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| || September 11 Photo Project: Images from the SOHO exhibit reflecting events and reactions to the September 11 tragedy in New York City. March 08, 2002 Faces of Ground Zero: "Faces of Ground Zero" is a traveling exhibition of life-size photographs of emergency workers, survivors and relatives of victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks that is currently being shown in London. The nine-foot by four-foot images were made by veteran Life photographer Joe McNally.
McNally used a one-of-a-kind Polaroid camera in the Moby C studio in lower Manhattan. The camera measures 12-foot by 16-foot by 12-foot, or about the size of a one-car garage.
"Ive been shooting through tears a lot," said McNally during the sessions. "Ive heard countless stories of heroism, loss and recovery. There hasn't been a single bitter or angry word. The mood in the studio has been one of acceptance and healing. Anger has been absent." March 04, 2002 Teaching the Taliban: Taliban students learn the "pure" version of Islam at some 5,000 religious schools in Pakistan's northwest provinces. The movement grew out of villages in southern Afghanistan and in these Madrasseh and now controls most of Afghanistan. It also protects Saudi fugitive Osama bin Laden, who has called for a Jihad against the West and the U.S. in particular. September 18, 2001 Black and White: Photographs from the Newseum exhibit Black and White: Images from the Civil Rights Movement February 19, 2001 The Work of Michael Graves: Architect and Designer spans the globe. February 12, 2001 Robert McNeeley Views Campaign 2000: November 13, 2000 War and Peace in Eritrea: Documentary photographer Cheryl Hatch covers the destruction and social cirsis caused by war in Eritrea. July 13, 2000 Pictures for the American People: Norman Rockwell (1894 - 1978)
Pictures for the American People Exhibit is at the Corcoran Gallery of Art
(June 17 - September 24, 2000) July 05, 2000 |
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