A unique photography exhibit that interprets the changing landscapes of South Central Los Angeles since the 1920s by featuring historic photographs from the archives of the Automobile Club of Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Sentinel
and California Eagle
newspapers, the Los Angeles Unified School District archives, the Harry Adams collection at Cal State Northridge, and the Huntington Library. Seven prominent African-American photographers were also charged to revisit the landscapes depicted in the historic pictures to photograph the contemporary landscapes of front yards, street corners, storefronts, railway stations, pool halls, factories, churches and parks now occupying these sites that portray a multi-generational tapestry of experience.
Soft cover; 88 pages.