Genres Photography

3 Volumes

Briggs, Priscilla

Year Grant Awarded: 2022

The fingers of capitalism touch every aspect of our lives. This group exhibition explores our collective experience living in its grasp. The works, curated by Priscilla Briggs from submissions for an international call for art, explore themes of consumerism, social justice, and the environment. Read More

New York is Beautiful (working title, 2014)

Brown-Osborne, Tyrone

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

New York is Beautiful examines the cultural, economic and ecological challenges facing small-scale farmers and homesteaders while also exploring comparative notions about race, class and identity. Read More

When the Womb is Tender

Burton, Tasha

Year Grant Awarded: 2022

When the Womb Is Tender is a photo project about the disparate impact of uterine fibroids on the lives of Black and Latin/Hispanic women. Read More

The Big Cover Up

Bush, Diane aka Olson-Baskin, Diane

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Satirical "ImBLEACHments of political figures are incorporated into woven blankets that are then given away to Occupiers, and the homeless. These satirical portraits are photographed off the TV, printed and then splashed with household bleach. Read More

Welcome to Camp America: Inside Guantánamo Bay

Cornwall, Debi

Year Grant Awarded: 2016

A vivid and disorienting glimpse into the U.S. Naval Station in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba and its global diaspora of released men, through photographs, declassified archival material, and first-person texts. Award-winning as both fine-art book (Radius, 2017) and international exhibition. Read More

Respect the Locals

Darkeem, Dennis- RedMoon

Year Grant Awarded: 2019

Respect the locals is a Mixed-Media documentary Art Exhibit and Photo book of Bronx Local community members who have survived in the Bronx for the last 50 years, Read More


Davies, Paul Adrian

Year Grant Awarded: 2016

Parades are a celebration of cultural identity and an affirmation of what makes a community unique. New York City is home to more parades than any other place in the world, with over forty different parades held in the city each year. These parades are a testament to the city’s multi-culturalism. Read More

tracing(s) belonging(s)

Davis, Sonia Louise

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

"tracing(s) belonging(s)" is an ongoing site-specific investigation made both in and about Harlem. Using a large format view camera, I mine the public and private archive, exploring collective memory and family history. *see image credit below* Read More

Counterpoint 2010: Approximating Truth

Dempsey, Dean

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

2nd Annual West Coast Exhibition of Artists Using Photography Read More

Our Living Paast

Duffy, Timothy

Year Grant Awarded: 2016

Timothy Duffy, in partnership with the Music Maker Relief Foundation, presents Our Living Past, a photography exhibit that shines a light on little-known roots musicians and their important contributions to our culture. Read More