Wallis Annenberg has announced that the Photo Space will not be re-opening. Read her letter of appreciation on the closing of a chapter in Los Angeles.
Family interviewed by photographer Brandon Stanton as part of his Humans of New York blog series on refugees as they arrive in the US for resettlement.
Apr 23, 2016 - Aug 21, 2016
New Americans shows the prevailing hope and strength of today’s refugees from across the globe. Opening in conjunction with our REFUGEE exhibit on April 23, this new installation features a collection of stories on refugees who have successfully resettled in the United States to start a new life through the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program.
View Humans of New York’s compelling photo series of Syrian refugees recently accepted for resettlement in the U.S. Experience New Californians, featuring inspirational audio recordings, photographs and short films told by newly resettled refugees to California. Follow a Congolese family through their first year as new residents of Rochester, NY in Sarah Ann Jump’s engaging multimedia project, New Roots. Also, explore the refugee crisis with The Refugee Project, an interactive visual narrative created from 40 years of data from UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and the UN. Finally, immerse yourself in the exhibition’s themes and statements within The illumiNATION Experience, an interactive light installation exclusively at Skylight Studios.
Sarah Ann Jump created “New Roots,” a long-form interactive article featuring a single Congolese refugee family resettling in Rochester, New York.
Noé Montes is an award-winning photographer based in Los Angeles.
Joris Debeij is the founder and creative director behind “I Am Los Angeles,” which in turn spawned the festival renowned shorts “The Bull Rider” and “Making it in America.”
Brandon Stanton first began Humans of New York in the summer of 2010. His goal was to create a catalogue of New York City’s diverse inhabitant through a series of 10,000 portraits.