Law & Water Gallery features photographs by Earl Dotter of Gloucester’s waterfront and coastal New England.
An award-winning photojournalist, Dotter has spent his life documenting dangerous working conditions to raise awareness about occupational safety. Law & Water's collection includes photographs from Dotter's exhibit The Price of Fish - a chronicle of commercial fishing - one of the most perilous occupations.
Dotter 's most recent work is a powerful tribute to the injustice done to asbestos worker. Badges: A Memorial to Asbestos Workers is currently on exhibit at the Harvard Chan School of Public Health from October 26 – December 2, 2015. See There Are Different Ways of Knowing, a video montage of Dotter's photos produced for the Department of Work Environment at the University of Massachusetts in Lowell by Susan Steiner & Henry Ferrini
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