Bucks County photographer David Graham has spent 20 years capturing the face of America, and its now on display at the Institute of Contemporary Art.
And yes, it looks like Elizabeth Taylor (as impersonated by Angel Milou of Haverford in thephoto), and Ben Franklin, and a host of other famous and not-so-famous folk. Grahams photos capture with wit and warmth those quirky individuals that make this country special.
Grahams All-American Boy exhibit is paired with another
witty exhibit, Breathless, featuring the weather-balloon sculptures
of Nancy Davidson.
ALL-AMERICAN BOY / BREATHLESS: Through Jan. 16 at the Institute of Contemporary Art, 118 S. 36th St. Hours: Noon to 8 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Admission $3, artists/seniors/students 12 and over $2, ICA members/PennCard holders/children under 12/all visitors Sundays before 1 p.m. free. Info: visit www.upenn.edu/ica/ or call 215-898-5911 or -7108.
Originally published on December 2, 1999