Post Tagged with: "Bronx Documentary Center"

Photographer Zun Lee. (Photo by Julius Constantine Motal via The Riverdale Press)

In the Bronx, Images of Black Fatherhood

African American, Black, Bronx, Culture February 21, 2018 at 2:32 pm

The Riverdale Press visits an exhibit at the Bronx Documentary Center on Black fatherhood, and speaks with photographer Zun Lee.

“Mother and Child,” an image that will be part of the Claremont Illuminated project. (Photo: Adeline Lulo, courtesy of Bronx Photo League, via Next City)

‘Claremont Illuminated’ Brings Public Art to the S. Bronx

Bronx, Culture February 5, 2018 at 3:13 pm

A public art project, “Claremont Illuminated,” will project images onto walls in the South Bronx neighborhood this summer, Next City reports.

Photographer Joseph Rodriguez

‘El Barrio in the ’80s’ on View in the Bronx

Culture, Latino, Manhattan December 11, 2017 at 4:28 pm

Now on display in the South Bronx, Kodachrome images from acclaimed photographer and Brooklyn native Joseph Rodriguez depict the everyday lives of El Barrio residents in the 1980s, reports Mott Haven Herald.

(Photo by David Gonzalez via The Hunts Point Express)

Remembering Barrios in the South Bronx

Bronx, Culture December 17, 2015 at 2:58 pm

Images of the South Bronx in the 70s and 80s are among the examples of “Barrios” on display at the King Juan Carlos 1 Center of Spain, reports the Hunts Point Express.

Visitors take in an exhibit and hear Immigrants tell their stories at the Bronx Documentary Center on Nov. 21. (Photo by Christina Thornell via Mott Haven Herald)

Immigrant Stories at Bronx Documentary Center

Bronx, Immigration November 30, 2015 at 5:15 pm

A diverse group of immigrants from Mali to Mexico told stories of loss and determination to an audience at the Bronx Documentary Center, reports Mott Haven Herald.

A patron views footage on a screen at the New Documents exhibit at the Bronx Documentary Center. (Photo By Samali Bikangaga via Mott Haven Herald)

Citizen Journalism on Exhibit in the South Bronx

Bronx, Criminal Justice August 11, 2016 at 11:10 am

“New Documents,” on display at the Bronx Documentary Center, features photos and videos from around the world captured by eyewitnesses to expose injustice, reports Mott Haven Herald.

Former rival gang members put bygones behind them at a Bronx Documentary Center film screening on June 30. (Photo by Annie Nova via Mott Haven Herald)

‘Rubble Kings’ Film Profiles Bronx Gangs of ’60s

Bronx, History, Latino July 2, 2015 at 12:06 pm

The documentary “Rubble Kings,” shown recently in the Bronx, drew a strong response from audience members, reports Mott Haven Herald.

Dressed up for Halloween (Photo by Alejandro Cartagena via Mott Haven Herald)

Mexico Through Different Lenses

Bronx, Culture, Mexican November 24, 2014 at 3:40 pm

An exhibition of Mexican photographers at the Bronx Documentary Center shows the many facets to life in Mexico, reports Mott Haven Herald.

The ‘Destruction of a Community’ Thru Another Lens

The ‘Destruction of a Community’ Thru Another Lens

Bronx, Culture, Featured Posts, Latino, Voices' Picks March 6, 2013 at 3:04 pm

The “Seis Del Sur: Dispatches from Home by Six Nuyorican Photographers” exhibit in the Bronx features work by Ricky Flores, who spoke with Voices of NY. Photography let him figure out his identity as a Puerto Rican, and capture a side of the South Bronx invisible to the mainstream media.