PhillyVoice: Photos of Essential Workers to Be Displayed by the Science History Institute

Local news outlet features Institute’s new outdoor exhibition of large-scale portraits.

October 23, 2020

The Science History Institute will debut a new outdoor exhibition called Between Us and Catastrophe, featuring images of essential workers taken by Philadelphia photographer Kyle Cassidy during the coronavirus pandemic. The large-scale photos will be installed on the exterior of the Institute’s building at 315 Chestnut Street on Tuesday, October 27, and will remain there through spring 2021.

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Above: Travis, a bicycle courier for food delivery service Caviar, is featured in the exhibition. Photo courtesy of Kyle Cassidy.

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