The Ann Arbor District Library is hosting an exhibit of photos from New York City from September 11 from August 21, 2006 through October 11, 2006:
This famous exhibit first appeared at the New York Historical Society in late 2001, and was then compiled into a companion book of photographs, entitled 'New York, September 11' (available at the Library). The two-month viewing of the exhibit at AADL marks the first time that the exhibit has been on public view since the New York Historical Society. The exhibit features the work of Magnum Photographers Chien-Chi Chang, Bruce Davidson, Raymond Depardon, Paul Fusco, Bruce Gilden, David Alan Harvey, Thomas Hoepker, Richard Kalvar, Josef Koudelka, Hiroji Kubota, Steve McCurry, Susan Meiselas, Gilles Peress, Eli Reed, Larry Towell, Alex Webb as well as seven film stills from Evan Fairbanks. Visitors to the exhibit at the Library will have a chance to record their thoughts and impressions in a visitor book which will be on site, available for all to see. AADL will offer several related events during the month of September.
Current Magazine (sorry no link) this month talks about how the AADL got this exhibit by being quick on the uptake to ask for it when the curators announced the traveling show.