Free photography festival returns to New York City

Photoville is back!

Founded eleven years ago by Laura Roumanos, Sam Barzilay and Dave Shelley, the free photography festival has become one of the more popular events around town.

It all started in Brooklyn Bridge Park in 2012, to bring photography to more New Yorkers and to spotlight the folks behind the camera who are addressing important global issues through visual storytelling.

“Showing the value of how important photography is to tell us really what’s going on in the world,” said Roumanos.

In DUMBO, Roumanos and others display some of their work on vinyl on a fence along Washington Street. But the event is also known for

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