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STEVE SCHAPIRO AND THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
May 26 – October 3, 2017
»I have a dream« - these words by Martin Luther King Jr. symbolize the idea behind the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s: the dream of a world without racism and discrimination. The special exhibition »EYEWITNESS: STEVE SCHAPIRO AND THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT« is dedicated to this idea and follows the footsteps of those activists who have fought on the frontlines for the equality of African-Americans.
Within the framework of the exhibition, Museum THE KENNEDYS presents 42 black-and-white photographs of the renowned photographer Steve Schapiro. As an »Eyewitness«, Schapiro documented the crucial moments of the Civil Rights Movement between 1962 and 1968. Among them the legendary Selma-to-Montgomery-March of 1965.
OBAMA: AN INTIMATE PORTRAIT
THE PRESIDENCY IN PHOTOGRAPHS BY PETE SOUZA
October 12, 2017 to February 11, 2018
Museum THE KENNEDYS is proud to announce its show »Obama: An Intimate Portrait«, the
first exhibition on the Obama presidency in Germany. It includes 65 photographs of Pete Souza, the former Chief White Hosue Photographer (2009–2017).
More information following soon.
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