Tonight To Do: Photographer Exhibit

photog Tonight To Do: Photographer Exhibit

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) and First Second Books are pleased to present a unique exhibit featuring photos and illustrations from the graphic novel The Photographer.

This exhibit offers a sample of the book that combines the late photojournalist Didier Lefèvre’s dramatic images and Emmanuel Guibert’s stunning artwork to bear witness to the hardships endured by the Afghan people throughout this conflict—and to the present day.

Location:
VII Gallery
28 Jay Street
Dumbo, Brooklyn, NY
Three blocks west of the York St. F-Train subway station.

Reception:
There will be an opening reception April 23 at 6:00pm.

Dates:
April 23 – May 19, 2009

Hours:
Monday – Friday
10am-6pm
Saturday & Sunday 12pm-6pm

Comments

  1. I saw the completed book at the ComicsPro meeting in Memphis and it’s every bit as great a follow up to Alan’s War as I thought it would be.

  2. Torsten Adair says:

    While the book is indeed impressive (shortlist for 2009), seeing the silver prints enlarged, with captions, really shows the reality of what the photographer witnessed. I hope the exhibit travels, so that others may see.

    (My only criticism… where is the hardcover Collector’s Edition?)

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