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Honoree Nayland Blake vogueing up to receive his award…President Michi Jigarjian and Director Libby Pratt greeting guests…and Board Member Shari Loeffler with honoree June Ambrose! #NaylandBlake #MichiJigarjian #LibbyPratt #ShariLoeffler #JuneAmbrose #artnonprofit #benefit #photography
STAND WITH US and strike a pose as we honor visionaries during an evening of scintillating vogueing performances, speciality cocktails and photo ops. With your support, we will raise funds that will directly support our ground breaking, cutting edge emerging lens-based artists through our Workspace Residency Program, exhibitions, Conversations Series, and other programming
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 2018. 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 […]
As a membership-based organization we offer a dynamic array of gallery, forum and learning center dedicated to nurturing an inclusive and diverse community of lens-based artists and people interested in photography and video. We offer both Workspace and Support level memberships with benefits that range from access to state-of-the-art facilities to discounted classes to participation […]
Current Workspace Residents
Through the framework of the self-portrait, I constantly navigate between self and otherness in my photography.
Constructed as singular moments in ongoing narratives, my work functions as a documented abstraction of daily life.
Investigating the complexities of history, memory, migration and lineage, my work strives unpack the constructions of personal and collective narratives.
I make slow images in darkrooms, photographs that occupy space, drape over frames, resist reproduction, and exist in a state self-awareness.