As artists of color, the members of Iris PhotoCollective explore and document the relationship of people of color to the world. Free of the dominant culture, we examine this relationship in our own voices, while preserving the integrity and principles of photojournalism.
Opening: A Call to the Ancestors
December 8, 2023
Little Haiti Cultural Complex
212 NE 59th Street, Miami, FL 33137
Iris PhotoCollective ArtSpace and Edouard Duval-Carrié’s studio will also be open for visitors. Visit www.haitianculturalalliance.org for more info.
Located in Miami’s Little Haiti neighborhood, the Iris PhotoCollective ArtSpace is a gallery and event space for community engagement.
We produce projects as a group, often including collaborations with distinguished writers and documentarians.
We partner with a wider network of photojournalists to produce traveling exhibitions and publications.
As part of our mission, we offer portfolio reviews to both new and experienced photographers. With IPC members Carl Juste or C.W. Griffin.
Iris Photocollective announces a new foundation dedicated to the education of young men and women. Our mission is to empower youth to tell their own stories. Help raise up a new generation of empowered storytellers by supporting the foundation.