At Photoville 2017
The doors open at Photoville on Wednesday, September 13! We’re proud to be presenting “The Blood and the Rain” by grantees Yael Martínez and Orlando Velázquez. The artists will be onsite from their home of Guerrero, Mexico, where they’ve been exploring indigenous spiritual practices by merging photographs and traditional engraving-style drawings.
We’re so excited to also see a number of our other grantees and fellows, across all of our programs, represented at this year’s Photoville in containers, installations, and features! Keep your eyes out for:
Am I What You’re Looking For?
Featuring Magnum Foundation Fund grantee Endia Beal
China Through Chinese Eyes
Featuring Photography and Social Justice grantees Yuyang Liu and Zhou Na
Featuring Burn Magazine Emerging Photographer Fund recipient Annie Flanagan, Inge Morath Awardee Danielle Villasana and finalist Gabriella Demczuk, Arab Documentary Photography Program grantee Tasneem Alsultan, and Magnum Foundation fellow Sara Hylton
The Millennium Villages Project
Featuring Photography and Social Justice Program mentor Ed Kashi and Magnum Foundation Fund grantee Danny Wilcox Frazier
Featuring Photography and Social Justice Program mentor Ed Kashi
PDN’s 30 2017: Our Choice of New and Emerging Photographers to Watch
Featuring Arab Documentary Photography Program grantee Tasneem Alsultan, Photography and Social Justice fellows Xyza Bacani and Yuyang Liu, Magnum Foundation Fund grantee Yael Martínez, and Inge Morath Awardee Daniella Zalcman
Featuring Photography and Social Justice fellow Yu Yu Myint Than
Life on Arctic’s Edge
Featuring Evgenia Arbugaeva