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NYC this weekend
Old 10-30-2018   #1
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NYC this weekend

Anyone know of good photo shows in Chelsea galleries or museums running thru this weekend in NYC?

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https://www.bronxdoc.org/exhibits/wa...liberia/detail

Chris Hondros and Tim Hetherington exhibition at Bronx Documentary Center
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I can't find anything special going on in photography at MoMA from their website; not sure if that can be right; it is strange to me that they wouldn't have anything.
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I recommend the Eugene Richards exhibition, The Run-on of Time at ICP in the Bowery. It on through Jan 6, 2019. In B&W, it's a very sobering exhibition.
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I recommend the Eugene Richards exhibition, The Run-on of Time at ICP in the Bowery. It on through Jan 6, 2019. In B&W, it's a very sobering exhibition.
I should visit soon. I missed the HCB and Elliot Erwitt exhibition prior to this one because I kept passing up every opportunity to go thinking it would be on display for an extended time
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I should visit soon. I missed the HCB and Elliot Erwitt exhibition prior to this one because I kept passing up every opportunity to go thinking it would be on display for an extended time
I was lucky enough to see that exhibition. I like both photographers but it was a lop-sided show because HCB was so big and strong compared to Erwitt's work from Pittsburgh. Kind of jarring to move from one portion of the gallery into the other without an eye-palette cleansing.
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