To the Village Square...we must carry the facts of atomic energy, from there must come America's voice.
Albert Einstein. June1946
An exhibit of photographs documenting the birth and growth of the movement that stopped for thirty one years the development of nuclear power in the US.
A look at the people who against all odd made a difference.
15 . 22 X 29 Black & White archival pigment prints.
May 16th - June 1 2008-
OVER THE RAINBOW GALLERY@ THE INSTITUTE FOR LIVING ETHICS - Corner of Boadway & Hudson, NYACK NY 10968.
Delevingne - Biography, simplified. May 2008
Lionel Delevingne of Piermont, NY is a photojournalist and native of France who has traveled and photographed throughout the world. His documentation of the Clamshell Alliance, the anti - nuclear group and the environmental movement at large, has been widely praised and published in many publications including: The New York Times, Le Figaro Magazine, Newsweek, Washington Post Magazine, Mother Jones, Vanity Fair, In These Times.... The recipient of numerous grants, Delevingne has had numerous solo exhibits throughout Europe and the United States.. His work can be found in the collections of many museums and private collections. Delevingne is the founder of Delevingne & Associates a consulting firm dedicated to Education . His clients include Andover, Collegiate, Steiner and Harvard . He recently founded “ To the Village Square “, a multi media project created to help revive the struggle against the nuclear power industry.