Incase you missed it: Photoville NYC Pics from two days ago. I am humbled to be part of Photoville with @ntvsphotograph, curated by @josue_foto and @dzalcman Featuring: Brian Adams (Inupiaq), Russel Daniels (Diné & Ho-Chunk), Jeremy Dennis (Shinnecock), Citlali Fabián (Yalalteca, Zapoteca), Kapulei Flores (Hawaiian), Kalen Goodluck (Three Affiliated Tribes & Navajo & Tsimshian), Tailyr Irvine (Confederated Salish & Kootenai), Pat Kane (Timiskaming First Nation), Yael Martínez (Nahua/Mēxihcah), Jenny Irene Miller (Inupiaq), Pamela J. Peters (Diné/Navajo), Ryan RedCorn (Osage), Josué Rivas (Mēxihcah & Otomi), Cara Romero (Chemehuevi), Camille Seaman (Shinnecock), Kali Spitzer (Kaska Dena & Jewish), Joe Whittle (Caddo & Delaware), Kiliii Yuyan (Nanai/Hezhen)Our space, How We See Ourselves, provides the following description; "Photographic depictions of Turtle Island (known to many as North America) have historically been controlled by non-native image-makers. From Edward Curtis to Jimmy Nelson, most of the past century’s documentation has routinely misrepresented, or exotically depicted the Indigenous people we see. How We See Ourselves is a group exhibition with some of the thirty members of Natives Photograph, showing a deeper and more nuanced depiction of Indigenous life. This is an inside look at the communities, families, homes, and landscapes of this continent, created by artists using their cameras to reclaim their narrative." -The show will be up at Brooklyn Bridge Plaza, from September 12-22, 2019 with workshops each day. PHOTOVILLE is New York City’s FREE premier photo destination.Produced by United Photo Industries, the annual free outdoor photo festival is a modular venue built from re-purposed shipping containers.By creating a physical platform for photographers of all stripes to come together and interact, Photoville provides a unique opportunity to engage with a diverse audience — a veritable cross-section of the world’s photographic community.