Support breast cancer patients with The Tutu Project

The online photo project celebrates its one year anniversary with a pop-up gallery.

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  • Photograph: Bob Carey

    The Tutu Project

  • Photograph: Bob Carey

    The Tutu Project

  • Photograph: Bob Carey

    The Tutu Project

  • Photograph: Bob Carey

    The Tutu Project

  • Photograph: Bob Carey

    The Tutu Project

  • Photograph: Bob Carey

    The Tutu Project

  • Photograph: Bob Carey

    The Tutu Project

  • Photograph: Bob Carey

    The Tutu Project

  • Photograph: Bob Carey

    The Tutu Project

  • Photograph: Bob Carey

    The Tutu Project

  • Photograph: Bob Carey

    The Tutu Project

  • Photograph: Bob Carey

    The Tutu Project

Photograph: Bob Carey

The Tutu Project

Photographer Bob Carey certainly stumbled onto a memorable image when he started shooting himself in different locations around the country wearing a pink tutu. Carey—who was inspired by his wife Linda's battle with breast cancer over the past nine years—celebrates the Tutu Project's one-year anniversary at the Lab NYC (122 W 26th St between Sixth and Seventh Aves, fifth floor) on May 3 and 4. Carey will be unveiling a new set of images at the show, where you'll be able to bid on prints and pick up a copy of Ballerina, the Book (also available at thetutuproject.com). Advance tickets are available for the launch party (Fri 3 6–9pm; $50; tickets) and gallery hours (Sat 4 10am–4pm; suggested donation $10; tickets). People interested in hearing more about Carey's photography can attend a lecture on Saturday, May 4 (1:30pm; $20; tickets). Proceeds raise funds for the Carey Foundation, which supports those affected by breast cancer.


Follow Andrew Frisicano on Twitter: @apfpower



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