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 a short film by CHRISTOPHER MORRIS/VII on view July 10th-Aug 15 2010
Christopher Morris / VII

BP's Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is an unmitigated disaster, with the environmental and economic costs growing by the day. In this short film, Christopher Morris takes us on an emotional journey to Louisiana and shows us the irreparable damage to the complex fragility of the coastal and marine ecosystems, the costs of which are still being weighed.

 

 

 

 RON HAVIV AT FOVEA

Ron Haviv at Fovea Exhibitions from fovea exhibitions on Vimeo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

featuring photo essays by:
Rafael Arocha Marc Davidson Fritz Faber Christina Falise David Hebb Peter Hoffman Adam Lampton Myles Little Colin McPherson Matthieu Paley Kelly Shimoda Jennifer Trail & Anna Maria Vag

 

Videos from our previous projection "Memory and History"

THE BERLIN WALL

On the 20th Anniverary of the fall of the Berlin Wll

by Emmanuel Fradin (French, based in Paris)

 

CHINA YOU ARE A ROCK STAR
Voyeuristic studies of the surface of a mass historic change.
By Wayne Liu (American, based in New York) 2:23




IN SEARCH OF A HOMELAND
Repatriating Russians

By Petr Antonov (Russian, based in Moscow) 3:15


PAGEN CULTURE IN BELERUS
By Andrei Liankevich (Belarusian, based in Minsk) 2:11

represented by Anzenberger




STRIKE A CHORD
Palestine and Israelis find joy through music
By Wendy Marijnissen (Belgian, based in Antwerp)3:50




GUANTAMENO BAY
A look inside
By Christopher Sims/courtesy of Daylight Magazine 3:58

CLICK HERE TO BE DIRECTED TO DAYLIGHT MAGAZINE


BREAKING THE SILENCE
Franco’s mass graves exhumed
By Jon Cazenave (Spanish, based in Barcelona) 4:19


NICOSA IN DARK AND WHITE
The abandoned Green Zone of Cypress
By Thodoris Tzalavras (Greek, based in Cyprus) 2:40



PENN STATE FABRICATORS
Americans outsourced and unemployed
By Raeford Dwyer (South African based in New York) 3:53



THE AUTOCHROMES OF ALBERT KAHN
Color travel photography from 1907-1930 Courtesy of the Musee d’Albert Kahn 7:00

(coming soon)



FAREWELL TO YANKEE STADIUM
By R.J. Mickelson (American, based in New York) 3:05



Join us for the next

Expanding Visions Outdoor Summer Projection

Saturday JULY 11th

"WATER"

Dusk, at the Corner of Cross and Main Streets, Beacon (9pm)

sponsored by

Scheimflug, Hudson Beach Glass, Community Action Partnership, Riverwinds

 

Outdoor Summer Projection September 2008

 

 

 

2008 Projection Program

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13th

The Week In Photos

Presented by The Week magazine photo editor Kelly Kingman. Complimentary copies of The Week will be available.


China In Recovery

China: In Recovery from fovea on Vimeo Shiho Fukada for The New York Times • Far from Beijing and its gathering of Olympic athletes, a small group of people in Chengdu, China, spend hours each day pushing their own physical limits. Some are missing an arm or a leg. Others lost even more. They are all victims of the earthquake that devastated Sichuan Province in southwest China on May 12.

Georgia

by Justyna Mielnikiewicz for the New York Times

McCain Campaign

by Stephen Crowley for the New York Times

Obama Campaign

by Damon Winter for the New York Times

Over Africa

by George Steinmetz of National Geographic Magazine


100 free copies of the Week Magazine have been donated by the Week.

sponsored by Hudson Beach Glass, Riverwinds, Community Foundation of Dutchess County and Schlemflug of NYC.AUGUST

 

Outdoor Summer Projection Program

 

Longing for Blue Skies: a photo diary of Beijng's air pollution leading up the the Olympic Games.
Produced by the Asia Society and MediaStorm.

China's Earthquake
by Alan Chin, in conjunction with the exhibition PLANET CHINA: a longer look at the recent earthquake.

Greenland
by Olaf Otto Becker produced by Daylight Magazine

Looking for Love in Las Vegas and Fire Scene
by Jodi Beiber/Noor and Sarah Pickering

Music provided by renowned ukelelist, Ralph Shaw and sound recording provided by phonographer, Aaron Jonah Lewis and the Freesound Project. Produced by Daylight Magazine, Sarah Pickering courtesy of Daniel Cooney Fine Art.

Meadowlands
by Joshua Lutz/Redux

Lunch break at Medieval Times in the Meadowlands by Josh Lutz/Redux

Featuring a selected portfolio from Joshua Lutz's recently published monograph 'Meadowlands' Presented with Redux and Produced by Daylight Magazine


Fovea in France
curated by Julien Jourdes/Fovea Exhibitions

The premiere of Fovea’s original site specific multimedia project commissioned by the French city of Rodez’s “Photo Folies” festival held 4th-18th October. The program touches on the conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Lebanon.

Photographs by Samantha Appleton, Alan Chin, Balazs Gardi, Stanley Greene, Yuri Kozyrev, Teru Kuwayama, Paolo Pellegrin, Moises Saman and Zalmai.

Please check out a preview of the installation here: FOVEA in FRANCE:THE RODEZ PROJECT

JULY

Outdoor Summer Projection Program

SATURDAY, JULY 12th

HUNGER PAINS: THE GLOBAL FOOD CRISIS
From Manhattan to Brazil, farmers and consumers are joining together to transform the way we think about what we eat.
by Jake Price of SEEN/UNSEEN

THE FIRES WITHIN: SRI LANKA AT WAR
Sri Lanka has known civil war for 25 of its 60 years of independence. Photojournalist Ron Haviv recently visited to document the human toll.
by Ron Haviv/VII and the Asia Society

 

JUNE

Outdoor Summer Projection Program

SATURDAY, JUNE 14th
WOMEN ON THE FRONTLINES
Features longer stories from the exhibitions "Dispatches from the Frontlines" by international and local photojournalists Lynsey Addario, Kael Alford, Samantha Appleton, Nina Berman, Paula Bronstein, Rina Castelnuovo, Denise DeVore, Jessica Dimmock, Ronnie Farley, Evelyn Hockstein, Mona Reeder, Lana Slezic, & Anastasia Taylor-Lind.
Curated by Amrita Singh/Fovea Exhibitions