The social impact of COVID-19 has altered the way we interact with one another. As a result, E.A. Kahane responded to this changed landscape with a deep dive into her archive of parade photographs from around the world: classic celebrations of community togetherness.
The artist's unique perspective, captured from her 3rd floor window for the past two decades, of the iconic Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, allow the viewer to embrace, relive and reconnect with the unbridled joy one of our most famous parades. From the marching bands to the colossal balloons, and magnificent floats, E.A. Kahane reminds us of happier times, through her colorful and emotionally vibrant work.
This fall, E.A. Kahane presented a public photography exhibition titled, "We Need A Parade!" at the Historic Newport, RI, Town Spring Park. The outdoor installation, also printed by the artist, showcased 120 large-scale images taken of the 60th Anniversary from Newport’s 2016 St. Patrick's Day Parade. The installation, free to the public, presented an opportunity to enjoy the parade vicariously, safely, and outdoors in a park setting, bringing a broad smile to the community. For more information contact E.A. Kahane.