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Matt Lambros captures the heart-break of theatres in decline

Theatre photographer Matt Lambros to do lecture

Matt Lambros captures the heart-break of theatres in decline

August 18, 2012, 7:30pm-9:30pm: Join photographer, Matt Lambros, for an illustrated lecture about the death of the country’s greatest and grandest movie theaters.

Matt Lambros is an architectural photographer who began photographing abandoned buildings ten years ago. Struck by both the sadness and extreme beauty of the Loew’s Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, he began further exploration into the history and architecture of early Twentieth Century American theaters.

This is part of the “Atlas Obscura Speakers” series of talks at Observatory, 543 Union Street (at Nevins), Brooklyn, NY

http://atlasobscura.com/blog/Obscura-Society-NYC-Movie-Palace

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  1. I’ll be there! Who else is going??

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