about the exhibition The Bridge at Hoover Dam is currently a forty-four print exhibition with informational essays written by noted authorities in the fields of bridge engineering and art photography. All works are archival pigment prints on Harman Gloss Baryta fine art paper, mounted on Dibond with contemporary narrow front profile black metal frames. Twenty-four works are large (44” x 31” / 112cm x 79cm) and twenty are medium (28” x 20” / 71cm x 51cm). Shipping crates are built to international standards. The first opportunity to share the full traveling exhibition was at The Springs Preserve, Las Vegas, October 2010 - January 2011, and was timed to coincide with the official opening of the Hoover Dam Bypass. The Phoenix Art Museum hosted the exhibition's first museum venue, August - December 2011. The overarching goals of the photographic essay and exhibition are to acknowledge the collective talents and labors of those who built the bridge and to place the bridge within the historical context of Hoover Dam and the American West. We are actively seeking exhibition opportunities for THE BRIDGE AT HOOVER DAM in museum and institutional venues throughout the United States and internationally, and hope the collection may eventually be acquired for permanent collection by one or more venerable institutions. THE BRIDGE AT HOOVER DAM was published by Nazraeli Press, November 2011. For additional information about the work and the traveling exhibition, please contact Jamey or his studio directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your interest in and support of The Bridge at Hoover Dam.