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In Love and War, NYPH, 2011

Sponsored by: The Viso Lizardi Family
Location:
Dumbo Arts Center, 111 Front Street (Suite 212) Dumbo, NY 10007
Website:
http://www.fotovisurapavilion.com/2011/
Curated by:
Adriana Teresa Letorney, FotoVisura

In Love and War
exhibition reflects on the fragility of human life, in the hopes of bringing the viewer to a place of compassion and solicitude. This exhibition features photographers Milagros de la Torre, Henry Jacobson, Richard Mosse, Jessica Hines, Justin Maxon and Grant Worth.

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Dia, NYPH, 2011

Sponsored by: The Viso Lizardi Family
Location:
Dumbo Arts Center, 111 Front Street (Suite 212) Dumbo, NY 10007
Website:
http://www.fotovisurapavilion.com/2011/
Curated by:
Adriana Teresa Letorney, FotoVisura

Dia Exhibition unites eight photographers who documented New York’s Puerto Rican communities from the Lower East Side to the South Bronx during the 1960's to 1980s. This exhibition features photographers Frank Espada, David González, Ricky Flores, Perla de León, Joe Conzo, Pablo Delano, Francisco Reyes II and Máximo Colón.

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Vwa, NYPH, 2011

The Vwa (Voice) Exhibition consists of twenty-one images made by Haitian teenagers from Jacmel, Cap Haitien and Camp Espoir. The participating students, who had no previous experience with photography, made the images during hands-on photography workshops. While documenting their communities they also focused on the role they can play in contributing to their society.

Co-curated by Adriana Teresa Letorney

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E-cite, NYPH, 2011

E-cite: a slide show presentation featuring a selection of five to six online blogs and magazines— New York Times Lens Blog, Time Magazine Lightbox, PDN Photo of the Day Blog, Visura Magazine & Spotlight & NPR Picture Show Blog—that have inspired the FotoVisura community. In a collaborative effort, each of these forums has created a 4-minute unique presentation to represent each of the platforms.

Created by Adriana Teresa Letorney

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Baobabs, NYPH, 2010

Featuring cuban photographers:
René Peña
Raul Cañibano
Arien Chang
Alejandro González
Liudmila & Nelson
along with Mexican artist Alinka Echeverría
and American artist Susan Bank.

"Once upon a time there was a little prince who lived on a planet that was scarcely any bigger than himself, and who had need of a sheep..."

“Before they grow so big, the Baobabs start by being little.”

—Le Petit Prince

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Guatemala: A territory of many trees, NYPH, 2010

Dates: May 12-16, 2010, DUMBO Arts Center, Brooklyn
Curated by:
Adriana Teresa Letorney, FotoVisura
Sponsored by:
La Fototeca Guatemala

Featuring Guatemalan photographers
Clara de Tezanos
Juan José Estrada

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The exhibition GUATELAMA: A Territory of Many Trees is a visual dialogue between two young emerging Guatemalan artists—Juan José Estrada and Clara de Tezanos—about life in Guatemala today.

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Contemporary Latin American Photography Panel Discussions

Moderated by Adriana Teresa Letorney
Location: St. Anne's Warehouse

Panel I: A Curators' Perspective

Thursday May 13th, 5:30—6:20pm
Guest Panelists:
• Ricardo Viera—Curator and Director of the Lehigh University Art Galleries
• Elvis Fuentes—Curator of El Museo del Barrio
• Idurre Alonso—Curator of MoLAA Museum of Latin American Art
• Nelson Ramírez de Arellano—Curator of La Fototeca de Cuba

Panel II: An Artists' Perspective

Saturday, May 15th, 7:30-8:20pm
Guest Artists:
• Alinka Echeverría (Mexico)
• Juan José Estrada (Guatemala)
• Clara de Tezanos (Guatemala)
• Susan Bank (USA)
• Nelson Ramírez de Arellano (Cuba)

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Tu/Me Placer, NYPH, 2009

Featuring Luis Gonzalez Palma with Graciela De Oliveira
Curated by Adriana Teresa Letorney

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Anti-Plano, NYPH, 2009

Featuring Sara Roitman and Geovanny Verdezoto
Curated by Adriana Teresa Letorney

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New York Photo Festival 2008

Adriana Teresa curated an exhibition of photographs titled Tierra De Mudos. Graham Letorney co-produced the exhibition which was their first show in an international forum. Two months later Adriana Teresa and Graham Letorney founded FotoVisura inc, and were soon married.
© 2017 Adriana Teresa Letorney via Visura