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Bernard Yenelouis
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Bernard Yenelouis

Bernard Yenelouis is an artist, photographer and writer based in Brooklyn. His work addresses issues of landscape and urbanism in the intersection of subjectivity with the social production of space. His work has been shown in New York City at Momenta Art, the Four Walls Slide & Film Club, Creative Time at the Anchorage, Rare, and Kravets-Wehby Gallery, among others. His most recent show was How to Live in the City in Milstein Hall, College of Architecture, Art & Planning, Cornell University. His art and writing have been published in Diacritics, 10x10 American Photobooks, Conveyor and Pastelgram. He has lectured in symposia held by the Bard Center for Curatorial Studies-ICP/Bard MFA programs, and the German Studies Department at Cornell. He is the recipient of fellowships from the Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. He has taught at the International Center of Photography and Pratt Institute. He studied at the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, and in the MFA (Fine Art) program at Cornell University.



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Event Screening: Films by Moyra Davey
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Rick Schatzberg - Twenty Two North
Event Rick Schatzberg - Twenty Two North