I want to invite you to my upcoming photography exhibit at the Brooklyn Library on Grand Army Plaza. Its titled "Twilight on the Waterfront - Brooklyn's Vanishing Industrial Heritage" and is about the Brooklyn industrial waterfront. It features rare views inside places like the Domino Sugar Refinery, Admirals Row, and underneath the Atlantic Yards.
The show opens on June 18th and goes to August 30th. On June 18th, there will be a "meet the artists" viewing of the work from 7:30pm to 9pm, in the Grand Lobby of the library.
It's very bold of the Brooklyn Library to be exhibiting "Twilight on the Waterfront" right now, especially since it opens on the same day as the Red Hook Ikea, and features several photos from the historic structures that were destroyed during the Ikea construction process. Also, most of the photos in the show were taken in off-limits places, places that the developers and corporations who control the Brooklyn waterfront don't want the public to see.
As you probably know, I'm a Brooklyn based photographer, living in Park Slope... my blog is at kensinger.blogspot.com and more information about my show can be seen here:http://kensinger.blogspot.com/2008/05/photo-exhibits.htm
Please email me if you have any questions about the exhibit. And please feel free to invite other people or organizations who you think would be interested!