"Picturing The Built Environment" is one of more than 50 photo exhibitions being held in one of the largest photographic events in New York City. Photoville 2014 is curated by Photoville committee members, a select group of programming partners from around the globe. Addressing a wide range of issues, Photoville is a unique venue for photographers and audiences to connect through the power of visual storytelling. The mix of curated exhibitions runs the gamut from seasoned photojournalists and high-profile print publications, to graduate student showcases and fine art practitioners.
"Picturing The Built Environment" designates the structures and spaces humankind has created in which to live, work, and play. It presents a diversity of creative viewpoints that reveal many of the ways we live and co-exist today. This exhibition, supported by SohoPhoto Gallery, is comprised of 34 SohoPhoto Members who were juried into this exhibition by committee at SohoPhoto Gallery, and then the exhibition was juried into Photoville by its curators. My selected image, titled "The Urban Jungle," captures viewers gazing across the landscape of Tokyo City from atop one of its many towers. SohoPhoto is exhibiting half of the selected images (17 images) during the first week, Sept 18 - 21, of which this image below will participate. SohoPhoto Gallery will then rotate out those prints and replace them with the second half remaining 17 images for the following weekend exhibit Sept 25-28.
Photoville is located at Pier 5, in Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn, New York City, NY. It will be on display from September 18 - 21; & Sept 25 - 28, 2014. More information about the exhibition may be found at http://www.photoville.com/2014-exhibitions/picturing-the-built-environment/