Doors will open at 7:30; Seating is limited and available on a first-come basis
Twice weekly, there are photo essays in the New York Times that double as cultural anthropology.On the Street makes a case for the fashion trend of the moment, and Evening Hours covers power brokers, swells, and celebs out on the town. Richard Press’s first feature is a portrait of Bill Cunningham, the photographer who produces these eye-popping chronicles. The octogenarian bikes to his assignments on his Schwinn, attired as always in a stylish yet utilitarian outfit: oversize lab coat, pinwale cords, black shoes, thick socks. “We all get dressed for Bill,” says Anna Wintour.
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All screenings are in the Ring Auditorium. Admission is free, but seating is limited and available on a first-come basis. Films may contain adult content. Visitors requesting accessibility services, such as a sign-language interpreter, should contact Kristy Maruca at 202.633.2796 firstname.lastname@example.org. Please try to give two weeks’ notice.