Ground Zero Museum Workshop
Marlon Suson’s candid photos of firefighters & rescue crews at Ground Zero in the aftermath of 9/11. Ground Zero Gallery was an art gallery formed in the East Village / Lower East Side of Manhattan, New York in the summer of 1983 as a vehicle for the partnership of artist James Romberger and his wife Marguerite Van Cook. In 1984 the prodigious gallery found its first physical home on East Eleventh Street and showed the work of many East Village artists who went on to gain national recognition. It was an early proponent of installation art. Ground Zero served as the production name for many projects in various media undertaken by the team of Van Cook and Romberger, until the September 11 attacks gave a new meaning to the term “ground zero” in New York City.