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PB PHOTO CENTRE to Present 'The BIG Picture' with ZUMA Press, May 18-July 30
The BIG Picture: It's Been a Minute!
Exhibition by Award-Winning ZUMA Press Photojournalists
Opening May 18 and Running Through July 30
This new exhibition will present "Pictures That Need to be Seen" and "Stories That Need to be Told" over a 12-month period capturing the Good, Bad, and Hopeful:
GOOD: The BIG wave family spirit, honoring 'Eddie Would Go!' aka 'The Eddie'—widely considered to be "the Super Bowl of Surfing." The legend of Eddie Aikau is an important part of Hawaiian Culture. He was a championship athlete, a waterman, and a family man who truly cared for others. Eddie was not just the first lifeguard for the entire North Shore, he saved over 500 people throughout his career, occasionally braving waves that reached 30 feet or higher when no one else would go out. "Spectacular images from the most recent event will open this exhibition because it's important to keep Eddie's legacy alive and inspire the next generation to live like he did," says Mc Kiernan.
BAD: Mother Nature's power was unleashed on Turkey and Syria through "the earthquake of the century," while Vladimir Putin's unprovoked invasion of Ukraine was riddled with war crimes and crimes against humanity. The impact of both events—natural and man-made—can still be felt globally, economically, and emotionally.
HOPE: What the victims of both earthquakes and war share is eternal hope, rising from miracle rescue stories and inspirational tales of human resilience—stunning, soul-searing images captured by ZUMA Press photographers.
1. OSCARS Night of Love, Empathy & Diversity: (March 12, 2023, Hollywood, California, USA) Directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert—known as the 'The Daniels'—won for Best Director for Everything Everywhere All at Once in the Press Room during the 95th Academy Awards, presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), at the Dolby Theatre. (Credit Image: © Kevin Sullivan/ZUMA Press Wire)
Available for Interview:
Fatima NeJame, Palm Beach Photographic Centre
561.253.2600 / email@example.com
Scott Mc Kiernan. ZUMA Press, Inc.
310.780.1552 / scott@ZUMAPRESS.com
Gary Schweikhart, PR-BS, Inc.
561.756.4298 / firstname.lastname@example.org