Join us: Images of Havana exhibition by Alain Bourgeois


Join us: Images of Havana exhibition by Alain Bourgeois


Tuesday, November 10, 


 | 6:00 – 9:00 pm



103 Norfolk Street, New York, NY 10002 (



Exhibition from November 10 – November 14, 2015

Gallery Hours | Tuesday to Sunday | 12-6pm



Indrani Nicodemus | 212.405.6024 or

All proceeds from the sale of images will exclusively

benefit the 


About Alain Bourgeois

Alain Bourgeois served, in the 1980’s, as an Acting Justice of the New York State Supreme Court, assigned to a homicide trial part in New York City. In the ensuing years, while continuing his 40-year long career in the field of criminal law, he has devoted himself to photography, traveling the world as a documentarian of senescence, the effects of the passage of time upon urban environments. In this effort, he has repeatedly visited the city of Havana seeking to make and preserve a record of the unique and transitory beauty of a city in inexorable decay.


In mounting the current exhibition – all proceeds of which will solely benefit the Innocence Project – he brings together his commitments to the cause of criminal justice and the art of photography in an evocative display of what he describes as “the wonders of a dying city on the cusp of economic renewal.” 

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