These Streets Magazine : Boston | V.04

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These Streets Magazine is launching their 4th issue on November 1st 2019. With Boston as the city of focus, the magazine is taking its first leap outside California from the previous features in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Each magazine issue highlights a group of photographers, carefully selected on the way they capture real-life. The 4th release includes 9 native Bostonians: Jeff Larason, Ben McCosh, David Amirault, James Berkeley, John Jordan, Boris Apple, Juan Murray, Katie Swanger and Iaritza Menjivar. 

In tandem with the magazine launch, there will be a gallery exhibit to showcase the work of each photographer in the Boston issue. The exhibition will take place with the Fort Point Arts Community at their Atlantic Wharf Gallery from November 1st, 2019 through January 20th, 2020. Opening night is at 6PM, a free event to the public with  RSVP details at 

Included in the 4th magazine are artist biographies and statements about what fuels their ambition to pick up a camera. Debuted in the magazine will be a Manifesto, written by founding members of These Streets Magazine. Issue : 04 - Boston will be 124 pages of photographs taken by their respective photographers printed on Eco-Friendly Cotton Material done by Indie Printing, based in Los Angeles, CA. Printed physical copies will be available for purchase at the event. 

With each magazine launch, These Streets hosts a free photowalk, where community members of all ages are encouraged to participate. These Streets is partnering with Leica Gallery Boston + Leica Store Boston to host the meeting spot for the photowalk, alongside a panel discussion with photographers from the latest magazine issue. The panel discussion will start at 10AM on November 2nd, followed by the photowalk from 11AM - 12PM. 



Opening Reception

November 1, 2019

6:00PM - 10:00PM


Exhibition On View

November 1, 2019 - January 10th, 2020



Related Programs 

Free Panel Discussion featuring photographers from the latest Boston magazine issue.

November 2nd, 2019 10AM - 11AM at Leica Store Boston + Leica Gallery Boston

 Free Photowalk, November 2nd led by These Streets Magazine

Challenge - “Emotion & Gestures”

November 2nd, 2019 - 10AM - 12PM (2Hours Walking Duration)


Prize Pool Provided by

House of Roulx - 1 OG Photostock Premium Print of Winner’s Choice

More to be announced.



Leica Store Boston - start/end location

74 Arlington St,

Boston, MA 02116


General Information

Fort Point Arts Community

The Gallery at Atlantic Wharf

280 Congress Street Boston MA 02210

Gallery Hours are 7:00am - 10:00pm on Sunday - Saturday


Press Contact

Jenae Lien, Communications Coordinator,

Joshua Zamudio, Editor In Chief,



TCY (The Container Yard) has only been a part of the Los Angeles Arts District story since 2013, but the history of their space and the neighborhood goes back much further. TCY was the original site of the Mikawaya Corporation and the first mass production manufacturing plant for Japanese ice cream mochi. Originally comprised of 4 smaller adjoining plots, it was the late Frances Hashimoto and her husband Joel Friedman  who were responsible for putting the disparate pieces together, creating a singular 60000 square foot compound in the heart of downtown L.A. Frances and Joel left a legacy of fearlessness and creativity which seemed ingrained in the property’s DNA. From that point onwards, with a feeling of stewardship and inspiration, they followed their instincts to build what they felt was their own haven for creativity. Pursuing their own love for art and creative building, they started to hack, cut, paint and weld their way to where they are today. They feel that having that space has been an absolute privilege and blessing and they are forever grateful to all the artists and collaborators who participated and supported their endless experimentations. These Streets Magazine was one of those collaborators. From ideation to experimentation to execution, TCY provided a space for unfettered freedom and the pursuit of making things happen. 

Fort Point Arts Community

"The Fort Point Arts Community (FPAC) builds cultural vibrancy in Boston by cultivating an empowered community of artists, organizations, and supporters. FPAC promotes the work of our artists to a broad and diverse audience, advocates for art opportunities, develops permanent, affordable live-work studio space and ensures that art is an essential part of the life of a creative city. Fort Point is also home to over 300 artists who produce work in a wide array of media. It is recognized as one of New England’s largest artists’ communities.

 Atlantic Wharf is Boston's Cultural hub in the vibrant Waterfront District. It runs from the North End to South Station and is marked on two sides by Boston’s most iconic natural landmarks–Boston Harbor and the Rose Kennedy Greenway. The Gallery at Atlantic Wharf is programmed by the Fort Point Arts Community and features local and regional artists in thematic group exhibitions. Organized by guest curators, shows are selected through an open call process and generously funded by Boston Properties."

Printing Source - House of Roulx

House of Roulx is a company that embodies the word "eclectic." The visual arts purveyor sells photographs – and even the occasional painting – of iconic musicians, politicos, movie stars, Harry Houdini's family, and even elaborately dressed Victorian pets. The company works with artists and archives, and was formed by brothers Trevor and Jared Gendron.

Project Credits

Exhibition made possible by Fort Point Arts Community. Special thanks to Kelly Pederson and Kimberly Barnes

Exhibition Prints made possible by House of Roulx.

Advisor on Photographer Curation - Anabel Vazquez Rodriguez, Leica Gallery Curator

Editor on Manifesto - Stella Johnson, Leica Akademie Educator , Jenae Lien, TSM, Matthew Nordman, TSM

Victor "MARKA27" Quinonez, Street Theory Gallery

Leah Tripplet Harrington, Now and Then

Silvia Lopez Chavez

Indie Printing - Printing source for magazines

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