Friday, September 17, 2010


Bill Eppridge: An American Treasure continues through September 26. This first-ever retrospective for the acclaimed photojournalist has been a major event since its opening on July 2. As a fitting conclusion to the exhibit, we have gathered here some articles about the exhibit and Bill Eppridge.

Review: The Magazine - Bill Eppridge's work was as epic as the times themselves

Review: The Albuquerque Journal - An Eye on the Times

Documentary film: The Eye of The Storm  tells the story of the assassination of Bobby Kennedy through the eyes of five photojournalists, four of whom were in the room when he was shot.

Documentary film: Neshoba: The Price of Freedom revisits civil rights tragedy that Bill Eppridge covered

The historic master vintage print of Robert F. Kennedy shot included in Bill Eppridge: An American Treasure

Opening reception for Bill Eppridge: An American Treasure attended by Governor Bill Richardson

Bill Eppridge in High Museum exhibit Road To Freedom - Photographs from the Civil Rights Movement
(Travelled to Skirball Center and Bronx Museum of Art)

Bill Eppridge in Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance, and the Camera at Tate Modern and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Bill Eppridge in Folkwang Museum exhibit A Star is Born - Photography and Rock Since Elvis

Bill Eppridge at Woodstock

Bill Eppridge Receives the Prestigious Missouri Honor Medal for Distinguished Service in Journalism

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