Vanderwarker’s Pantheon

The Boston Globe raved today about my friend Peter Vanderwarker‘s photography exhibit at the Boston Athenaeum.  (Peter shot the image of the faux-Prada storefront on the postcard in my office window.) Titled “Vanderwarker’s Pantheon: Minds and Matter in Boston” the exhibit consists of 35 large-format photographs of people and places that define Boston for Peter.  Peter’s images are arresting, bold, and beautiful.  If you like photography, want to learn more about Boston, want to visit the Athenaeum–a Boston Brahmin location in its own right, at 10 1/2 Beacon Street–, or some combination of the above then check out the show.  It runs through May 2.

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