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#InstagramUptown: Solidarity

#InstagramUptown: Solidarity

A post shared by David-Michael Petragnani (@nomadproducer) on Apr 12, 2017 at 11:07am PDT We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter & Instagram or e-mail us at UptownCollective@gmail.com.


#InstagramUptown: Float Like A Butterfly

#InstagramUptown: Float Like A Butterfly

A post shared by k e l l y k a k a l e y (@kellykakaley) on Mar 6, 2017 at 7:09am PST We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter & Instagram or e-mail us at UptownCollective@gmail.com.


#InstagramUptown: Build Bridges Not Walls

#InstagramUptown: Build Bridges Not Walls

A post shared by 📷🎥Emmanuel 🎮🎧 Abreu 🇩🇴🇺🇸 (@eabreuvisuals) on Mar 7, 2017 at 10:37am PST We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter & Instagram or e-mail us at UptownCollective@gmail.com.


#InstagramUptown: Our Streets

#InstagramUptown: Our Streets

A post shared by Nelson Noel Salcedo (@ndzine) on Mar 20, 2017 at 6:56am PDT We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter & Instagram or e-mail us at UptownCollective@gmail.com.


#InstagramUptown: Snow Day

#InstagramUptown: Snow Day

A post shared by Jordan Matter (@jordanmatter) on Mar 16, 2017 at 11:24am PDT We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter & Instagram or e-mail us at UptownCollective@gmail.com.


Images of Old-School Harlem, Rapidly Vanishing | NY Times

Images of Old-School Harlem, Rapidly Vanishing | NY Times

By JOHN LELAND Is Harlem coming or going? Evolving into its next iteration or disappearing under the onslaught of change? It depends on whom you ask. For the photographer David Vades Joseph, who grew up in the neighborhood’s Hamilton Heights section, Harlem is an idea that is vanishing daily. “Certain mom and pop stores that […]


#InstagramUptown: Indigenous Lady Liberty

#InstagramUptown: Indigenous Lady Liberty

A post shared by Benjamin Z (@wtstammering) on Feb 26, 2017 at 12:53pm PST We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter & Instagram or e-mail us at UptownCollective@gmail.com.


#InstagramUptown: Quisqueya Heights

#InstagramUptown: Quisqueya Heights

A post shared by Nelson Noel Salcedo (@ndzine) on Mar 1, 2017 at 9:42pm PST We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter & Instagram or e-mail us at UptownCollective@gmail.com.


#InstagramUptown: Bird Gang

#InstagramUptown: Bird Gang

A post shared by Suaz (@suazny187) on Dec 20, 2015 at 10:30am PST We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter & Instagram or e-mail us at UptownCollective@gmail.com.


#InstagramUptown: John’s Fried Chicken

#InstagramUptown: John's Fried Chicken

A post shared by Cole Thompson (@inwood_cole) on Feb 15, 2017 at 12:30pm PST We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter & Instagram or e-mail us at UptownCollective@gmail.com.


#InstagramUptown: It’s easier going down hill…

#InstagramUptown: It's easier going down hill...

A photo posted by James Estrin (@jamesestrin) on Feb 9, 2017 at 12:35pm PST We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter & Instagram or e-mail us at UptownCollective@gmail.com.


A Photographer Who Made ‘Ghosts’ Visible | NY Times

A Photographer Who Made ‘Ghosts’ Visible | NY Times

By Maurice Berger It is the often oblique details in Ming Smith’s photographs that provide their most profound meaning. Consider the eerie photograph of a person walking on a Harlem street, a blur moving across the image’s surface. The street is urban and depressed; graffiti mars steel gates and a portentous crucifix-like shadow rakes across […]


#InstagramUptown: Uptown Icons…

#InstagramUptown: Uptown Icons...

A photo posted by Gregg de Domenico (@autopilot1978) on Dec 29, 2016 at 1:37pm PST We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter & Instagram or e-mail us at UptownCollective@gmail.com.


