The Addison Gallery of American is a special place. The current Frame by Frame exhibition of photography from the Addison's collection is a wonderful example of the treasures it freely shares with the public six days a week (closed Mondays). Over three hundred images from some of the greatest photographers from America. For example: Aaron Siskin's images of Harlem in the 30's. Bruce Davidson's images of a Brooklyn Gang in the 60's. Bill Owen's portrait of California Suburbia in the 70s. Robert Frank's challenging portrait of The Americans in the 50s. Not "just a little museum on a Prep school campus. This is a world-class home for some of the greatest art Americans have ever created. Visit it again and again. Make it a home away from home. Connect with out cultural heritage.
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