Have you been to Photoville yet?

Our mural featuring projects from the Class of 2020 remains on view until November 29 in Fulton Ferry Lawn, Brooklyn Bridge Park. Free and open to the public. Click here for more information.

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Young activist Avery who is part of Anna Betts' project, Love & Rage: The New Faces of Climate Activism, visits our Photoville mural and sent us this photo taken by her mom. 
Recommended Talks
A Conversation with Lonnie G. Bunch III, Secretary of the Smithsonian 
Monday, November 9 at 9:00 am EST  

In this informal conversation with visiting professor Linda Wolk-Simon, Secretary Lonnie G. Bunch III, Founding Director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, will share some reflections on that heroic achievement, on institutional racism in museum culture and practice, and on the fundamental imperative of the curator and the museum to tell a good story. Click here to register.
Poster for Podcast. Text: "Fierce Stories of Women who changed the world"
Fierce Podcast Discussion
Tuesday, November 10, 12:00 - 1:00 pm 

Join us for a discussion of the Fierce podcast and discover the lives and work of some of history's most undervalued women. This event is presented as part of the NYUWomxn100 initiative. Register here.
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Behind the Scenes at the Grey Art Gallery
Thursday, November 12, 6:00 - 7:00 pm 

In this conversation moderated by the Grey’s Director, Lynn Gumpert, three of the gallery’s former GCAs who went on to become art world luminaries discuss their current projects and look back on their time at the Grey. Click here to register.
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Aperture Conversation with Ming Smith
Thursday, November 12, 8:00 pm

Join the California African American Museum, Los Angeles, and Aperture for a conversation featuring Ming Smith, monograph editor Brendan Embser of Aperture, and contributors Yxta Maya Murray and Namwali Serpell as they explore the monograph and Smith’s work. Click here to register. For more upcoming Aperture Conversations, click here.
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A Conversation with Annu Palakunnathu Matthew
Wednesday, November 18, 6:00 - 7:00 pm  

Join the multimedia artist Annu  Palakunnathu  Matthew, along with curators Asma Naeem and Carol Huh, for a discussion on the incompleteness of our historical narratives and the political dimensions of historical forgetfulness. Click here to register.
Student Spotlight
DPI first-year Denise Stephanie photographs first-time voters for Vogue Magazine and worked with DPI Alum and visual editor Samantha Adler. For the full article, click here.
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DPI Students: Denise Stephanie (top left), Lamar Kendrick (top right), Renee Simone (bottom left), Ari Elgharsi (bottom right) Photos: Denise Stephanie.
DPI Student Eric Hart Jr. photographed his grandparents in his Beyoncé-Gifted Ivy Park x adidas Apparel and Sneakers. To read more about it, click here.
Couple wearing Beyonce Ivy Park
For more photos by Eric on the Ivy Park Instagram, click here. Photo: Eric Hart Jr.
DPI Alums
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Congratulations to DPI Alum Nat Ward on publishing his new book: 'Big Throat: Nat Ward'. For more information, click here.
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DPI Alum Joey Solomon has been photographing his mother for the past 8 years. In the process of taking these monochrome portraits, he attempts to unpack their shared and hereditary mental illness. To read the interview in LensCulture, click here.
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As part of VOGUE Magazine's November Issue, DPI Alum Paul Mpagi Sepuya photographs designers Rebecca Henry and Akua Shabaka (House of Aama), and Kenneth Nicholson. For the full article, click here.
mail-in ballot counting machine
DPI Alum Morgan Levy photographs the count in Pennsylvania for The New Yorker. Click here for the full article. 
Three images of different perspectives of the election
DPI Alums Rian Dundon, Alan Chin, and Alice Proujansky are 3 of 18 photographers who received support from  The Magnum Foundation Fund to develop short-term visual projects related to the 2020 US elections. Their photos are on the right. For the full announcement, click here.

DPI Alum Rian Dundon with the Magnum Foundation Fund captures scenes from Portland's summer protests for The Nation. For the full article, click here.

Photos: Rian Dundon (top left), Alice Proujansky (top right), Alan Chin (bottom)
Remembering Arthur Cooke, DPI Class of 2018, 6/14/1996 - 10/16/2020.

To read more about Arthur, click here.

Photo: Claire Dorfman, DPI '18
DPI Faculty

Professor Lorie Novak talks about her Migraine Register project as part of the Meet The Fellows series on the NYU Center for the Humanities YouTube channel.

3d galaxy images from video link
Professor Snow Yunxue Fu working Galaxy Series, The Archive to Come, is featured in an online and in a gallery exhibition of moving image work at Telematic Media Arts in Los Angeles, CA. Click here.
What We Are Reading
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An early morning on the Sugar Hill Reservoir in Goshen, Vt. Photo: Caleb Kenna
Behold Vermont, From Above - Photographs and Text by Caleb Kenna
These aerial images, stunning in their abstraction, evoke a powerful sense of transcendence and tranquillity. Click here to read the full story in The New York Times.
A History from Below: Prof. Marianne Hirsch on Memory and Photography
An interview in PIX with pioneering scholar Prof. Marianne Hirsch, who is William Peterfield Trent Professor English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University as well as Professor at the Institute for Research on Women, Gender, and Sexuality. Click here to read the full article.
A Photographer's American Road Trip
For the past four years, photographer An-My Lê has captured images across the United States. "These images are reminders to me that our American landscape and the communities within it transcend this cultural and political moment." Click here to read the full story in The New York Times.
Dawoud Bey, Chronicler of Black American Live
In the seemingly simple gesture of photographing Black subjects in everyday life, the artist helped to introduce Blackness in the context of fine art long before it was trendy or even accepted. Click here to read the full article in T Magazine, The Greats.
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