City of Jersey City
GLENN D. CUNNINGHAM|
JERSEY CITY, NJ 07302
January 8, 2004 |
For Immediate Release
Contact: Jennifer Morrill|
ADVISORY ADVISORY ADVISORY
"Documenting the Peace Move/meant"
Photo Exhibit Documents the Anti-War Movement,
Demonstrations against Police Brutality and life in Cuba
JERSEY CITY - An exhibit with the works of Jersey City photographer Tracey Luszcz
will open during a reception at 6 p.m. on Thursday, January 8, 2004 in the City Hall
Rotunda, 280 Grove Street.
The exhibit, which includes dozens of black and white photographs, tells the story of the
American anti-war movement and other protests such as the killing of Earl Faison in
police custody. The photos focus on the role of youth in the peace demonstrations. On
'display are also several pieces of life in contemporary Cuba.
A second photo exhibit, "4 Seasons in the Bergen Arches" is currently on display on the
second floor of City Hall. The photographs include the work of five local artists and tell
the story of the double-track Bergen Tunnel that was part of the Erie Railroad, from the
past to its present state.
Andrzej Lech, whose work is displayed in the "4 Seasons" show received an award for
his work at the Venice Biennial Art Show in Italy.
For more information on the two exhibits or to interview one of the artists, please contact
Greg Brickey in the Cultural Affairs Department at (201) 547-4333.