7. Visit “Live Pridefully” curated by Mohamed Q. Amin for Photoville

A beautifully decorated mannequin art installation for "Photoville" art festival.
Installation view, Live Pridefully: Love and Resilience within Pandemics, Queens Museum, 2021. Photo credit to Hai Zhang.

Photoville—New York City’s premiere annual free photo festival—returns to New York’s five boroughs from June 4-26, with 60 exhibitions in 20 locations. With this much photography on view, exhibitions on view vary, delighting festival attendees across multiple sites each with unique themes.

For Pride 2022, the Caribbean Equality Project and Queens Museum have joined forces to produce “Live Pridefully: Love and Resilience within Pandemics.” Curated by Mohamed Q. Amin, Executive Director of the Caribbean Equality Project, the presentation features photography by Christian Thane and visual direction by Richard Ramsundar. Trans and queer bodies from the Caribbean diaspora are uplifted in this freely visible exhibition on view at Brooklyn Bridge Park – New Dock Street through June 26th.