Earlier this week, I made a stop to look at the show of Daniel’s PRP photos at the Mercy Corps Action Center (MCAC) in lower Manhattan. And, yes, of course I took some photos.
Here is a view of the venue from the new-ish Irish Hunger Memorial, which now occupies the park formerly known as the Vesey Green:
As you enter the Action Center, you’ll see a wall panel of nine prints.
Turn around and take another couple of steps and you’ll see this wall panel, with four composite prints out of six, displaying 26 different images. The bush-meat monkey head photo, lower left, is displayed at a convenient height for young kids; a staff member said this photo has left a strong impression on everyone – and is a favorite of teenage boys.
Further down the wall there is another wall panel of nine photos.
And finally, here’s a few more details from the show:
The photos will be displayed only for another nine days, it comes down off their walls after Nov. 15th until the end of November. If you’re in the NYC area, please try to make it down there to see the photos if you haven’t already. Thanks!
Here is a link about the show from the MCAC: