Gordon Parks lived twenty lifetimes, a veritable renaissance man whose artistic output spanned photography, film, writing, and music.
On Friday, June 28 from 7-9pm, The National Jazz Museum in Harlem All Stars, celebrate this legacy by performing to a selection of photographs, Gordon Parks: A Harlem Family 1967 at the Studio Museum in Harlem. Parks shot the Fontenelle family for Life magazine. An arresting portrayal of U.S. poverty, the photographs chronicle the family’s experiences.
The interactive concert asks audience members to identify various sounds of the city, or family life. Images from the original essay as well as several unpublished ones —some which have never been displayed publicly—are included within the exhibition, according to the Studio Museum in Harlem. If you are in New York City this a not-to-miss event!
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