March 04, 2003
XAM! Corky Lee Slide Show
Still debating tonight's scheduled event:
The Asian/Pacific/American Studies Program & Institute of NYU presents:
Corky Lee, the pre-eminent photographer and documentarian of the Asian/Pacific American community in New York extends his residency at A/P/A Studies. As a complement to his Fall exhibition: "A Photographic Journey with Corky Lee: An 'ABC' Views Chinatown, NYC in the 1970s," Lee presents a slide show with rarely seen images of Asian Americans protesting the Vietnam War. Join us as Lee recounts the stories behind the photos.
Tuesday, March 4th
6pm to 8pm
A/P/A Studies, NYU
269 Mercer Street, Suite 609
Posted by ronn at March 4, 2003 04:19 PM
So did you go? Wish I could have seen it. I saw one of his exhibitions (at least I think it was him) a few months ago, and it was pretty good. Strange to see his work, me being an Asian-American who grew up as a significant minority in a different country.
OK, let's try this again: PatCH, I was a lazy bastard last night after helping an ex move and having a late lunch with my brother.
Corky Lee was the recent Artist-in-Residence at the A/P/A Institute where last night's slide show took place.
I love his mix of politics and art and first became aware of his work through PBS (POV, their documentary series?).
Hope the move to the 7-1-8 went well.
Hello, I am trying to get in touch with Corky Lee. Could you help me?