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Santa Fe - Monroe Gallery of Photography, 112 Don Gaspar, is pleased to announce "Those Who Dared", a major exhibition of compelling and provocative photographs depicting brave, courageous, intrepid, and audacious people and personalities that celebrates the human spirit of daring, drive, and determination to make a difference. The exhibition opens with a public reception on Friday, July 5, from 5 to 7; the exhibition will continue through September 22.

"Those Who Dared" explores the characterization of extraordinary people who have influenced the course of modern history. The more than 50 photographs in the exhibit depict major personalities, historical figures, and everyday people who, through words, actions, and endeavors have made a difference; explored our world; made life-changing scientific discoveries, and inspired us all. These people broke records, broke ground, blazed trails, and suffered trials, shattering ceilings of glass and even tougher stuff. While some are obvious and some obscure, all acted to increase our liberty, safety, prosperity, and imaginations, often enduring an agonizing cycle of hope, progress, and crushing setback.

THE Magazine Review: Those Who Dared at Monroe Gallery

Aung San Suu Kyi, Cambodia, 2003

Tomasz Tomaszewski/NGS -- President Vaclav Havel, Liberec, Czechoslovakia

Nelson Mandela, 1990

Cesar Chavez, California, 1974

Simon Wiesenthal revisiting Mauthausen Concentration Camp

Mother Teresa, India,1978

Gandhi with thread, India, 1946

Indira Gandhi, Canada 1956

Dorothy Day, founder of the Catholic Worker newspaper, picketing against the Atomic Bomb, New York, 1959

In the company of sculptor Jo Davidson and journalist Ernie Pyle, Helen Keller studies with her fingers the surfaces of Davidson's bust of Pyle, 1944

Simone de Beauvoir and Jean Paul Sartre, Paris, 1964

Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Vermont, 1982

Nobel Laureate Dr. James Watson, co-discoverer of the DNA molecule. He is seated in front of a drawing of the first graphic representation of the molecule, done by a laboratory assistant on the day of the discovery, Cold Spring Harbor, New York. 1986.

Charles O'Rear -- Apple computer co-founder Steve Jobs rides a motorcycle at age 27, California

©Paul Fusco/Magnum Photos Michael Rossmann, an organizer for the Free Speech Movement at UC Berkeley, Berkeley, California. 1964

A Pioneer Organizer Of The Office Workers' Union, Wall Street and Broad Street, NYC, 1936

An Occupy Wall Street demonstrator is arrested on Broadway and Wall Street on November 17, 2011

A lone man stops a column of tanks near Tiananmen Square, 1989 Beijing, China

Anti-Government Protest, Seoul, Korea 1994

Cairo, Egypt - February 4, 2011

Cairo, Egypt - February 1, 2011

Sanitation Workers assemble in front of Clayborn Temple for a solidarity march, Memphis, TN, March 28, 1968

Desegregation of Central High School by The "Little Rock Nine", Little Rock, 1956

Federal troops escorting African American students to school during integration, September, 1957

Rosa Parks, Selma March, 1965

1968 Olympics Black Power salute, by John Dominis Time Inc

Martin Luther King, Alabama, 1965

Brown Sisters Walk to School, Topeka, Kansas, 1953. Photograph by Carl Iwasaki

Richard and Mildred Loving, 1965

Freedom Riders Julia Aaron & David Dennis sitting on board interstate bus as they and 25 others are escorted by 2 National Guardsmen holding bayonets, on way from Montgomery, AL to Jackson, MS, May, 1961 - Photo by Paul Schutzer

"Kiss-In", Equal Rights March, Washington, DC, 1993

Gay Liberation, Hollywood, 1971

Women's Liberation March, Gloria Steinham, New York, 1970

Thomas Abercrombie -- Jacques Cousteau on the research ship Calypso

Royal Geographic Society -- Edmund Hillary and Tenzig Norgay on the way to the summit of Mount Everest

Royal Geographic Society -- Charles Lindbergh in crowds in England after his non-stop solo crossing of the Atlantic

Willard Culver -- Amelia Earhart and First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, 1935

Mikhail Gorbachev, Moscow

Winston Churchill, Liverpool, 1951

Anwar Sadat, 1978

The Kennedy campaign travels through the Watts section of Los Angeles on the last day before the primary, 1968

Martin Luther King Marching for Voting Rights with John Lewis, Reverend Jesse Douglas, James Forman and Ralph Abernathy, Selma, 1965

Martin Parr -- The artist, curator and architectural designer Ai Weiwei, Kassel. Documenta 12 Art Exhibition, 2007

Bob Dylan and Allen Ginsberg at Jack Kerouac's grave, Lowell, MA, 1975

Bob Gruen -- John Lennon, New York, 1974

Muhammad Ali

Jackie Robinson rounding Third base during World series against the Yankees, 1955

Jackie Robinson, March on Washington, 1963

Jonas Salk in his lab, 1963

John F. Kennedy, Houston, 1962

Apollo 11 lunar module ascent from surface of moon, 1969 by NASA

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