EXHIBITIONS

 

Vision Project will work with schools, institutions, museums, corporations, galleries and/or other
venues, etc. to create exhibitions of documentary work. Vision Project invites corporate and
foundation sponsorship to help facilitate all such events.


 

Remedy: An Exhibition of Fine Art & Photography.  ArtsW Gallery, White Plains, NY,

Oct.1, 2016 - Jan. 14, 2017. .pdf

Crossroads: Rural Health Care In America.  Photographic Exhibition & Film Screening

by Richard Falco / Joe Alicastro, Art & Design Gallery, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT,

February 19, 2015 - March 14, 2015. .pdf video

Land Grabbing or Land to Investors - Africa Photos by Alfredo Bini - Photoville, Brooklyn Bridge

Park, NY, September 18-28, 2014. .pdf

An Uneasy Peace: Northern Ireland’s Search For Resolution, Photography by Mariusz Smiejek,

Art & Design Gallery, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT, June-August 2014 .pdf video

Health Is a Human Right: Race and Place in America, CDC Museum: In Association with

the Smithsonian Institution, Photo by Richard Falco, Atlanta, Ga., September 28, 2013-April 25, 2014

Bhopal : Second Disaster.  Photographs by Alex Masi.  Winner of the 2012 FotoEvidence Book Award.  

VII Gallery, 28 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY    October 25 – November 4, 2012 .pdf

Crossroads: Rural Health Care In America.  Photographic Exhibition & Film Screening

by Richard Falco / Joe Alicastro. Delta Cultural Center.  Helena, AR.  March 2- April 29, 2012

Remembering 9/11 - International Center of Photography
A Group Exhibition. Photographs by Richard Falco are part of the exhibition.
1133 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY - September 9, 2011 - January 8, 2012

Distant Relations – photographs by Lori Grinker. Nailya Alexander Gallery - 41 E 57th Street,

New York, NY 10022. . September 7 - October 15, 2011

Shipping & Receiving: Photographs & Letters.  Photographs by Emily Schiffer and students from the

Cheyenne River Reservation. Venice Arts Gallery, LA,CA.  August 6- September 30, 2011. .pdf

Voices in The Light.   Photographs by Richard Falco.  The Festival of Civilization and the Art of

Media,  Lodz, Poland.  Opens  April 26- May 27, 2011. .pdf

Crossroads: Rural Health Care In America.  Photographs by Richard Falco.  The Butler Center at

the Arkansas Studies Institute.  Little Rock, AR.  March 31-May 21, 2011 .pdf

 

Crossroads: Rural Health Care In America.  Produced by Vision Project.  Producers Richard Falco

& Joe Alicastro.  Film Screening at The President Clinton School for Public Service - University of

Arkansas.  Little Rock, AR.  April 2, 2011. .pdf

Art As Therapy. Photographs by Richard Falco. Art Exchange. Feb 25-March 26, 2010 .pdf

 

Date WithThe Angels. Photos & Multimedia. Westside Gallery-School of Visual Arts. Sept 1-19, 2009 .pdf

Community Energies. A Digital Presentation.  Peckham Gallery-Arts Exchange. August 12, 2009 .pdf

 

Reality Check. Photographs by Les Stone.  Peirogi Gallery. opens October 10, 2008 .pdf
 

A Summer City.  The Arts Exchange. Westchester Arts Council.  August 6-14, 2008 .pdf
 

Sacred Andes. Photographs by Krystian Bielatowicz. Polish Consulate - New York City.  March 2008 .pdf
 

Remembering September 11.  New York Historical Society.  Sept. 11- Dec. 31, 2007 .pdf
 

The African Refugee Crisis.  Photographs by Richard Falco.  Holocaust & Human Rights Education

Center - May 2007

 

World Trade Center Memorial Foundation - A traveling exhibition/twenty-six U.S. cities.  The images

are also part of the      Foundation Museum's permanent collection. .pdf
 

City Life.  The Arts Exchange.  Westchester Arts Council. .pdf
 

Peekskill Project - Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art
 

A City At Work.  The Arts Exchange.  Westchester Arts Council. Aug/Sept 2006 .pdf

Photo-World: Exotic Places & Faces.  Ellenbogen Galleries
 

Cultural Diverse-City: A Photographic Documentation Of The City of White Plains .pdf
 

Exposed: A Survey of Documentary Photograph - Westchester County Center .pdf
 

American & Cuban Cultural Collaboration Project .pdf


Inquiries should be directed to: info@visionproject.org