Friday, June 7
Statues and Street Scenes - Exploring Historic Prague
Ira Rubin practiced architecture in New York and Pittsburgh for 35 years. An avid black & white film photographer and Leica enthusiast, he is a member of Associated Artists of Pittsburgh and has exhibited his photographs in galleries, community centers, and restaurants in Pittsburgh. His work focuses not only on architecture but also on urban spaces and the people who live and work in them. This exhibit, titled “Statues and Street Scenes,” was stimulated by a 2010 trip to Prague and nearby Theresienstadt.