Internationally Exhibited Photographer Xiomaro Showcases Dual Exhibits in Morristown


Internationally acclaimed photographer Xiomaro is exhibiting two groundbreaking photo exhibits in Morristown for Hispanic Heritage Month. The exhibitions, which continue through the new year, offer a visual dialogue between the grandeur of America’s National Parks and the raw, emotive street life of New York City.

• Who: Xiomaro, a renowned photographer of Cuban-Puerto Rican descent.

• What: Two exhibits – “Xiomaro’s GIANT Portfolio” and “Xiomaro’s Street Haunting.”

• When: “GIANT Portfolio” runs from September 28, 2023, to January 9, 2024. “Street Haunting” is on view from October 16 to November 28, 2023.

• Where: “GIANT Portfolio” is in the Atrium Gallery at the Morris County Administration and Records Building, 10 Court Street. “Street Haunting” is at the Starlight Gallery at the Mayo Performing Arts Center, 100 South Street.

• Why: To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and provide a platform for the artist’s diverse range of works.

• How: Both exhibits are open to the public, with varying hours based on the venue.

Exhibits in Detail

• “Xiomaro’s GIANT Portfolio” comprises 43 large-scale photographs ranging from National Park commissions to street photography. The exhibit is presented in the Atrium Gallery’s 4th-floor main room, hallway, and elevator lobby. A free public reception takes place on September 28, 2023, from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. The gallery is open Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, and Thursdays until 7:30 pm.

• “Xiomaro’s Street Haunting” showcases 16 candid photographs capturing the lifeblood of New York City. Inspired by Virginia Woolf’s 1927 essay, “Street Haunting,” the exhibit is part of a larger Hispanic Heritage Month celebration at the Starlight Gallery. This exhibit opens to the public from October 16 to November 28, 2023. The gallery is accessible to ticket holders and by appointment on Tuesdays from noon to 2:00 pm.

Xiomaro has been commissioned by the National Park Service and has appeared on ABC, CBS, and News 12. Institutions like Harvard University and Morris Museum have exhibited his work. Xiomaro has also authored a book and was once in the music industry, representing celebrity recording artists.

Both exhibits promise to intrigue Morristown residents by providing an engaging juxtaposition of natural wonders and urban dynamism, effectively captured through Xiomaro’s lens.

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