Pittsburgh’s Charles “Teenie” Harris loved taking photographs, and did so with such ease he was given the nickname “One Shot.”
Opening last October, the renowned Carnegie Museum of Art is presenting a groundbreaking retrospective of the hometown artist’s work ” in “Teenie” Harris, Photographer: An American Story. Open through April 7, 2012, the exhibition features 987 of Harris’s most beautiful, appealing, and historically significant images. Beginning this month, a smaller-scale version of the exhibit will go on national tour.
View the amazing collection on the museums’s “Teenie” Harris Exhibition microsite.