Marked, Unmarked, Remembered: A Geography of American History (Photographs by Andrew Lichtenstein)

Marked, Unmarked, Remembered: A Geography of American History (Photographs by Andrew Lichtenstein)

Jan 22, 2019 — Mar 22, 2019
Pollak Theatre, Monmouth University
400 Cedar Ave., W. Long Branch, NJ 07764
Dates & Times
Feb 20: 10:00am — 5:00pmFeb 21: 10:00am — 5:00pmFeb 22: 10:00am — 5:00pmFeb 23: 10:00am — 5:00pmFeb 24: 10:00am — 5:00pmFeb 25: 10:00am — 5:00pmFeb 26: 10:00am — 5:00pmFeb 27: 10:00am — 5:00pmFeb 28: 10:00am — 5:00pmMar 1: 10:00am — 5:00pmMar 2: 10:00am — 5:00pmMar 3: 10:00am — 5:00pmMar 4: 10:00am — 5:00pmMar 5: 10:00am — 5:00pmMar 6: 10:00am — 5:00pmMar 7: 10:00am — 5:00pmMar 8: 10:00am — 5:00pmMar 9: 10:00am — 5:00pmMar 10: 10:00am — 5:00pmMar 11: 10:00am — 5:00pmMar 12: 10:00am — 5:00pmMar 13: 10:00am — 5:00pmMar 14: 10:00am — 5:00pmMar 15: 10:00am — 5:00pmMar 16: 10:00am — 5:00pmMar 17: 10:00am — 5:00pmMar 18: 10:00am — 5:00pmMar 19: 10:00am — 5:00pmMar 20: 10:00am — 5:00pmMar 21: 10:00am — 5:00pmMar 22: 10:00am — 5:00pm
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Event Description

From Wounded Knee to the Edmund Pettus Bridge, Marked, Unmarked, Remembered presents photographs by Andrew Lichtenstein of significant sites from U.S. history, posing unsettling questions about the contested memory of traumatic episodes from the nations past. Focusing especially on landscapes related to African American, Native American and labor history, Lichtenstein reveals new vistas of officially commemorated sites, sites that are neglected or obscured, and sites that serve as a gathering place for active rituals of organized memory. Curator: Mark Ludak, Department of Art and Design