NEW YORK, NY (AP).- Photographs of President Barack Obama's first year in the White House are being put on exhibit in New York City.
The nearly 80 photographs are all by Pete Souza, the chief official White House photographer. The show is at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
The show opens Friday and runs through April 18. Most of the images also appear on the White House Flickr page.
Running simultaneously is an exhibit of watercolors by Jerry Pinkney documenting events from Colonial times to the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
The two shows are being presented under the collective title "365 Days: 390 Years in the Making."
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