Struggle Of Civil Rights Movement Captured In Teenie Harris ExhibitFifty years ago, a battle for civil rights spread across America.
"Teenie Harris Photographs: Baseball In Pittsburgh" Opens At Carnegie Museum Of ArtTwenty-five years ago, Teenie Harris showed us his catalog of photographs, spanning four decades of urban life for the Pittsburgh Courier.
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‘Teenie Harris: An American Story’ At The Carnegie MuseumOver the past ten years, there have been several Pittsburgh area exhibits of Teenie Harris’s photographs, ranging from adorning the walls of lobbies and libraries, to galleries in the Cultural District. The August Wilson Center has a continuing exhibit, where Harris’s photographs can be viewed any time.
Project Continues Legacy Of Teenie HarrisA team of local photographers has created a new website called Feel Like Going On that continues the work of the late photographer Teenie Harris.
New Exhibit Showcases Teenie Harris' WorkThe extended family of legendary photographer Teenie Harris poses for their own photographs, as cameras click at the Carnegie Museum of Art.