Weegee the Famous (Arthur Fellig), "Movie Ecstasy - The Kiss," 1943
Ongoing at UO's White Box: The More Things Change... Relocating Weegee Photographs
. "The photographs by 'Weegee the Famous' depict the gritty reality of New York street life of the '30s and '40s. His shocking and beautiful black-and-white images show crime scenes, urban life, street kids, and emerging counterculture..." Ellen and Alan Newberg, from whose collection the show is drawn, will give a talk about their family relationship with Fellig and his career.
Exhibition • July 1-30, 2010
Collector talk • 5:30-6:30pm • July 29
• 24 NW 1st
RECESS, the newish space in the Artistery, presents Social Net Works
, featuring "works pertaining to ways humans interact socially in the light of technological influences, and how these interactions might be shifting and developing in today's cultural climate."
Opening reception • 6:30pm • July 14
• 4135 Division • email@example.com
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