By Don Nesbitt
Introduction by Robert Flischel
Don Nesbitt first started on this project with the shooting of the original black-and-white photographs in 1966. The initial public showing of the entire black-and-white grouping did not occur until 2004 and was displayed in Findlay Market’s own gallery space.
He revisited Findlay Market 42 years later, in 2008 to capture the similarities and changes time has brought to the landmark market.
The original show has traveled as a historical reference from the gallery spaces at Findlay Market and the Cincinnati Public Library to the Fitton Galleries in Hamilton, Ohio and the Harriet Beecher Stowe House in Walnut Hills.
Most recently, the show hung at The Gathering Gallery in Over-the-Rhine.
Don Nesbitt is a retired graphic designer and currently works as a freelance photographer for a variety of clients.