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Chris Enos: The Remaking of Boston

Exhibition Opening:
June 12, 2012
Exhibition Closing:
August 31, 2012

Chris Enos: The Remaking of Boston

Extended through Labor Day weekend! This exhibit is on view through Monday, September 3. BSA Space is open daily 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.

The Photographic Resource Center (PRC) presents Chris Enos: The Remaking of Boston, a series of 19 photographs by photographer and PRC founder Chris Enos. From 1975 to 1980, Enos documented her neighborhood, the Leather District and Fort Point Channel, at a time of tremendous urban revitalization in Boston. During this time, the historically industrial neighborhood transformed from gritty artist studios to the polished financial and cultural centers they are today. The BSA Space exhibition captures not only a portrait of Boston that would soon disappear but also the process of urban revival. As such, this series is an important document of the architectural history of Boston at the moment of its remaking. All prints are vintage silver gelatin prints made by the artist.