pierre1Selections from the CCNY Darkroom Residency Program 2013

Featuring:
Pierre Le Hors
Pixy Yijun Liao
Francesco Palombi
Brea Souders

September 19 – 29, 2013
Photoville
Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn

More info about the exhibition below.

CCNY at the Photoville Book Tent
Organized by Lindsey Castillo
Saturday, September 21, 4–8pm

Featured artists: Arts and Sciences Projects, Caroline Snow, Colette Fu, Dana Smith, Erik van der Weijde, Fryd Frydendahl, Grant Willing, Jerry Vezzuso, Lindsey Castillo, Matt Sidella, Marshall Weber, Mike Spears, Natalie Beall, Nowork, Pierre Le Hors, Stephen Dupont, Steve Nishimoto and Tuomas Korpijaakko.

The Camera Club of New York showcases a small presentation of a curated selection of photography books & zines, curated by Lindsey Castillo and  based on the theme of New York; be it conceptual or place of residence.

About Photoville

PHOTOVILLE, the Brooklyn-based pop up photo destination built from freight containers transformed into exhibition spaces, opens up its photo village gates for two weekends of photo-filled festivities including exhibitions, lectures, hands-on workshops, night-time projections all around a delicious beer and food garden.

Free admission. (Suggested donation: $3)

About CCNY Darkroom Residency Program 2013 show

Camera Club of New York (CCNY) presents the work of four New York City-based emerging photographers chosen for its 2013 Darkroom Residency Program: Pierre Le Hors, Pixy Yijun Liao, Francesco Palombi, and Brea Souders. Each artist will have a solo show in CCNY’s gallery in the coming year. Selected by a jury, they were chosen to do workspace residencies, based on their exceptional work.

Born in France in 1981, Pierre Le Hors graduated from the ICP-Bard MFA Program in 2010. His book Firework Studies was published by Hassla in 2011, and his work was recently included in the exhibition Vague Storytelling at CCNY. An upcoming zine published by Dashwood Books, Byways & Through Lines, is due out in early 2013. Pierre lives and works in Brooklyn.

Born and raised in Shanghai, Pixy Yijun Liao is a fine art photographer currently living in Brooklyn, NY. Liao’s photographs have been exhibited internationally, including solo shows at Adam Shaw Gallery (Memphis, TN) in 2008 and Chinese American Art Council (New York, NY) in 2011. Liao received the En Foco New Works Award in 2012, and has won spots in Magenta’s Flash Forward – Emerging Photographers 2011, CPW’s Photography Now 2009, and Hey, Hot Shot in 2008. Liao was also a Honorable Mention of New York Photo Festival Awards 2009 and a finalist of ITS#10 Photo Award (Trieste, Italy). She had a studio residency at Lower Manhattan Cultural Council in 2012, and has been a resident artist at Woodstock AIR program in 2010. She was recently (Sept 2013) featured in Photography Magazine’s “Portfolio” section by Elisabeth Biondi. Liao holds a MFA in photography from University of Memphis.

Born in 1991, Francesco Palombi is an artist from Rome, Italy. After moving to New York, Palombi attended the General Studies Program at the International Center of Photography in 2012. The process of printing in the darkroom embraces his ideas and plays a critical role in his work. Palombi currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

Brea Souders is an artist from Baltimore, Maryland and based in New York City. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and festivals internationally, including 25CPW Gallery, Abrons Arts Center, The Camera Club of New York and the Center for Photography at Woodstock in New York, the Hyères International Festival of Photography & Fashion, France, Camera16 Contemporary Art, Milan and the Singapore International Photography Festival. She has received a Jean and Louis Dreyfus Foundation fellowship at the Millay Colony of the Arts and a Women in Photography/LTI-Lightside Kodak materials grant. Souders’ work has been featured in New York Magazine, Vice, Dear Dave, Real Simple, Conveyor and Creative Review.

Entering its 8th year, the CCNY Darkroom Residency Program provides participating artists with three (3) months of free access to CCNY’s darkrooms, digital work stations, and shooting studio. The CCNY Darkroom Residency Program is made possible by generous support from Fujifilm; Kodak; public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council; the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; Foundation for Contemporary Arts; and The Jerome Foundation.