About the Book
In one brief autumn day over three hundred people came together to create "Faces of Dudley," a temporary installation of oversized photographic portraits pasted to the exterior of the Dudley Branch of the Boston Public Library.
Gathered in this book are those portraits and answers to the question asked of participants, "What wouldn't I know about you just by seeing your portrait?"
This book is the result of a collaboration between project organizers Now and There, Inside Out Project, and Up Truck. A copy has been given to the library as a permanent reminder of that sunny day on October 7, 2015 when a community came together in pride. Includes photographs by Inside Out Project, Ryan C. McMahon, Samara Pearlstein and Hakim Raquib. Book design by goodgood.
This book is offered at cost. No profits will be derived from the distribution of this book.
Now and There is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating impactful public art projects in Greater Boston. Our projects are temporary and site specific, hence our name. Our mission is to deliver thought-provoking, public art projects that advance new definitions of public art, acculturate Boston to the cultural, social and economic benefits of art, and help define Boston's essential public art identity.