Grantee tags photography

The Fruitful Wound: Photographs of Harlem Gardens

Santella, Dennis

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

Since the summer of 2008 I have been mapping and photographing Community Gardens and lots in Harlem. Unlike buildings and storefronts, owned and constructed by others, the gardens are planned and constructed according to the whims of their members. Read More

Love Makes the World Go Round

The Artist's Path Inc.

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

A multi disciplinary project including new theatre works, dance, visual art and music all of which explore the many faces of love. Graphic created by the staff of The Daily Courier Read More

Retracing Audubon: Contemporary Landscapes

Elrick, Krista

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

Inspired by Audubon’s widely collected and revered publication Episodes and pre-civil war writings, photographer Krista Elrick reexamines his epic journey. Her landscapes highlight the environmental changes that have occurred in the 200 years. Read More

FotoEvidence Book Award Exhibit

FotoEvidence

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

The annual FotoEvidence Book Award is granted to a photogrpaher whose work demonstrates courage and commitment in the pursuit of social justice and human rights. Each fall, an annual FotoEvidence exhibit in NYC honors the winner and four finalists. Read More

Counterpoint 2010: Approximating Truth

Dempsey, Dean

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

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

[hyphen] Americans

Anderson-Staley, Keliy

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

This series of over 500 collodion tintypes portraits draws attention to the fact that images of ourselves exist within a history of images, and challenges photography's historical role in defining human difference. Read More

Everglades

Elmaleh, Lisa

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

A photographic project documenting the landscape of the Everglades. Read More

Gridlines

Benedict, Bremner

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

Gridlines images are of electrical towers and lines stretching across open spaces in the American West. These photographs unsettle the viewer’s preconceptions of reality, by revealing patterns of beauty within a subject culturally regarded as ugly. Read More

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