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Exhibitions
Ruben Natal–San Miguel: NYC: Concrete Jungle at Washington Heights NYPL, April 28 – June 18, 2014.
New Works #18 Announced!
The 18th annual New Works Photography Fellowship Awards call for entry is live, and will be juried by Danielle Jackson, from the Bronx Documentary Center! Deadline: July 7. For details, click HERE .
Blog
About the Image: Susana Raab (posted 2/24/14).
Member Highlight: Michael Sibilia (posted 10/24/13).
En Foco/In Focus Book Available
En Foco/In Focus, highlights work by four generations of Latino, African, Asian and Native American photographers from around the U.S., from En Foco's Permanent Collection. Own this unique book and help ensure Latinos and other photographers of color are included in this country's artistic history.
Inside News
Photographer Alejandra Regalado is interviewed by Telemundo about her En Foco exhibition, along with En Foco's Dee Campos at Pregones Theatre. (11/20/13).
The Nueva Luz issue on Guyanese women photographers (17#3), is featured on the Marc Steiner show with photographer Keisha Scarville, Grace Aneiza Ali and En Foco's Miriam Romais. Listen to it HERE (10/30/13)
New Works #16 awardees featured in CultureStrike magazine Looking Back, by Michelle Chen (8/23/13).
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