Vancouver: Bridging its History, 1895-1980

Vancouver: Bridging its History, 1895-1980
on display May 6, 2009 - February 19, 2010

Exhibit Overview: The exhibit features hundreds of black and white photographs of Vancouver area bridges shot by Otto F. Landauer, Vancouver’s renowned mid-century Modernist Jewish photographer. The images in this exhibit have been chosen from the Leonard Frank Photos Studio fonds. Visitors take a photographic journey through Vancouver’s era of bridge construction, collapse and renewal.

The exhibit allows borrowers to choose up to 60 images by acclaimed photographers Leonard Frank and Otto Landauer.

The exhibit is available mounted on foam core or matted and framed. Ready for traditional hanging. Exhibit available for 1-3 month rentals.

Teck Gallery, Downtown SFU Campus: March 15 - June 22, 2010

This exhibit is made possible by The City of Vancouver and TD Canada Trust

Lion's Gate Bridge from Lumberman's Arch, Stanley Park, Vancouver, British Columbia. [1938]. Photographer: Leonard Frank. Source: Jewish Museum & Archives of British Columbia; LF.02722