Jules Miranda’s Personal Show at MoonLab 42
On April 29th the concept store MoonLab 42 will open an exhibition featuring the works of Washington Heights-based Puerto Rican photographer Jules Miranda. Jules will present a collection of ten photographs of Unforeseen Beauty that came out of the serendipitous incidents of her process. The images were a result of happy accidents, mistakes with exposure, and unexpected candid moments. The photographs showcase the beauty that can be found in the unplanned.
The exhibition will take place from August 29th through May 6th. Please join us for the opening party on Saturday, April 29th from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
Attendance is free and open to the public.
About Jules Miranda
Jules is a self-taught Puerto Rican analog photographer based in NYC. Her background in dance, theatre, and music gave her a deep appreciation for performing and visual arts. Over the past three years since Jules started establishing herself as a freelance photographer, she has been specializing in portraits, weddings, events, and concerts. The artist finds the most gratifying aspect of photography in helping people who believe they are unphotogenic to overcome their doubts. In 2022 Jules released a zine called “Female on Film” where her intimate portraits of femme-identifying people were accompanied by the subjects’ confessional writings on their relationships with their bodies. Profits from the zine are donated to “Fo’s Feminista” – an international Planned Parenthood. Today, Jules lives in Washington Heights with her two cats Freddie and Lashonda and keeps experimenting with her cameras