Re: [sixties-l] Re: whole world is watching

From: ARON KAY (
Date: Tue Sep 18 2001 - 19:41:33 EDT

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    hey i am 51, with some physical problems, but i still have a good
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    these fascist scumbags created their own frankenstein by concocting the
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    From: "monkerud" <>
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    Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2001 2:02 AM
    Subject: [sixties-l] Re: whole world is watching

    > Woops, too much to do to catch up from last week... it was a good
    > show, some very good photographs, some great comaraderie and the sad
    > notice that many of us have gray hair and are aging! But the spirit
    > lives on .... Harold Adler was one of the currators and worked on
    > this for over five years. Says he previewed over 1000 photos... and
    > there's a book with some very well done duo-tones... and essays by a
    > number of people you'd recognize...
    > best, Don
    > >I'll be attending and perhaps others on the list... a review afterwards.
    > >
    > >best, Don
    > >
    > >
    > >>Nothing against the Berkeley Art Center or this photo exhibit on the
    > >>but I'm surprised at some of the photographers not included and that so
    > >>of those active here--in Berkeley and Bay Area--not only were not
    > >>but knew nothing of this exhibit before now. Seems this may be a good
    > >>production but rather less than definitive.
    > >>Paula

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