Photograph of a young Afghani girl, Sharbat Gula, by Steve McCurry which appeared on the cover of National Geographic Magazine in the June 1985 issue. At the time the photograph was taken, she was living in a refugee camp in Pakistan This photograph became the defining image of the plight of refugees in the midst of civil war.Photo courtesy National Geographic Magazine.
THE POWER OF PHOTOGRAPHY: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 125 YEARS
On Thursday, January 30, 2014, the Silver Strand Art Group will tour this exhibition at Annenberg Space for Photography in Century City.
Prepare to be amazed! This is no ordinary installation of photographs statically installed on a museum wall. It is multimedia and interactive presentation of photographs made by the most outstanding photo-journalists of the 20th and 21st Century. The tour will be led by a docent.
Transportation and Parking: Cars will leave from the Silver Strand at 10:15am. The parking fee is minimal and will be shared by passengers in each car.
Admission is Free
LUNCH: After the exhibit we will have lunch at Cuvee Restaurant.
Please confirm by January 23,2014
by contacting Nora Nicosia, Marilee Karlsen, Clarissa Cervantes or Angela Durrant or leave a comment below and we will forward to them.
Please let then know if you can drive