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Date taken13-Aug-22 20:34
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NHM, GATHER TOGETHER EXHIBIT 2022_GREEK INDEPENDENCE DAY PARADE 1980_26A, Arthur Andros, ART ANDROS

NHM, GATHER TOGETHER EXHIBIT 2022_GREEK INDEPENDENCE DAY PARADE 1980_26A, Arthur Andros, ART ANDROS

In Gather Together: Chicago Street Photography by Diane Alexander White (September 16, 2022–2024), the Chicago-based Greek American photographer presents 80 historic works showcasing Chicago’s Greek American celebrations alongside other ethnic and cultural festivals and parades, primarily from the 1970s and 1980s. Depicted events include the Greek Independence Day Parade, Greek Festival, Bud Billiken Day Parade, Japanese Festival, Chinese New Year Parade, Puerto Rican Festival, Mexican Civic Society Parade, Mexican Festival, St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Jewish Festival, German Von Steuben Day Parade, Polish Festival, Festa Italiana and the Indo-Pak Parade. Gather Together: Street Photography by Diane Alexander White can be seen on Chicago Tonight, Fox 32 and Youtube and was reviewed in New City Art and The Greek Reporter.

“Our mission at the National Hellenic Museum is to share Greek history, art and culture, and the Greek American experience. Diane’s works vividly capture how Chicago’s Greek American community gathers in the public space to show pride in its identity and share its culture. Through her images of other ethnic and cultural celebrations, Diane also explores the universality of how Chicagoans gather together to show pride in their diverse communities,” says NHM Executive Director Marianne Kountoures.



“Our mission at the National Hellenic Museum is to share Greek history, art and culture, and the Greek American experience. Diane’s works vividly capture how Chicago’s Greek American community gathers in the public space to show pride in its identity and share its culture. Through her images of other ethnic and cultural celebrations, Diane also explores the universality of how Chicagoans gather together to show pride in their diverse communities,” says NHM Executive Director Marianne Kountoures.