Selections from the As Long As We Both Shall Live project will be on display at the following locations:

CURRENT/UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS:


NOTE TO EXHIBITORS: there are framed and exhibition-ready prints maintained in both Europe and the United States. To request full specifications and further information, click .

See Listing of Previous Exhibitions

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for his engaging, entertaining
lecture presentation on
As Long As We Both Shall Live
seen by audiences in the U.S. and abroad

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PREVIOUS EXHIBITIONS:
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Bronx, NY - Bronx Documentary Center (Slide Lecture)
December 10, 2015
Part of the Bronx 200 Virtual Artist Studios series
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Beijing, China - World Trade Center
"Harmony + Love: A Multi-Media Crossover Art Exhibition" (Group show)
December 23, 2011-January 3, 2012

China World Mall Zone 3 B1-B2
Beijing, China
Vernissage/Opening December 23 at 7pm
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The tour across Germany and Austria finished in March 2009 in Tuebingen, after an incredible 31 months of continuous exhibition. My heartfelt thanks to all those individuals and organizations whose interest in As Long As We Both Shall Live made this D.I.Y. project such a success.

Tuebingen, Germany - German-American Institute
December 10, 2008 - March 6, 2009

Karlstraße 3
72072 Tuebingen, Germany
map
Tel. +49 (0) 7071-795 26-0
Hours: Tues-Fri 9am to 6pm
Vernissage/Opening December 10 at 7:15pm

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Freiburg, Germany - German-American Institute
8 July to 31 August 2008 - EXTENDED through 5 September!

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In celebration of the 40th Anniversary
of the Linz Catholic Diocese in Austria:

New York, NY - Noho Gallery
December 27-29, 2007
Part of a group show celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Ruth Chenven Foundation

Simbach am Inn, Germany - Galerie Hirmer und Hirmer
March 2-31, 2007
- EXTENDED
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Salzburg, Austria - Katholische Hochschulgemeinde (KHG)
January 9-31, 2007

Graz, Austria - Katholische Hochschulgemeinde (KHG)
November 20 - December 31, 2006

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Eislingen, Germany - Stadtbuecherei Eislingen (Eislingen Town Library)
October 14 - November 12, 2006
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Brooklyn, NY - Sundays at Sunny's reading series (Slide lecture)
October 1, 2006

Readers:
Robert Fass
Maggie Estep
Katherine Lanpher

Stuttgart, Germany - Deutsch-Amerikanisches Zentrum (German-American Center)
September 13 - October 12, 2006

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Nuernberg, Germany - Amerika Haus (Slide lecture)
Presented in conjunction with the Seniorenamt der Stadt Nuernberg
September 14, 2006

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Berlin, Germany - Conference on Aging Societies (Exhibition and lecture)
September 7-8, 2006

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St. Paul, MN - Macalester College (Slide lecture/discussion)
Saturday, June 3, 2006

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Albany, NY - Legislative Office Building (Solo exhibition)
April 24, 2006

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New York, NY - The 92nd Street Y (Solo exhibition)
January 31 - February 23, 2006

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Vienna, Austria - Amerika Haus (slide lecture)
September 13, 2005

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Tarrytown, NY - Hudson Homes (Solo exhibition)
December 17, 2004 - February 16, 2005

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New York, NY - JCC in Manhattan (Meet the Artist series)
(Slide lecture/discussion)
June 12, 2003

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Ithaca, NY - State of the Art Gallery (Group show)
September 5 - 29, 2002

Lewiston, ME - Creative Photographic Arts Center of Maine (Solo exhibition)
June 15 - August 30, 2002
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Riverdale, NY - Hebrew Home at Riverdale (Solo exhibition)
September 5 - October 10, 2001
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Bronx, NY - Bronx Documentary Center
December 10, 2015

I was one of six visual artists from the Bronx 200 invited to present a short slide lecture on our work at the incredible Bronx Documentary Center. I shared a few stories about the creation of the As Long As We Both Shall Live project and showed several images from the project. It was an honor to share the stage with five other dynamic and talented individuals from the Bronx as part of the BX200 Visual Artist Studio series, and my thanks go out to organizer Laura N. James for the opportunity to show a bit of the project again in NYC.

I invite you to view more of my work on the Bronx 200 website, find out more about the organization, and check out the great variety of work by all the Bronx-based artists there. Here's a link to my page on the site.

BX200 Virtual Artist Studio

And I strongly urge anyone interested in documentary photography to get acquainted with the Bronx Documentary Center and all the incredible exhibition, education, and community programs going on there. Visit their website, see their shows, and support them at bronxdoc.org.


Beijing, China - World Trade Center
23 December 2011 - 3 January 2012

After selections from As Long As We Both Shall Live were featured in the Chinese arts/fashion/culture magazine VISIONS, journalist/curator Yiman Li invited me to participate in the Harmony + Love exhibition at the World Trade Center in Beijing. I was honored to be the only U.S. artist included in this show, which intends to travel to multiple cities throughout China before touring the world.

 

   

   

Photos: Yiman Li

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Tuebingen, Germany - German-American Institute
December 10, 2008 - March 6, 2009


Freiburg, Germany - German-American Institute
8 July to 31 August 2008 - EXTENDED through 5 September!

