Your Company Name & Logo Here (2011)
Since Fall 2009 historian Michael Carriere and I have been working on a project documenting a range of community and economic initiatives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
On Friday, December 16, the first public presentation of that material will open at the Grohmann Museum in Milwaukee. The exhibition, entitled “Working Legacies: The Death and (After) Life of Post-Industrial Milwaukee,” will run at the Grohmann, 1000 N. Broadway, until February 6, 2012. A Gallery Night event with the two of us will run from 5-9pm on January 20, 2012.
Additional information about the show is available in this interview on Salon. Background information can be found on The Huffington Post. An image of the exhibition and sample photographs follow.
A view of “Working Legacies” at the Grohmann Museum
Foundry Worker at Falk Facility, Rexnord (2011)
House, Froedtert Malt Corporation/Malteurop (2011)
Chicago and Northwestern Transportation Company Swing Bridge (2011)
One thought on “Working Legacies: The Death and (After) Life of Post-Industrial Milwaukee”
Your photographs show a wonderful use of compositional techniques and lighting. I particularly like the use of that “golden moment” when there is still light in the sky and the buildings are lit by the set sun.
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