Check it out! K. Cecchini’s article on Langstrasse: Zürich’s Red District is available now at Millennium Magazine . Download the magazine to see the full 10-page photo spread.
Category Archives: Published
Nigerian School Project on the Cover of Millennium Magazine
Featuring Dena Floryczk’s photography; Nigerian School Project article by Tonight at Dawn founder, Kimberly Cecchini, as published in the June 2014 issue of Millennium Magazine (listed on the cover). Read the article and see more photos! : https://tonightatdawn.com/2014/05/04/the-nigerian-school-project-going-full-circle/Stay tuned for the posting of Cecchini’s other article in the issue, “Pig & Prince: Restaurant & Gastro Lounge”.
The Nigerian School Project: Going Full Circle
Text by Kimberly Cecchini/Photography by Dena Florczyk To learn more about and support NSP at http://nigerianschoolproject.org and http://www.youcaring.com/other/books-for-tomarro/173201. Dena Florczyk educates students in two hemispheres. The middle school teacher in suburban Teaneck, New Jersey has aided numerous education programs and has had a school built in Nigeria. Her recent exhibition at the Stable Art Gallery in Ridgewood celebratedContinue reading “The Nigerian School Project: Going Full Circle”
From the Archives: Body of Work
Text and Photos by Kimberly Cecchini I make sculptures with the intentions of making people dance…so when they engage it, you have to walk around, you have to duck, you have to get low to take these different perspectives…so (viewing the piece) is a constant unfolding.” In Appositions, Williams does not directly grapple with socialContinue reading “From the Archives: Body of Work”
Hikari Express to Kyoto
For more of my photographs from Kyoto, please check out the October 2014 issue of Millennium Magazine. Text and Photos by Kimberly Cecchini There was something romantic about how the heavy rain beat down on the pavement and filled the intimate street with its cadence. Soaked and lost in Kyoto, I felt as though I hadContinue reading “Hikari Express to Kyoto”