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Ricky Flores : Fight the Power

RICKY FLORES: FIGHT THE POWER Miss Rosen for NYC, 1981 Born to Puerto Rican parents in New York in 1961, Ricky Flores grew up in the Tremont and Longwood sections of the Bronx. In 1980, […]

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Ricky Flores’s 1980s Photos of the South Bronx –

James Estrin, staff photographer for the New York Times and co-editor of the New York Times Lens Blog interviewed me in advance of the Seis Del Sur exhibition opening at the Bronx Documentary Center .

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En Foco/In Focus: Ricky Flores

En Foco/In Focus: Ricky Flores By COLLETTE McGRUDER This is the first entry in a series of interviews by Jessica Juliao and Collette McGruder, both emerging photographers and CIIS students. They will be interviewing artists […]

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The South Bronx on Fire – Andy Prisbylla

Article in BenevolentMedia by Andy Prisbylla on the up coming Seis Del Sur show at the Bronx Documentary Center in mid-January.

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Witness to History: The photographers of 9/11

Witness to History: The photographers of 9/11 Tuesday, September 6, 2011    Last updated: Wednesday September 28, 2011, 4:46 PM BY THOMAS E. FRANKLIN STAFF WRITER The Record WATCH ‘WITNESS TO HISTORY: THE PHOTOGRAPHERS OF 9/11’ […]

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My Latino Voice; Seis Del Sur

  “Close to 100 people filled the 15th floor conference space on September 29th for the Los Seis del Sur photo exhibit, sponsored by VOCES, the New York Times’s Latino Affinity Group.  The attendees – […]

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The Dia Exhibition on the New York Times Lens Blog

  The Dia exhibition is featured in the New York Times Lens blog and link to the FotoVisura website galleries of all of the work in the show of the participating photographers.

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The “Dia” Exhibit in The New York Daily News Latino

The work of eight Puerto Rican photographers, Frank Espada, Perla de León, David Gonzalez, Joe Conzo, Ricky Flores, Pablo Delano, Máximo Colón, and Francisco Reyes II, will be featured in the Dia exhibition at the […]

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Dia: Curated by Adriana Teresa

The full show can be seen by clicking the above photo.   The FotoVisura Pavilion Sponsored by The Viso Lizardi Family Dumbo Arts Center, 111 Front Street (Suite 212) Dumbo, NY 11201 Cuando yo miro […]

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Photo Ethics and the Necessity of Licking the Queens Neck

African-American protesters take to the streets in Bensonhurst in Brooklyn on May 19, 1990, after the acquittal of Keith Mondello on the charge of manslaughter in the death of Yusef Hawkins, a Black youth who […]

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