Capture Your Freedom

at FDR Four Freedoms State Park

June 15 - ONGOING

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About the exhibition 

Four Freedoms Park Conservancy is delighted to present Capture Your Freedom, the first public, onsite exhibition at Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms State Park. The exhibition is the culmination of the Conservancy's call for photos, inviting photographers from around the world to submit their photos inspired by the four freedoms: freedom of speech & expression, freedom of worship, freedom from want, and freedom from fear.  

The resulting images, more than 90 in total, are displayed on four large-scale cubes, corresponding to each of the freedoms. The work on view explores human rights in an era of hyper connectivity, fracturing borders, and disintegrating trust in democracy. Featuring images from around the world, these photos convey freedom in flux, the chaos and intimacy of progress and decline, and the power of resistance. 

The exhibition is free and open to the public. 

Featured Photographers

Ruthie Abel, Inbal Abergil, Patricia Ackerman, Kisha Bari, Susan Barnett, Sara Bennett, Paolo Bona, Valeria Bove, Vidhyaa C, Argus Paul Estabrook, Tom Finke, Carlos Gonzalez, Eliza Hatch, Louise Hone, Ed Kashi, William King, Ryan Koopmans, Gioia Kuss, Jason Little, Liu Liu, Jorge Lopez Munoz, Calli McCaw, Marla Mossman, Fabian Muir, Cletus Nelson Nwadike, Hector Rene, Whitney Welshimer, Emma Williams, and Mohammad Zoyari.

Support & Thank You

Capture Your Freedom is presented by Four Freedoms Park Conservancy in partnership with United Photo Industries. This exhibition is generously supported by FUJIFILM North American Corporation. Special thanks to our incredible panel of judges: Penny Abeywardena, Commissioner of the Mayor’s Office for International Affairs; Yvette Alberstein, Executive Director of Witness; Nathalie Applewhite, Managing Director of Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting; Geoffrey Berliner, Executive Director of Penumbra Foundation; Emma Raynes, Director of Programs at Magnum Foundation; and Maggie Soladay, Photography Editor at Open Society Foundations (OSF). 

 

Photo: Ryan Koopmans, Freedom of Speech and Expression