Nueva Luz is a unique tri-annual photographic journal, featuring work by contemporary
fine art and documentary photographers of African, Asian, Latino, and Native
It has been awarded two 2011 and 2009 Ippie Awards for Best Photographic Essay, and is a finalist for the Lucie Awards' PHOTOGRAPHY MAGAZINE OF THE YEAR from 2007-2009. Nueva Luz includes beautifully reproduced portfolios by remarkable
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"Thirty years later En Foco's presence has made a place in public
art for those who are potentially underrepresented and has insured that
good photography doesn´t slip through our cultural prejudices."
Excerpt from En Foco Celebrates 30th Year,
by Ilana Swerdlin, Afterimage, Issue 33.1
"In the first week it was ‘on the streets’ I received three
contacts from galleries. I am so honored that you have supported my work
and believe in me. Sometimes or maybe even most times – the (art)
world feels very alienating. Yet, with En Foco, I have found a new family.
One that continues to help me develop as a strong and confident artist”
Lola Flash, Photographer (Volume