The four photographers took part in a project at The Libertas Center for Human Rights.
Salvador Espinoza's photo exhibit, "We Will Be Here," opens Saturday at co-working space QNS Collective.
Ruth Gruber, 103, chronicled human life for decades, from the Arctic to Jewish internment camps.
An upcoming exhibit shows the importance of the Chabad-Lubavitch headquarters at 770 Eastern Parkway.
Photographer George Grubb transformed the city into an urban jungle to promote wildlife conservation.
The first-ever LES Photo Walk will highlight shows at 27 local galleries on April 13.
Photographer Lizabeth Nieves turned her lens on the city's artistic set, and how they make it happen.
"Rising Waters: Photographs of Hurricane Sandy" will run from Aug. 24 to Sept. 29.
"Stepping Out," which depicts scenes of human life, is on display on Fort Washington Avenue.
"High Life" shows off photos of the private moments between show dogs and their handlers.
Frank Carrado, 82, has a photo exhibit at the New York Irish Center in Long Island City.
Photographer Nina Berman's new exhibit showcases community gardens across the Bronx.
Soho Photo Gallery on White Street is hosting its annual Small Works Exhibit.
"Social Photography II" is on display at the Carriage Trade Gallery through Dec. 20, 2011.
An historic lighthouse tender boat, the Lilac, is showing a collection of Shelley Seccombe's photos at Pier 25 until the end of July.
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