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Monday, February 4, 2013

JFK Archival Photography Exhibition to Include Never-Before-Seen Photos from World’s Largest Collection

Subject: JFK Archival Photography Exhibition to Include Never-Before-Seen Photos from World’s Largest Collection


I thought you might be interested in including news of this upcoming archival photography exhibition on one of your JFK-related blogs.

In honor of the 50th anniversary of his death, Rogers Photo Archives and Argenta Images of North Little Rock, Ark., will present “JFK 50 Years Later,” an archival photography exhibition that captures the life and times of the 35th U.S. President, with never before or rarely seen photos.

The man who owns many of the photos, John Rogers, has pieced many historical facts together to provide context for these photos, many of which came from Kennedy Administration photographer Arthur Rickerby, as well as the archives of major newspapers around the country.

Although the exhibition does not focus on the assassination, there are several photographs that, in hindsight, chillingly foreshadow the tragic event. For example, a series of candid shots taken by a Miami Herald photographer document a relaxed JFK hanging out on the beach — just three days before Dallas.

Rogers also has the first documented photos of JFK Jr. saluting — taken nine days prior to his father’s death — at Arlington National Cemetery, where JFK was placing a wreath on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

Rogers has partnered with the North Little Rock Argenta Arts District to make this exhibition possible. The Rogers Photo Archive is the largest privately owned collection of photographic images. The organization has partnered with many of the world’s greatest newspapers, magazines and photographers to restore, digitize and lease unique collections of historical photography. He has amassed a photo collection with historic images that touch upon every aspect of American culture. There are more than 140 million images in the Rogers Archive that include all photographic formats such as original vintage studio and cabinet photographs, wire and news service photos, glass plate negatives, and high quality digitals. As the Rogers Photo Archive has continued to grow, it has become Roger’s mission to help educate the public about the history and significance of photographic imagery by capturing the spirit of our nation in a visually unique way.

Argenta Images, the leasing arm of Rogers Photo Archive, is a leading visual image provider, representing a vast collection that includes the world’s most comprehensive historical photography archive. Clients include ESPN, HBO and the BBC. Through partnerships with publications, broadcast journalists and private photographers, its sister companies — Rogers Photo Archive and JR Partners — have amassed the world’s largest digital library of vintage and historic imagery — more than 180 million photographs and thousands of hours of film.

The exclusive photos will be on display March 25-30 in the Argenta Arts District galleries and exhibition space in downtown North Little Rock, Ark., home of Rogers Photo Archive and Argenta Images. Eight North Little Rock galleries and restaurants will serve as hosts of the approximately 120 images.

The exhibit will be free, while special ticketed events will raise money for the Argenta Arts District, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with a mission to provide arts and cultural experiences for the people of Arkansas, as well as the NLR Moonshot Project, a community initiative to increase college attainment levels through the arts, education and economic development.

I hope you will consider this for an upcoming blog post. We have created a Storify link for this event – We’ll be updating soon with photos and a video that you are welcome to use with your post.

April Fatula

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