Exhibition : Visual stories exploring global themes at the Bronx documentary CenterSeventeen countries from around the globe. Five timely themes: Undocumented immigrants, rising rage in Europe, discrimination against Roma people, abducted Nigerian schoolgirls, the power of religion and faith.
The Bronx Documentary Center will host an exhibition of the winners of Social Documentary Network’s Call for Entries on “Visual Stories Exploring Global Themes” from May 22-June 7. The winning photographers include: Paolo Marchetti (Fever: The Awakening of European Fascism), Aake Ericson (Racism Against Roma People),), Michelle Frankfurter (Destino),Glenna Gordon (Abducted Nigerian Schoolgirls) and Jordi Pizarro Torrell (The Believers Project).
A panel of judges selected the five winners out of 100 entries. Judges included: Felicia Anastasia, Founder and Director of Anastasia Photo Gallery,...
Opening Reception March 16. Members' hour 2 - 3 p.m. Public opening 3 - 5 p.m.
Recent work on immigration and global human migration by:
Kadir van Lohuizen
Jose Antonio Vargas
And featuring turn-of-the-twentieth-century immigration photographs by Alice Austen (1866-1952).