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FIRING: Women Photograph Surfing In New York

Celebrating strong female perspectives on surf culture, Brooklyn-based Picture Farm has launched their latest photo and video exhibition featuring the work of female photographers and filmmakers who’ve spent their artistically formative years documenting surfing in New York.

Photo by Andreea Waters

Embracing and championing the female voice, the exhibit presents distinct styles and perspectives on east coast surf culture.

Photo by Andreea Waters

The show, conceived and curated by photographer Andreea Waters features the work of Julia Briere, Alexandra Uzik, Liz Magee, Elisa Bates, Katrina Del Mar, Andreea Waters, Nina Choi, Jianca Lazarus and Carla Phillips.


Photo by Andreea Waters

Picture Farm held an opening reception on Friday, January 5th at their Williamsburg Gallery space that included multiple images from each photographer and a video presentation space showcasing the work of the filmmakers.

Photo by Andreea Waters

Picture Farm Gallery
338 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11222

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