We’re excited to share with you news about local Charleston native, J. Henry Fair. Over the past few years, Fair has been documenting man’s impact on the environment through the eyes of his camera lens. An acclaimed photographer who now lives and works in New York City, Fair is coming back home to Charleston to exhibit his most recent project, Industrial Scars, at the Gibbes Museum of Art. The exhibit will show from December 16, 2010 until March 27, 2011.
Fair has worked extensively with Waterkeeper Alliance, NRDC, and other environmental organizations to shed light on the serious impacts of issues such as oil drilling, coal ash waste, and the recent BP oil disaster.
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