Friday, September 21, 2012

Exhibit by James Lowell at the King Center


LONG AGO IN A PLACE CALLED VIETNAM
EXHIBIT BY JAMES LOWELL
September 4 - October 1
IN THE HARRIS CORPORATION ART GALLERY
AT THE KING CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

Award-winning photographer, James Lowell, will be showcasing his collection of black and white photography beginning September 4th in the Harris Gallery of the King Center for the Performing Arts.
This exhibit-Long Ago in a Place Called Vietnam-shows some of the faces of those who went about their daily lives in a war zone in 1965-1966.

Second Lieutenant James Lowell was 22 when he was assigned as leader of an Army photographic team based out of what was then called the city of Saigon. When off duty, he and his camera captured the faces of a changing world, the images of those people who were involved in their day-to-day activities in the streets, market places and military installations in and near this rapidly transforming city.

The exhibit will run through October 1st and can be viewed by ticketed patrons attending King Center main stage performances.

For more information, please contact James Lowell at 904-803-1626 or imagesbyjlowell.com

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