Mentions — January 29, 2013, 11:12 am

Richard Ross Exhibition in New York

The photography of Richard Ross, who won a National Magazine Award for his work in Harper???s, is exhibiting at the Feldman Gallery until February 16

In 2011, Harper’s Magazine published a selection of photographs by Richard Ross, drawn from five years he spent visiting and interviewing more than a thousand imprisoned juvenile detainees across the country. The photographs of children in “Juvenile Injustice,” some as young as eight, earned Harper’s a 2012 National Magazine Award in news and documentary photography.

Now you can see these photographs up close at an exhibition at the Feldman Gallery in New York City until February 16.

We are, of course, happy to see that his work was also recognized in the pages of last week’s New Yorker.

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