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THE NEW YORK PHOTO FESTIVAL
© Marc Garanger
Marc Garanger, honored with the festival’s Lifetime Achievement Award

THE NEW YORK PHOTO FESTIVAL

Eleanor Antin » Christoph Bangert » Christoph Bangert » Jeff Bark » Morton Bartlett » Adam Bartos » Linus Bill » Lucas Blalock » Marcus Bleasdale » Sergey Bratkov » Harry Callahan » Michal Chelbin » Marco Citron » Robbie Cooper » Sharon Core » Luc Courchesne » Raphaël Dallaporta » Carl de Keyzer » Desiree Dolron » Tina Enghoff » Robert Frank » Sally Gall » Marc Garanger » Balázs Gárdi » Naoya Hatakeyama » Bill Jacobson » Ina Jang » Osamu Kanemura » Ken Kitano » Paul Kooiker » Eva-Fiore Kovacovsky » Jeroen Kramer » Antonin Kratochvil » Richard Learoyd » Renato Leotta » Laura Letinsky » Thomas Mailaender » Alexandre Maubert » Andrea Modica » Daido Moriyama » Christopher Morris » Richard Mosse » Seamus Murphy » Yamini Nayar » Gwon Osang » Louie Palu » René Peña » Miguel Rio Branco » Moises Saman » Asha Schechter » Joachim Schmid » Paul Seawright » Lieko Shiga » Claudia Sola » Mike + Doug Starn » Joel Sternfeld » Jiro Takamatsu » Hank Willis Thomas » Ruth van Beek » Ad van Denderen » Ed van der Elsken » Deborah Willis » Michael Wolf »

Exhibition: 12 May – 16 May 2010

New York Photo Festival

37 Main Street
NY 11201 New York

NYPH New York Photo Festival

37 Main Street
NY 11201 New York

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www.nyph.at

THE NEW YORK PHOTO FESTIVAL
C-Prints, mixed media
© Osang Gwon

NYPH'10 "NYC is the melting pot, the metropolis of the world, and therefore the most natural location for a festival with a mission to bring together global talent that is both timely and critical." — Jody Quon, curator, NYPH'09 The New York Photo Festival is pleased to announce—after a very successful and critically acclaimed recession-year festival edition in 2009, and its splendid 2008 debut—the festival curators and exhibition dates for 2010. New York City's premier photography festival will take place May 12-16, 2010; the main festival sites will return to the Brooklyn waterfront community of DUMBO for the third straight year, and the festival will also expand its programming and pre-festival activities, for the first time, into other parts of the city. Dedicated to the mission of pushing the boundaries of contemporary photography and showcasing ideas of our collective photographic future, the New York Photo Festival and its organizers and co-founders Daniel Power and Frank Evers will be forging down this path once more: NYPH'10 will feature the personal visions of curators Vince Aletti, Erik Kessels, Fred Ritchin, and Lou Reed as they take hold of the many indoor and outdoor sites in the formerly industrial neighborhood. NYPH'10 will also see new initiatives in programming, including later and extended exhibition hours; reduced fare and open attendance hours for the public; special New York Photo Awards featured presentations; and expanded site programming.

THE NEW YORK PHOTO FESTIVAL
© Linus Bill
THE NEW YORK PHOTO FESTIVAL
Michal Chelbin
Dasha and Oxana, Russia 2004
from Strangley Familia BW2
© Michael Chelbin
THE NEW YORK PHOTO FESTIVAL
Hank Willis Thomas
Black Power, 2008
© Hank Willis Thomas
Courtesy Aperture Foundation