You will find a new Special Exhibit up on I Photo Central, added to the other 21 exhibits that were already on display. We have also continued to change images and add to our essays for all our Special Exhibits, so they are all worth another peek, especially if you have not looked lately.
"Face Time: A Survey of Photographic Portraits from 1844 to 1965" is an exhibit by I Photo Central member Lee Gallery. One of the very first uses of photography was to make portraits. With the invention of photography a more truthful and accurate portrait was available to a majority of the public. Over the years both formal and informal portrait photography have remained popular. This exhibit takes a look at portraits made from photography's beginnings through the first half of the 20th century.
Face Time will be on display from March 1-April 30, 2004 at the Lee Gallery, Nine Mount Vernon Street, Winchester, MA. The gallery hours are Monday through Friday 10am-5:30pm and by appointment. For more information please call 1-781-729-7445.
The show may also be viewed on the Web at http://www.iphotocentral.com/showcase/showcase_view.php/48/7/0 and at
You can see this fine exhibit, along with 20 others at: http://www.iphotocentral.com/showcase/showcase.php . We are constantly changing and updating these exhibits as we get in new items, so if you have not looked at them in the last few days, you probably have not seen a lot of the material on display even in the older Special Exhibits.