Some local photo exhibits worth visiting:
"A Sense of Place: Photographs by Russell duPont"
Through Sept. 30
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday
The Main Lobby
John Joseph Moakley Federal Courthouse
1 Courthouse Way (off Northern Avenue), Boston
Griffin Museum of Photography
67 Shore Road, Winchester | 781-729-1158
Museum hours: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Closed Mondays. Admission is $7 for adults, $3 for seniors, members and children under 12 free. Free admission to all every Thursday.
Photos by Bob Avakian, Susan Bank, Susan A. Barnett, Mary Ellen Bartley, Noah David Bau ($1,000 Legacy Award; photo to right), Lora Brody, Christopher Chadbourne, Francis Crisafio (Honorable Mention), Dennis Ditto, Ivana George, Audrey Gottlieb, Joshua Greenberg, Claudia Gustafson, Deborah Hamon (Honorable Mention), Chehalis Hegner, Keiko Hiromi, John Hirsch, Nancy Grace Horton, Meghan Ireland, David Jakelic, Ellen Jantzen ($500 Griffin Award), Miah Nate Johnson, Stella Johnson, Justin Kaneps, Brian Kaplan, Lance Keimig, John Kobeck, Mary Kocol, Daniel Kramer, Sarah-Marie E Land, Benedicte Lassalle, Aleya Lehmann Bench, Jennifer Loeber, Eric Lusito, Alysia Macaulay, Cameron MacMartin, Rafal Maleszyk, Sean McGoldrick, Monika Merva, Katherine Mickle, William Miller, Michael Mirabito, Robert V. Moran, Russ Osterweil, Andrea Rosenthal, Nadim Sabella, Nenad Saljic (Honorable Mention), Megan Shaughnessy, Paul Shelasky, Ron Snider, Sandra Stark (Honorable Mention), Rich Turk (Honorable Mention), Naphtali Visser, Paul Wainwright, Donna J. Wan (Honorable Mention), Sandra Chen Weinstein (Honorable Mention), Dallas James White, and Yoong Wah Alex Wong.
"The Quiet Photographs" by Alysia Macaulay
Through Sept. 2
Alysia Macaulay says her project "was created as a visual response to chaos, both past and present, in my life."
Joan Johnson Scholarship Exhibit
Jurors Bruce Myren and Andrea Rosenthal
Through Sept. 2
While there was no theme or format for submissions, students whose photos were chosen for this exhibit were asked to select an image that best represented them, personally and photographically. They also were asked to submit a companion essay answering the question, "what is the significance of using photography and how does it affect our lives?" Avery Stroman of Reading Memorial High School was chosen to receive the $1,000 Joan Johnson Scholarship.
The Griffin Museum at The Aberjona River Gallery
Aberjona Rehabilitation and Nursing Center
184 Swanton St., Winchester | 781-729-1158
Open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week. Enter at the parking lot entrance and see the receptionist.
"Interpretations of Boston Architecture"
Photographs by Anne Davey
Through Sept. 3
For the past two years, Anne Davey has been wandering the streets of Boston at all times of day and night with her camera and tripod to shoot the city's buildings.
502c Commonwealth Ave., Boston | 617-267-8929
Open 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday
"Summer Group Exhibition Extravaganza"
Through Sept. 11
This exhibit features new work by many of the gallery's artists, including Larry Pratt, Neal Rantoul, Samuel Quinn, Stella Johnson, Fran Forman, Brian Kaplan, Eva Timothy, Glen Scheffer, William Wegman, Hiroshi Watanabe, Suzanne Revy, Bill Franson, Kevin Van Aelst, Martin Schreiber, Emmanuelle Germain, Gustav Hoiland, Kirsty O'Keeffe, Mimi Youn, Erik Schubert, Jesseca Ferguson, Alexander Harding, Michael Donnor and Roger Farrington.
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