New York City

Open Show NYC #23

July 18th, 2017

06:30 AM - 09:00 PM

Bronx Documentary Center

614 Courtlandt Avenue Bronx, New York 10451

We are now accepting submissions for our next Open Show screening, which will be held at the Bronx Documentary Center on Tuesday, July 18th. We are open to photographers of all stripes, from student to professional. Any and all styles and subjects are welcome. Photo projects should consist of 15-25 images and video projects should be 10 minutes or shorter. If you have any questions, please contact us.



Art Great Again

Sangsuk Sylvia Kang

A portrait series of artists responding to the 2016 presidential elections through their work. It documents the emergence of “deplorable” artists catering to the right, and many protesting or satirizing the Trump administration. Each portrait features their work in some form.


Voz Del Azul

Samantha Alvarez

Artist Samantha Alvarez (Quinzel) uses painting as a coping mechanism for depression. This film is a reflection of her past and her path to personal growth and self-awareness.


48 Days

Lisette Poole

The story of 2 women traveling 8000 miles through 13 countries from Cuba to the US chasing Wet Foot Dry Foot before its repeal in Jan. Photos were taken in a span of 2 months on 5 cameras (including iPhone & 35mm). The story has run in Stern, TIME & soon will be a book with Red Hook Editions


The Skateboarding Legend Brian Anderson Comes Out

Nathan Fitch

In 2016, Brian Anderson publicly revealed that he’s gay, becoming the most established athlete in his sport to do so.


Beyond The River Across The Sea


The project evolves from road trips along with the Min River and documentary at the Chinatown, NYC. As the respond to the narrative of identity migration and urbanization, it juxtaposes Fujianess fallen American Dream and fraught relationship with their homeland.