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by Lela Scott MacNeil
October 20th, 2011

Before the late celebrated photographer (and Rooftop Alum) Tim Hetherington left for Libya last spring, he was involved in planning the Bronx Documentary Center, a wonderful new space for photography, film, and new media in the South Bronx.

Starting Saturday, Oct. 22nd, they will be exhibiting Tim’s gripping last photos and multimedia from Libya–much of it never before seen.  His family will be at the opening. Join them in honoring the life and work of a truly great man.

VISIONS: TIM HETHERINGTON

October 22 – December 2, 2011

OPENING RECEPTION AND LAUNCH EVENT – Sat., Oct. 22 6PM-10PM

Join the Bronx Documentary Center for their launch and the opening of Visions: Tim Hetherington. Located in a recently-revitalized building in the South Bronx, the BDC will develop a series of exhibitions and educational programs to help connect international events to the lives of Bronx residents of all ages.

614 Courtlandt Avenue (@ 151st St.) Bronx, NY 10451

Directions
Subway: 2/5 train to 3rd Avenue-149th Street (three stops outside Manhattan)
BX6, BX13, BX32, BX41 / 24-hour parking available directly next door to BDC

For more information:  info@bronxdoc.orgwww.bronxdoc.org

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