Posted in Art, Culture by akacocolopez on June 30, 2008


The Bronx Museum’s Teen Council class of 2007-2008 organizes a small exhibition of photographs by Jamel Shabazz based on the theme of community. During their tenure, the Teen Council conducted an interview with Shabazz for the education department’s DVD series. The teens worked in collaboration with Shabazz and assistant curator Erin Riley-Lopez to put the exhibition together.

Haven’t checked it out yet, but I’m definitely going soon.

March 2nd – August 4th 2008

@ The Bronx Museum

1040 Grand Concourse @ 165th St. Bronx, NY



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  1. stalherz said, on July 2, 2008 at 3:25 pm

    Nice. thanks for letting us know about this. There is something about a photograph that is unlike any other art form. I mean, it captures a moment and lets the view what happened leading up to it and what happened after.

    Like take pieces out of time.


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