Masked Exhibit NYC

AJ Stetson got knocked out by COVID-19. After 25 days in solitary confinement, he finally went out in the world. As a photographer, he filled his creative appetite by taking over 500 photographs of New Yorkers in masks. Most were taken at Black Lives Matter and LGBTQ+ rallies. The photos led to the project

The exhibit runs through October 7th at the Friends Meeting House in the courtyard from sunrise to sunset. There will be two dozen four-foot vinyl panels that will revolve so each piece gets seen.

I love this. We must document these times.