At En Foco, we believe that art should be available to everyone, which is why The Print Collectors Program offers original photographs at affordable prices by internationally recognized and emerging artists, such as:
David Gonzalez, Tomiko Jones, Terry Boddie, Manuel Rivera–Ortiz, Rojelio Reyes Rodriguez, Myra Greene, Lola Flash, Valdir Cruz, Ana de Orbegoso, Martín Weber, Gerald Cyrus, Juan Sánchez, Frank Gimpaya, Charles Biasiny–Rivera, Sophie Rivera, Kathy Vargas, Kerry Stuart Coppin, SungKwan Ma, Lauri Lyons, Adál and Tetsu Okuhara.
Every dollar of your print purchase helps underwrite an exhibition, publication or event – and the best part, a percentage is returned to the creator of the image.
Dancers, Mott Haven, August 1979/2013
Archival pigment print, 12 x 17” (paper size 16 x 20”) Limited edition of 20. Price: $500
David Gonzalez graduated with a B.A. in psychology from Yale University and a M.S. in journalism from Columbia University Graduate School in Journalism, he is currently co-editor of the Lens blog and does the biweekly “Side Street” photo-essay feature for the City Room blog in The New York Times.
Chute, Cassis, France, These Grand Places series, 2009/2012
Archival pigment print, 16×20” (on 17×22” paper) Exclusive En Foco limited edition of 20. Price: $300 (market value of Tomiko’s work $1,000)
Tomiko Jones graduated with a BA and a Minor in Studio Art and Photography from Western Washington University and a MFA and Certificate of Museum Studies from the University of Arizona. She was one of the recipients of last year’s New Works Fellowship Awards #17.
School Days, Residue of Memory series, 2000/2007
Archival pigment print, 16 x 20” (paper size 17 x 22”) Limited edition of 10. Price: $300 (market value of Terry’s work: $600–$1,000)
Terry Boddie graduated with a BFA in Photography and Image from the Tisch School of the Arts, New York University and a MFA from the Hunter College of New York. He was one of the recipients of En Foco’s New Works Awards Fellowship in 1998 and is currently director and curator for Oualie Art, New Jersey, USA.
Tobacco Harvesting, Viñales, Cuba, 2002
Silver halide print, 7.5 x 11” Limited edition of 10. Price: $300 (market value of Manuel’s work: $700)
Manuel Rivera-Ortiz graduated cum laude with a B.A. degree as an English major from Nazareth College, and in 1998 he received his MS from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He was one of the recipients of En Foco’s New Works Awards Fellowship in 2004 and was awarded the Artist of the Year Award from the Arts & Cultural for Greater Rochester in 2007.
Rodolfo con gallo, Mi Sangre series, 2004/2010
Archival pigment print on Canson Infinity paper, 14 x 11″ Limited edition of 20. Price: $300 (market value of Rojelio’s work: $600–$1,000)
Rojelio Reyes Rodriguez graduated from the School of Art and Design at the University of Houston and majored in Latino Studies at Columbia University.
Untitled, Character Recognition series, 2006/2008
Archival pigment print, 7 x 5.25” (paper size 11 x 9.25”) Limited edition of 20. Price: $300 (market value of Myra’s ambrotypes: $1,200)
Myra Greene graduated with a BFA from Washington University in St. Louis and MFA from University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Her work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, The National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C., the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City and The New York Public Library. Greene has been published in the photographic journal, Nueva Luz, vol. 12:3, Exposure Magazine, and Contact Sheet #132.
Karisse, London, [sur]passing series, 2003
C–print, 20 x 16” (paper size 24 x 20”) Limited edition of 10. Price: $300 (market value of Lola’s 4 x 5’ prints: $2,000)
graduated with a BFA from Maryland Institute College of Art
and a MFA from London College of Printing
. Flash is part of London’s Victoria and Albert Museum
‘s Permanent Collection, as well as En Foco’s Permanent Collection, and traveling exhibition. She was featured in the photographic journal, Nueva Luz
Salto Curucaca I, Guarapauva, Paraná, Brazil, 2002
Pigment on paper, 16 x 20” Limited edition of 20. Price: $300 (market value of Valdir’s 30 x 38” prints: $8,500)
Valdir Cruz is a two-time winner of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. His work has been exhibited in various museums and galleries such as El Museo del Barrio in New York City, Brooklyn Museum, FotoFest 2004 in Houston, Texas, and Galeria de Arte in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil, and has been featured twice in the photographic journal, Nueva Luz vol. 6:2 and vol. 12:3.
The Wall, 2004
Archival pigment on paper, 5 x 17” (paper size 13 x 19”) Limited edition of 10. Price: $300 (market value of Ana’s work: $1,750+)
Ana de Orbegoso attended the School of Visual Arts, Pratt Institute, and the International Center of Photography. She was awarded the PhotoEspana LIMA 2009 National Association of Latino Arts and Culture Grant in 2008-09. She also received the New York Foundation for the Arts Grant in 2008. She was a recipient of En Foco’s New Works Awards Fellowship in 2002.
Eu, Pajé, quero que minha filha estude para defender seus direitos (I, Pajé, want my daugher to study to defend her rights) Comunidade Karapoto, Alagoas, Brazil, A Map of Latin American Dreams series, 2005
Archival pigment print on Canson Infinity Platine Fibre Rag, 10.5 x 8.5″ Limited edition of 50. Price: $300 (market value of Martín’s work $3,000)
Martín Weber graduated from the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina and attended the International Center of Photography in New York City. Weber’s work has been exhibited in various galleries and museums such as 601 ArtSpace in New York, The Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Texas, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Photographer’s Gallery in London. His work has been published in magazines such as the photographic journal, Nueva Luz vol. 12:3 and Contact Sheet #125.
