PICTO at Photoville:
We have partnered with the team at United Photo Industries to put this exhibition together. The events of Charlottesville were horrific, and didn’t come about overnight. On August 11, 2017 white supremacists from around the country descended on Charlottesville, Virginia, to “Unite the Right” and protest the removal of Confederate monuments, which have been long standing symbols, reminding everyone of America’s oppressive racial history.Read More
- 07 Sep
Printed by Picto: Francesca Beltran at Venice Biennale
Francesca Beltran at Venice Biennale 2017
Francesca Beltran is a mexican visual artist and producer who is based in New York. Her focus is to explore the paradox of feeling alone in an over-connected world. At a time when technology is taking over, she turns to analog cameras to discover metaphysical perspectives that question the nature of reality.Read More
BLACK DOLLS EXHIBITION IN WASHINGTON D.C.
THE PURPOSE OF BLACK DOLLS
Black Dolls is a series of photographs by Mirtho Linguet that forces us to wonder about our relationships between individuals and how these relationships are built. He manifests scenarios in the form of a question to help us visualize the lived experience of those called “non-white people” around the world who live in a veil known as racism. He poses the questions of… What is racism? And how does it work? (more…)Read More
PICTO NY AND PICTO FOUNDATION ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THE CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS FOR THE 20TH EDITION OF PRIX PICTO DE LA MODE / PICTO FASHION PHOTO AWARDS.
The Prix Picto de la Mode, a benchmark distinction for emerging talents in the field of fashion photography, is taking advantage of this new edition to reaffirm and reinforce its mission to offer young photographers the opportunity for a prestigious encounter with the professional, institutional and international world of fashion. (more…)Read More