Ground Zero 360
Sept 11 - Dec 7, 2017
September 11- December 3
On September 11, 2001, New York City was shaken to its core. In the wake of the chaos, New York based Irish photographer Nicola McClean responded in the only way she knew how; she picked up her camera and took to the street to try and capture the confusion and panic that surrounded her.
The exhibition Ground Zero 360, was created by Nicola McClean and contains a stunning collection of images were made public for the first time in 2011. Through harrowing visuals, heartbreaking “missing posters” and a unique panoramic installation, Ground Zero 360 is astep into the past to what eight million New Yorkers were feeling in the days that followed the attacks.
Also included in the exhibition are 12 paintings by Irish artist Jim Fitpatrick, fragments of steel and granite from the World Trade Center and personal artifacts lent by families of the police officers and firefighters who lost their lives that day.
Nicola McClean, FDNY Officers at 'the Pile', 9/15/2001, photograph
Nicola McClean, Two New York Police Department (NYPD) Officers on Nassau Street at approx. 2:00pm, 9/11/2011, photograph