Terence Price II

Aunt Betty on 170th , 2018. Terence Price II.

Aunt Betty on 170th, 2018. Terence Price II.


Lil Haiti 2018. Terence Price II.

Terence Price II will exhibit a series of photographs on display in bus shelters beginning on August 1, 2019 for five weeks. Terence will have seven shelters in Miami Gardens/Carol City with images taken of his family and neighbors living in and around the surrounding area. This placement also considers the visible representation of locals in the community along with the intimate portrait studies that Terence creates with each photograph. These tender and dynamic images are at once both personal and familiar.

Terence Price II (b. 1990, Miami, lives in Miami) is an artist who emerges from a tradition of mid-twentieth-century street photography, capturing the world around him in evocative portraits and cinematic snapshots. He blends this history of the medium with a distinctly contemporary understanding of representation, collaboration, image making, and the way media circulates in our culture. Using his camera to document the people closest to him, strangers he encounters in his daily life, and the sites he inhabits within Miami, Price locates the rich territory in which the personal takes on shared and collective meaning. His photographs offer a depiction of the intimacies of place, family, and relationships for the public record.

Learn more about Terence’s work here.