Monday, Aug 12, 2019 8:00a -
Sunday, Aug 25, 2019 11:59p
139 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02111
Art, Social Good
We all have the experience of feeling cornered. For gang-involved youth growing up on the streets of Boston, that feeling is literal. Their street corner determines so much of their lives, including whether they go to school or prison.
This photo project reveals the universal experience of what it means to be Uncornered, whether you’re a powerful public figure, an athlete, a business leader, a celebrity, or gang involved.
Through bold portraits, photographer John Huet has captured the humanity of a broad range of people, sharing in their own words a moment when they felt cornered and how they became Uncornered.
What is your Uncornered moment?
EXPLORE THE STORIES: https://stories.uncornered.org/
We are currently on exhibit at the Boston Common August 12th – August 25th.