Exhibit Shows Aftermath Of World Trade Center Attack

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As people across the north country reflect on the 10th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on America, St. Lawrence University's Brush Art Gallery is showing how the aftermath looked in raw images from the lens of a camera.
 
Joel Meyerowitz is exhibiting a series of 22 photographs from Ground Zero.

Meyerowitz not only captures graphic images of destruction, he also shows the tireless efforts of police, fire, rescue and construction workers who assisted in the cleanup process.

For many who see the exhibit, its a time to look back as the nation moves forward.
 
"There are a lot of images of the destruction and the cleanup, but...I get a sense of the human connection...that comes through in the exhibition," said Catherine Tedford, director of the Brush Gallery.

Meyerowitz spent an entire year documenting the cleanup. 

It is the only photographic record of Ground Aero after the attack.  

You can see his images through October 22 at SLU.

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Friday, October 31, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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