Exhibition Opening and Reception
Thursday, June 9
5:00 - 6:00 pm
Harbor View Gallery
Open to the public.
Join artist, Henry Horenstein, and New Bedford Whaling Museum Chief Curator, Naomi Slipp, as they discuss the photography in this series of works, which he calls "a portrait of a unique place and time. A history." Meet the artist and enjoy light refreshments.
About the Exhibition
Between 1970-77, Henry Horenstein took medium format photographs of his family, neighbors and friends – first, in the SouthCoast areas of New Bedford and Dartmouth and, later, in Greater Boston, where his parents moved.
Organized as a component of the NBWM exhibition and oral history initiative, Common Ground: Community Stories, this exhibition presents an intimate and photographically compelling look at life in the SouthCoast in the early 1970s.
About the Artist
New Bedford native, Henry Horenstein, is a professional photographer, filmmaker, and teacher, who studied at RISD in the 1970s under Harry Callahan, Aaron Siskind, and Minor White. A longtime professor of photography at RISD, Horenstein’s works are held in major museum collections and he is also the author of over 30 books.