Andrew Prokos Announces 'Brazil: Night & Day' Exhibition, 4/3-25
Award-winning photographs of Rio de Janeiro and Brasilia created by noted architectural and fine art photographer Andrew Prokos are set to be exhibited at Banco do Brasil in New York.
Entitled "Brazil: Night & Day - Photographs by Andrew Prokos" the exhibition will include photographs from Prokos's award-winning series "Niemeyer's Brasilia", which captures the surreal modernist architecture of Oscar Niemeyer in the Brazilian capital. The exhibition will also include a selection of panoramic cityscapes of Rio de Janeiro at night, landscapes from Rio's famous botanical gardens, and Rio street scenes.
"I am truly honored to be exhibiting my work at Banco do Brasil New York, and doubly so because the space is normally reserved for Brazilian artists only" says photographer Andrew Prokos. "I want to show a side of Brazil that is not often seen outside of the country, and I am excited to be able to do that with the support of the Year of Brazil Program and Banco do Brasil."
"The Year of Brazil at Queens College is thrilled to be supporting this exhibition of Andrew Prokos's photographs" says Eva Fernandez, Assistant Vice Provost of Queens College, part of the City University of New York. "The photographs are not only stunning, but also offer a unique opportunity to meet the program's objective of fostering a dialogue between students and faculty from Brazil and the United States."
The exhibition is on display April 3-25, 2014 at Banco do Brasil, 11 W. 42nd St., New York, NY. The exhibition is sponsored by Banco do Brasil and the Year of Brazil at Queens College, CUNY.
Andrew Prokos is an architectural and fine art photographer based in New York City. His photographs have been widely published and are included in numerous art collections across the USA, including Cisco Systems, Moody's Corp, K2 Advisors, Hilton Hotels, KPMG, and Booz Allen Hamilton. Andrew's work has been awarded at the International Photography Awards (Lucies), the Prix de la Photographie, Paris (Px3)
the Epson International Pano Awards, and numerous others. To see more of Andrew's work, please visit
As part of the premier public university in the most diverse county in America and affirming our commitment to global education, Queens College offers cultural and academic programming focusing on a different nation each year. The Year of Brazil (2013-2014) encompasses a wide range of events, from student-sponsored activities on culture, sports, and daily life, to exhibitions, film screenings, and performances. The year also features student and faculty exchanges, academic offerings, and programs of distinction by members of the Brazilian community who are making world-class contributions. For more information about the Year of Brazil at Queens College visit brazil.qc.cuny.edu.