here is new york @ 195 Broadway
Memorial Installation of More Than 500 here is new york Photographs to Commemorate the Tenth Anniversary of September 11th
Free Exhibit Presented by L&L Holding Company, Located Steps from the World Trade Center Site, Open to the Public from September 10 – 18
New York, NY (August 30) – To commemorate the tenth anniversary of the tragedy of September 11, 2001, L & L Holding Company will present here is new york @ 195 Broadway, a special memorial exhibition of more than 500 images, in the historic lobby of 195 Broadway.
Drawn from the 2001 SoHo installation here is new york: a democracy of photographs, the free, highly-acclaimed exhibition—which has been viewed, in various forms, by millions of people at museums and public spaces around the world—will be open to the public from 10am to 6pm, beginning Saturday, September 10 through Sunday, September 18.
here is new york @ 195 Broadway, a special loan installation from the New-York Historical Society, offers a place to reflect on the events of September 11 and the days that followed, and to remember those who lost their lives. The lobby of 195 Broadway, with its soaring 35-foot ceilings and striking Doric columns, provides visitors with a powerful space to view the images and contemplate the events that took place at the nearby site of the attacks.
Admission to here is new york @ 195 Broadway is free. Any donations received at the exhibition will benefit Tuesday’s Children, a nonprofit organization providing support and services for the children of 9/11 and others impacted by global terrorism.
“We are pleased to offer New Yorkers and visitors alike a unique opportunity to see these powerful images in a setting very close to Ground Zero as we join together to remember the tragic events of September 11 and those we have lost,” said David W. Levinson, L&L Holding
Company chairman and CEO. “Our hope is that people from across the city and around the world will make time to experience this collection of remarkable photographs, which reflect images and emotions that will remain with us forever.”
”In the ten years following September 11, 2001, the New-York Historical Society has presented numerous special exhibitions, public programs, community meetings, and school and teacher programs relating to the attacks,” commented Louise Mirrer, New-York Historical Society president and CEO. “It is our hope, on the occasion of the tenth anniversary, that this special installation at 195 Broadway will enable us to help more people understand what September 11 meant, for our city, our nation, our history.”
here is new york: a democracy of photographs began as a unique installation and sale of photographs taken by amateurs and professionals alike in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks. Anyone who had taken pictures relating to the tragedy was invited to submit their images to the gallery, where they were digitally scanned, printed and displayed on the walls alongside the work of top photojournalists and other professional photographers. The photographs were initially displayed in a SoHo storefront and have since been installed, in varying forms, in museums and public spaces in New York City and locations around the world.
About L&L Holding Company
Founded in 2000, L&L is a privately owned real estate company dedicated to investing in office buildings primarily in Manhattan. Through joint ventures with select institutional partners, our strategy is to identify, acquire, and develop prime but underperforming real estate for the purpose of maximizing its value. L&L provides a broad spectrum of services to its partners including acquisition, disposition, asset management, leasing, accounting, design, construction, and financing.
Our strategy and skill in identifying the untapped potential of a given property results in significant returns for our investors and our partners. Moreover, the quality and depth of our relationships within the New York real estate industry sets us apart from our competition.
About Tuesday’s Children
Tuesday’s Children is a non-profit family service organization that has made a long term commitment to every individual impacted by the events of September 11, 2001 and more recently those who have been impacted by terrorist incidents worldwide. Since 2001, Tuesday’s Children has promoted healing and recovery by strengthening family resilience, providing individual coping and life management skills and creating community through programs, mental health support and family engagement opportunities.