A new traveling exhibition service from the Harbor History Museum and Bering Street Studio…where history and culture intersect time and place.
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A self-taught female photographer at a time when few women ventured beyond homemaking, Jini Dellaccio (1917-2014) photographed rising rock stars, emerging models, and local families. Her unique compositions and compassion for her subjects is evident in each frame.
Summary: 24 framed images (48″ x 50″), most in black and white, along with two 30″ x 30″ framed images and album covers; one digital frame featuring an additional 25 images on an automatic loop.
Square Footage Required: 1,000 – 2,000 sf
Availability: May 2018 through 2021
Reserve your dates now to receive a 10% discount on rental fees.
Rental Fee: $5,000 + shipping/handling
Created from a secret stash of photos, letters, and a 1945 diary left behind by World War II tail gunner Keith B. Lile, “Bomber Boys” reveals the unique, yet universal, story of the men who flew B-25 medium bombers for the 12th Army Air Corps. Theirs was the story told in satire by Joseph Heller in the novel Catch-22, and told here through images snapped anonymously in camp and from the terror of the skies.
Summary: 34 canvas wrapped images, 8 text and title panels, camp bunk set, and interactive “Fate Game.”
Square Footage: 1,000-2,000 sf depending on layout of space
Availability: Through 2020, the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II
Rental Fee: $7500 + shipping/handling (includes 2 days of installation by our team)