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En Foco is proud to announce release of the newest issue of Nueva Luz, Vol 22.2: The Queer Issue, chronicling the the photography of queer artists of color, and engaging with contemporary ideas of queerness.

The issue features the works of Mickalene ThomasKa-ManTseDerick WhitsonMaría José, and Gabriel Martinez.

The issue was curated by En Foco’s Artist Director, Oscar Justin Rivera and includes a profile on prolific documentary photographer Luis Carle, and an OP-ED article by Stephanie Lindquist, Director of BronxArtSpace.

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Nueva Luz is an ongoing art publication that continues to address social and cultural issues at the fore of photography,  with a particular emphasis on narratives from artists of color, Nueva Luz was founded as a venture of En Foco in 1985. From its inception, the publication’s mission was to advance the professional status of contemporary photographers of diverse backgrounds and cultures. Each issue contains images from important photographers and essays from writers, artists, and critics, serving as a record of cultural trailblazers who helped to establish a much-needed narrative about artists of color working in the discipline of photography.

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Past Issues

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Nueva Luz Vol 22.1: Special 2018 Fellowship Issue featuring the works of 10 New York based artists: Alexis Ruiseco-LomberaAntonio PulgarinGiancarlo ValentineHidemi TagakiJonathan GardenhireLaylah Amatullah Barrayn, Rhynna M. Santos, Tau Battice, and Yu-Chen Chiu. Curated by Eva Mayhabal Davis.


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Nueva Luz Vol 21.2: Special Mentor Issue dedicated to the work of Jamel Shabazz, curated by Noelle Flores-Theard. Released November 2017.

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Nueva Luz Vol 21.1: Special 2017 Fellowship Edition featuring the work of 10 New York-based artists: Byron SmithCinthya Santos-BrionesDaesha Dévon HarrisDaniel MartinezErika Morillo, Jon Santiago, Lisa DuBoisNichole WashingtonRhea Karam, and Santana Copeland who were awarded the 2017 En Foco Photography Fellowship.