CAY-SOPHIE RABINOWITZ, OSMOS editor-in-chief and co-curator of the show, holds Bev Grant's collage of Miss America protest photographs from 1968. Peggy Dobbins looks for herself. Show is up until Oct 30 at 50 E. 1st St.
crowd at September 7, 2018 OSMOS gallery for the opening of the Exhibit of 1968 Photographs from Bev Grant's Archives, including of the Jeannette Rankin Brigade, Miss America protest, W.I.T.C.H. hexing Wall St, Young Lords, Black Panthers, Operation Move In, the Fillmore Take over, Living Theatre and other Movement events. Click pic of crowd to see more from the opening
I had to admire "the eye," actually the eyes, of Cay-Sophie Rabinowitz and Alison GingerasAlison Gigeras that saw in Bev Grant's photographs photographs of our generation what needs to be seen by theirs. Osmos Gallery is at 50 E. 1st Street in Manhattan. The offices of OSMOS, the art magazine magazine are behind it. The show will be up until October 30,2018
ALISON M. GINGERAS, co-curator of the OSMOS exhibit of photographs from BEV GRANT's archive with Bev and Kathie Sarachild talk about the Women's Liberation Movement 50 years ago. #metoo and #believesurvivors.
updated Aug 27,2021 Now back in Atlanta. Working with Donna Stephens as member of Chattahoochee Brick Company Descendants Coalition she spearheads and Board of FFRN (Fund For Reparations Now, composed of whites in different parts of US who raise funds for reparation projects authenticated as reparation and assigned to us by NAARC (National African American Reparation Commission, pending passage of H.R. 40. Please feel free to use anything on my site and I'll be honored if you do; but if you do, please cite Peggy Dobbins and include a link to peggydobbins.net