This late summer exhibition explores the diversity and evolving landscape of the Big Apple, from street scenes to architectural studies, through a survey of both vintage and modern views.
Photographs from the 1920’s – 1960’s of New York will include street scenes of kids playing and entertaining themselves in a variety of nostalgic city kid ways.
Summer scenes from Coney Island will be included. Both Morris Engel and Harold Feinstein captured the energy of Coney Island like no others.
Also included in this exhibition are the captivating and iconic images of New York by John Albok. A master at documenting everyday life, John Albok’s passion and gentle spirit captures the rich life of a majestic city.
Michael Kenna, a contemporary artist, provides us with stellar images of New York architecture. His studies of the enigmatic Brooklyn Bridge, the Chrysler Building, and Empire State building reflect his high regard for great design and engineering that dictate a great city.
This exhibition coincides with PDNB’s third Biennial FUN SHOW! New Items and reduced pricing will be added to the FUN SHOW! for the opening of the New York exhibition.
Opening event – Saturday, August 8, 2015 from 2:00 – 8:00 PM.
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