Fenway Park: A 100th Anniversary Celebration
April 5 - May 27, 2012
The Griffin Museum presents a photographic celebration of the 100th anniversary of Fenway Park - and the 20th anniversary of the museum, where Boston baseball has been very much a part of its history -- with several exhibits.
Fenway Park, featuring the work of more than a dozen photographers, is in the Main Gallery, and There Goes Ted Williams, with photographs by museum founder Arthur Griffin and illustrations by Matt Tavares, is in the Atelier and Griffin galleries April 5 through May 27.
Photographs have been graciously provided by the Boston Red Sox, the Baseball Hall of Fame, the Clark Gallery, the FDR Museum, Historic New England, the McGreevy and Leslie Jones Collections at the Boston Public Library, the Don Zimmer family, the Dom DiMaggio family, Peter Griffin, Ralph and Betty Valentine, as well as the Decaneas Archive, Panopticon Gallery, Kane Gallery, and the estate of Maureen Richards.
Photographers invited to exhibit in Fenway Park are Lora Brody, Bill Chapman, Jim Dow, John W. Ferguson, David Levinthal, Lou Jones, Jack Kadis, Steve Morse, Tony Scarpetta, Stephen Sheffield, Mike Sleeper, Steve Wilstein, and Laura Wulf.