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Sunset, Sunrise

A Film Photography Show by Immigrants in NYC.

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SUNSET, SUNRISE
SEPTEMBER 13 - OCTOBER 18
B[x] Gallery, Bushwick

Brooklyn Film Camera is proud to present Sunset, Sunrise; a film photography group show featuring 10 immigrant artists from around the world who have come to call NYC home.

OPENING RECEPTION:
September 13, 2019 \\ 6:00 - 9:00
B[x] Gallery (203 Harrison Place, Brooklyn, NY 11237)

AFTER PARTY:
September 13, 2019 \\ 9:30 - LATE
House of YES (2 Wyckoff Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11237)
RSVP to the facebook event here!

ARTIST PANEL:
SEPTEMBER 19, 2019 \\ 6:00 - 7:30
Starr Bar (214 Starr St, Brooklyn, NY 11237)
☞ Join Brooklyn Film Camera and artists from Sunset, Sunrise for a panel discussion about their work, their paths as photographers, and their experience as immigrants in NYC. The discussion will be facilitated by Jonny Mora, curator of Sunset, Sunrise. It will also include an audience Q&A.

GALLERY VIEWING:
SEPTEMBER 13 - OCTOBER 18, 2019
B[x] Gallery (203 Harrison Place, Brooklyn, NY 11237)
☞ Sunset, Sunrise is on view until October 18 and you are welcome to visit the gallery for the duration of the show. The gallery will be open in coordination with our open store hours: Visitors are welcome every Saturday and Sunday between the hours of 1:00 - 6:00.
☞ For purchase inquiries, please speak directly to a BFC representative or email us at hello@brooklynfilmcamera.com to coordinate a purchase.

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Participating Artists:

Diego Bazán
www.diegobazan.com
@diegobazn
Lima, Peru

Steven Molina Contreras
www.stevenmcontreras.com
@stevenmcontreras
Sonsonate, El Salvador

Alejandro Corredor
@alejandrocorredorphoto
Bogotá, Colombia

Luis Paez
@louwillshootyou
Caracas, Venezuela

Tamara Saade
www.tamarasaade.com
@tamarasaade
Beirut, Lebanon

Celeste Sacchetti
@celestismo
Patagonia, Argentina

Sann Sanneh
@itssanneh
Harare, Zimbabwe

Mariangela Serrano
bymariangelaserrano.tumblr.com
@mariangelaserrano
San Cristóbal, Venezuela

Ingridi Viruel
www.behance.net/ingridiviruel
@ingridiviruel
Goiânia, Brazil

YuanYuan Zhao
www.yuanyuanzhao.com
@yuanyuantheflash
Fuzhou, China

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To immigrate is both an ending and a beginning. An exit from a life one has always known, and an entrance into a new life of unknown possibility. Immigrants are motivated by a variety of reasons, but one word in particular comes to mind - hope. Immigrants are called many words these days, but one word in particular comes to mind - brave.

Sunset, Sunrise will exhibit work by ten immigrant photographers living in NYC. Their work will be united by it’s creation between the hours of sunset and sunrise; the liminal space between days. It will explore the rich tones of sunset, the darkness of night, and the explosive radiance of morning light. It will explore people, homes, emotions, and beauty. It will explore the many diverse photographic visions of immigrants here in this beautiful city.

This show was conceived by immigrant employees at Brooklyn Film Camera and we are honored to be featuring work by immigrants from all over the world who also call NYC home.

10% of all sales from this show will be donated directly to Make The Road, an immigrant rights organization based right here in Bushwick, Brooklyn. A big thanks to B[x] Spaces for helping make this happen.

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”We say this is a land of immigrants, and we forget that this was a land that belonged to people. And those of us who are new immigrants and those of us who come from generations of immigrants have to realize we are not that much different from one another.” - Ilhan Omar

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