BETWEEN MIDNIGHT AND DAY
The Blues Photographs of Dick Waterman
This exhibition of the photographs of Dick Waterman (b. 1935) celebrates the rich heritage of one of America’s greatest cultural legacies: the blues. It brings together 40 of his most significant and enduring images of many of the greatest blues legends of all time. Waterman’s photographs, many taken during the first blues revival in the mid-1960s, constitute a uniquely important visual documentation of the musical artists who created and performed blues music.
SPACE REQUIREMENT: Approximately 120 linear feet
Exhibition developed and distributed by Exhibits Development Group in collaboration with Govinda Gallery. Images ©Dick Waterman/Courtesy Govinda Gallery