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A few blocks away from the art foundation, a traditional Chinese portal welcomed everyone to Shanghai’s Old Street Fangbang Middle Road and Guangqi Road. There were small shops, restaurants and dozens of motorbikes dodging the pedestrians that were walking on the road because there wasn’t a proper sidewalk.

Shanghai Flâneur

By Alejandra Arevalo, Under the Arch Deputy Editor March 8, 2020

As I walked up the staircase, the hallway echoes loudly with each step I take.

Exploring the Empty Met

By Celia Tewey, Exposures Editor February 10, 2020

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 of the...

In the distance Isay, Bianca and I sit at one end of a bridge, listening to the comforting sound of crashing waves.

Adventure Through the Andes

By Ana Marazzi, Exposures Staff Photographer November 22, 2019

Jessie and returning students Keyiona Roulhac (left) and Michelle Colon (center) doing their final performance of the choreography they learned in this class for the song China by Puerto Rican rapper Anuel AA.

Curves With Moves

By Alejandra Arevalo, Contributing Photographer November 15, 2019

After years of feeling underrepresented in auditions and dance teams as a plus-size Latina dancer, Jessie Diaz-Herrera turned to Instagram to share her talent. After the warm online responses from over...

A reflective watchtower situated behind a field of tall grass.

Fall in Storm King

By Emma Li, Exposures Staff Photographer November 15, 2019

A Perspective on Creating in College: Bailey Gore

A Perspective on Creating in College: Bailey Gore

By Andrew Fullerton, Exposures Staff Photographer November 8, 2019

Unravel

Unravel

By Eric Hart, Contributing Photographer October 31, 2019

Alex Calkins is reflected, unwavering into the mirror, symbolizing the discrepancy between reality and perception of self.

Alex

By Celia Tewey, Exposures Editor October 31, 2019

 

Burning My Own Face

Burning My Own Face

By Joey Solomon, Contributing Photographer October 24, 2019

Paris Extinction Rebellion

Paris Extinction Rebellion

By Katie Short, Exposures Staff Photographer October 24, 2019

Buenos Aires Climate Strike

Buenos Aires Climate Strike

By Ana Marazzi, Exposures Staff Photographer October 17, 2019

Young and old hands interweave in a figure-eight. This was shot for a personal project titled “Life After Death.” The idea came to be from the concept that the living carry the real afterlife. Passing is just that⁠ — Passing along / Composite of mirrored multiple exposure images.

Experiments

By Sam Smith, Contributing Photographer October 17, 2019