Photographs from the panel, reception and gallery: Portraits of Philadelphia

On exhibit through March 31, 2024 | more info

Charles Library at Temple University
1st Floor Exhibit Space
1900 N. 13th Street, Philadelphia
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These photographs were taken and made available courtesy of former Philadelphia Daily News photo editor Jon Falk.

Opening slide shows Joseph V. Labolito and me. Photograph by Jon Falk.
Joseph V. Labolito, me and Sarah Glover get ready to start the program. Photograph by Jon Falk.
Just me talking about my pictures. Photograph by Jon Falk.
That’s me talking about photographing protests with Sarah Glover. Photograph by Jon Falk.
Joseph V. Labolito discusses his photography. Photograph by Jon Falk.
This is Joseph V. Labolito’s featured print in the exhibition. Photograph by Jon Falk.
We had a nice crowd in attendance by the start the program. Photograph by Jon Falk.
I took a few photos of friends in the audience just before the program started. Photograph by Jon Falk.
That’s me, Joseph V. Labolito and Sarah Glover, after the panel. Photograph by Jon Falk.
Former Daily News photographers Jennifer Midberry, me and Alejandro Alvarez, after the panel. Photograph by Jon Falk.
Some of my photos on the gallery wall. Photograph by Jon Falk.
A display case in the galley contains some of my old equipment, lots of my old press passes and a few other artifacts. Photograph by Jon Falk.
My photos of the Philadelphia Fire Department at work rotate on a monitor over a case filled with my old camera and press passes in the gallery.
A display case in the galley contains some of my old equipment, lots of my old press passes and a few other artifacts. Photograph by Jon Falk.
Photos by Joseph V. Labolito play on a monitor above a display case containing his artifacts.
One of Joseph V. Labolito’s prints on display in the gallery. Photograh by Jon Falk.
Joseph V. Labolito’s equipment is on display in a case in the gallery. Photograph by Jon Falk.
Visitors to the gallery are invited to pick up and look through a Nikon F3 that I used perhaps 40 years ago. Photograph by Jon Falk.