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Tijuana 1964: The Photography of Harry Crosby exhibit at @lajollahistory, until May 17
@ConsulmexSDi is proud to be part of this project in which the iconic photographer documented a historical moment in the development of the border city.
La Jolla Historical Society’s exhibit, ‘Tijuana 1964: The Photography of Harry Crosby’ – Point Loma
lajollahistory.org: Harry Crosby moved to La Jolla as a boy in 1935. In the 1950s, he had 12-year career as a science teacher at La Jolla High School, then pursued a second career in photography and history. One of his early assignments was to photograph Tijuana, where he discovered and recorded the vibrant life of the city and neighborhoods beyond common tourist areas. The rich photographic images he created of Tijuana’s urban and human landscapes chronicles community life and daily events. Tijuana 1964: the Photography of Harry Crosby presents an exhibition of original photographs from the period, crossing the international border to explore the shops, arcades, street vendors, fashions, vehicles, curios, churches, cemeteries, and diverse urban neighborhoods of the bustling Mexican city more than a half-century ago. Curated by Melanie Showalter.
— Vanguard Culture (@VanguardCulture) February 2, 2020
Don’t miss “Tijuana 1964: The Photography of Harry Crosby” exhibit at @lajollahistory, until May 17 🇲🇽📷. @ConsulmexSDi is proud to be part of this project in which the iconic photographer documented a historical moment in the development of the border city. pic.twitter.com/0yAnBsseLr
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