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Posts Tagged ‘International Center of Photography’

Coming of Age in the South Bronx

Posted by on August 5, 2016 | Photographer Interviews

Photo © Sarah Blesener
Photo © Sarah Blesener

For six months, photographer Sarah Blesener spent her free time with a group of six boys from the South Bronx, photographing them in their neighborhood of Mott Haven. Blesener met the boys through the older cousin of one of the boys, Chavier, and she says: “For some reason, Chavier invited me into his world.” She adds:... More

Meet MahaLena, New York Fashion Photography Duo

Posted by on July 22, 2016 | Photographer Interviews

MahaLena is the collaboration of photographers Maha Al Asaker and Maddalena Arcelloni, and their portfolio shows a range of fashion and beauty work, from sleek menswear images to vivid, punchy accessory shoots. At the recent Career Day portfolio reviews at International Center of Photography, I had the pleasure of meeting them and reviewing their book. While... More

Bella Egan’s “Between What Was and What Is”

Posted by on July 20, 2016 | Student Photography

Photography can be therapeutic for the person behind the camera, but photographer Bella Egan also discovered her camera could be used to improve relationships within her family. When she started shooting the work for “Between What Was and What Is”—her final project at International Center of Photography, where we met for a portfolio review—Egan was apprehensive. She... More

Redefining Family: Mamie Heldman’s “Together, Us.”

Posted by on July 11, 2016 | Student Photography

What constitutes a family? In Mamie Heldman‘s series “Together, Us,” the Brooklyn-based photographer takes pictures of people who have formed interpersonal bonds through shared experiences, commonality, and romantic relationships. She writes: “As young adults emerge into the world and move away from the various forms of community that have defined their sense of belonging, there is an intuitive... More

Invisible Matriarchs: Cinthya Santos Briones’ “Abuelas” Series

Posted by on July 7, 2016 | Student Photography

The International Center of Photography in New York City recently held their annual Career Day for students, and PDNedu and PDN editors attended to review portfolios. I’ll be sharing some work here that we reviewed. Cinthya Santos Briones is a documentary photographer who splits her time between New York City and Mexico, and whose work tells the stories of... More