Photoville NYC 2019 is open as of yesterday, September 12th, in Brooklyn Bridge Park. The weather wasn’t perfect, but the rest of the weekend should be fine for the show.

Trailer for Photoville NYC 2019, which opened Thursday in Brooklyn Bridge Park

Like FIGMENT NYC, Photoville brings artistic innovation and original design to New York City.

“PHOTOVILLE is New York City’s FREE premier photo destination. Produced by United Photo Industries, the annual festival is a modular venue built from re-purposed shipping containers. By creating a physical platform for photographers of all stripes to come together and interact, Photoville provides a unique opportunity to engage with a diverse audience — a veritable cross-section of the world’s photographic community.”

PHOTOVILLE website.

But Photoville is more than a place to see photography on display. Located in scenic Brooklyn Bridge Park, one jewel a string of new waterfront parks in New York.

Nighttime projection programs, workshops and even an education day for school kids also enliven the weekend.

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Photoville NYC 2019 open free of charge…

That’s right. Photoville is free. It’s wheelchair accessible, and dogs are welcome.

Plus, “Brooklyn’s favorite foodie heaven, Smorgasburg!”

The Smorgasburg Beer Garden again invites you to sit down with family and friends to “the best open-air food festival that New York City has to offer.”

Come for the finest outdoor display of photography in New York City. Stay for the fun and pleasures end to end in Brooklyn Bridge Park.

About Photoville, from the website

“Working with more than 100 curatorial partners, Photoville 2019 will exhibit work by over 600 visual artists. In addition, the festival offers nighttime projection programs, hands-on workshops, an education day for New York City middle and high-school students, panel discussions and talks presented next door at the iconic St. Ann’s Warehouse.

“Photoville also features interactive programming, tents with vendors, family-friendly photo activities, publishers and gear demonstrations, a community photo book store, tintype portraits by the Penumbra Foundation, and a beer garden with a range of food vendors by Smorgasburg and Brooklyn Brewery beers.”

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