerHouse arena with Aperture artists:
Thursday, May 14, 9:00 pm

New York Photo Festival Headquarters
37 Main Street
Brooklyn, New York
(347) 853-7447

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