a photographic exhibit
September 1 - 30, 2016
Madeleine Gutman Gallery/ Greenburgh Town Hall
On that fateful morning 9/11/01, Greenburgh resident Stanley Wang was in his Jersey City office, across the river from lower Manhattan. After the first plane struck the north tower of the World Trade Center, fellow employees urged Stanley, an avid photographer, to go downstairs and document what was happening. Stanley witnessed the second plane strike the south tower. These photographs are just some of the hundreds that Stanley took that day as he watched in horror. As time passed, Stanley continued to photograph the site, and the rebuilding. On this fifteenth anniversary of a day never-to-be forgotten, we remember the horror and honor those who died.