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"Dusk to Dawn" Photography by Steven E. Labkoff, MD at The Stamford Jewish Community Center’s “Gallery @ the J”

By Stamford Jewish Community Center

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Stamford, CT - The Stamford Jewish Community Center’s “Gallery @ the J” will feature a unique selection of “Dusk to Dawn” photography by Stamford’s award-winning photographer Dr. Steven E. Labkoff beginning in March and extending through April. Dr. Labkoff, who has built a photographic reputation of presenting the world in ways not seen every day, will present an installation of night-time photos, as the “Dusk to Dawn” name implies.

The exhibit premiers at The Stamford Jewish Community Center (JCC) on March 14 at the “Wine & Art” reception from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. Admission is free. The JCC is located at 1035 Newfield Avenue, Stamford CT 06905.

While this installation is focused on night-time photography, Dr. Labkoff’s full body of work includes a variety of approaches -- including night, time lapse, astro, aerial, and macro photography, to captures life from unexpected perspectives. Dr. Labkoff has been capturing life as it happens though his lens since the age of nine. Over his lifetime his work appeared in newspapers, books and websites. He has won numerous photography awards and competitions in the New York and New England area. In addition to the JCC, Dr. Labkoff will be an invited artist at Jerusalem’s Cinematheque from April 15-May 30, 2019.

The JCC introduced The Gallery @at the J a year ago to exhibit work of local Jewish artists. The exhibit space dominates the Center’s 1,200 square-foot entrance lobby. Exhibits in the Gallery rotate every two months.

Dr. Labkoff is the founder of where a wider assortment of his work can be viewed.

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