The theme of Hugh Price’s exhibition reflects his conviction that in these fractious and turbulent times . we must seek those initiatives and experiences which help to heal the divides and celebrate the fundamental humanity of our species. Street photography can provide such a window. Travel provides the opportunity for discerning patterns and similarities across cultures. Photography enables us to capture and share what we discover. The exhibition hopscotches the globe. It includes stirring photographs from Cape Town, Havana, and culminates in New York City were the exuberant and strikingly diverse Central Park Skate Dancers vividly demonstrate how we can all get along.
Over the years, Mr. Price has held an unusual array of positions of leadership, including President and CEO of the National Urban League, editorial board of the New York Times, senior vice-president of WNET/Thirteen and vice-president of the Rockefeller Foundation. Mr. Price has appeared on numerous television and radio programs including Meet the Press, The Newshow with Jim Lehrer and The Charlie Rose Show. In summary, Mr. Price has held a vast array of positions of leadership and service as an executive, advocate, teacher, author and board director in the nonprofit, private and public sectors.