Current and recent shows from around the country. More information is available if you have an interest in hosting an exhibition of this work.
Matt Herron, 1964
Matt Herron, At Work in Mississippi, 1966
Courtesy of Bob Fitch Photo Archives
© 1966, Stanford University Library

Current Shows

This Light of Ours: Activist Photographers of the Civil Rights Movement
is on exhibit at The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, Cleveland, Ohio through May 14, 2017. For a look at the exhibit installation, please visit The Maltz Museum.

The Maltz Museum has agreed to take over distribution of /This Light/ to museums throughout the US, and has extended its exhibition life for an additional five years.

Recent Shows

I'm Walkin' For My Freedom: The Selma March and Voting Rights
Gail Keenan Gallery
Pass Christian, Mississippi

The Selma March was the largest and most significant march in civil rights history, and it led directly to passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. The Act mandated federal oversight of all US counties with a history of voter discrimination against African Americans, and it opened the door to voting for most Americans.

Gail Keenan Gallery, Pass Christian, Mississippi

Proposed Shows

Food On Our Table: The History of Migrant Farm Labor Through Cesar Chavez and Beyond

In the process finalizing details. Please check back soon.