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Image by Nicole Dansereau

  • Artwork

The Photoville FENCE

Between Pine St. & Columbia St. on Alaskan Way

In partnership with United Photo Industries and Photographic Center Northwest, Friends presents The Photoville FENCE, one of the largest traveling photography exhibitions.

Stretching seven blocks and featuring more than 600 photos, the newest waterfront art installation has arrived. Friends of Waterfront Seattle, in partnership with Photoville and Photographic Center Northwest, presents The Photoville FENCE, one of the largest traveling photography exhibitions in North America and the regional exhibition, Chase The Light. Draped on Waterfront Park construction fences from Pine St. to Columbia St. along Alaskan Way, The Photoville FENCE photography exhibit will be moved as needed with construction fences.

The Photoville FENCE is one of the country’s largest traveling photography exhibitions, reaching more than eight million visitors annually through open air experiences in eight cities across North America, including Atlanta, Brooklyn, Boston, Calgary, Denver, Houston, Seattle, and Sarasota.

The Photoville FENCE image

Image by Nicole Dansereau

The Photoville FENCE image

Image by Nicole Dansereau

The Photoville FENCE image

Image by Nicole Dansereau

The Photoville FENCE image

Image by Nicole Dansereau

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