Photographers Selected for ACP Public Art Exhibition – THE FENCE

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We couldn't be happier to share with you the list of participating photographers in this year's ACP 2014 Public Art Project - THE FENCE. This exhibition will showcase over 900 feet of photographs, appearing simultaneously along the Atlanta BeltLine and Brooklyn Bridge Park in NY. Check out sample images of the work and a big congrats to all of the selected photographers!

We cannot wait to bring THE FENCE to the BeltLine!

Congratulations to the participating photographers:

Alejandro Chaskielberg – Otsuchi Future Memories

Alix Smith – States of Union

Angela Jimenez – Racing Age

Benjamin Rasmussen – By The Olive Trees

Bryan Derballa – Before We Land

Carlotta Cardana – Mod Couples

Claire Rosen – Nostalgia, a Study in Color

Dianne Yudelson – Antique Terrarium

Dina Litovsky – Whiteout

Ed Kashi – Streets

Gaston Lacombe – Penguinscapes

Gregg Segal – 7 Days of Garbage

Haley Morris-Cafiero – Wait Watchers

Julia Fullerton-Batten – School Play

Katie Orlinsky – The Aqualillies

Lauren Welles – Coney Island

Laurie Arends – Dance

Lindsay Morris – You Are You

Manjari Sharma – Darshan

Manuel Cosentino – Behind a Little House

Mark Peterson – Political Theatre in Black and White

Miho Aikawa – Dinner in NY

Dianne Yudelson – Antique Terrarium

Mika Goodfriend – Fraternite? Sacerdotale

Nathan Thornburgh – Road Wallah

Nicolo Sertorio – Once We Were Here

Noritaka Minami – 1972

Paula Bronstein – Afghan Women: Between Life and War

Sam Edmonds – Robindra Boys

Samantha VanDeman – No Vacancy

Sarah Rhodes – Play

Silvia Andrade – Megacerus "Seed Beetles"

Stefanie Klavens – Celluloid Dreams

Stephen Shames – Bronx Boys

Thomas Jackson – Emergent Behavior

Todd Antony – The Sun City Poms

Tom Chambers – Animal Visions

Turi Calafato – Behind a Window Blind

Victoria Crayhon – Thoughts on Romance from the Road

Yola Monakhov Stockton – Empire Pictures of the Hudson

(Photo Credit: Detail from Steven Severinghaus on flickr)
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