Long Island Photo Gallery invites public to attend My Long EYEland, slide presentation by Holly Gordon…all about finding one’s visual voice…..

Long Island Photo Gallery is hosting a slide talk on developing personal vision through photography and draws inspiration from the Long Island landscape. My Long EYEland, photographic images by Holly Gordon, originated as a photography exhibition that debuted at the Long Island MacArthur Airport Gallery in 2015 and has been transformed into a slide program to share the creative journey with photographers who are searching for their visual voice.

Your participation in the “My Long EYEland – Finding Your Visual Voice” event includes:

  • EDUCATIONAL slideshow and talk titled “My Long EYEland”
  • Q & A discussion with Holly Gordon, LIPG Curators and fellow attendees
  • INSPIRATION & new potential for your visual voice
  • REFRESHEMENTS
DATE: Saturday, May 6th, 2017
TICKETS: $50/pp
TIME: 1:00pm-2:30pm
LOCATION: Long Island Photo Gallery
467 Main Street
Islip, NY 11751

Holly Gordon honored to print Philip Jones Griffiths’ Viet Nam Exhibition photographs

I am honored to have had the privilege have to print Philip Jones Griffiths’ photographs for this invaluable documentary photography exhibition today. Thank you LIU Brooklyn campus for recognizing the importance of hosting this exhibit.

The Humanities Gallery is a work of ART unto itself.

In the photo below (l to r) are George Carrano, curator of the exhibit, Fanny Ferrato and Dick Hughes, founder of the Shoeshine Boys Project Check them out.

Fanny Ferrato, Philip’s daughter honored us by coming to the reception. She is the daughter of renowned photographer Donna Ferrato whose powerful book Living with the Enemy was designed by Philip, her husband. Donna Ferrato is also credited with many provocative and evocative photography books today. Check her website and be awed!

They are all well-worth the clicks!

Veterans for Peace Full Disclosure initiative counters the Official 13-year long commemoration of the American War in Viet Nam. This short collection of photographs, supporting the Full Disclosure campaign, of the American War by the legendary Magnum photographer drawn from the heralded 2005 career survey “50 Years on the Frontlines” 

“His pictures of the American war in Vietnam amount to one of the great tragic portraits of their time, and are required viewing in ours” The New York Times

Philip Jones Griffiths’ Vietnam

March 1-24, 2017

Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus
Humanities Gallery
1 University Plaza
Brooklyn, NY 11201-5372

Hours: Monday-Friday 9 am to 6 pm
Saturday/Sunday 10 am to 5 pm
B, Q, R to DeKalb Avenue
2,3,4,5 to Nevins Street
A, C, F to Jay Street

For more information, call
718-488-1198