OverExposure: What's New?
Co Exhibitions' one-night-only show, "OverExposure: What's New?," has been years in the making. The huge photography project began in 2006 in an effort to capture shifts in populations and the economy, and other changes occurring in various Twin Cities neighborhoods. Over the past couple of years OverExposure, a nonprofit organization, has awarded $62,000 in grants to 15 photographers in order to fully flesh out the series, hosting smaller exhibitions and community forums along the way. This Saturday, you can see the final result, as over 1,000 images featuring 102 metro neighborhoods will be on display. The party will also celebrate the project's website, whatsnew.overexposuremedia.org, a fascinating and complex page filled with images paired with census data. (Pictured: Sarah Stacke, Riverside Plaza West Bank)
Sat., March 16, 7-10 p.m., 2013
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