Scenic Hudson Photo Exhibit at Grand Central Terminal on Oct. 25

On Time and Place: Celebrating Scenic Hudson’s 50 Years

Beacon's Pete Seeger, 2013 © Annie Leibovitz. From ”Scenic Hudson” (2013)

Beacon’s Pete Seeger, 2013
© Annie Leibovitz. From ”Scenic Hudson” (2013)

Join Scenic Hudson in Manhattan this Friday, Oct. 25, for the grand finale of 50th anniversary celebrations. A special expanded version of the curated anniversary photo exhibition – On Time and Place: Celebrating Scenic Hudson’s 50 Years — will be at Vanderbilt Hall in Grand Central Terminal from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

This will be the only chance to see a special collection of photographs by Annie Leibovitz that honor Scenic Hudson’s half-century of work.

The piece by the renowned photographer will be a large-scale installation of 150 images. The exhibition also will feature images by 12 other photographers noted for their Hudson Valley works. The diverse group of artworks includes traditional landscapes but also views of waterfronts in transformation and places bearing scars of pollution and other challenges still to be addressed.

Adults and kids will enjoy a large interactive display that showcases Scenic Hudson parks reachable by Metro-North’s Hudson Line and opportunities these outdoor destinations offer to learn about the valley’s unique beauty, history and natural resources.

This exhibit will be on view for one day only.

Ned Sullivan, Constitution Marsh Audubon Center and Sanctuary, Cold Spring, New York, 2013 © Annie Leibovitz. From ”Scenic Hudson” (2013)

Ned Sullivan, Constitution Marsh Audubon Center and Sanctuary, Cold Spring, New York, 2013
© Annie Leibovitz. From ”Scenic Hudson” (2013)


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