The Alice Austen House Museum is pleased to invite you to the opening reception for:
Nina Berman: Purple Hearts
Photographs and interviews with
American soldiers wounded in Iraq.
Sunday March 18, 2:00-6:00pm
Close to the eve of the 4th Anniversary of the Iraq War this exhibit offers an intimate understanding of the human cost of war through the experiences of severely wounded soldiers.
The portraits were taken in soldiers’ homes, in military hospitals and on Army bases across the United States in 2003 and 2004.
The exhibit opens on March 4 and remains on view till April 29.
Gallery tour and discussion with Nina Berman:
April 1, 2007 at 2:00pm
Take the 1/9 to South ferry, W/R to Whitehall Street
or 4/5 to Bowling Green Station
From the Staten Island Ferry:
Take the #S51 bus to the corner of Hylan Boulevard
The Alice Austen House Museum
is located 1 block east on the waterfront at
2 Hylan Boulevard, Staten Island, NY 10305
Telephone: (718) 816-4506
Thursday through Sunday, 12:00pmâ€“5:00pm
This exhibition has been made possible by a generous grant
from the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs.
Upcoming Shows at Alice Austen House Museum for 2007 include:
May/June: Trent Parkeâ€™s Minutes to Midnight
July/August: Christine Osinski-Recent Work
September/October: Tim Hetherington – Liberia
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