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DATE 6/11/2022

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EVENTS

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 2/4/2022

Fotografiska New York presents photographer Mel D. Cole in conversation with Coltrane Curtis for the launch of 'American Protest'

Friday, February 4 at 7 PM, Fotografiska New York presents Mel D. Cole, one of hip hop’s most accomplished and celebrated photographers, discussing his latest book, American Protest: Photographs 2020–2021, published by Damiani Books. The book visually documents the Black Lives Matter protests that swept the country and Cole hopes it will serves as a “a collective memory” that continues the legacy of the Civil Rights Movement. The conversation will be moderated by the Founder of Team Epiphany, Coltrane Curtis. Order tickets here.

Fotografiska New York presents photographer Mel D. Cole in conversation with Coltrane Curtis for the launch of 'American Protest'

Mel D. Cole has spent the last 20 years documenting music, nightlife and more. In April 2020, during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns, Cole started driving around New York City documenting the streets. But when George Floyd was murdered, Cole dedicated the rest of 2020 and beyond to photographing the Black Lives Matter protests that swept the country, and their ramifications.

In addition to canvassing the action in New York City, Cole traveled to cover protests in Washington, DC, Houston, Minneapolis, Richmond, Virginia and more. The body of work he has produced from the electrifying summer of 2020 and beyond is a powerful outpouring of the hurt, outrage and courage of people compelled to take action following Floyd’s brutal murder.

Fotografiska New York presents photographer Mel D. Cole in conversation with Coltrane Curtis for the launch of 'American Protest'

FOTOGRAFISKA NEW YORK
281 Park Ave South, NYC
Friday, February 4: 7–9 PM

General Admission Tickets: $36 (includes museum admission)
Members Tickets: $10
Patrons: Free with RSVP
Proof of vaccination required

ABOUT FOTOGRAFISKA
Fotografiska is a museum experience for the modern world. Founded in Stockholm in 2010, Fotografiska is a destination to discover world-class photography, eclectic programming, elevated dining and surprising new perspectives.

Guided by a mission to inspire a more conscious world through the power of photography, Fotografiska produces dynamic and unparalleled rotating exhibitions, spanning various photographic genres, in inclusive and immersive environments.

With a dedicated international community and locations in Stockholm, New York City, and Tallinn, Fotografiska is the premier global gathering place for photography and culture. Visit the Fotografiska New York website here.
Fotografiska New York presents photographer Mel D. Cole in conversation with Coltrane Curtis for the launch of 'American Protest'
Fotografiska New York presents photographer Mel D. Cole in conversation with Coltrane Curtis for the launch of 'American Protest'
Fotografiska New York presents photographer Mel D. Cole in conversation with Coltrane Curtis for the launch of 'American Protest'
Fotografiska New York presents photographer Mel D. Cole in conversation with Coltrane Curtis for the launch of 'American Protest'
Fotografiska New York presents photographer Mel D. Cole in conversation with Coltrane Curtis for the launch of 'American Protest'
Fotografiska New York presents photographer Mel D. Cole in conversation with Coltrane Curtis for the launch of 'American Protest'

Mel D. Cole: American Protest

Mel D. Cole: American Protest

DAMIANI
Hbk, 8 x 11.5 in. / 144 pgs.

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