Exploring the Empty Met

Anyone who has ever been to the Metropolitan Museum of Art on a weekend will know it’s a brag-worthy achievement to even get a glimpse at something without getting shoved, pushed and rushed out...

Exposure | Snapshots of Sydney

During the semester of Fall 2017, I had the amazing opportunity to study abroad at NYU Sydney. Many people do not realize that NYU’s newest study abroad site is one of the best places...

A Perspective on Creating in College: Bailey Gore

NYU is home to a seemingly endless number of programs that emphasize a culture of creation and artistic expression. Generally speaking, being a student allows for a degree of exploration that isn’t realistic in...

Experiments

I fell in love with film from the moment I first held an analog camera. Something about the tactile nature of shooting celluloid film from the viewfinder all the way to the spool lured...

Unravel

Based on a poem I wrote, The Love Hart photo series, “Unravel,” stems from a desire to shed light on traditional dynamics of masculinity. In some communities, particularly black communities, from a very young...

Adventure Through the Andes

We started in Bariloche, drove to Villa La Angostura, crossed the Andes mountains into Chile, stopped in Valdivia and Villarrica, crossed back into Argentina and into San Martín de los Andes and finished it...

Meet Exposures: Ana Marazzi

To start off the semester, Under the Arch’s Exposures is running a series in which its new photography staff displays photo essays to introduce themselves, their style and why they love photography while beginning...

Burning My Own Face

2019 Tisch photography and imaging grad Joey Solomon centers his artistic approach around visualizing his own invisible mental disorders. As an openly gay and disabled man, Solomon’s artistic work hones in on the psychology...

Exposure | Lookalike: Dogs and Their Owners

While walking around Washington Square Park, I noticed something strange: people look like their dogs. I saw dogs wearing the same colored coats as their owners. Some had the same fur color as their...

Who are “We” Actually?

I’ve always been interested in members of our community who aren’t explicitly related to NYU, but are foundational to the student experience and what it means to exist in New York City. Social membership,...

Next Bus Stop, NYC

Riding the bus is a scenic public transport alternative. The window panes serve as picture frames, capturing picture-perfect street scenes that aren’t available to the underground subway rider. While tourists embrace the MTA’s bus...

Twins

Inspired by the photograph “Identical Twins” by Diane Arbus, I began my series “Twins” in the beginning of 2017 and picked it back up again in early 2019. Arbus’ artfulness in drawing attention to...
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