1986 March 19 - 1986 July 9
"Gypsies: Photographs by Jan Yoors, 1930-1970's" was an exhibition featuring images taken by the Belgian photographer, Jan Yoors, who lived and traveled with Gypsies much of his life. The black-and-white photographs provided authentic views of Gypsy life. His photographs depicted Gypsies in diverse situations-- with their families, at fairs and celebrations, at work-- as well as the kinds of shelters they lived in ranging from wagons and caves to tents and mobile homes. Also shown in the photos were the differences in their clothes, over time and location. The photographs were on view in the Akeley Gallery of the American Museum of Natural History from March 19 through July 9, 1986.
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