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New Yorkers Adorned and Transformed

Friday, March 3, 7:30 PM – 3D SLIDE SHOW
Winter 2000
American Museum of Natural History – Linder Theater
Use the 77th St. entrance. Bear left past the big canoe and then right, through to the end of the hall of molluscs.


Michael Anstendig will present a two-part photographic study of some unique statements of identity and individuality. His photographs from the International Tattoo Convention include tattoo artists at work, competition at the convention, and a showcase of tattoos on backs, legs and arms. In contrast to the tattoo convention, Mike will show an outing to the Coney Island Mermaid Parade. These photographs feature a range of costumed revelers indulging the opportunity to temporarily transform themselves. The presentation coincides with the AMNH exhibition Body Art – Marks of Identity, on view now in the new Fourth Floor Gallery.

Michael Anstendig is a professional publicist specializing in corporate identity management. He used a 1950’s Stereo Realist camera for these projects. The show will be projected in 3D using a vintage TDC projector. Polarizing glasses will be provided.


The meeting will include some announcements, and our usual informal show-and-tell when members share their own work (in any format) in viewers or on bulletin boards around the room.

Free and open to the public.

If you have any questions, or would like to help in the planning/preparation of NYSS events, please call Greg Dinkins at 212-769-5658 or email info@ny3d.org


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