En Foco | Cultural Diversity in Photography


SURREAL HISTORIES
Surreal Histories features the fantastical storytelling photography of Sandra Ayala, Jeremy Dennis, and Karisha Hickman. With history as a precursor, these works feel timeless yet timely, identifying unique narratives that speak of the Native American, African American, and Latinx experiences of “America.” Click here to view.
image credit: Kay Hickman

CHANGING LANDSCAPES
Changing Landscapes, features photographs by Adela Hurtado, Anders Jones, Ignacio Soltero, and Cindy Trinh. As the title suggests, the exhibition zooms in on a diverse array of landscapes: some are literal and embedded with rich histories and memories, while others are made out of the people that inhabit them, their resilience, and everyday lives. Launching June 4, 2020.

EN FOCO 2020 FELLOWSHIP DIGITAL EXHIBITION
En Foco 2020 Fellowship Group Digital Exhibition is coming! The ten winners of this year’s fellowship will be featured in an interactive exhibition. Fellowship winners are Akshay Bhoan, Johnnie Chatman, Odette Chavez-Mayo, Luis Diaz, Roberta Dorsett & Clarissa Aponte (collaborators), Jon Henry, Antonio Johnson, Rahul Majumdar, Josefina Moran, and Betty Yu. Click here for details


CURRENT NUEVA LUZ
Nueva Luz, Vol 23.2: The Fashion Issue
En Foco, Inc. features fine art and documentary photographers of color in the Nueva Luz Fashion Issue.

Photographers: Sharry-Lynn Daniels, Jamel Shabazz, Ruben Ramirez, Ricardo E. Zulueta, Nyasia Sylvester, Kay Hickman, Kasey Rodriguez, Richard Louissaint, Esteban Abdala Torres Campo, Roselyn Grullon, Xavier Robles Armas, Vickey Charles, Young Sohn, Imani Schectman, Margeaux Lau, Dondre Stuetley, Bella Maria Varela, April Pabon, Lelanie Foster, Ceres Henry, Tanya Melendez-Escalante (Curator), Michelle McVicker (Essayist)

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