Hurricane Sandy: Through the Lens of Local Photographers.
On View: March 22 – April 27
Opening Reception: March 21, 6 – 8:30pm [RSVP HERE]
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In the hours and days after Superstorm Sandy, we emerged from our safe havens to assess the damage and make plans for recovery. We recorded what we saw with our cameras. We came together as a community to help our neighbors.
In response to the tremendous stories of destruction and survival, ArtsWestchester asked the community to share photographs documenting Sandy’s wake. More than 50 photographers submitted hundreds of images for consideration. The result is a community-powered exhibition.
Many of the images put nature’s power on display. The stories of Hurricane Sandy are stories of endurance and survival, of community and kindness. The hundred-plus images by some 50 individuals are personal stories that speak to our collective experience of an historic storm.
The exhibit will also feature photos from The Journal News’ vast archives of images that document the havoc wreaked along the Hudson and in Rockland County.
Frank Becerra Jr.
Matthew E. Brown
Marianne A. Campolongo
Tina F. Chan
Van Allen Collins
Peter D. Nagy
Isabel Reynaltti Negron
Donna P. Simons
Tom Van Buren