Alice Austen House

2 Hylan Boulevard, Staten Island, NY 10305 - United States

718-816-4506

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A vibrant cultural center, the Alice Austen House keeps the daring spirit of the early American photographer alive by presenting changing exhibitions of Alice Austen’s pioneering historic photographs and of contemporary photography, providing education programs for students, and offering a range of cultural programs for the public. A charming Victorian Gothic Cottage that was Alice’s home serves as the museum and is located in a lovely park on the shore of Staten Island near the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge with sweeping views of Brooklyn and Lower Manhattan.

Exhibits

Staten Island Unlimited: The Borough's First Triennial of Photography

Features the work of thirty-five photographers from three boroughs. This inaugural juried exhibition uncovers the state of contemporary photography on Staten Island.

Artists include: Irma Bohorquez-Geisler • Melissa Cacciola • Willie Chu • Edward Coppola • Luke Crisalli • Lisa Dahl • Anthony DePrimo • Will Ellis • Divya Gadangi • Ericka Hamburg • Maciek Jasik • Kristopher Johnson • Elvia Iannaccone Gezlev • Bruce Katz • Teresa Kruszewski •
Stephen Mallon • Jeff Mason • Kelley McCarthy • Michael McWeeney • Robin Michals • Imara Moore • Ruben Natal-San Miguel • John Patrick Naughton • Stephen Obisanya • Brandon Perdomo • Chad Rachman • Gareth Smit • Jenna Snyder • Steven Soloway • Evan Spring • Rob Stephenson • Sean Sweeney • Garry Velletri • Vincent Verdi • Gale Wisdom

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