St. Nick’s Pub, Harlem, 1995
Gelatin silver print, 11 x 14” (paper size 16 x 20”)
Limited edition of 15. Price: $300 (market value of Gerald’s work: $1,000+)
Gerald Cyrus graduated with a MFA at the School of Visual Arts and was awarded the Pew Fellowship in the Arts in 2005 and the New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in 1998. He published a photobook about jazz and Harlem in 2008 titled, Stormy Monday: New York’s Uptown Jazz Scene and has been published in the photographic journal, Nueva Luz vol. 5:1.
Archival pigment print, 16 x 19” Limited edition of 30. Price: $400 (market value of Juan’s work: $1,000+)
Juan Sánchez graduated with a BFA in Cooper Union and a MFA in Rutgers University. His work has been exhibited at El Museo del Barrio in New York, Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C., and Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico in Santurce, P. R. He was awarded the Grand Prize at the XII Bienal de San Juan del Grabado Latinoamericano y Del Caribe and received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Hispanic Academy of Media Arts and Sciences.
Fire Eater, Zócolo, Oaxaca series, 1983
Gelatin silver print, 9.5 x 13” (paper size 11 x 14’’) Non–editioned. Price: $300 (market value of Frank’s work: $500+)
Frank Gimpaya graduated with a BFA at Hunter College. He is responsible for the original design of Nueva Luz, a noteworthy photographic journal published by En Foco. His photographs are in the collection of Museet For Fotokunst in Odense, Denmark and he was awarded a New York Foundation of the Arts Fellowship (2002), the Pace/Promise Awards for Contributions in Arts Education (1992), and the CAPS Award from the New York State Council on the Arts (1977).
Child God, 1996/2006
Digital print with gold acrylic and mixed media, 15.5 x 19.5” (paper size 16 x 20”) Exclusive En Foco limited edition of 30. Price: $400
Charles Biasiny-Rivera graduated with a BA in Photography and Latin American Literature & Culture at Empire State College/SUNY. He is one of the founding members of En Foco and was the Executive Director from 1974 to 2006. He was a two-time winner of the New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship.
Leaper, Subway series, 1980s
Gelatin silver print, 16 x 20” Non–editioned. Price: $300 (market value of Sophie’s work: $600+)
Sophie Rivera was featured in the first issue of the photographic journal, Nueva Luz. Her work has been exhibited at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., the Bronx Museum of the Arts, and the Museum of the City of New York in New York City.
Untitled, Oración: Valentine’s Day, 1991
Unique hand colored gelatin silver print, 14 x 11” Price: $300
Kathy Vargas graduated with a MFA from the University of Texas in San Antonio. She is an associate professor and Chair of the Art Department at the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas and was featured in the photographic journal, Nueva Luz, vol 4:2.
In my Father’s House, St. Louis, Senegal, 2001
Archival pigment on paper, 6 x 16” (paper size 13 x 19”) Limited edition of 10. Price: $300 (market value of Kerry’s work: $600–$3,000)
Kerry Stuart Coppin graduated with a AAS from Fashion Institute of Technology, a BFA from Rochester Institute of Photography, and MFA in Photography from Rhode Island School of Design. Coppin was featured in the photographic journal, Nueva Luz, vol. 9:1. He was also published in SPE’s Exposure, vol. 37:2 and Committed to the Image: Contemporary Black Photographers.
Untitled, Shigatse, Tibet, 2001
Type–C print, 16 x 16” Limited edition of 15. Price: $300
SungKwan Ma graduated with a BA in Liberal Arts with a specialty in photography from City College, New York City. He won the Therese McGabe Ralston Connor Award four consecutive times from 1996 through 1999. He is also a two-time winner of The General Motors Scholarship and was awarded the Mortimer Hays-Brandeis Traveling Fellowship in 2000.
C–print, 14 x 11” (paper size 20 x 16”). Price: $300
Lauri Lyons graduated with a BA from Minneapolis College of Art and Design and is a Magazine Publishing Certificate Candidate in New York University. Her work has been shown in various galleries and museums such as the International Center of Photography and Umbrella Arts Gallery in New York City and the Civil Rights Museum in Birmingham, Alabama,. She was featured in the photographic journal, Nueva Luz’s Commemorative Issue vol. 7:2.
Memorias Olvidadas (Forgotten Memories), 1974.
Gelatin silver print, 7.5 x 7.5” (paper size 10 x 8”) Limited edition of 10. Price: $400 (market value of Adál’s work: $1,500)
Adál graduated with a BFA from San Francisco Art Institute and attended Los Angeles Art Center College of Design. He has collaborated with artists such as Pedro Pietri, Tito Puente, and Robert Mapplethorpe. Adál has been featured three times in the photographic journal, Nueva Luz (vol. 5:2, 7:2, and 9:2).
Neon Samurai, 1987
Gelatin silver print, 7.5 x 5.5” (paper size 14 x 11”) Price: $300
Tetsu Okuhara attended Cooper Union and the University of Chicago. His work was been exhibited at Steven Kasher Gallery, Museum of Modern Art, Chicago Art Institute, and Korean American Museum. He is a two-time winner of the New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship and was awarded the National Endowment for the Arts and the Guggenheim Fellowship.
When you make a purchase, your order will include an original photograph signed by the artist, and a complimentary one-year subscription to Nueva Luz Photographic Journal for non–members.
You can also take advantage of our Patron’s Circle. Memberships over $100 receive discounts or even a FREE print, depending on your choice in level of support.