FotoVisura Pavilion 2012 in San Juan, Puerto Rico

FotoVisura Inc. announces the 2012 FotoVisura Pavilion in San Juan, Puerto Rico, a four-day contemporary photography event celebrating international and local photography through exhibitions, panel talks, and a portfolio consultation and review.  The event will run from August 30 to September 2, 2012.

The FotoVisura Pavilion will feature exhibitions including “Beyond War: Mexico’s Drug War” by guest curator Whitney Johnson, director of photography at The New Yorker, “Falling Eyelids: A Fotonovela” written, directed and photographed by ADÁL, and “Interpolations” featuring Migdalia Luz Barens-Vera. It will also present “Selected Portfolio (Travel Size)” by Jesús ‘Bubu’ Negrón, a collection of 14 photographs laminated on wood that offer a breathtaking journey into the artist’s practice for the past 10 years.

Description: Sponsored by the Viso Lizardi Family, FotoVisura provides opportunities for photographers around the globe, providing consultations, workshops, grants, and produces one of the most stellar on-line publications in the photo world, Visura Magazine.

Co-founded by Adriana Teresa and Graham Letorney FotoVisura Inc. is a publishing, production, design, and online media company dedicated to photography. FV Inc. has produced Visura Magazine (2009), The FotoVisura Pavilion (2009), (2010), The FotoVisura Grant (2010), The FotoVisura Panel Discussions (2010), The FotoVisura Portfolio Consultation and Review (2011) and The Photo Editing Summer Sessions at the Visura Lodge (2012) in Stowe, Vermont.

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