#InstagramUptown: The Heights

#InstagramUptown: The Heights

A photo posted by David-Michael Petragnani (@nomadproducer) on Jan 25, 2017 at 4:22am PST We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter & Instagram or e-mail us at UptownCollective@gmail.com.


Black Cowboys, Busting One of America’s Defining Myths | The New Yorker

Black Cowboys, Busting One of America's Defining Myths | The New Yorker

By Emily Raboteau In a 2016 portrait by the photographer Brad Trent, an older black woman poses on a bale of hay, a white Stetson hat on her head and a pair of hand-tooled cowboy boots on her feet. The fringe on her leather jacket flows downward, as do her knee-length dreadlocks, which echo the […]


#InstagramUptown: Take Your Shot

#InstagramUptown: Take Your Shot

A photo posted by J🅱 (@uptown_jay_photography) on Jan 12, 2017 at 7:21am PST We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter & Instagram or e-mail us at UptownCollective@gmail.com.


Get Focused: En Foco is accepting submissions for its 2017 Photography Fellowship | Manhattan Times

Get Focused: En Foco is accepting submissions for its 2017 Photography Fellowship | Manhattan Times

Find your focus. En Foco, the arts organization serving supporters of photographers of color, is accepting submissions for its 2017 Photography Fellowship. The Fellowship is designed to support photographers of color who demonstrate the highest quality of work as determined by a photography panel of peers and industry professionals. Submission Deadline is Monday, February 6, 2017 at […]


#InstagramUptown: Ya Se Jodio La Vaina

#InstagramUptown: Ya Se Jodio La Vaina

A video posted by Nelson Noel Salcedo (@ndzine) on Jan 3, 2017 at 12:58pm PST We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter & Instagram or e-mail us at UptownCollective@gmail.com.


#InstagramUptown: Aproveche Joven

#InstagramUptown: Aproveche Joven

A photo posted by Cole Thompson (@inwood_cole) on Dec 19, 2016 at 5:18pm PST We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter & Instagram or e-mail us at UptownCollective@gmail.com.


The Heartbeat of Our Being, in Black and White | NY Times

The Heartbeat of Our Being, in Black and White | NY Times

By Maurice Berger The pictures accompanying Adger Cowans’ essay in a new monograph on his work are not his professional photos, but snapshots from his personal life: his childhood home, a group portrait of his mother’s relatives in their Sunday best, and Mr. Cowans cradling his godchild. These pictures affirm the importance of photography not […]


#InstagramUptown: #Facts

#InstagramUptown: #Facts

A photo posted by Carlos Deschamps (@cdmaster245) on Dec 14, 2016 at 5:24am PST We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter & Instagram or e-mail us at UptownCollective@gmail.com.


#InstagramUptown: Tunnel Vision

#InstagramUptown: Tunnel Vision

A photo posted by Cole Thompson (@inwood_cole) on Dec 8, 2016 at 4:35pm PST Related: The Light At The End of the Tunnel Time Travel: Washington Heights Journal – The 191st Street Tunnel | NY Times We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and follow us on […]


#InstagramUptown: Build Bridges Not Walls

#InstagramUptown: Build Bridges Not Walls

A photo posted by 🇩🇴E.R.J 🇩🇴 (@81_filmz) on Nov 29, 2016 at 7:05am PST We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter & Instagram or e-mail us at UptownCollective@gmail.com.


A Young Black Girl’s View Of Harlem At The Height Of The Great Migration | The New Yorker

A Young Black Girl's View Of Harlem At The Height Of The Great Migration | The New Yorker

By Emily Raboteau Mildred Harris was born in South Carolina in 1926. She moved to Harlem as a baby, when her parents, Eddie and Jessie Mae Harris, joined the wave of African-Americans fleeing the South as part of the Great Migration. Mildred and her siblings—there would eventually be eight children altogether—grew up moving from building […]

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