Invisible Migrations

03/5/14– 09/1/14

Opening Reception March 16. Members' hour 2 - 3 p.m. Public opening 3 - 5 p.m.

Recent work on immigration and global human migration by:

Alejandro Cartagena

Kursat Bayhan

Michelle Frankfurter

Francesco Giusti

Jim Goldberg

Glenna Gordon

Katharina Hesse

Seba Kurtis

Gabriele Stabile

Kadir van Lohuizen

Jose Antonio Vargas

And featuring turn-of-the-twentieth-century immigration photographs by Alice Austen (1866-1952).  

“Home is one of the most treasured and most elusive of ideas. It can appear substantial and secure yet quickly vanishes under duress—succumbing to calamity, war or sweeping impoverishment. The photographers in this exhibition bring each of their own distinct perspectives and creative vision to recording this process of disruption, scattering and recovery.” - Howard Chua-Eoan on Invisible Migrations

The museum invites you to share your own immigration stories and photographs that we will post on the Alice Austen House Museum facebook page

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

Curated by Paul Moakley and Myles Little of TIME.  

Image (c)Seba Kurtis from the series "A few days more"

 

Invisible Migrations visitor guide

  • Seba Kurtis, from the series 'A few days more'
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