Artwork by Brian Finke is on view at Photoville in Brooklyn and featured in Daniel McDermon’s article for The New York Times:

ALMOST everything is bigger at this year’s edition of Photoville, the annual Brooklyn photography festival that runs through Sunday in Dumbo. Even the beer garden.

Now in its fifth year, Photoville presents a dizzying array of exhibitions for free, centered this time on the waterfront under the Brooklyn Bridge. Fifty-three shipping containers have been converted into exhibition space, filled with work by hundreds of photographers. Additional displays, by the likes of National Geographic, are on view outdoors.

The focus is largely, but not exclusively, documentary, often with an undercurrent of activism: These images resist the pose of neutrality.

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