The Imagery of Robert Otter: A Study of Greenwich Village in the 1960s gallery exhibit

Robert Otter was a commercial and freelance photographer whose pictures of Greenwich Village in the 1960s captured the unique spirit of the people and architecture of the neighborhood. The photos on display, selected and framed by his son Ned Otter, are on exhibit for the first time. As part of this gallery show, Mr. Otter will present a slide lecture which chronicles his father’s life and narrates the nostalgic images of the Village.

This exhibit is co-sponsored by The Caring Community.

Village Preservation would like to thank Ned Otter for generously donating a portion of the proceeds of sales from the exhibit to our preservation work.

Friday, April 20, 2007
6:00 pm

The Caring Community
20 Washington Square North, Parlor