For almost two decades, photographer John Crooms has made a name for himself by documenting Atlanta's underground soul music and culture scene. In 2003, he made history by snapping the photo "A Great Day in Atlanta" - inspired by the classic image "A Great Day in Harlem" - capturing some of the A's most prolific indie singers, musicians, DJs, promoters, and visual artists.
On Friday, October 4, Crooms, along with performer/promoter Kemi Bennings, is commemorating the 10th anniversary of the AGDIA by mounting the exhibition "A Great Day In Atlanta: 2003-2013 Before & Beyond," which will display the original photo, a reunion version of the picture (shot in 2012) and dozens of images Crooms has taken over the course of his career.
"[The exhibition will] show pictures ... from my photographic journey," say Crooms. "From when I started shooting pictures at the Universal Zulu Nation meetings that were going on in Atlanta back in the early '90s up until [this past summer's] House in the Park."
Free. 7 p.m. The Art of Giving Gallery, 115 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive SW, 4th Floor.
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That was January of 2007, and they are 21 now, so I'm guessing 14?
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