June 1, 2006
Here is your Thursday round up of some exhibitions around the country:
Our image of Weegee is that of the prototypical New York tabloid news photographer: tough, garrulous, and on the scene, ready to cover two murders in one night. But the inventive Jewish immigrant Arthur Fellig (1899â€“1968), who assumed the self-mocking nickname Weegee, was also one of the most original and creative photographers of the twentieth century.
Check out this link and see a sample of this and some of the other great images to see here.
Farewell to Daylight – Pace MacGill Gallery
32 E. 57th St., 9th floor
Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery
This is just one of our favorite galleries. The nicest folks to deal with also.
Check them out online or if you are in the Dallas area, definitely stop in.
The gallery is located at:
3115 Routh Street, Dallas, TX 75201
End Times – Jill Greenberg
We’ve spoken about this exhibit before. Controversial, lots of press for and against.
You’ve got to see it for yourself. Children at their breaking point, their end times.
Check out a sample image at: Paul Kopeikin Gallery
Paul Kopeikin Gallery
6150 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles, California 90048
tel 323.937.0765 fax 323.937.5974
Just a quick look around the country. Check out the RESOURCES page under “Galleries” for lots more listings.
If you have a gallery and would like to be listed here, please send you info to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have a sample image from the exhibit we’ll be happy to post it with the listing.
Did we miss your locale ? Have you seen an exhibit that you want everyone to know about? Send us the details and we’ll help you share.