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Keith Fishman Photographs Katrina Aftermath in B&W
via Knight Ridder

The important thing about his photos, Fishman said, is "this is a method to try to add some money. After I looked at the prints, I said 'there are some really great images here.'

Back in California, Fishman heard via e-mail from a woman in Biloxi who'd seen Black and White magazine. She wanted pricing information on one of the shots. Then, "she said, 'I was moved by your photography of our hurricane-ravaged community. As a resident of the Gulf Coast, I thank you for capturing our reality that is both beautiful and heart wrenching.'"

About the photos
What: Katrina photographs taken in Mississippi by California art photographer Keith Fishman are featured in the April issue of Black & White magazine, a major U.S. photography journal.

Where: Images are part of an exhibition, "Silent Witness," that opens April 1 in Santa Barbara, Calif., and Aug. 29 at the Museum of Art at the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg.

Why: All proceeds from the sale of "Silent Witness" prints will go to local charities in Mississippi.

Cost: Prices for signed, numbered and dated limited-edition prints of no more than 25 are $1,000 to $1,500 each. A 30 percent discount will be extended at the opening reception at the USM exhibit.

Details: E-mail or visit his Web site at

Biloxi Sun Herald

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