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From Paris to Syracuse

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From Paris to Syracuse From Paris to Syracuse: Street Photography from the Collections of the Everson and Light Work

From 19th century Parisian boulevards to late 20th century scenes of downtown Syracuse, the images included in this exhibition explore the many diverse aspects of life in the city: busy shopfronts and beach boardwalks, crowded fairs and quiet parks and streets teeming with or devoid of human presence. Featuring over 60 works by 22 photographers, the exhibition includes examples by such internationally known figures as Eugène Atget, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Robert Doisneau and Garry Winogrand, as well as photographers who have worked locally, such as Toren Beasley, Michael Davis and Bruce Gilden.

Michael Davis, Boston, 1998, gelatin silver print, 8½ x 12½ inches. Courtesy of the Light Work Collection.