Networks

VISUAL ARTS

  • Yasmin Hernandez - Nuyorican mixed-media artist.
  • Tats Cru - Graffiti artists crew, muralists, and lecturers
  • Sienide - Urban & Graffiti artist, educator
  • Seis Del Sur - A collective of six Puerto Rican/Nuyorican photographers. The photographers in Seis del Sur are Joe Conzo, Jr, Ricky Flores, Ángel Franco, David Gonzalez, Edwin Pagán and Francisco Molina Reyes II.
  • Sandra Guzman - Fashion / Models Photographer and co-founder of 2DreamArtists in New York City.
  • Samuel Lind - painter, sculptor, graphic arts
  • Roberto J Mercado - Photographer, activist
  • Ricky Flores - Photojournalist and Street Photographer.
  • Raul Ayala - Master mask-maker, artisan, teacher, lecturer
  • PRIDA - PRIDA, Puerto Rican Institute for the Development of the Arts, is an organization dedicated to the preservation and promotion of Puerto Rican arts and culture.
  • Pablo Delano - Photographer; Professor of Fine Arts @ Trinity College, Hartford, CT.; Curator and consultant.
  • Olga Huraira Ayala - Artist, Artisan, Teaching Artist, Costume Designer, Prop Designer
  • Nitza Tufiño - Artist, mixed-media
  • Marina Ortiz - Photographer, Founder of VirtualBoricua.org and EastHarlemPreservation.org
  • Manny Vega - Nuyorican visual artist, lecturer, and instructor.
  • Kenya Lamonte Smith - Commercial photographer
  • Joseph Conzo Jr. - Street Photographer, speaker on Hip Hop roots and growing up in South Bronx. Often referred to as, “The Man Who Took Hip-Hop’s Baby Pictures.”
  • James Top - Graffiti artist, producer Graffiti NYC TV, Graffiti Hall of Fame
  • Jamel Shabazz - Street Photographer, lecturer and teacher of the visual arts.
  • Frank Espada - Photographer, Teacher and Author
  • Francisco Molina Reyes II - Nuyorican visual artist, photographer, web graphics
  • Eric Orr - Urban & graffiti artist, illustrator, designer
  • Elaine Eversley Images - Art and Street Photography.
  • Edwin Pagán - writer, filmmaker, photographer, cinematographer, curator, cultural activist, and Founder-In-Chief of LATIN HORROR.
  • David González - journalist, photographer - born and raised in the Bronx, he is an award-winning columnist at the New York Times and Newsweek Magazine, and former member of En Foco.
  • Break Uno - Urban & graffiti artist
  • Angel Franco - photojournalist - Senior Photographer at the New York Times, where he has twice been part of Pulitzer Prize-winning teams.
  • Adi Talwar - Photojournalist.
  • Adál Maldonado - photographer, visual artist - regarded as one of the most influential and innovative Nuyorican artist working the scene.

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