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Posted by on Feb 22, 2019 in Instagram | No Comments

We’re thrilled to offer limited prints of ‘Headtown’ from 2018 Workspace Resident @tommykha at our STAND WITH US Benefête next Wednesday! The work is 8×10 and is $100. Get your ticket so you can also come buy this print! Link to tix in bio.
Tommy Kha is a photographer based between Brooklyn, NY and his hometown, Memphis, TN.
He is a recipient of the En Foco Photography Fellowship, the Jessie and Dolph Smith Emeritus Award, and a Magenta Foundation Flash Forward emerging photographer, as well as a former artist-in-residence at Center for Photography at Woodstock, Light Work, Fountainhead, and Baxter Street at the Camera Club of New York. In December 2015, Kha published his first monograph, A Real Imitation, through Aint-Bad. He will have his solo exhibition @baxterstccny opening May 1, 2019.

#tommykha #baxterstccny #workspaceresident2018 #standwithusbenefete2019 #photography #nyc

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Posted by on Feb 22, 2019 in Instagram | No Comments

Our 2nd Annual STAND WITH US Benefête is just 6 DAYS away! During the party, we’ll be selling limited-edition 8×10 prints, which we’ll be posting here for the next week. First up is this image ‘Sicily’ from former interim Program Coordinator and intern @finn.001
It’s not too late to get a ticket! Check the link in our bio.

Finn Jubak is a New York-born, Dallas-based artist whose practice explores the ambiguity between organic and staged instances. He recently earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Chicago, where his research centered on contemporary documentary practices in Latin America. He was a 2018 recipient of the UChicago Fine Art Fund, for which he created a self-published newspaper exploring the history and legacy of Doc Films, UChicago’s film society and the oldest student film group in the country.
#finnjubak #baxterstccny #standwithusbenefete2019 #photography #nyc

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Posted by on Feb 19, 2019 in Instagram | No Comments

2019 Visionary Honoree @joseparla’s stunning new painting, ‘Baxter St., Chinatown, New York 2019’ will be available to bid on during our STAND WITH US Benefête next Wednesday, February 27th.

DM for details, link in bio for tickets!

#baxterstccny #joséparlá #STANDWITHUSBenefete2019 #nyc

#Repost @joseparla
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Baxter Street, Chinatown,
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Our Programs

Workspace Residency

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.

Call for Curators

Open Call Emerging independent curators are invited to submit exhibition proposals on a rolling basis. 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 […]

Memberships

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 participation in our Member […]

Current Workspace Residents

Lorenzo Triburgo Lorenzo Triburgo

I confront the overlapping ideas of American identity, authenticity, and photography’s critical role in framing and constructing our understanding of reality.

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Jasmine Murrell Jasmine Murrell

I’m inspired by a more expansive portraiture of bodies marked with time, experience, story, loss, power, beauty and substance all rolled into one.

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Bahareh Khoshooee Bahareh Khoshooee

I investigate the fluidity of identity (or as Marx would put it: Gattungswesen) in relation to society. 

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Dannielle Bowman Dannielle Bowman

I use photography to abstract objects and landscapes of historical significance in an attempt to change the way those objects and landscapes are perceived. 

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