Thursday, Ju;y 19th, 6:00 PM
2018 Annual fundraiser
Join us for an evening of celebration
Join us Thursday, July 19th from 6-9 PM for a summer evening on our rooftop. Our bar will be serving light fare and refreshments, and at the end of the evening there will be a raffle drawing.
- 8x10" Tintype Portrait Session
- $100 Gift Card to Brooklyn Film Camera
- $50 Gift Card to Brooklyn Winery
**More to be announced soon**
We have had overwhelming support in the past year, and would love to share our gratitude with friends, old and new.
Our studio spaces will be open all night, free for you to explore.
We hope you will join us for a night of celebration!
Event is FREE and we encourage you to bring friends.
Mauricio Toro Goya was born in Chile in 1970. From 1999, Toro Goya maintained contact with the renowned photographer Sergio Larraín, who became a key influence in the development of his work. After five years of photographic research on nineteenth-century photographic techniques, in 2010 Toro Goya traveled to Mexico, where he perfected the ambrotype process with the anthropologist and photographer Waldemaro Concha (1959-).Toro Goya has presented his work in several solo and group exhibitions including: National Museum of Fine Arts (Chile), Museum of Contemporary Art (Chile), National Museum of Fine Arts Neuquén (Argentina), Diego Rivera Museum (Mexico), Manuel Álvarez Bravo Photographic Center (Mexico), Museum of Contemporary Art, Oaxaca (Mexico), City University of New York (CUNY), and Photographic Center of Montevideo (Uruguay). Toro Goya was awarded the Fondart scholarship in Chile and the Conaculta Scholarship in Mexico. In 2014 and 2016 he was nominated for the prestigious Magnum Photos Foundation scholarship. And in 2016 and 2018, he wasselected by the New York Times for the New York Annual Portfolio Review.
Bárbara Oettinger (Santiago, Chile, 1981) has a Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts from the University of Chile and a Master of Arts degree from the Catholic University of Chile. She has participated in various exhibitions and screenings in cultural centers, galleries and museums in Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, U.S., India, Indonesia, Ukraine, Slovenia, Spain, France, Portugal, Korea and Taiwan.