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People of Greenpoint II – photo reportages

People of Greenpont II is a project on the border of photography, anthropology, and sociology. It’s a story of two young Poles, who came to the United States after year 2003. The photographer accompanies them during their work, free time. Do they consider themselves immigrants? Do they identify with Polish community? The exhibit gives a visual insight to the changing trends of Polish immigration to the United States. It’s part of the “Greenpoint. The Transition 2016” project, co-financed by the Polish Senate’s patronage of Polish Diaspora and Poles Abroad.

 

 

 

 

 

Magda Muszyńska-Chawitz

 

 

 

 

 

Krzysztof Choromański

About the Photographer
Blazej Sendzielski started taking pictures more than 15 years ago and it quickly became his passion and a job. He worked for several press agencies and national daily paper in Poland. He also collaborated with many NGO’s like WOSP, Society Initiatives Creative E, Culture Shock Foundation. For several years Blazej has been working as a freelancer and his main interest is reportage, culinary and wedding photography. He participated in co-creating Greenpoint Transitions Project. His works were shown in Poland as well as USA. In 2014 he received an Honorable Mention in the competition PX3 Competition in France and International Photography Awards in USA for the series "Plastic delicacy”. Form 2015 is a member of Fearless Photographers. His works were published in magazines like Forbes, National Geographic Traveler, SLOW. Past three years he lives and works in New York.

Photo Exhibition "People of Greenpont II" during XVIII International Chopin & Friends Festival.

Greenpoint. The Transition 2015

PLAKATGreenpoint. The Transition is a series of cultural and social activities realized in New York, USA by the Culture Shock Foundation from May to December, 2015 consisting of photography, culinary & theatrical workshops, sport activities, artistic happenings, lectures, and local recreational activities, all targeted at Poles, those with Polish roots, and everyone interested in Polish culture and history.

This project arose primarily from the need to share interesting culturally and educationally with the Polish diaspora living in New York, to promote Polish artists among Americans — especially the ones living and moving to Greenpoint — and to reveal Greenpoint’s potential as a wonderful space for creative, artistic, and neighborhood activities.

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Have questions? Want to participate? Write: marta@cultureshock.pl or call: 646 589 2060

PROGRAM FOR SPRING/SUMMER SEASON

People of Greenpoint

Good Fortune

American Dream in Greenpoint

American Dream in Greenpoint

Jogging in Greenpoint

Photo Collages

Greenpoint. The Transition 2014

Greenpoint. The Transition 2014

Greenpoint. The Transition 2014 was a series of free cultural and social activities realized in   New York, USA by the Culture Shock Foundation from May to December, 2014 consisting of educational workshops, concert series, movie screenings, and local recreational activities, all targeted at Poles, those with Polish roots, and everyone interested in Polish culture and history.

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“Greenpoint. The Transition” Block Festival

 

“Greenpoint. The Transition” Block Festival

SATURDAY, 20th OF SEPTEMBER 2014, 11 AM- 5PM

Leonard Street – between Norman Ave & Meserole Ave

Brooklyn, New York

 

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On the 20th of September on Leonard Street, between Norman Avenue & Meserole Avenue in Greenpoint, between 11 am and 5 pm, a block festival was held as a part of “Greenpoint. The Transition” project. This event was a great opportunity to celebrate Greenpoint, highlight its Polish identity, integrate old and new inhabitants, and have an unforgettable farewell to summer!

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Greenpoint. The Transition – detailed program

Greenpoint. The Transition – detailed program

Greenpoint. The Transition is a series of cultural and social activities realized in New York, USA by the Culture Shock Foundation from May to December, 2014 consisting of educational workshops, concert series, movie screenings, and local recreational activities, all targeted at Poles, those with Polish roots, and everyone interested in Polish culture and history.
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