Posters from Black Women's Photography Exhibit On Sale At Open Talk, 2p Feb. 17 @ NY's Lincoln Ctr

Posters from the exhibit, "underEXPOSED: Black Women Photographers in America", will be on sale at an open discussion in the Freida & Roy Furman Gallery @ the Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center. The talk is free and open to the public.
Feb. 16, 2008 - PRLog -- Two posters from the exhibit, "underEXPOSED: Black Women Photographers in America" will be on sale Sunday, February 17 during an open discussion. The photographers from the exhibit will participate in an open discussion at 2p, Sunday, February 17 at New York's Lincoln Center. Admission is free and open to the public.

This show is a traveling photography exhibit which will travel around the United States through 2008. The curator for the show is Ton`ya Leigh, a New York City-based Art Director and photographer.

Eight photographers are participating in the exhibit and the photography featured includes travel and nature photography to portrait and photojournalism work. The exhibiting photographers are: Patrina Hall-Madry, Deborah Terry, June Truesdale, Sheila SL Dawkins, Ton'ya Leigh, Michaelle Chapoteau, Noreen Mallory and Carucha L. Meuse.

One of the posters that will be for sale features a color collage of images from the photographers. The other features the black and white logo for the show which is
a pen and ink drawing of an African-American woman. The logo is the work of
Lawrence Joyner, an artist and CEO of Reconstruct Art, the sponsor for the show.

'underEXPOSED: Black Women Photographers in America" is sponsored by Reconstruct Art, a New York City-based non-profit 501(c)3 youth arts education program.

For more information, call 212.252.5172 or visit the website at or email
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