APPLICATION NOW OPEN!
Each year, BAXTER ST at CCNY invites emerging photographers living in New York City to apply for the BAXTER ST at CCNY Workspace Residency Program.
This residency offers local photographers much-needed workspace in New York City as well as access to the CCNY community and programs.
Open Call Emerging independent curators are invited to submit exhibition proposals for Fall 2017. Please note that there is a small stipend available for both curators and artists. BAXTER ST at CCNY does not provide a production budget for guest curated exhibitions. Rules: Curatorial Proposals may have up to four artists, and may not include […]
Already a Member? BAXTER ST at CCNY members can manage their account by login into Wild Apricot. Workspace Memberships Although BAXTER ST at CCNY has closed its space on 37th Street, we are pleased to announce an agreement with the International Center for Photography (ICP) whereby our members can use ICP’s darkrooms. We offer two different levels of […]
From the Blog
Milagros de la Torre is a lens-based artist whose work examines intimate representations of violence and its effects. She is currently featured in the publication After the Fact edited by Martha Naranjo Sandoval and organized by the ICP-Bard MFA Class of 2016. The following is an excerpt from the book. First, I would like to […]
Communities on the outskirts of society are at the heart of Elle Pérez’s work. We were able to talk with Elle Pérez over Skype while they were on the West Coast on assignment for The California Sunday Magazine. Groana Melendez I saw your wrestling project Raw. Did that all happen at Yale? What were you […]
Verónica Puche combines history, politics, and personal anecdotes and creates imagery reminiscent of magical realism. We met her in her Long Island City studio a few days before Colombians were called to vote on a peace deal to end fifty-two years of internal conflict. (You can read more about this here and here.) Groana Melendez Please talk […]
One of New York’s oldest arts organizations, the Camera Club (CCNY) has been a home for photographers to develop their craft, providing both a working facility and collegial environment for discussion and the exchange of ideas.
Current Workspace Residents
I use the process of image-making to create conspicuous spaces for narratives of visual analysis. My works are studies of imaged culture and the practice of making pictures.
Situated inside a photographic tradition while questioning the culture that bred that tradition, my practice walks the line between the past and the present.
I am haunted by the hegemony of language as the primary mode of meaning making and find myself in a constant scramble to realign the sensory totem.
My work aims to explore different layers and notions of identity.