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    Deep Roots

    24 Jul 2021 – 19 Aug 2021

    En Foco, in collaboration with The Children’s Art Carnival, presents Deep Roots – an Apartment Gallery Series virtual exhibition featuring photographers Samantha Box, Burroughs Lamar, Carmen Lizardo, Richard Louissaint, and Joana Toro. Deep Roots includes visual narratives that poignantly connect the artists with their beloved heritage, past and present. The photo essays explore themes of history, survival, and tradition; depicting the various ways each photographer has retained the customs and culture of their birthplace in their adopted land.

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    Under Our Feet as Above Our Heads

    08 Jun 2021 – 08 Jul 2021

    En Foco, in collaboration with Revival Romanesque Row House Gallery, presents the Apartment Gallery Series virtual exhibition Under Our Feet As Above Our Heads. As En Foco continues to provide spaces (physical and virtual) to present and nurture BIPOC photographers, Under Our Feet as Above our Heads, featuring Lissy Mineo-Gonzalez, Harley Ngai Grieco, and María del Mar Hernández Gil de Lamadrid, presents an exploration into alternative processes, stepping away from the now traditional forms of image-making, and revisiting the legacies of photography. While the early adopters of photography as an artform were men, this exhibit engages with the works of three exemplary female photographers making work that explores the themes of disaster and repair, the resilience and dependence of nature.

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    IN BETWEEN YESTERDAY TODAY AND TOMORROW: EN FOCOS 2021 FELLOWSHIP AWARDEE EXHIBITION

    01 Jun 2021 – 30 Jun 2021

    En Foco presents In Between Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow, an exhibition of its 2021 Photography Fellowship winners. Designed to support photographers of color who demonstrate the highest quality of work as determined by a photography panel of peers and industry professionals, this year’s awardees include Richard Acevedo, Argenis Apolinario, Roy Baizan, Daveed Baptiste, Kevin Quiles Bonilla, Amarise Carreras, Vinay Hira, Sydney King, Spandita Malik, and Bashira Webb.

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    The Plumage of Another

    15 Apr 2021 – 31 May 2021

    The Plumage of Another Opening April 15, 2021 through May 31, 2021, on the En Foco website, www.enfoco.org. Presented in collaboration with Hamilton Landmark Galleries En Foco's new exhibition explores the politics of race and culture through hair. En Foco, in collaboration with Hamilton Landmark Galleries, presents the virtual exhibition The Plumage of Another. This exhibition examines the notion of hair, aka “plumage,” as a social signifier and an expression of individuality. The care, alteration, acceptance of hair portrayed in this exhibit are studies of how attention to bodily hair is used to indicate individual identity and social affiliation. In all its carefully curated variations, hair is shown to be mediated by racial, sexual, class, political, ethnicity and identity, and either promotes or upsets conventional distinctions. The Plumage of Another is part of En Foco’s ongoing public exhibition program, the Apartment Gallery Series. AGS is an effort to provide underserved communities with access to the arts and acknowledge alternative exhibition spaces’ value. As En Foco continues to provide spaces (physical and virtual) to present and nurture BIPOC photographers, The Plumage of Another presents five photographers: Faustino Vidal, Jorge Romero, Leslie Jimenez, Yelaine Rodriguez, and Vicky Charles, space to delve into notions of race and cultural identity through a photographic examination. Looking to hair as a cultural extension of the human body, this selection of photos examines the root of identity and hair’s function as an object open to self‐promotion and communal stereotypes. Be it on the body, face, or head, whether removed, replaced, relaxed, dyed, bound, loose, long, short, curly, straight, or synthetic, hair is inherently inscribed with meaning as a manifestation of personal preference or accepted convention.

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