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Don Pinder: Eyes on the Island

Don Pinder: Eyes on the Island comprises more than 50 black-and-white and color photographs made during Don Pinder’s (1925-2003) 35 year career of documenting Key West history and culture. It is the first exhibition devoted exclusively to the work created by the Key West Citizen photographer during his long career in Key West – including many works never before published or shown.

Don Pinder: Eyes on the Island tells Key West’s history on an intimate scale, highlighting stories we may have otherwise missed or people and places that we have forgotten.  The exhibition allows us to reflect on over three decades of history told through the eyes of Don,” says Dr. Cori Convertito, curator and historian for the Key West Museum of Art & History.  “His photographs are essential records of an island that has had an enormous influence on South Florida culture.  His images provide an insider’s view of the community – its business owners, political activists, and creatives, as well as its mothers, fathers, sons and daughters.”


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