   

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Simbach am Inn, Germany - Galerie Hirmer und Hirmer
March 2-31, 2007
- EXTENDED TO MID-APRIL

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Graz, Austria - Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz (KHG)
November 20 - December 31, 2006

Special thanks to the people who made this exhibition in Graz such an outstanding success!
(Alois Koelbl, Kurt Remele, and Sissi Potzinger)

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Eislingen, Germany - Stadtbuecherei Eislingen (Eislingen Town Library)
October 14 - November 12, 2006
(Opening reception October 13 at 8pm)

Scenes from the opening reception
Photos: Peter Ritz, Robert Fass

Amerika Haus - Nuremberg, Germany
September 14, 2006
Slide lecture presented in conjunction
with the Seniorenamt der Stadt Nuernberg


Photo:Heidemarie Boernke

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Deutsch-Amerikanisches Zentrum
(German American Center) - Stuttgart, Germany
September 12 - October 12, 2006

More information here.

Photos: Peter Ritz

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Konrad Adenauer Stiftung - Berlin, Germany
September 7-8, 2006

A wonderful launch to the "European tour" of the As Long As We Both Shall Live project took place at the "Coming of Age" conference in Berlin, co-sponsored by the US Embassy, the British Council and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung. This interdisciplinary event combined presentations and panel discussions by scholars, researchers and artists to examine the demographic shifts in population and the opportunities and challenges raised by those changes. More information here.


Photo: Guido Jansen


Photo: Robert Fass


Panelists Robert Fass (L) and novelist Paul Bailey (R) with moderator Patrick Hart of the British Council.
Photo: Guido Jansen


Photo: Guido Jansen

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Macalester College, St. Paul, MN
June 3, 2006

A responsive crowd attended this hour-long lecture at the John B. Davis Lecture Hall on the campus of Macalester College. The event was featured in several local newspapers, and interviews with Robert Fass appeared on KARE 11 TV and the local edition of "All Things Considered" on Minnesota Public Radio. (Find them on the PRESS page.)


Photo: Mary Morse


Grassroots Senior Day - April 24, 2006
Legislative Office Building (lobby)
Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY

Selections from the project will be on display from 9am to 5:30pm
for details, contact Greg Olsen 518-455-4804

Sponsored by Assembly Aging Committee Chairman Steven Englebright


Photo: Assembly staff photo

Robert Fass with Assemblyman Steven Englebright (above) and Assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal (below).


Photo: S. Gebhardt, Legislative Gazette


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First major showing in NYC!

1395 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10128

Exhibition catalog available

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On display in the Weill Art Gallery
(adjacent to the Kaufmann Concert Hall, 1st floor lobby)

January 31 through February 23, 2006
Special Public Viewing hours:

February 4, 9, 11, 18 and 23
Noon until 4pm

Special Valentine's Day Reception
and Catalog Signing
Tuesday, February 14th

5:00-6:45pm
Gourmet chocolates generously provided by Scharffen Berger

Click here for more information from the 92nd Street Y website

Scenes from the Gala Valentine's Day reception
Thank you to all who attended!

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Amerika Haus, Vienna

Amerika Haus, Vienna, Austria
September 13, 2005

At the invitation of the United States Embassy, Robert Fass presented a slide lecture on As Long As We Both Shall Live to a sold-out audience at the Amerika Haus in Vienna, Austria. The event was a shared presentation with two other fine American artists, painter Daniel Hauben and sculptor Scott Stoll, as well as Austrian photographer Gery Luger.





presents

As Long As We Both Shall Live:
Long-Married Couples in America

Friday, December 17, 2004
through Wednesday, February 16, 2005

38 Main Street
Tarrytown, NY

For information and hours call 914-332-5070

Opening Reception Friday, December 17, 6-8pm

Additional reception Friday, January 21, 6-8pm

Click for more information on Tarrytown Third Friday

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JCC in Manhattan Upcoming Highlights
Check out the great Father's Day program!

Thursday, Jun 12
7:00 PM

As Long As We Both Shall Live: Long-Married Couples in America
Since 1997, photographer Robert Fass has been interviewing and photographing couples across America who have been married 40 years or longer. This ongoing body of work provides an engaging touchstone for viewers to examine their own knowledge and assumptions about marriage, intimacy, family, gender roles, and the evolution of cultural and generational values. Come take advantage of this opportunity to see these images in an intimate setting, and to speak with the artist about his work.

Free members/$10 nonmembers

PLEC1/ESPS3

To register, call 646-505-5708
For more information, surf jccmanhattan.org

The Jewish Community Center in Manhattan
The Samuel Priest Rose Building
334 Amsterdam Ave. @ 76th St.


The Creative Photographic Arts Center of Maine
proudly presents

AS LONG AS WE BOTH SHALL LIVE:
Long-Married Couples in America

A Photographic Essay
by Robert Fass

June 15 - August 30, 2002

Gallery Hours:
Monday thru Thursday
9:30am - 3:30pm

4th Floor in the Bates Mill Complex
59 Canal St.
Lewiston, Maine

For further information, call 207-782-1369
www.cpacm.com


Postcard image
A S LONG AS WE BOTH SHALL L IVE:
LONG-MARRIED COUPLES IN AMERICA

PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROBERT FASS
 

The Elma & Milton A. Gilbert Pavilion
September 5 - October 10, 2001

Meet the Artist Reception
Sunday, September 23
2-4 pm

The exhibition is sponsored by
The Hebrew Home at Riverdale Art Program

Information 718-581-1596
www.hebrewhome.org

The Hebrew Home for the Aged at Riverdale
5901 Palisade Avenue
Riverdale, NY  10471

Click here for directions

Read about the Hebrew Home's Art Collection

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