Exhibition as it is, as it could be Expanding the Walls 2011

Amyrah Arroyo
Purity, 2011
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Matthew Morgan
Multidimensional, 2011
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Sapphire Hilton
Lights, Action, 2011
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Nadienka Morilla
Divided Allure, 2011
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Genevieve Pierre
Dressing Up the Years, 2011
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Jamilla Reid
what can be seen there is there but what you see is what you see, 2011
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Neil Robinson
The Living Stuck, 2011
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Sim E. Smith
Passage, 2011
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Genesis Valencia
Disco City Blue, 2011
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Michael Vargas
Untitled, 2011
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Alexandra Barlowe
Unpolished, 2011
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Victor Ferreras
Lady Brown, 2011
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Senetchut Floyd
Lost in a Dream, 2011
Courtesy the artist

Trevin Dehere
Walks of Life, 2011
Courtesy the artist

Edwin Doval
Untitled, 2011
Courtesy the artist

Amyrah Arroyo
Purity, 2011
Courtesy the artist

Matthew Morgan
Multidimensional, 2011
Courtesy the artist

Sapphire Hilton
Lights, Action, 2011
Courtesy the artist

Nadienka Morilla
Divided Allure, 2011
Courtesy the artist

Genevieve Pierre
Dressing Up the Years, 2011
Courtesy the artist

Jamilla Reid
what can be seen there is there but what you see is what you see, 2011
Courtesy the artist

Neil Robinson
The Living Stuck, 2011
Courtesy the artist

Sim E. Smith
Passage, 2011
Courtesy the artist

Genesis Valencia
Disco City Blue, 2011
Courtesy the artist

Michael Vargas
Untitled, 2011
Courtesy the artist

Alexandra Barlowe
Unpolished, 2011
Courtesy the artist

Victor Ferreras
Lady Brown, 2011
Courtesy the artist

Senetchut Floyd
Lost in a Dream, 2011
Courtesy the artist

Trevin Dehere
Walks of Life, 2011
Courtesy the artist

Edwin Doval
Untitled, 2011
Courtesy the artist

as it is, as it could be

Expanding the Walls 2011

July 14October 16, 2011

as it is, as it could be is the annual exhibition featuring the work of high school participants in the Expanding the Walls: Making Connections to Photography, History and Community program. Student photographs will be displayed along with work by quintessential Harlem photographer James VanDerZee, whose work they have studied and used as inspiration.

Visit the 2011 Expanding the Walls microsite to experience the virtual exhibition.



Click above to hear ETW '11 students Amyrah Arroyo and Michael Vargas discuss their projects and experiences as part of Expanding the Walls.

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