Photographs by Hale Gurland
Brings me back to that month after that. I worked at the site; I can smell it.
Seeings these photos, I feel raw, feel the heat of the smoke burning my eyes. I was teaching in Italy in a small town in Anversa degli Abruzzi. It was 3 in the afternoon. Our students only wanted to call N.Y. The lines were busy. We had no English TV. REI would come on and the only thing in English was "what the fuck.." and then the overnarrative in Italian. Everyone in the village came to see us. Tears and hugs. I returned to NYC at the end of September. I could hardly believe what I saw.
Amazing- Thank you for having the foresight to record the experience.
I love your exhibits! You always make such a social statement that keeps me coming back.
Wow, Powerful with a capital P!
Watched on TV- felt, what else is new? Welcome to the world.
I cannot imagine why people would do something like destroy one of the most important buildings.
Very cool and interesting.
I think this work is brilliant, difficult and horrid material but powerful light.
Great Work. The rawness reflected in the work mirrors the event.